The Roar

  • Peterson looks forward to life’s next chapter
  • Glass prepares to teach in ‘Show Me’ state
  • Turtle nesting season means ‘lights out’
  • Track team eyes regional races
  • Interns bring new perspectives to campus
  • Peterson looks forward to life’s next chapter

    Peterson looks forward to life’s next chapter

    Alyssa Dumbra

    August 13, 2018

    After teaching for 13 years at West Shore, Jim Peterson retired during the summer, and now begins a new chapter of adventure in his life. "There is a variety of reasons [that made me want to retire], the main one is that I have been teaching for 13 years at West Shore, and that's the longest I have...

  • Glass prepares to teach in ‘Show Me’ state

    Glass prepares to teach in ‘Show Me’ state

    Rosellen Rodriguez

    August 13, 2018

    Despite making an appearance at registration last week, language arts teacher Carrie Glass did not return to her classroom when school opened Friday  because she will soon move to Kansas City, Mo. She has lived in Florida for her whole life, being raised in Orlando, and wants to return to the city...

  • Turtle nesting season means ‘lights out’

    Turtle nesting season means ‘lights out’

    August 11, 2018

    With sea turtle nesting season in full swing, beachside residents are once again subject to the local ordinances such as the "lights out" policy which limits the usage and placement of indoor and outdoor lights visible from the beach, so as not to disturb any of the turtles. "My family and I love...

    Sea turtles have begun hatching along Brevard County’s beaches.

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  • Track team eyes regional races

    Track team eyes regional races

    April 23, 2018

    Some members of the Wildcat Track Team will be attending regionals at South fork High School on Thursday because they qualified this past Friday at districts. The players first have to qualify in districts, then to regionals, and then finally states. For some this is a first-time experience. “I...

    Senior Jared Hayes holds off competition during a recent track meet.

    Courtesy Jared Hayes

  • Interns bring new perspectives to campus

    Interns bring new perspectives to campus

    Auston Gonzalez, Staff Writer

    April 19, 2018

    As the number of aspiring teachers continues to decline, the purpose and motivation of joining a high school teaching staff may become questionable. However, new math intern Trevor Smith has no questions regarding his career aspirations. As an assistant to geometry teacher Donald Gornto, he hopes t...

    Florida Tech student Trevor Smith teaches a concept in Don Gornto’s geometry class.

    Ahjaney Friar

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