The Roar

Seniors opt out of Solo and Ensemble

February 7, 2019

Putting down her flute, senior Piper Honaker sighed as she realized the inevitable. Despite practicing for hours this month, she knew she would have to call her accompanist and cancel her rehearsals. She would not be attending...

Central Brevard Art Association Art Show and Sale

February 6, 2019

Central Brevard Art Association and Sale is taking place Friday through Sunday at the Cape Canaveral Public Library. "Art is something I feel is important to look at once in awhile." Sophomore Tyler Jack said. "It allows different...

Potter Club returns to action

matthew corrigan, journalism 1

January 28, 2019

The Harry Potter Club is ready to resume its meetings on Mondays in Room 4-101, watching the movies, discussing topics of characters and other aspects of the wizarding world of Harry Potter. “The students are extremely excited...

After-school speeders causes neighborhood worries

Leighton Johnson, Staff writer

January 17, 2019

More than 9,500 teens have died from speeding-related accidents, according to a study from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. And similar harm could come to someone you know. After the final bell rings, students have been see...

Gen Z’s struggle with stress derives from myriad sources

Emily Lovelock, Staff writer

January 17, 2019

In its annual Stress in America™ survey, the American Phycology Association found that Generation Z respondents reported the highest average stress levels of all generations surveyed. This is the APA’s 12th annual survey on str...

Meme culture’s impact skews perceptions

January 17, 2019

There is a war going on in our hands every day. The fight seeps into our brains as we scan through material we may believe to be true, and this culture brawl is just reaching the front. Right there with the rest of the army, ...

Staff and students cite their biggest concerns

Valery Linkenhoker, Managing Editor

January 17, 2019

From dirty water fountains and animals in the ceiling to vaping and stress, students and staff are expressing their concerns about life on campus. Seventh-grader Iona Peters said the biggest problem is people cutting in the lunch ...

Potter Club celebrates Christmas

December 19, 2018

“If you want to know what a man’s like, take a good look at how he treats his inferiors, not his equals.” Sirius Black said that in Harry Potter’s Goblet of Fire. The guideline for assessing character pops up through out the Harry Potter series.&n...

Annual tree-lighting brightens up Indialantic

December 11, 2018

The Christmas Tree lighting at Nance Park in Indialantic took place Thursday. The tree lighting is an annual event that is supported by the beachside businesses and volunteer efforts. “I’ve been coming to this event for 10 y...

Advanced musicians support rookies

December 7, 2018

Butterflies fluttered in the stomachs of beginning band students as they began to play their opening song at the first concert of the year recently. The anxious feelings faded away, however, as they finished their...

Three seniors earn maximum score of 36 on ACT exam

Justin Ho, Staff writer

December 4, 2018

Usually, taking one of the most important standardized tests of your high school career while sick with a 101-degree fever is a recipe for disaster, but for senior Maggie Dercole it turned out quite the opposite as she, along...

Potter Club members attend new film’s premiere

Matthew Corrigan

December 3, 2018

The long wait and anticipation is finally over.  “Fantastic Beast: The Crimes of Grindelwald” has been released and a few members of Maggie Molledo’s Harry Potter Club met last Friday night at Cinema World to ...

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