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Spanish Honor Society gears up for Fiesta

December 9, 2019

The Spanish Honor Society plans to hold an International Fiesta on campus next semester to celebrate the cultures of the languages learned. Students participating in the club will be picking a country that speaks the language...

Research project due date looms

December 9, 2019

Science Research classes, led by instructor Magdalena Molledo, are in a rush to get finished with their experiments before Winter Break. Because the due date is immediately after student return on Jan. 8, many students plan to...

Melbourne Christmas parade set for Saturday

December 9, 2019

The Melbourne Light Christmas Parade will be held Saturday. The parade is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. at 1300 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, travel to Hibiscus Boulevard and then head west to conclude on Gateway Drive. “The...

Roar staff nears December print deadline

December 3, 2019

The news magazine staff has been working on the December issue which is scheduled to come out before mid-terms. “It is challenging keeping up with deadlines,”  Editor in Chief Rosellen Rodriguez,(12) said. “Leighto...

Great white shark off Brevard County

November 22, 2019

The 12-foot great white shark named Sydney has been pinged offshore near the Space Coast. The shark was spotted on Canaveral National Seashore at 11:25 a.m. on Nov. 13, two months after the 12-foot, 2-inch-long great white shark w...

Guidance hopes students reflect through reflection

November 16, 2019

The guidance department recently has “upped its bulletin board game,”decorating the board outside its offices with tiny mirrors with the words “Meet the person responsible for your actions, ...attitude...grades...words”...

Turkey giveaway set for Nov. 23

November 16, 2019

Alpizar Law will be holding a Thanksgiving turkey giveaway on Nov. 23 from 10:30 a.m at the Alpizer Law office on 1528 Palm Bay Road. “This event can connect people of different incomes.” Isabel Miles (9) said. “It helps...

Physics begins drone for competition

November 15, 2019

Joseph Estevez's physics club plans to participate in the Innovation Games, a competition for racing aquatic drones. The club will start thinking of main ideas for the construction and build of the drone at their next meeting,...

Yearbook staff grows in size

November 14, 2019

Along with the new yearbook adviser, there was another change to the yearbook team this year. There was a large increase in the number of team members compared to last year, and the extra people have helped the teams focus more...

Border wall in jeopardy

November 14, 2019

A recent government report shows smugglers have been able to cut through the border wall separating the United States from Mexico. The border wall, which President Donald Trump has claimed to be impenetrable, was perforated...

New teacher ignites chemistry classes

November 14, 2019

Dawn Gregor is heating up the climate on campus, teaching Chemistry Honors and AP Chemistry after holding a similar position at American Heritage School in Plantation for 21 years. "Adapting to the West Shore environment is...

Facebook takes heat for political ads

October 28, 2019

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren has recently criticized Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for his decision to not ban political ads by claiming that "it would help Trump win." This criticism comes a week...

Zelaya smashes competition at video game fund-raiser

October 28, 2019

Carlos Zelaya (11) took home the $50 first prize in Tuesday’s smash bros tournament held after school in the auditorium as the Junior Class officers continues it journey in raising as much money as they can for Prom. Class officers...

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