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Match-O-Matics proves successful for Junior Class

Chris Johnson, Staff Writer

February 19, 2019

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With the passing of Valentine's Day, the Junior Class recently completed it’s annual “Match-o-Matics” fund-raiser to help offset the cost of Prom tickets. After filling out a questionnaire, students could purchase their ...

UF plans to send out fewer acceptance notices

February 7, 2019

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The University of Florida has announced it will not accept as many students this year because last year's enrollment exceeded expectations.  “This year’s class has been even more competitive than previous years, par...

Math materials under review until Feb. 21

February 3, 2019

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Ever complained about a math book? If so, you now have a chance to provide some input for the next textbook adoption. From now until Feb. 21, parents, students and teachers will be able to review the newly recommended math mate...

SRO evaluates increased campus security

January 29, 2019

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Last summer, Brevard Public Schools ramped up campus security by requiring visitors to be badged or buzzed out of the front office in order to gain access to the campus. And while district security will soon conduct an official e...

Horst to transition from chemistry to guidance

January 28, 2019

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After eight years of teaching chemistry, Carolyn Horst plans on becoming the new guidance counselor, replacing Jennifer Ghizz, who resigned in October. But because the school has not been able to find a suitable chemistry teach...

Juniors to host Spirit Night at Chipotle

Scott Quigley

December 7, 2018

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The Junior Class will play host to a West Shore spirit night at Chipotle on New Haven on Monday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. in order to raise money for Prom and other events. This is not the first Prom fund-raiser done by the Junior...

Yearbook staff eyes Winter Break deadline

December 7, 2018

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Despite having to meet two deadlines in the past four weeks and sending 96 pages to their yearbook company, the yearbook staff aims to send 23 to 24 spreads to their company by Winter Break. “The [deadline] coming up, I can’t exact...

Harris field trip enlightens freshmen

December 3, 2018

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In an opportunity to learn more about careers in STEM-related fields, the freshman class went on a field trip to Harris Corporation last week. Career Research teacher Heather da Silva organized this visit to Harris in order to he...

Lunch trash leaves blemish on campus

December 3, 2018

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Trash is being left by students who eat outside during Power Hour, and the administration is asking for students to pick up after themselves. “[Students should be] a little bit more mindful of their surroundings,” Assista...

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