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Guidelines for the class of 2020

Guidelines for the class of 2020

Amberly Kimbrel, Staff Reporter

May 3, 2019


Filed under STUDENTS, VIEWPOINTS

As the class of 2019 end their journey through high school, they leave a list of guidelines and tips for the class of 2020.  This will be your busiest year, so be ready. Be prepared to work hard and stay focused and: Get involved, whether it is  through clubs,  sports,  school trips, etc. Ge...

A guide for the class of 2020

A guide for the class of 2020

Mackenzie Rosa, Staff Reporter

April 30, 2019


Filed under ACADEMIA, VIEWPOINTS

Being a senior is a big deal for high school students. It is the light at the end of the road and the final stretch for everyone's high school careers, but there are some things that no one will tell you about senior year. Here are some tips for all upcoming seniors. Take the SAT/ACT early in the school year...

Advice from a senior to upcoming seniors

Advice from a senior to upcoming seniors

Grace Faucheux, Staff Reporter

April 24, 2019


Filed under FEATURES, VIEWPOINTS

High school happens so fast. Four years really do fly by. One day, a student is 15 and entering the doors of a high school for the first time, and then the next, they are walking out at 18 with their cap and gown. Senior year is such a bittersweet year. It is a year that students have to make some big ...

What’s to come for seniors after graduation

What’s to come for seniors after graduation

Emily Weiss, Staff Reporter

April 17, 2019


Filed under STUDENTS, VIEWPOINTS

Graduation is one of the most anticipated events in high school. Some apply for colleges early and start a plan for after graduation. Others have no idea what they want to do, or if they even want to go to college. Moving into a dorm and touring campus is amazing. Finding out what clubs there are...

Spring Break: Do’s and Don’ts

Spring Break: Do’s and Don’ts

Amberly Kimbrel, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2019


Filed under VIEWPOINTS

Spring break is known as a week's vacation for students in the spring. This break is used typically for students to go places such as the beach, the mountains, or other places among the country and world. Students look forward to this annual break year around, and now that it is approaching, here are s...

Is Life 360 Too Controlling?

Is Life 360 Too Controlling?

Chloe Jolley, Staff Reporter

March 18, 2019


Filed under Showcase, social life, STUDENTS, VIEWPOINTS

These days technology runs everything and most people can not live without it. Some people use it for social media and some use it for a business, but now many parents are using an app called Life360 where they can track their kids and even see how fast they are driving. Some students feel as if this is a...

Top 10 Spring Break destinations

Top 10 Spring Break destinations

Emily Weiss, Staff Reporter

March 15, 2019


Filed under Showcase, STUDENTS, VIEWPOINTS

Spring break is always the most anticipated holiday after Christmas break. Students enjoy getting a week off of school and heading to the beach with friends. Some do not know exactly where they want to go. Listed below are the top 10 most popular Spring Break destinations, and why they are so popular. Panama City Be...

The truth about being the child of an educator

The truth about being the child of an educator

Georgia Miller, Staff Reporter

March 14, 2019


Filed under VIEWPOINTS

My name is Georgia Miller and both of my parents work in education. One of them works in the Lee County School System and the other works in the Dougherty County School System. I have been an educator’s kid forever and even my dad was an educator’s kid; both of his parents were teachers. This art...

Christmas Craze

Christmas Craze

Amber Greenhill, Staff Reporter

December 12, 2018


Filed under Showcase, STUDENTS, VIEWPOINTS

As soon as Thanksgiving is over, everything Christmas is soon brought out, and everyone is in the Christmas spirit. But is there a such thing as too much Christmas? In my family, there is no such thing as too much Christmas.  Each year, we put up at least five Christmas trees. My mom tries to ...

Driven Dreams Crash

Driven Dreams Crash

Jabahri Asbury, Reporter

December 7, 2018


Filed under FOOTBALL, Showcase, VIEWPOINTS

After a great season of football being state champions my eleventh-grade year, shadowing and learning from the great seniors I played with, I knew next year was my time to shine. My name is Jabahri Asbury, and this my story. I've played football since I was little, I would say it was my first lo...

New Years Resolution: Fail or Succeed

New Years Resolution: Fail or Succeed

Carlin Garey, Shorts Editor

December 1, 2018


Filed under VIEWPOINTS

However, people do not make resolutions because they are aware that they will not stay true to it or are aware they are going to fail. Regardless if people make a resolution or not, whether people want to stay true to their resolution. Dan Diamond (Forbes) said that “more than 40% of people make...

The Effects of Mono on a High School Senior

The Effects of Mono on a High School Senior

Lindsey Ethridge, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2018


Filed under Showcase, VIEWPOINTS

Mononucleosis is an illness often referred to as the “Kissing Disease”. The most common ways of spread mono is through sharing utensils or drinks. This year, my senior year, I was unlucky enough to develop mono. I was diagnosed the day that school was supposed to start back from Hurricane Michael...

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