SHS FOOD PANTRY SERVES ALL STUDENTS

SHS FOOD PANTRY SERVES ALL STUDENTS

Sameeha Rashid, Reporter

Seminole’s food pantry is open to all students and anyone in the Seminole community. The purpose of this program is to assist local children and families in need and it is ...  Read More »

May 4, 2016 • 0 comments

SEMINOLE REMINISCES ON PAST AS 2016’s SENIORS LEAVE

SEMINOLE REMINISCES ON PAST AS 2016’s SENIORS LEAVE

Aida Lashinsky, Editor-in-Chief

In 1907, four ladies in long white dresses graduated as the first seniors of Sanford High, from a newly-built brick school now known as the Student Museum. Today, more th...  Read More »

May 2, 2016 • 0 comments

NEW PARKING LOT CURBS DEMAND FOR PARKING

NEW PARKING LOT CURBS DEMAND FOR PARKING

Mallika Dave, Reporter

Due to the increased need among students at Seminole High School for additional parking, a new parking lot has been opened up to students. The new lot has been named the ...  Read More »

April 25, 2016 • 1 comment

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Arts and Entertainment

PHOTO GALLERY: CINDERELLA

PHOTO GALLERY: CINDERELLA

The Seminole High School Theatre Company performed their long-awaited play, Cinderella, in a series of three performances from April 15- 17.         For...  Read More »

April 21, 2016 • 0 comments

Many adults are turning to coloring books when they need to de-stress.

ADULT COLORING BOOKS BRIGHTEN SHELVES

April 11, 2016

Coloring books aimed toward adults have recently spiked in popularity. These books serve much more than meets the eye, s...  Read More »

I.B. Students showcased their talent in the Beta Chi Talent Show.

PHOTO GALLERY: BETA CHI TALENT SHOW

March 15, 2016

Seminole's International Baccalaureate program hosted their 5th annual Beta Chi Talent Show last Friday, March 11, 2016.       For...  Read More »

Students and staff provided a variety of performances, centered around African American history.

PHOTO GALLERY: BLACK HISTORY SHOW

February 26, 2016

Last weekend, Seminole concluded the month of celebrating African American history with its annual Black History Show.           For...  Read More »

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Editorials

LANGUAGES NEED TO BE TAUGHT EARLIER

LANGUAGES NEED TO BE TAUGHT EARLIER

Sameeha Rashid, Reporter

Society influences students to learn a commonly spoken language and be content with that. Foreign languages are usually taught to students during their high school years,...  Read More »

May 3, 2016 • 0 comments

Girls and Boys Lacrosse may share the same sport, but they vary in playing style.

GENDER ROLES RUN RAMPANT ON LACROSSE FIELD

April 28, 2016

Although they may be under the same name, women’s and men’s lacrosse are two entirely different sports, to the extent...  Read More »

Religion education in schools is often tinted with a bias.

TEACHING THE PREACHINGS: RELIGIOUS MISREPRESENTATION PERSISTS

April 26, 2016

Religion is an important force that influences the world, frequently making headlines and impacting history. However, it...  Read More »

Teachers in Seminole county are being  “swept away” by the end of their contracts.

SEMINOLE COUNTY FORCES TEACHERS INTO RETIREMENT

April 21, 2016

It’s often assumed that teachers have the ‘easy’ job when it comes to school, but that’s not the case. Especially when t...  Read More »

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