THE SEMINOLE NEWSPAPER

SHS Food Drive

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December 1, 2020

In cooperation with Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC), Health Academy, and SHS Leadership, SHS hosted a food drive from the dates November...

Students’ Plans for Thanksgiving Break

Many students have plans for Thanksgiving break. Some are staying home and seeing close by family, while others flock to their hometowns to see extended family and friends
November 20, 2020

As Thanksgiving break rolls around the corner, students at Seminole High School will get their first break of the school year. The days off before this break was canceled due to the school year starting...

Corona and College: How Seniors Are Preparing

The common application portal is a common stressor for seniors as college application season begins.
November 19, 2020

Seniors of the class of 2021 have almost reached the halfway mark through their school year as semester two approaches. With that, a lot of seniors have suffered the loss of school dances, homecoming week,...

Volunteering Opportunities at SHS Clubs

Many students at SHS (Seminole High School) have expressed interest to help out their communities. There is so many clubs that are doing good for our communities and they are even doing virtual meetings!
November 16, 2020

Volunteering creates a substantial impact worldwide as it improves the social associations, connects workers, and assembles a firm and secure neighborhood. Volunteering is not just an act of making a difference...

ASA Movie Night

Despite the pandemic’s effects on school clubs, the Asian Student Association at Seminole High School came up with a way to host a spooky Halloween movie night. Using Netflix Party along with Webex, they were able to have a safe and successful movie night.
November 10, 2020

Seminole High School’s Asian Student Association (ASA) is a club made to celebrate various cultures in Asia including the north, south, east, and west. Allowing peers to represent and learn more about...

Semester 2 Learning Options: Seminole Connect VS. Face to Face

This upcoming semester Seminole High School is offering a multitude of options for students. One is Seminole connect, which allows students to live stream their classes and interact with their teachers all from home.
November 9, 2020

As students advance into the second semester, they face the precarious decision of choosing from the learning options: Seminole Connect, Face to Face, and Hybrid. Before finalizing one learning option,...

MENTAL HEALTH DURING COVID-19

The Covid-19 outbreak brought upon lots of stress throughout the world, now with school starting back up, it is creating a lot more while kids are trying to adjust to school and stay healthy. Some small tips and tricks you can do to guide you when finding yourself in an anxious or bad state of mind are presented in the picture above.
October 6, 2020

“Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.” — Winston Churchill   Adolescents are in a vulnerable position as they are experiencing cognitive development that increases...

COVID & CLUBS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Although most students are staying home, those who choose to come to school have the opportunity to participate face to face for clubs. The Technology Student Association has many students participating in class and online.
September 16, 2020

As the dust settles around this new school year, some students are working on establishing their own clubs at Seminole High School (SHS). Since many students are staying at home and working through Seminole...

Precautions taken at Seminole High School

Seminole High School has been taking many precautions to ensure that students on campus are safe. One is students must be seated 6-feet apart during class time  with plexiglass screens surrounding the desks and tables must be sanitized after every class. Photo credit: New York TImes
September 8, 2020

To open schools in the midst of a global pandemic required the tireless effort of many teachers. At the start of the school year, guidance counselors were thrown into a frenzy sorting out the schedules...

NO BLOCK SCHEDULE

This picture shows the 2019-2020 school years bell schedule. But, next year Seminole High School has changed it to all seven classes and no more block days.
May 12, 2020

With the 2019-2020 school year coming to an end, many changes are expected to come. Among these changes, unexpectedly, is a new schedule. For the 2020-2021 school year, the administration has decided to...

SENIOR TRIBUTE 2020

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May 7, 2020

As our time at SHS comes to a close, the Seniors of The Seminole wanted to reflect back on memories we have made and advice we hope to impart on future Noles. From pep-rallies to football games, late-night...

APRIL SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS MONTH

As of 2000, the blue ribbon represents sexual assault awareness in the United States. Photo credit to https://www.efr.org/sexual-assault-awareness-month/ .
April 23, 2020

The month of April honors sexual assault awareness, encouraging communities to show support to the millions of unheard voices and survivors of sexual assault. Sexual assault is defined as the violence...

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