THE SEMINOLE NEWSPAPER

As Seminole end their game with a win, the crowd greets them at the fence for celebration.

SEMINOLE BOYS VARSITY SOCCER DEFEATS LAKE MARY ONCE AGAIN!

Izabella Aquino December 2, 2021

Seminole defeats the Lake Mary Rams once again this year in another sport: soccer. The Seminole Boys Soccer Varsity team, with a win of 1-0, gains another win for Seminole this 2021-2022 season.  The...

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Isabel Gomez November 17, 2021

There are so many volunteering opportunities that students can find that will help our community. Many students are already required to participate in numerous volunteer opportunities and get them signed....

CLUE: SNEAK PEEK BEHIND THE SCENES

Phoebe Sousa November 15, 2021

It's a dark and stormy night, and you've been invited to an intriguing dinner party. Join the infamous oddballs Scarlet, Plum, White, Green, Peacock, and Mustard as they strive to locate the criminal before...

MRS. WALKER WALKS AWAY

MRS. WALKER WALKS AWAY

Kaliah Richardson, Reporter November 10, 2021

The resignation rate for teachers has increased dramatically over the past few years. There are too many teachers who are exhausted and overworked. Moreover, the amount of stress that they have to deal...

PINKTOBER AT SEMINOLE

Ava Flaute, Reporter November 10, 2021

Seminole High School’s pink out themed football game and tailgate was an amazing way to end our very successful football season and a great way to bring awareness to the month of breast cancer. The pink...

Referee calls touchdown for Seminole

TRIUMPH FOR NOLES

Mahalla Hynes, Editor-in-Chief November 5, 2021

The game began with a traditional Florida torrential downpour. The stands jumped up in surprise, running for cover under the stands and against buildings, but the game went on because football does not...

Students at Seminole High School are wrapping up the mental health nearpods mandated by the state of Florida. It is important to bring awareness to mental health, and there are numerous resources students can go to for help!

Mental Health support

Isabel Gomez, Reporter October 24, 2021

Mental health illnesses are serious problems that are affecting today’s world, specifically today’s youth. Mental health illnesses like depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, obsessive-compulsive...

MR. AND MS. SHS

Mahalla Hynes, Editor-in-Chief October 24, 2021

Mr. and Ms. SHS is not a pageant and has nothing to do with beauty despite what the title may make you think. It is a talent competition that takes place at the end of the year for juniors, so you will...

TEACHER OF THE YEAR

Mahalla Hynes, Editor-in-Chief October 24, 2021

Mrs. Kay Williamson, the student services director and guidance counselor for standard students with last names Lo-Ri. There has been some confusion about why she was named teacher of the year because...

Scoreboard after an amazing homecoming game.

Homecoming Game Victory

Mahalla Hynes, Editor-in-Chief October 23, 2021

Last night at Seminole a heated football game took place, where Seminole conquered Lake Mary at the highly anticipated game. Everyone was so excited for this game, and they filled the stands to watch it...

OUTDATED FLORIDA STANDARDS REMOVED

Kaliah Richardson, Reporter October 8, 2021

This year our governor, Ron DeSantis has announced that he plans on completely getting rid of the statewide standardized test known as the FSA (Florida Standard Assessment).    During a conference...

From parents dropping their kid/kids off to students driving to school, bad traffic can be frustrating and can even delay students’ arrival to school. Early birds seem to avoid all of the school traffic in the morning, so it is suggested that parents and/or students leave for school earlier than anticipated!

TRAFFIC TROUBLE AT SHS

Ava Flaute, Reporter October 4, 2021

Since the first day of school, we have seen a major increase in traffic and parking problems all throughout the entrances of the school and each school parking lot. This problem has made many students...

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