THE SEMINOLE NEWSPAPER

GOOD JOBS LAST A LIFETIMES: TOP FIVE FUTURE JOB FIELDS

Keila Thomas, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2011


Filed under Student Life

A career that is chosen is supposed to last a lifetime, so it might as well be likable. Not only that, but it should be lucrative, stable, and stress free. With so many fields to go into, the following five jobs bellow have good salaries, require a degree, and are expected to increase in demand for the...

SEMINOLE SAYS GOODBYE TO BIOMETRIC SCANNERS AT LUNCH

Sam Brenner, Staff Reporter

September 12, 2011


Filed under Student Life

Biometric scanners, implemented at the beginning of last year for use in Seminole’s lunch lines, have been phased out after one year of service, and are no longer in use at SHS.  The scanners, which allowed students to quickly access their lunch-money accounts and pay for meals—with a literal touch...

SUMMER CHECKLIST: WHAT DID YOU GET DONE THIS SUMMER?

Travis Tanner

August 15, 2011


Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

• Take a drive...I mean, get your license...well, turn 16 • Go to the beach • Get a gym membership (using it is optional) • Get a tan (Note: Tan via computer screen glare is completely acceptable) • Learn to live without Facebook?? • Go to a concert • Hang out with friends • Change...

QUICK GUIDE: BEST-SELLERS FOR SHS BOOKWORMS!

Theresa Joseph

August 15, 2011


Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

Harry Potter series, by J.K. Rowling: Thought the movies were good? SHS will definitely be on Felix Felicis (Luck Potion) while reading these. Harry adventures Hogwarts with his friends, Ron and Hermione, while he ensues the battle against Lord Voldemort. Join the nationwide Post-Potter-Depression epidemic and dis...

DESTINATION, COLLEGE: TIPS FOR VISITS AND PLANS

Safeena Kassoo

August 15, 2011


Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

For rising juniors, college is closer than expected. For rising seniors, it’s practically waiting to jump out from behind the corner, either waiting to frighten or excite its future minions. Regardless, it is always helpful to get a head start on planning for college. There’s more to this winding...

TIPS TO FIND JOBS

Sam Brenner

August 15, 2011


Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

As this new school year begins and students begin to picture themselves one grade higher, the feeling that many need to gain more responsibilities and increase their independence becomes inescapable. There are no better ways to gain that sense of self-sufficiency than by finding work and starting a regular...

YUM: SUMMER RECIPES

Travis Tanner

August 15, 2011


Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

•For a fruit dip that goes great with pineapple, strawberries, or whatever you desire: mix together a package of softened cream cheese, and a jar of marshmallow crème with an electrical mixer for 5-6 minutes, or until it’s mixed thoroughly. •For a delicious Strawberry Angel Food Cake dessert:...

REPLENISH MR. PIGGY: WISE TIPS FOR SAVING $

Nakeisha Lyon

August 15, 2011


Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

After a summer filled with mowing acres of lawns, babysitting whining toddlers, and doing various odd jobs, many teenagers’ purses and wallets are empty by the start of the school year. Where did all that hard earned cash go? Spending sprees are the prime suspect in this case of the deprived student...

ALTERNATIVES TO PRICEY VACATIONS: ADVENTURES IN FLORIDA

Anisha Nazrul

August 15, 2011


Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

Florida is known to be as one of the top tourism states. And one of the main reasons for this may be due to the fact that we have Disney World here. There are only two Disney attraction locations in the US: Florida and California. These theme parks are mainly designed for little kids. For teenagers,...