THE SEMINOLE NEWSPAPER

#THROWBACK: THE HISTORY OF PRIDE OF THE TRIBE

#THROWBACK: THE HISTORY OF PRIDE OF THE TRIBE

Kruthi Munugeti, Reporter

November 30, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

Seminole High School's Pride of the Tribe includes the band members, cheerleaders, and Dazzlers who bring the football games to life. Although they keep it very modern, the Pride of the Tribe has a rich and storied history that goes back for to the previous century.  1961 To go back to the very inception of the school band...

GOLF TEAM SCORES DISTRICT RECOGNITION

GOLF TEAM SCORES DISTRICT RECOGNITION

Gwyneth Katker, Photographer

November 29, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

This competition season, the Lady Noles golfers put their best foot forward. Their dream team--Nicole Wilkes, Cameron Spellman, Ifaseeyen Oyewale, Morgan Peschong, and Kayla Smith--worked together to earn the prestigious title of District Runners-Up, maintaining their three-year streak.   This success follows wee...

LADY NOLES VOLLEYBALL TEAM DOMINATES AT DISTRICTS

LADY NOLES VOLLEYBALL TEAM DOMINATES AT DISTRICTS

Kenedy Musante

November 8, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Another girls' volleyball season has ended here at SHS, leaving another legacy of excellence. The renowned SHS Varsity team made it to the Districts competition this year, aided by four seniors: Mary Frabizio, Linnea Begar, Burgundy Walters, and Danelle Branch. Although they will be leaving SHS soon, th...

SEMINOLE MOURNS LOSS OF BELOVED “COACH RAY”

SEMINOLE MOURNS LOSS OF BELOVED “COACH RAY”

Malavika Kannan, Editor-in-Chief

November 6, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Seminole High School is mourning the loss of beloved football coach Raymond Caraballo. Affectionately known as Coach Ray, the 29-year-old linebacker coach was a cornerstone of the SHS athletic community. Caraballo passed away in a construction accident last Friday, just hours before the Senior Night fo...

POWWOW: IS SOCIAL MEDIA HELPING OR HARMING OUR GENERATION?

POWWOW: IS SOCIAL MEDIA HELPING OR HARMING OUR GENERATION?

Samantha Flaute and Suhaib Hasan

November 2, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Top Stories

In this issue of  "POWWOW"--The Seminole Newspaper's debate forum--reporters Samantha Flaute and Suhaib Hasan discuss the merits of social media. "Social Media Develops a False Sense of Reality" For many high schoolers, social media is a major part of life, taking up much of her free time. With it...

MEET MIGUEL GARZON, THE SENIOR ETCHING HIS NAME INTO SHS LEGACY

MEET MIGUEL GARZON, THE SENIOR ETCHING HIS NAME INTO SHS LEGACY

Michelle Arshad, Reporter

November 1, 2018


Filed under Spotlight, Top Stories

From the bright lights of the theater stage to the meaningful lessons of Inspire Club, Seminole High School is buzzing with one name: Miguel Garzon. The college-bound senior has been a determined, positive force of energy in SHS, organizing numerous community projects eto build his lasting legacy. ...

THE STUDENT’S GUIDE TO VOTING IN THE 2018 ELECTIONS

THE STUDENT’S GUIDE TO VOTING IN THE 2018 ELECTIONS

Andrea Rivera-Maldonado, Photographer

October 30, 2018


Filed under Current Events, Top Stories

As we approach November, households across Florida are being bombarded with flyers, TV and radio ads about the various candidates and the issues they care about. It can be a lot to process, which is why The Seminole compiled a quick reference guide summarizing who is running, which party they represe...

FRESH START IN THE ARTS

FRESH START IN THE ARTS

Laila Rahbari, Editor

October 25, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

When the curtains closed on last year’s teachers, the Seminole High School arts community said goodbye to Mrs. Tiffany Ortiz and Ms. Dalys Parkhurst. This year, the Theatre and Chorus departments include two new faces: Ms. Rebecca Curran and Ms. Jaime Poss. As alumni from Harvard University and SHS,...

REVIEW: “THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST” AT SHS

REVIEW: “THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST” AT SHS

Serra Sowers, Photography Manager

October 21, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

The lights come up, and a well-dressed maid walks on stage, fixing plates in an elaborate tea setting with an off-tune piano playing in the background. The opening of The Importance of Being Earnest, the Seminole High School Theatre Company’s latest production, is enough to engage the audience and ...

NEW TRAFFIC PATTERN TO BE IMPLEMENTED MONDAY

NEW TRAFFIC PATTERN TO BE IMPLEMENTED MONDAY

Malavika Kannan, Zyva Sheikh, and Serra Sowers

October 19, 2018


Filed under Current Events, Top Stories

Due to the Ninth Grade Center (NGC), more students are riding buses than ever before.  In order to alleviate problems caused by the NGC, Seminole High School has implemented a new traffic pattern. This pattern, to be implemented on Oct. 22, will change the location of the bus route loop and elimina...

SWIM TEAM TAPERS AND SHAVES TOWARDS VICTORY

SWIM TEAM TAPERS AND SHAVES TOWARDS VICTORY

Izma Shakil, Photographer

October 19, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Seminole High School’s swim team is widely renowned as one of the best in the district. To maintain this title and stay on top, swimmers prepare for many meets and competitions.  “Some like to get ‘in the zone’ and stay calm, but some of us like to get pumped, listen to some music, sing, d...

SPOOKY SEASON TAKES ORLANDO

SPOOKY SEASON TAKES ORLANDO

Kenedy Musante, Reporter

October 18, 2018


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

During the fall, Halloween Horror Nights and Petrified Forest are popular attractions that many Floridians enjoy. Halloween Horror Nights, hosted at Universal Studios in Orlando, has themed haunted houses and scare zones that guests can venture through. Petrified Forest, another Halloween-inspired attr...