Category: FEATURE

Eagle Regiment competes in Bands of America competition

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas Eagle Regiment Marching Band traveled to Atlanta, Georgia on Saturday, Nov. 12. to compete in the Bands of America Southeast Super Regional competition. This competition is for marching bands who sign up on a first-come, first-served basis, that are located in the Southeast United States. The event occurs annually at the Georgia Dome and the three highest-scoring […]

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Literary magazine spreads creativity

The school literary magazine, Artifex, is a student run club that makes a yearly issue featuring art and writing pieces from students here at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Anyone, can submit a form of art, writing piece or both. Club members will then decide which art and writing piece go well together to create the magazine. Melissa Falkowski, adviser […]

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HOSA Club Profile

HOSA Club Profile

HOSA, which stands for Health Occupations Students of America, is a club centered around science medicine and aims to ingrain leadership skills into students interested in Health Science Education. Both club president Jordan Frengut and vice president Raychel Edeslsberg hope to have a successful year, as well as bring awareness to the club. “It is my third year participating as […]

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Students dive into DECA

Students dive into DECA

DECA is an organization that is divided into four categories including business management, finance, marketing hospitality and tourism. This class/club prepares emerging leaders for their future professions. The program improves professional skills by providing experience with Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Quickbooks. DECA also teaches students about the stock market and how to invest in companies. Sophomore Jessica Rosenstack, is a […]

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Club members promoting Best Buddies

Best Buddies club creates inclusive environment

Best Buddies club provides a unique service opportunity that gives students the chance to create one-on-one relationships with other students living with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). It is an international nonprofit organization that is devoted to building inclusion, integrated employment and leadership development for people with IDD. “The goal of our club this year is to spread the message of […]

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Save What’s Left ready to recycle

Save What’s Left ready to recycle

Stoneman Douglas’ Save What’s Left club is prepared to help out our school with recycling and environmental projects. This year, the club wishes to receive more recognition and be more active with their incoming members. They are electing new officers to be on the staff, and are planning to incorporate new and old activities into their club routine. Co-Presidents Dyane […]

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Encouraging Education Careers at Douglas

Encouraging Education Careers at Douglas

Florida Future Educators of America (FFEA), maintains goals to build positive relationships while serving the school and community, as well as to prepare and encourage students that are interested in a career in education. “We do crafts, go to rallies, go to states in Orlando and have regional conventions,” FFEA President Jenna Boatright said. FFEA is one of the smaller […]

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School Spirit Shines at Underclassman Pep Rally

School Spirit Shines at Underclassman Pep Rally

Yesterday Sept. 16 2016 during sixth period, underclassman filed into the gym for the annual pep rally. The Freshman and Sophomore classes cheered as D.J. Franky Pete from Hits 97.3  and other administrators introduced entertaining performances and the school’s sports teams. After Pete introduced himself, and JROTC presented the nations flag, the rally began with the introduction of the school’s state […]

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NEW Alpha Theta finds new sponsor

NEW Alpha Theta finds new sponsor

Mu Alpha Theta is more than just an honor society or another club that a person can put on his or her resumé. Mu Alpha Theta has made large strides towards encouraging students to learn and embrace math. The honor society has sent passionate students to competitions alongside teams from hundreds of schools across the state of Florida and the […]

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Senior Zack Kaufman poses with two of his former teachers before the ceremony begins.

Eagles leave the nest

High school graduation is a culmination of the hard yet rewarding work that students put into their last four years before college. Marjory Stoneman Douglas’ graduation took place on June 6, at Nova Southeastern University. The ceremony began with the four faculty marshals, Donna Amelkin, Jeff Foster, Katherine Gilliam, and Stacy Lippel leading the graduates into the room and guiding […]

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