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Under the Careers tab on the BCPS website, multiple tabs advertising positions in BCPS that need more employees are shown on the landing page. Employment rates are extremely low throughout BCPS after the effects of COVID-19 which has increased advertisements of available positions.
Broward County Public Schools seek applicants as a result of the nationwide worker shortage
October 7, 2022

Amid a nation-wide worker shortage, many businesses, companies and employers are struggling to seek applicants to fill these open jobs. Not only are companies struggling but schools are struggling to run efficiently. Broward County Public Schools is actively recruiting teachers, media specialists, special education teachers, counselors, substitute teachers and other applicants due to the lack of workers. To make the application open to a variety of individuals, BCPS has made them available for...

MSD seniors often seek out BRACE Advisor Randy Congdon for any college-related questions and concerns during lunch and study hall. Senior Anabelle Niddam talks to Congdon about applying to state schools before the deadline.
Seniors convey their concerns regarding the college admissions process
October 7, 2022

Eyes flicker left and right across the personal statement portion of the Common App application, retracing the unique story written within the rectangular space. Hands fly over the keyboard of a computer, answering the supplements of each college selected on their portal. Across the nation, the graduating Class of 2023 has embarked on their college admissions processes to meet state early and regular decision deadlines. For individuals with older siblings, the stressful process may be familiar;...

Chloe Bailey, Halle Bailey are Chloe X Halle perform during the 61st Grammy Awards at Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019. (Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
New The Little Mermaid trailer is surrounded by controversey
October 7, 2022

Walt Disney Studios released the live action movie The Little Mermaid trailer on Sept. 9, 2022. While the animated film came out 33 years ago, in 1989, the live action film will be released on May 26, 2023. The movie stars actress Halle Bailey, a Grammy nominated singer and actress, has been cast as...

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[Brief] BCPS board plans to re-discuss boundaries for MSD
September 30, 2022
[Brief] MSD students participate in Kefford’s Kitchen for the 2022-23 school year
September 27, 2022
[Brief] BCPS closes school due to approaching Hurricane Ian
September 27, 2022
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Junior Collin Oliphant lines up to bowl a strike to end up with his personal record of 212. He was the highest scoring bowler for MSD on Tuesday.
MSD men’s bowling team prevails against Coral Springs Charter in midseason match
October 7, 2022

On Tuesday, Oct. 4, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas men’s bowling team showcased their season-long preparation and skill. They play every Tuesday...

Defensive tackle Justin Valentine (55) lines up with the rest of the Eagles defensive line in preparation for the Coral Springs Colts snap. The Eagles defense shut down the Colts offense, ultimately having multiple sacks, fumbles, and stops throughout the Pig Bowl.
MSD Eagles varsity football get dominant win in Pig Bowl against Coral Springs Colts
October 4, 2022

On Monday, Oct. 3, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas varsity football team looked to bounce back in the Pig Bowl, the rivalry match against Coral...

The MSD baseball field soaks with rain as Hurrican Ian passes over Parkland. Safety precautions and flooded fields led to the cancelation of baseball practices and games.
MSD athletic programs find ways to train through Hurricane Ian
October 3, 2022

Due to the harsh rain and high winds that Hurricane Ian brought to Florida, all Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School after-school sports and...

MSD womens volleyball team sets each other up for strikes. The Eagles were brought to victory by their teamwork and communication.
MSD women's varsity volleyball dominates in win against Taravella
September 27, 2022

On Thursday, Sept. 22, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas women’s varsity volleyball team faced off against Taravella High. The Eagles were coming...

Many students feel burdened by student debt.
[Opinion] Student debt should be excused for all students
October 2, 2022

In the past several decades, student debt has become a crippling factor for millions...

Students do extracurricular activities for their own benefit and don’t really care for the environment.
[Opinion] Students engage in extracurricular activities for their own benefits
September 28, 2022

Over the years, competition between students applying to colleges and universities...

Not everyone remembers to bring cash to school for lunch, especially if theyre in a rush to get here on time. Having a lunch also ensures that students get the right nutrition to think and process information properly.
[Opinion] All students should be provided with free school meals
September 28, 2022

The start of the 2022-2023 school year has brought the end of universal free school...

High school students can feel cramped when working in a classroom. Having field trip base classes allows them to have an immersive learning experience.
[Opinion] Highschool should offer more class based field trips
September 27, 2022

Throughout elementary and middle school, field trips were a frequent occurrence....

Beauty standards set by celebrities drive  young adults to plastic surgery.
[Opinion] Plastic surgery creates false standards and harms teenagers’ self image
September 23, 2022

For many years, people have been attempting to alter their appearance to satisfy...

Student loan borrowers stage a rally in front of the White House to celebrate President Joe Biden cancelling student debt and to begin the fight to cancel any remaining debt, on Aug. 25, 2022, in Washington, D.C. Photo courtesy of Paul Morigi/TNS.
MSD teachers react to President Biden's student loan forgiveness plan
September 22, 2022

President Joe Biden gave many student loan borrowers relief on Wednesday, Aug. 24,...

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The MSD book club listens to the volunteer reader read the next quote in the competition.
MSD Book Club participates in annual Battle of the Books
April 24, 2022

“I choose to be happy. Because I can be. Because I deserve to be. Gay means happy, too, you know,” volunteer Jane Claud said, reading...

The community came together to participate in the Run4Beigel event at Pine Trails Park on Saturday, April 10.
MSD students and staff attend annual Run 4 Beigel event
April 20, 2022

On Sunday, April 10, the annual Run 4 Biegel event took place for its fifth consecutive...

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