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MSD’s Astronomy Club hosts event to view Mercury cross in front of the Sun

MSD’s Astronomy Club hosts event to view Mercury cross in front of the Sun

On Monday, Nov. 11, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School astronomy teacher, Brandon Kyle Jeter, hosted a morning event to watch mercury cross in front of the sun. Taking place in Marjory’s Garden, all of Jeter’s students, their friends and family members, and colleagues were in […]

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Principal Michelle Kefford and MSD teacher Shanthi Viswanathan recieve check from EKAL representatives and volunteers. Photo taken by Bianca Navas

MSD receives donation from the EKAL Foundation

The EKAL Foundation presented a check of $43,000 to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School principal Michelle Kefford on Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 9:30 a.m. This donation was gifted to MSD in order to help students, faculty and school resources. “We’re very grateful that this organization […]

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Juniors Alexa Palen and Marianna Gutierrez smile in uniform for their Waterford 5k performance. Photo courtesy of Marianna Gutierrez.

Eagle Regiment members perform at Waterford 5k in Miami

On Friday, Nov. 8, select members of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s Eagle Regiment made their way to Miami to perform at the Waterford 5K. The band cheered on the runners at the start and finish of the popular race. At 6:45 p.m. the 3.1-mile […]

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Orange Ribbons for Jaime's founder Fred Guttenberg dances with the crowd of supporters at the Orange Ribbons for Jaime Dance-a-Thon on Frdiay, Nov. 8. Photo by Kaleela Rosenthal

Orange Ribbons for Jaime organizes its first annual Dance-a-Thon

On Friday, Nov. 8 the non-profit organization Orange Ribbons for Jaime organized its first annual Dance-a-Thon in Parkland. The event was held at the Pine Trails Recreation Center, where Jaime spent the majority of her time.  The nationwide Dance-A-Thon’s main focus was to raise money […]

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Guidance Director Veronica Ziccardi and her department hands out McDonalds meals to students who received Straight A's first quarter on Friday, Nov. 8. Photo by Darian Williams

MSD Guidance Department rewards Straight-A students with McDonald’s

On Nov. 8, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas guidance department partnered with McDonald’s to provide a special lunch treat to students who received straight A’s this quarter. Invitations were given out on Nov. 7 to the students who were eligible for the treat. Guidance counselors were […]

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Senior Krystina Masihy works on a collaborative project between French club and Art on Tuesday Nov. 5. Photo by Kelly Cooke

MSD participates in French Week

The French Club, along with their sponsor, French teacher Geemps St. Julien, hosted French Week this year. The activities included several activities each day from Monday, Nov. 4, to Friday, Nov. 8. The focus of French Week is to integrate French culture into the daily […]

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MSD staff serves lunch to the veterans who came for the annual Veteran Luncheon with their MSD student relatives.

MSD holds veteran luncheon

On Friday, Nov. 8, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School held the annual Veterans Luncheon in the media center from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Only students that have relatives who are veterans were eligible to attend.  This is not the first time MSD has run […]

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Key Club hosts a week-long event to promote community service

Key Club hosts a week-long event to promote community service

Key Club is a very large organization at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School where students show leadership and build character by performing various acts of services. Being in Key Club comes with great responsibility and commitment to help the community. Members have the opportunity to […]

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Principal Michelle Kefford stands in front of her 25th birthday cake. Photo by Bianca Navas

MSD staff celebrates Principal Kefford’s birthday

On Thursday, Nov. 7 at 12:15 p.m. in the Media Center the staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School celebrated Principal Michelle Kefford’s “25th” birthday.  “A group of staff gathered together and decided to put on a nice event for our fellow principal. We thought […]

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SGA volunteers at Eagle Ridge Elementary Halloween celebration

SGA volunteers at Eagle Ridge Elementary Halloween celebration

On Friday, Nov. 1, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s Student Government Association members volunteered at Eagle Ridge Elementary, a nearby school in Coral Springs. At Eagle Ridge, the theme was “Hotel Transylvania” and SGA helped set up games, posters, food stands, arts and crafts and […]

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