Security booth sits at the entrance of MSD and of the front parking lot.

MSD implements a security booth as an extra security measure

In past years, when driving into Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s entrance, it was easy to access the front parking lot, and a struggle to get through the front office. Currently, MSD purchased a security booth with the allocated security funds to be placed at the entrance of the front lot in order for security to identify and check every […]

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The Temple of Times burns on May 19. Photo by Kaleela Rosenthal

The Temple of Time burning brings the MSD community together

On Sunday, May 19, the “Temple of Time,” a temporary community symbol of peace and unity was set to burn. The installation, created by California sculptor David Best, has been displayed for the people of Coral Springs and Parkland since Jan. 28 as a place of reflection. The Temple of Time symbolizes unity and healing after the gun violence incident […]

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Broward es uno de más de 30 condados en Florida que han adoptado el servicio de textos al 911, pero las autoridades dicen que siempre que se pueda, el público debe llamar en vez de textear. Miami-Dade planea implementar el servicio en algún momento del 2019. (BRADENTON HERALD)

Broward County citizens can now text 911

During an emergency not everyone is capable of calling 911 due to certain circumstances. Now, Broward County residents are able to text 911 when they cannot make the call. The system is for standard messages, meaning that images, videos or any other media are unable to be sent. Location services on phones make for easy location updates if someone is […]

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The essential oil and bracelet package that is being sold as "pure serenity"

MSD students create Pure Serenity bracelets

DECA Hospitality and Entrepreneurship’s fourth year class project has hit the market this year, and its students have been working to create, market and sell a new product called Pure Serenity. Pure Serenity is a company that sells a blend of essential oils on a beaded bracelet to carry its calming scent anywhere. “We were actually able to go to […]

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Columbine shooting survivors, Heather Martin and Jonathan McMaster visit Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to speak with fellow survivors. Photo by Augustus Griffith

Columbine survivors visit MSD to talk to students

The 20th anniversary of the Columbine shooting was on Apr. 20. Two survivors of the shooting and alumni of Columbine High School, Heather Martin and Jonathan McMaster came to visit and speak to students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to impart wisdom from their experiences. Students had the opportunity to speak to Martin and McMaster during their personalization period […]

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TV Production’s “#MSDSTRONG Documentary” wins the Student Production Award

TV Production’s “#MSDSTRONG Documentary” wins the Student Production Award

TV Production’s film “#MSDStrong Documentary” recently won the Student Production Award by the Suncoast chapter of National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The convention was held at the banquet hall at the University of Miami on Saturday, April 27. Upon the nomination, the TV Production team was confident that they had a high chance of winning, due to their […]

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Freshman class will re-vote to elect the rising sophomore class board amid allegations of ‘ethical infractions’

Freshman class will re-vote to elect the rising sophomore class board amid allegations of ‘ethical infractions’

Following allegations that ethical issues arose during the original class election voting period, a re-vote will be held in order to decide the 2022 Class Board (the current freshmen, rising sophomores) of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Starting on Monday, April 29, the freshman class will be given paper ballots with the names of the current candidates for board positions. […]

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Senioritis affects attendance

Senioritis affects attendance

As the school year comes to an end, “senioritis,” a phrase used by seniors to describe their lack of motivation to finish the school year after they are accepted into college, begins to kick in harder than ever. At Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the seniors are by no means an exception. In fact, there have been more  complaints of […]

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Culinary 1 students compete in their own version of “Cupcake Wars”

Culinary 1 students compete in their own version of “Cupcake Wars”

Inspired by the well-known television show “Cupcake Wars,” the Culinary 1 class faced off in their own version of cupcake wars as as one of the final assignments of the year on April 19. “Due to the popularity and recognition the competitive show was receiving, I realized this would be an different, new and out of the ordinary assignment.” Culinary […]

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MSD spoken work team wins in "Louder Than A Bomb" competition on Sunday, April 14. Photo courtesy of Stacy Lippel

MSD Spoken Word Team wins first place at “Louder Than A Bomb” competition

MSD spoken word team posing for a picture with their winning trophy.

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