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  • September 21MSD JROTC students host blood drive for people in need
  • September 16MSD subject to random classroom searches results in multiple students written up for possession of illegal substances on Thursday, Sept. 15
  • September 16MSD Head Custodian Eduardo Suarez awarded 2022-2023 non-instructional staff member of the year
  • September 16MSD School Counseling Director Veronica Melei awarded 2022-2023 teacher of the year on Friday, Sept. 16
  • April 28Senior college commitment day is Friday, April 29. All seniors are encouraged to wear their college's merchandise
  • April 28MSD Prom permission slip collection and ticket distribution at L-counter ends Friday, April 29
  • April 12The Class of 2022 Prom is at Westin Beach Resort on May 7
  • April 12Orchestra hosts their annual Winter Concert in the auditorium on April 28 from 7-8:30 p.m.
  • April 12Class of 2023 Ring Ceremony takes place on April 21 from 5-7 p.m.
  • April 12MSD Red Cross Club hosts a Ukraine Relief Drive from April 13-May 4
The Student News Site of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School


The Student News Site of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School


Haley Jackson

Haley Jackson, Section editor

Haley is currently a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, a member of the National Honor Society and a section editor for news, politics & activism and feature. Haley hopes to pursue a degree in Public Relations or Journalism. In her spare time, Haley loves to travel and spend time with family.

All content by Haley Jackson
Instructing Critical Race Theory is a divisive subject among teachers.

CRT in the Classroom

February 28, 2022
Critical Race Theory is composed of six core pillars, called tenets.

Critical Controversy

February 22, 2022
Senior Nya Owusu-Afriyie act as co-publicity officer of the Black Student Union. She promotes the club and spreads awareness of the clubs goals.

Nya Owusu-Afriyie

February 13, 2022
Juniors Neketa Dixon Jenkins, Nesya Small, and Charlene Noel are a few of the dedicated Black Student Union officers at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. The inclusivity of the Black Student Union shares a diverse, safe space for all to join.

Meet the officers

February 13, 2022
Hold On, Holmberg. Buses, students, parents and regular cars pile up easily each day at 2:40 p.m. on Holmberg Road as school lets out at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. The traffic tends to reach the Westglades Middle School car line on a daily basis.

More Stop Than Go

October 29, 2021
Pack the Halls. Students navigate
hallways and staircases during the
transition between 2nd and 3rd period
on Aug. 26, 2021. With 3,570 students on
campus, congested hallways are a daily

Maxed Out

October 20, 2021
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