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Focused on their teachers, these dedicated students conduct their classes in the school gym. Photo by Rayne Welser

Students and teachers share their opinions on safety at school after the COVID-19 pandemic

Beginning on Thursday, Oct. 15, phase two of eLearning was put into action for Broward County Public Schools. Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School endured every rule and procedure that had been heavily discussed. The Broward County district prioritized the safety of their students […]

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Three code yellows have been initiated at MSD as a result of calls from an individual in China.

Calls from individual in China prompt multiple code yellow lockdowns at MSD

On Tuesday, Sept.1, a code yellow lockdown was initiated at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. The code was called at 10:38 a.m., and lifted at 12:59 p.m. However, this was only one of three code yellows called during the week, with the others occurring on […]

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A day in the life of junior Lindsey Salomone

A day in the life of junior Lindsey Salomone

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, there have been drastic changes in the lives of all civilians, including students. In the hopes of not falling into a dull routine, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School junior Lindsey Salomone is determined to remain active.  The quarantine […]

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Jeter Wins Teacher of the Year

Jeter Wins Teacher of the Year

On October 13th, our very own astronomy teacher, Mr. Jeter, was declared “Teacher of the Year”, and he could not be any happier. “It is a wonderful feeling to be recognized by my peers,” Jeter said, “especially because of the tremendous respect that I have […]

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MSD student earns Nordstrom scholarship

MSD student earns Nordstrom scholarship

The Nordstrom Scholarship is worth $10,000 and is awarded to only 80 high school students each year throughout the United States. Nordstrom is thrilled to help dozens of outstanding students reach their goals of attending a four-year university. Senior Isaac Hetzroni, a self-proclaimed over-achiever, recently earned […]

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A Revolutionary Project

A Revolutionary Project

Every year, AP U.S. History teacher Lisa Hitchcock has her students simulate their choice of influential, yet relatively unknown participants of the American Revolution. Students are required to create a costume, visual, primary source and background information in order to accurately depict their figure. “I began […]

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