Tag: Homecoming

Spirit Week Boosts Morale on Campus

Spirit Week Boosts Morale on Campus

As soon as summer ended, students were thrust back into school with very little time to adjust to the daily routine of sitting in a classroom for 90 minutes, taking high-pressure tests and studying for hours each day. In order to not be completely flooded with work and stress, students try to find ways to debrief and attempt to enjoy […]

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Students participate in homecoming carnival activities. Photo taken by Joyce Han

Student Government creates carnival for MSD students and faculty

On Thursday, Oct. 10,  the Homecoming Carnival took place after school in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School main courtyard. MSD’s Student Government Association organized the event in order to get the student body excited for homecoming week and to celebrate the end of homecoming spirit week.  The carnival’s entertainment included a teacher dunk tank with Mr. Marino and Mr. […]

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Band students to miss out on homecoming for mandatory competition

Band students to miss out on homecoming for mandatory competition

Many high school students have been anticipating homecoming, which is set for Saturday, Oct. 12. However, one group of students will not be able to attend. On the same night, the Eagle Regiment will attend “Bands of America,” a mandatory competition, and will additionally march in Disney’s Festival of Fantasy parade in Orlando. “I was disappointed that I wouldn’t be […]

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Hailey Jacobsen and Em Jiminian paricipating in Wacky Wednesday. Photo by Nyan Clarke

Students get excited for the annual Wacky Wednesday

On Wednesday Sept. 5, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Student Government hosted the annual “Wacky Wednesday” for spirit week leading up to homecoming this weekend. A popular trend amongst students was tye-dye and neon colors, along with glitter, head bobbers and colorful accessories. Lunch time activities hosted by leadership occurred during both lunches and games such as musical chairs, corn hole […]

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Homecoming dance was worth the wait

A hurricane, two spirit weeks and many home games later, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School finally enjoyed its annual homecoming dance. The event took place on Saturday, Nov. 5 at the Marriott Harbor Beach Resort in Fort Lauderdale. After a disappointing loss at the homecoming game against Plantation High School on Friday, students had a chance to let loose for […]

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Hurricane Irma causes conflict with rescheduled Homecoming dates

*This story was originally published in the first quarter issue of the Eagle Eye* During the week of Sept. 4, Spirit Week lasted two days, due to the unexpected arrival of Hurricane Irma. Throughout this hectic week, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students prepared for the hurricane, leaving the Homecoming dance that was scheduled for Sept. 9 a thought of […]

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Hurricane Irma affected school sports teams

Between the dates of Sept. 7 and Sept. 17, Marjory Stoneman Douglas was closed due to Hurricane Irma. Because of this, many school sporting events were cancelled or postponed, greatly affecting the schedules of many school teams. The girls’ golf team was one of many MSD sports teams impacted by Irma. During the seven cancelled school days, the team missed […]

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Photo Courtesy of Delaney Tarr

Spirit Week Goes On

As Floridians everywhere stock up on food and water, students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas stock up on spirit. With the news of Hurricane Irma heading for a tentative collision course with South Florida, students are left to trade in their tuxedos for ponchos. Due to recent storm advisories all schools in Broward County will be closed Thursday Sept. 7 and […]

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(Photo Gallery) Students participate in Wacky Wednesday lunch activities

(Photo Gallery) Students participate in Wacky Wednesday lunch activities

Photos by Delaney Tarr Delaney TarrDelaney Tarr is a senior at Stoneman Douglas. She is a photographer, writer, filmmaker, and lover of things. She is a staff member for the Eagle Eye, and the president of MSD TV Club.More Posts

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The varsity football team begins the season with concern and uncertainty [Brief]

On Friday, Sept. 1st, the men’s varsity football team kicked their season off with a defeat at the hands of the South Broward High Bulldogs at a score of 21-7. The Eagles entered this 2017-18 season with many new issues and concerns, one of which was the replacement all five starters from last year’s offensive line. The new offensive line is led […]

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