Tag: Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

Jeter accepts cash prize of $1,000, the monetary award for being named Broward County Teacher of the Year.

Jeter named district Teacher of the Year

In 21 years, a lot has changed on the Marjory Stoneman Douglas campus; a new Freshman building created, a track and tennis court added, the junior lot moved. But, one thing has remained- the presence of Astronomy teacher Kyle Jeter on campus. In his 21 years at MSD, Jeter has taught students from the likes of current English teacher Ariel […]

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Douglas Baseball Wins State Title For First Time in School History (Multimedia)

Douglas Baseball Wins State Title For First Time in School History (Multimedia)

With a 90ºF, clear blue afternoon sky to set the scene in Fort Myers, Florida, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Eagles stepped onto the foreign green turf of JetBlue Stadium yesterday for a game few had expected them to reach: the State Championship Final. The game marked the peak of what has been a historic season for the Eagles, as along with […]

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FitKit’s marketing team to compete in Junior National Achievement Competition

FitKit’s marketing team to compete in Junior National Achievement Competition

A simple idea created to encourage a healthy diet and lifestyle was made a reality with the help of the Stoneman Douglas marketing team through the FitKit product. Thanks to the hard work of senior Isaac Hetzeroni and other marketing team members, the FitKit will go on to compete on the national level later this year. In a recent South […]

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Varsity Baseball Team Advances to State Championship Game (Tweets)

Despite having one of the toughest playoff schedules in the entire state, Marjory Stoneman Douglas’s own Eagles have advanced farther than any other baseball team in school history, showing time and time again on their historic run why they have earned the #1 ranking in the entire nation. Now, after defeating #22 ranked West Orange 3-2 in the Class 9A State Semifinals in Fort Myers, […]

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Douglas Hosts Student vs. Teacher Basketball Game in Honor of Ethan Lalinde

Douglas Hosts Student vs. Teacher Basketball Game in Honor of Ethan Lalinde

Every year, approximately 1,000 people are diagnosed with cystic fibrosis- a majority of them by the age of two, continuously adding to the 30,000 that currently live with it in the United States and the 70,000 worldwide. But this year was not just like “every year” for the students of Stoneman Douglas, as one of our own, sophomore Ethan Lalinde, […]

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Pentatonix shines on self-titled album

Pentatonix shines on self-titled album

The Grammy winning and all-around amazing acapella group, Pentatonix, recently released their ninth album called Pentatonix. The band has come a long way since their original appearance on the television show The Sing-Off, and this album just goes to show how much they have improved and flourished into the extremely talented people they are today. Released on Oct. 16, the […]

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Douglas junior joins Macy’s Day Parade

Douglas junior joins Macy’s Day Parade

What’s more American than baseball, hotdogs, and apple pie? Thanksgiving, turkey and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade! If you were watching the parade this year, you might have caught a glimpse of Stoneman Douglas’s Robbie Flory locking in a beat as part of the Macy’s Great American Marching Band. As part of the Eagle Regiment Marching band, junior Robbie Flory plays various […]

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Douglas senior makes Army All-American Band

Douglas senior makes Army All-American Band

Williams Paek wanted to be part of a tradition – a tradition of musical excellence and marching mastery, a tradition that only allows 125 high school musicians from across the U.S. to join each year, a tradition that Douglas High School’s Band program has been a part of for the last four years. Will is following four fellow Eagle Regiment […]

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LAS VEGAS, NV - MAY 16:  O.J. Simpson listens to audio recording played during an evidentiary hearing for O.J. Simpson in Clark County District Court in Clark County District Court May 16, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Simpson, who is currently serving a nine to 33-year sentence in state prison as a result of his October 2008 conviction for armed robbery and kidnapping charges, is using a writ of habeas corpus to seek a new trial, claiming he had such bad representation that his conviction should be reversed. (Photo by Julie Jacobson-Pool/Getty Images)  This is a picture of OJ Simpson now  facing  a courtroom

Unfavorable Fame

Athletes work their entire lives to reach the point of fame and stardom though some players are not able to enjoy it. The athlete’s questionable mistakes follow them throughout their time in the public eye. For example, OJ Simpson was one of the most revered athletes in all of football and he won numerous awards, including a Heisman Trophy, but […]

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Caw Caw Book Club

Caw Caw Book Club

The Caw Caw Book Club: It’s a new year and a new book club! Mrs. Falkowski and Mrs. Haneski, the leaders of the MSD book club, have started off this year with a whole new set of books and plans for increasing the excitement. “The goals of the book club are to complete the teen reading book list, compete in […]

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