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Flooding in Plantation just north of Broward Blvd. in the area of NW 46th Ave. on Monday, November 9, 2020. Tropical Storm Eta brought heavy rain and high winds to South Florida. (Photo courtesy of Joe Cavaretta/South Florida Sun-Sentinel/TNS)

Tropical Storm Eta closes Broward County schools and forces students to move back to at-home eLearning

On Monday, Nov. 1, tropical storm and hurricane watches and warnings were issued throughout Honduras and Nicaragua as the slow-moving Tropical Storm Eta started to approach. Shelters had to be set up in El Salvador and Costa Rica, while people in Panama and Guatemala were […]

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Clubs and after-school activities meet virtually due to COVID-19

The universal appeal of clubs and after-school activities usually consists of service hours, getting involved and socialization. Students tend to load up on extracurriculars to bulk up their college resumes and help them stand out. The 2020-2021 school year is no different; however, the manner […]

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Class of 2020 board posts video dedicated to the senior class to spread positivity

Due to the recent closure of schools for the 2019-2020 school year by Governor Ron DeSantis, seniors have officially lost out on the last couple months of their last year of high school.  Before Broward County Public Schools releases any information regarding special events such […]

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Making an Impact. Co-president of Save What’s Left, Daniel Bishop, empties recycling cans from classrooms into the recycling dumpster at MSD on Thursday, Nov. 14. Save What’s Left collects recycling every second and fourth Thursday after school. “Save What’s Left is an organization that puts the environment first in a world that is constantly trying to destroy it,” Bishop said. “Recycling allows our school to do its part in the work that must be done to better the environment.” Photo by Brianna Jesionowski

Save What’s Left focuses on saving the environment

With a new sponsor, new members and a new attitude, the Save What’s Left club at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is looking to make the campus a more eco-friendly place.  After being less active for the past few years, Save What’s Left is welcoming […]

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Principal Michelle Kefford stands in front of her 25th birthday cake. Photo by Bianca Navas

MSD staff celebrates Principal Kefford’s birthday

On Thursday, Nov. 7 at 12:15 p.m. in the Media Center the staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School celebrated Principal Michelle Kefford’s “25th” birthday.  “A group of staff gathered together and decided to put on a nice event for our fellow principal. We thought […]

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MSD hosts third annual ‘Trunk or Treat’

MSD hosts third annual ‘Trunk or Treat’

Trunk or Treat is an event put on for families of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and Parkland community which is organized and planned by the Leadership students at MSD. Every Halloween for the past three years, MSD students have spent hours decorating their […]

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Photo provided by Jesús Luzardo

MSD baseball alumni, Jesús Luzardo, heads to the Major Leagues

From a young age, Jesús Luzardo always dreamed about playing baseball in the Major Leagues. While playing for 19 years, he developed a passion for the sport; later on, Luzardo decided he only wanted to be a pitcher.  “Growing up I had many inspirations but […]

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