Tag: students

Student sits in their science class staying six-feet-apart with her mask on at her desk, working online. Photo by Maria Vera Jose.

MSD welcomes an increase of students returning to school for second semester

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School has required students to learn virtually using platforms such as Canvas and Microsoft Teams. This shift began on Mar. 30, 2020 when students returned from spring break, in order to keep students and staff […]

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From left to right, MSD sophomores Jada Lemy, Roveschney Veillard and Nesya Small have started a nonprofit organization called "People of Change." Photo courtesy of Jamal Lemy

Three MSD sophomores start ‘People of Change’ organization to unite the BIPOC community

In today’s society, it is the youth that enact change and call out national issues concerning the well-being of their peers. Whether it be a fifth grader or a senior in high school, younger generations are making their mark on the world. At Marjory Stoneman […]

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On Feb. 12, MSD will host "A Day of Service and Love" activates on campus. Photo by Rain Valladares

MSD hosts ‘A Day of Service and Love’ for the third anniversary of Feb. 14, 2018

On the three-year commemoration of the 17 lives lost and those injured on Feb. 14, 2018, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School will conduct “A Day of Service and Love” on Friday, Feb. 12, 2021. Staff and students are invited to participate in the activities provided […]

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With online learning, ESOL students at MSD have found school to be more difficult. Graphic by Julia Landy

ESOL students face challenges with online learning

Throughout an individual’s life, it is common to move to new places. While some may move merely down the street, others move to entirely different countries. After their move, many will need to learn a new language. Instances like this accounts for the necessity of […]

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MSD students experienced spotty WiFi on Monday, Jan. 4. Students and parents were updated throughout the school day via Remind. Photo by Isabelly Silveira

MSD students and teachers experience district-wide WiFi issues on return from winter break

As students and teachers returned back to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, both physically and virtually, the Broward County Public Schools WiFi gave everyone some troubles on their first day back from winter break.  The morning of Monday, Jan. 4, BCPS experienced problems with the […]

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Broward County Public Schools implements a mandatory cameras-on rule for virtual learning

Broward County Public Schools implements a mandatory cameras-on rule for virtual learning

As of Wednesday, Dec. 2, the School Board of Broward County updated attendance policy 5.5 that now requires that students have their cameras on for attendance and instruction. Prior to this addition, teachers had to adjust to teaching without being able to see the facial […]

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[Multimedia] MSD offers online resources for students amidst online school

[Multimedia] MSD offers online resources for students amidst online school

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2020 Midterms set to occur at home; unlike any year before

2020 Midterms set to occur at home; unlike any year before

As the 2020-21 school year nears winter break, various questions have been raised about how the traditional midterm tests will be conducted with a large portion of the student body e-Learning at home. Beginning on Tuesday, Dec. 15, these tests will occur throughout the week, […]

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Seniors from the Hospitality Entrepreneurship class at MSD have started their own company. Photo courtesy of Annie Pretner

Seniors from MSD Hospitality Entrepreneurship class create ‘Smile Senders’ company

Every year, seniors in the Hospitality 4 class at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School start their own company. These seniors are part of the Junior Achievement Fellows program, which holds a competition with various schools given the task of creating and carrying out their own […]

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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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