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Wrestling season ends in Kissimmee

Wrestling season ends in Kissimmee

Athena Crews, Staff Writer

March 7, 2018

This last weekend on Friday, March 2 and Saturday, March 3, three Robinson wrestlers competed in the FHSAA 2A Wrestling State Championships at Silver Spurs Arena in Kissimmee, Fla,. JaQuan Jackson ('18) and Devin Jandura ('19) wrestled their way to the semi-finals on Saturday while Jayden Alvarez ('19)...

Students use brief cold fronts to show off their winter fashion

Zjala Phelps (‘18) is channeling the 90s with this 90's inspired winter look.

Athena Crews, Staff Writer

December 21, 2017

Florida’s one cold week of the year arrived earlier this month and students were quick to add their layers. Many students used the recent cold fronts to take out their winter fashion and be a part of the winter trends with class and unique styles. Click the slideshow to see how students are styling...

Flu shots administered today to eligible students

Flu shots will be available starting at 10:45 a.m. in the clinic for students who turned in a signed form.

Athena Crews, Staff writer

October 13, 2017

Today, October 13, students who returned a form signed by their parents will be eligible to get a flu shot administered in the clinic from 10:45 a.m., until they're done. “Getting a flu shot does not mean that you will not get the flu, but decreases your chances of getting the flu and you will m...

Fire scare welcomes students back to school

Fire trucks approach Robinson as AC malfunctioning causes scare on Monday.

Athena Crews, staff writer

September 21, 2017

When students returned to school on Monday after a week long break to recover from Hurricane Irma, the fire alarms roared. Most students believed the fire was fake and continued to walk into the school until they heard sirens approaching. Everyone then evacuated quickly to the football field and waited. An...

Homecoming Spirit Week and Pep Rally

This years 2017 homecoming spirit week days.

Athena Crews, Staff Writer

September 1, 2017

Homecoming is approaching quickly, following spirit week. Spirit week will be September 5th through 8th while homecoming arrives the Saturday after, September 9. The spirit week days have now been announced after much deliberation from student government and will be as followed: Monday, Sept. 4: No...

Five Robinson students named National Merit Finalists

National Merit Finalists meet in the office, awaiting Principal Robert Bhoolai to receive their certificates.

Athena Crews, Staff Writer

February 24, 2017

Principal Robert Bhoolai announced Robinson's National Merit Finalists over the intercom Friday morning, Feb. 24. All five of Robinson's National Merit Semifinalists were named National Merit Finalists. They are: Nell-Curry Boushall Jacob Freedman Isabel Hanewicz Sarah Jennewein Laura Thom...

Starlets take second place in FFCC competition @ Riverview

Starlets take second place in FFCC competition @ Riverview

Athena Crews, Staff Writer

February 16, 2017

This past weekend the Robinson Starlets participated in a tournament at Riverview High School. The Starlets placed second out of five teams, an improvement from their 11th place win in their last tournament. Although the Starlets were happy taking home their second place win, Starlets co-captain...

Starlets to host Chipotle, Applebee’s fundraisers

Starlets to host Chipotle, Applebee's fundraisers

Athena Crews, Staff Writer

February 2, 2017

If you have school spirit and love Chipotle, come out and support your Robinson Starlets on Tuesday, Feb. 7, when they will be holding a fundraiser. By eating at Chipotle (3696 W. Gandy Blvd.) on Tuesday, 50% of your proceeds will be donated to Robinson Starlets. Just bring a flyer, show them a picture...

SGA sponsors Ugly Sweater day this Friday

Athena Crews, Staff Writer

December 8, 2016

Friday is the last day before exam week and the holidays and in order to celebrate, student government has decided to spread the word to wear ugly sweaters. "It’s something really simple to get everyone in the festive mood," McKenna Tyson ('17), senior class president, said. Student government...

Giving tree helps brighten the holidays for Knights in need

Leah-Fernandez's leadership class poses with the giving tree.

Athena Crews, Staff Writer

December 5, 2016

During this holiday season, students and faculty are coming together to help their fellow classmates. Leadership teacher Cynthia Leah-Fernandez and her students created a giving tree, also named the angel tree, in the guidance office in order to give to Knights in need. "They want to be able to make...

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