• Knight Writers celebrates its 61st Anniversary throughout October
  • Students get out for Fall Break November 20
  • Now 1500 people allowed at Football games, only 400 at Volleyball
  • RHS COVID-19 Count: 7
  • Yearbooks are $75 until October 31

Zoom isn’t suitable for online teaching

Kenzie Krcelic, Staff Writer

April 6, 2020

Due to the current circumstances regarding COVID-19, students will not be returning to school until May 1 and will be resuming current classes online. Many teachers are leaning towards the live lesson option and are using Zoom, a conferencing app that combines video, chatting, and collaboration. Let anoth...

Protect your mental health during COVID-19 pandemic

Kenzie Krcelic, Staff Writer

March 27, 2020

As COVID-19 progresses, governments around the world have taken precautions to protect everyone from this aggressive respiratory virus. Self-quarantining has been highly encouraged and now, mandatory stay-at-home orders have been put into place in many areas, including Tampa, in hopes of flattening the...

Shonda Rhimes ruined Dr. Alex Karev

Justin Chambers, the actor who plays the role of Alex Karev

Kenzie Krcelic, Staff Writer

March 23, 2020

If you log onto Twitter right now, almost every single Grey’s Anatomy fan called a ‘Code Blue’ over how fast Shonda Rhimes, writer and producer, just threw one of the show’s most beloved characters, Dr. Alex Karev, down the drain. If you’re one of the people still watching Grey’s, you...

Review: Does Wendy’s breakfast deserve the hype?

Some of Wendy's featured breakfast items

Kenzie Krcelic, Staff Writer

March 11, 2020

As of March 2, Wendy’s finally started serving breakfast nationwide. I for one was very excited to hear about this since Wendy’s is my go-to fast food place. Wendy’s gets the hype for their 4 for 4s, Frostys, Baconator fries, spicy nuggets, but breakfast? Wendy’s has always kept the same menu...

Cheer places fifth in the state finals

The cheer team collaborates to form a full pyramid as the flyers link arms in the air.

Kenzie Krcelic, Staff Writer

February 6, 2020

Cheer wrapped up their competition season last weekend on Saturday Feb. 1 at the 2020 Florida High School Competitive Cheerleading State Championships in Gainesville. Competing against eight schools in the Large Division, Robinson took home fifth. Robinson hit their routine with a only a few minor ...

New year, new rules

Every student received this sheet on Tuesday, Jan. 7

Kenzie Krcelic, Staff Writer

January 15, 2020

In wake of the new year, students returned back to school to find out that Student Affairs plans to conduct dress code and hallway sweeps. Many students are wondering what these 'sweeps' include. Assistant Principals will be patrolling the hallways in search of people without passes. If students are...

RHSToday in Fashion: Comfy Casual

Mason Pope posing in his trendy outfit

Kenzie Krcelic, Staff Writer

November 15, 2019

About the student:  Name: Mason Pope Mason Pope is an IB sophomore who has a passion for theatre and singing. In his spare time he enjoys hanging out with his friends and listening to music. Q&A Where did you get your outfit? “My shirts are from H&M and my dad jeans are from...

Robles wins Diversity Educator of the Year for the second time

Senora Robles, the proud winner of the Diversity Educator of the Year award

Kenzie Krcelic, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

Being a teacher means engaging your students in the world of learning. For Spanish teacher Enedy Robles, it means more than that. Robles strives everyday to empower her students and let them know that they are worth something, that they can make it. With her strong student connections and radiant pers...

Photo Gallery: Orchestra presents ‘A Spooky Knight of Music’

The cello section and viola section performs

Kenzie Krcelic, Staff Writer

November 6, 2019

Robinson's orchestra held their annual fall concert  on Oct. 29. This year, orchestra presented their concert with a spooky twist in spirit of Halloween. With a collection of sinister solos and group performances, Orchestra presented "A Spooky 'Knight' of Music."    

From head of the reading department to assistant principal

Ms. Morman, the new Traditional Assistant Principal

Kenzie Krcelic, Staff Writer

October 29, 2019

Robinson's reading department head and teacher, Kailyn Morman, recently made the transition to an Assistant Principal for Student Affairs. With Amanda Batista, former AP for Student Affairs, stepping up to her new position of IB Assistant Principal, Morman decided to take over. “I felt like it was...

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