• 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

The Big Decision: Undecided

Seniors Kennedy Snyder, Sean Piontek and Charlie Draper.

Morgan Felt, Staff Writer

April 12, 2017

As National Decision Day, May 1, approaches many high school seniors are solidifying their future plans. With the admissions process over, mostly all schools have released their final admission lists. For these next few weeks we will be featuring students the have chosen various paths including joining...

Teachers are people too

Here, IB Biology teacher Tiffany Oliver is featured with an underwater ROV robot she built during a STEM camp.

Morgan Felt, Staff Writer

April 10, 2017

You're casually strolling through Publix, pushing the shopping cart with your mom reading out the list to you, when suddenly, out of the corner of your eye you see your fifth period history teacher. Instantaneously you shove the cart to the right, and dart into the chip aisle for cover, hoping to avoid...

Sadie Hawkins dance cancelled due to lack of interest

A poster promoting the now-cancelled event.

Morgan Felt, Staff Writer

February 24, 2017

The Spring Fling/Sadie Hawkins dance has been canceled because the number of ticket sales did not reach the required amount. All of the proceeds for the dance were supposed to go to The Spring, a local women's shelter, but due to the dances' cancelation this will not occur. Student Government President Lil...

Q &A: Get to know the valedictorians and salutatorians

Featured here from left to right IB Valedictorian Kyle Johnson, IB Salutatorian Nick Fata, Traditional Valedictorian Ngan Nguyen, and Traditional Salutatorian Ciara Faison.

Morgan Felt, Staff Writer

February 22, 2017

The titles valedictorian and salutatorian are some of the most coveted in the high school world, but the journey and hard work put into these titles is significant. Robinson's IB and Traditional valedictorians and salutatorians share their thoughts on what it means for them to be recognized in this way...

Cooking with Morgan: Green Goddess Cobb Salad

Green goddess salad is a perfect recipe for a healthy lunch.

Morgan Felt, Staff Writer

February 6, 2017

Welcome to Cooking with Morgan, a cooking series where I share some of my favorite recipes. This week in my blog I’m going to share a go-to salad and dressing recipe of one of my favorite salads! Ingredients Salad: 3 cups of Lettuce (I prefer iceberg) 2 Hard boiled eggs cut in half 1 tab...

These socks don’t sock

Morgan Felt, Staff Writer

January 20, 2017

Cool socks have quickly become a new trend at Robinson and many students are finding a subtle way to express themselves through their footwear. Hover over these 9 photos to find out what these RHS students have to say about their rockin' socks. ...

New Year, New Resolutions

Here Señora Landron practices being patient while talking with a student about her Spanish External Assessment.

Morgan Felt, Staff Writer

January 13, 2017

With the start of a new year come many new resolutions, from getting fit to procrastinating less, many people are pledging to start off the new year with a bang, but will these resolutions last? We interviewed five Robinson staff and students share their hope to make life altering changes this year,...

Cooking With Morgan: Eggs Benedict

Eggs Benedict with Hollandaise is a savory breakfast.

Morgan Felt, Blogger

December 8, 2016

Welcome to Cooking with Morgan, a cooking series where I share some of my favorite recipes. This week in my blog I’m going to share a super savory recipe for a go to breakfast of Eggs Benedict with Hollandaise sauce when I have a little extra time! Ingredients: For the toast 2 large egg...

Q&A: Working part-time jobs as a teen

Part-time jobs, like working at Panera, can be beneficial but can also come into conflict with school and other commitments.

Katherine Weck and Morgan Felt

December 7, 2016

High school is a busy time; between sports school and friends, most high schoolers hardly have time to get enough sleep, let alone get a job. But for some teens, part-time employment is a part of their busy schedules. We interviewed four members of the Robinson community and found out their person...

Señora Martha Landron hosts toy drive for impoverished Colombian children

This photo shows Ezequiel  giving the Colombian children their toys in 2015.

Morgan Felt, Staff Writer

December 5, 2016

IB Spanish teacher Señora Martha Landron is holding a toy drive for Colombian children and will be collecting toys for children ages 7-11 that cost around $5 in room 113 until Friday, Dec. 9. Additionally, this drive is a requirement for all members of National Spanish Honor Society. One of the reasons...

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