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  • First quarter ends October 23
  • Fall sports begin with modified spectator policies
  • Robinson has 2 COVID-19 cases as of September 18
  • Yearbooks are $75 until October 31

Breaking: COVID-19 reaches Robinson

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Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief

September 11, 2020

Friday afternoon, Robinson parents and students received an automated phone call from Principal Robert Bhoolai explaining that RHS has experienced its first COVID-19 case, almost two weeks after the school opened to brick and mortar students. "If you did not get a personal phone call from the main...

Yearbook staff adopt unconventional approach in response to 2020

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Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer

September 11, 2020

2020's COVID-19 pandemic has been a catalyst for unprecedented changes in the entirety of student and faculty life, enough to cement itself as a year to remember, and students can be sure to count on this year's yearbook to document it all. There have been many wrenches thrown into the production...

Keeping Robinson safe from COVID-19

Assistant Principal Ms. Morman discusses the physical changes to the 2020-2021 school year.

Ethan Adair, Senior Multimedia Staff

September 9, 2020

Senior Multimedia Staff Ethan Adair interviews Ms. Brown, Mr. Smithers and Ms. Morman about what they're trying to do to keep the school safe.

Q&A with Robert Bhoolai on back to school amidst COVID-19

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Jennifer Le, Online Managing Editor

August 27, 2020

The 2020-2021 school year began Aug. 24 and started with what Hillsborough County refers to as Smart Start Week. Following many new changes and safety measures set in place, RHSToday sat down with Principal Robert Bhoolai to ask some questions on what's to be expected as students return to school. Q: Wi...

Q&A: Becoming SGA President in an unprecedented school year

Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief

August 25, 2020

Sadé Wallace ('21) is entering her final year in SGA (Student Government Association). Over her time at Robinson, she has risen to the position of SGA President. RHSToday sat down with her to talk about her experience in SGA and the organization's plans for this upcoming school year. Q: What prompte...

Planning for the first days of freedom

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Ella Wertz, News Editor

May 26, 2020

Since the stay at home order was lifted in Tampa and we are entering into different stages of reopening businesses and attempting to return to normalcy, quarantine is coming to an end. In order to prepare for this freedom,  Knight Writers asked students what the first thing they want to do when quarantine...

Photo gallery: congratulations class of 2020

Robinson hosts a drive through to hand out materials and congratulate the class of 2020.

Morgan Brazier, Editor-in-chief

May 13, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the class of 2020 attended their last day of high school on March 13 and were not able to collect their yearbooks, graduation supplies, or locker contents at school. Robinson instead hosted drive throughs during the second week of May to hand out materials to students. Seniors...

Silver Linings in Quarantine

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Meena Vasquez, Staff Writer

April 24, 2020

Everything on the news seems horrible, but every cloud has a silver lining. While being stuck in the house all day sucks, quarantine gave us a lot of free time to explore new hobbies and catch up on shows. We asked Robinson students what positive things came out of this quarantine and what new things...

Q&A with Robert Bhoolai regarding COVID-19

Q&A with Robert Bhoolai regarding COVID-19

Morgan Brazier, Editor-in-chief

March 30, 2020

In wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the day to day operation of schooling has changed, affecting families and teachers. RHSToday asked principal Robert Bhoolai some questions about how the school is responding to the situation. Q: Will students be able to come back to the school to get things they may...

FAQ’s regarding Robinson’s current status

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Jaylen Stasio, Staff Writer

March 30, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic progresses, all Florida schools will be closed until April 15. For the next three weeks, students will be working online to keep up with school work. The week of March 23 through 27 was considered an adjustment period and none of the assignments from that week will be graded. How long is...

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