• Non-student day on November 11 for Veterans Day
  • 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 $85

The “I’m Black” movement takes over TikTok


Via Godinez, Staff Writer

May 20, 2020

"This is about a company who publicly decided not to show our content because of the color of our skin."

Hillsborough County COVID-19 update

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Ella Wertz, News Editor

April 8, 2020

Hillsborough County has recently come out with more updates regarding how students will carry on throughout the rest of the year. As of now all Hillsborough County schools will be closed until May 1st. This date is subject to change when the country reassess our position after the April 30th deadline...

Hillsborough county under safer-at-home order

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RHSToday Staff

March 27, 2020

On March 26, the Hillsborough emergency policy group voted unanimously to put the county under a safer-at-home order, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The order states that residents are to stay at home "as much as possible" and are only to leave their homes for essential tasks such as going to the grocery...

Update on COVID-19

The coronavirus gets its name from the club-like structures which give it a crowned appearance.

Morgan Brazier, Editor-in-Chief

March 6, 2020

As of March 5, there have been a total of 95,333 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and a total of 3,282 confirmed deaths worldwide according to the World Health Organization. The United States has had 129 confirmed cases with nine deaths. The majority of COVID-19 cases and deaths have been in China. In...

Students walk out on April 20

Students walkout for gun reform.

Lillian Martin, News Editor

April 23, 2018

Looking through the news on Friday, April 20, many might have seen something about a National School Walkout; considering that an estimated 2,500 schools across the country participated in the walkout, including Robinson, it might have been a little hard to miss. The walkout was started by Lane Murdock,...

Catch you later, Helms

Robinson social studies teacher and girls soccer coach William Helms looks off into the distance, posing at Robinson High School. He recently took a teaching position at Gaither High School, and his last day at Robinson will be Feb. 8.

Lillian Martin, News Editor

February 7, 2018

“It’s always catch you later, never goodbye.” This phrase has been heard multiple times coming from Billy Helms, a beloved social studies teacher and girls soccer coach at Robinson, who recently took a social studies position at Gaither High School. His last day at Robinson will be this Thursday,...

Teachers quit, leaving students in the dark

Lucas Long ('19), a student in the honors physics class, chats with his classmates while one substitute, of many, prepares to call roll.

Morgan Brazier, Staff writer

January 16, 2018

As students and teachers return from their winter break, many prepare to face less than ideal circumstances due to the loss of multiple teachers at Robinson. After the retirement of reading teacher Polly Demma and the resignation of mythology teacher Rachel Zwiselberger, Robinson administration had...

Junior College Night

Junior College Night

Sarah Jennewein, Staff Writer

April 5, 2017

This Wednesday, April 5, the school will be holding a college interview panel to help teach juniors about the college process and introduce them to some potential college options. The CUBE, a Robinson High School college advisory organization consisting of parent volunteers, will host the event. “Senior...

New district policy means less testing for certain AP, IB, reading students

New district rules mean students in classes that already take high stakes classes will not have to take semester two exams.

Isabel Hanewicz, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

January 4, 2017

Finals will be reduced starting this spring for students taking high stakes classes, thanks to a new district initiative to reduce testing on students. Starting with the Spring 2017 exams, students enrolled in year-long AP classes, IB senior-level classes or full-year reading classes will not have to...

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...

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