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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...

The psychology behind procrastination

Ava Hogan, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

We all procrastinate, and we all are aware of it, yet we refuse to do something about it. Why is it so hard for us to find the motivation to get things done? Is it because we are being lazy? Is it because we don't want to fail? The cause behind why we procrastinate is actually all in our heads, literally-...

Graduating with flying colors

Graduating with flying colors

Jules Whitaker, Feature & Opinion Editor

January 17, 2020

As seniors grow with anticipation over the thought of graduating high school in their cap and gowns, some plan to graduate with their wings as well. Robinson's Aerospace program, taught by Jeff Kaloostian, offers the chance to graduate high school with a private pilot's license. Michael Griesemer ('20) discovered Aerosp...

Samantha Garcia leads the way to success

Samantha Garcia leads the way to success

Jennifer Le, Staff Writer

November 18, 2019

At their very last competition of the year, when the Marching Knights finished superior, their captain left with more than just a rating. Samantha Garcia ('20) is band captain, one of the highest available positions for a student in the Robinson Marching Band. As band captain, she works closely with...

Getting sick sucks

Ava Hogan, Staff Writer

November 18, 2019

As we all know from past experience, being sick is not fun. Whether it's a stomach bug, the flu, or a plain head cold, we can all agree that it greatly affects our lives for those 5-7 days (or maybe 24- hours, but you get the point). Take it from me, writing this story, 1 a.m. in the morning, unable...

Robles wins Diversity Educator of the Year for the second time

Robles wins Diversity Educator of the Year for the second time

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...

Tiffany Oliver gets the seal of approval

Tiffany Oliver gets the seal of approval

Meena Vasquez, Staff Writer

November 4, 2019

Tiffany Oliver has been teaching all forms of biology there is at Robinson High School, such as standard Biology, Biology honors and AP Biology. Currently, she is teaching HL Biology for IB juniors and seniors. Her outstanding teaching was recognized three weeks ago by the PAEMST (Presidential Awards...

Charles Davidson creates his legacy

Charles Davidson creates his legacy

Amelia Foster, A&E Editor, Multimedia Editor

October 31, 2019

Eighth period may be the last class in the traditional school day, but for Charles Davidson ('21), it's where his dreams begin. Robinson's Troupe 2660 theater class meets every eighth period, and they recently started preparing their showing of "Dystopia: a Teen Parody," a one-act play that Davidson...

New in town, Ms. Brown

New in town, Ms. Brown

Hanna Malone, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

Melissa Brown, one of the new English 2 Honors and Reading 2C teachers here at Robinson, is already proving to be a strong addition to the faculty. Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, Brown graduated from Missouri State, majoring in Secondary English Education. At first, she had planned on majoring...

Kevin Nash steps into his first teaching position

Kevin Nash steps into his first teaching position

Nicole Perdigon, Print Managing Editor

September 18, 2019

Along with 18 other teachers this school year Kevin Nash is one of the new teachers on Robinson's team. For Nash this isn't just any other year, this is his first year teaching. Nash is teaching liberal arts math and geometry this year. He took over in place of  Bill Gonedridge who retired in late...

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