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The student news site of Robinson High School

RHStoday

The student news site of Robinson High School

RHStoday

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Liam McConnell (23) getting ready to throw a football to his peers around him.

Q&A with New JROTC CO Liam McConnell

Allie Barton, Social Media Editor May 6, 2022

With the year coming to a close, the Junior Reverse Officers' Training Corps had its annual banquet to honor the past leaders of the program and to award the new students who are filling their positions....

Oscar Penagos (22) plays on his phone in the moments before his teacher enters the classroom.

Senioritis and How To Prevent It

Charlotte Stone, Features Editor May 2, 2022

Now that the fourth quarter has finally arrived, in the mind of the student body, it's basically summer. While this may make the fourth and final quarter seem like a quick breeze, it is anything but. It...

Abby Goebel (24) studies for her AP calculus exam in study hall. She finds review packets to be the most reliable form of studying.

How Are Students Prepping For AP Exams

Jadyn Grayes, Staff Writer May 2, 2022

With AP exams right around the corner, it's time for students to go full study mode and review everything they've learned this year. Students utilize different studying strategies based on how they learn...

Students Hailey Green (23) and Jonah Irwin (23) take notes during their lab.

Students Take on Biotechnology in Sanford’s Bio Class

Samuel Elliott, Print Managing Editor April 13, 2022

Recently, the junior and senior students of Sarah Sanford's SL biology classes have donned white lab coats and safety goggles to undertake one of their most interesting labs to date: using biotechnology...

Mr. Brown, middle picture,  smiles for class picture in 82.

Q&A with New Step-in Principal: David Brown

JC Thaxton, Staff Writer April 6, 2022

After RHS's principal, Robert Bhoolai, took a leave of absence to take care of family matters, there was a need for a step-in principal. Luckily, Robinson High School welcomes David Brown as our new principal...

Cassidy Lund (22) points to her graphite drawing of a sea turtle. The piece is titled Plastic, referring to the cause of sea turtle endangerment. Lunds theme for her portfolio was endangered species, with many being specific to Florida.

Class of 2022’s IB Art Exhibition

Juno Le, Editor-in-Chief March 31, 2022

Senior IB Visual Arts students hosted their first IB Art Exhibition in over two years on Wednesday, March 30 in the Robinson Auditorium. After two years in the course, students in Visual Arts are expected...

Ferriero finishes working on her laptop in the seating area of the counseling portable.

Ferriero Returns To the R

Izzy Rivers, Staff Writer March 15, 2022

After the previous Guidance Counselor for last names L-Z left Robinson, a former Knight returns. Ferriero started teaching at Robinson in 2019, moved to Sumner High School for a year and a half, and now...

A sunset overlooks Lido Key Beach in Sarasota, Florida.

Cheap Activities To Do Over Spring Break

Cecilia Cheng, A&E Editor March 4, 2022

If you are anything like me, you probably are broke with only $20 left in your bank account. With Spring break quickly approaching, we all want to get out of our house and have some fun. Here's a list...

Image depicting the entrance to Sparrows felt art instillation, Tampa Fresh Foods.

“Tampa Fresh Foods” May Be Inedible, But It Looks Delicious

Charlotte Stone, Features Editor February 27, 2022

Over the past few weeks, it seems like everyone has been to the art exhibit in Downtown Tampa that resembles a grocery store only it's made entirely out of felt. These felt grocery aisles have been popping...

Trophies showcasing Latins previous regional wins.

Latin Club Gets the Dub

Vikram Sambasivan, News Editor February 18, 2022

Robinson's very own Latin Club won first place overall at the regional level of Latin Forum for the ninth consecutive time on Saturday, Feb. 5. Considering Robinson’s history of winning at these competitions...

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