• All Florida schools close for remainder of the year
  • Tampa currently under stay-at-home order due to COVID-19
  • Graduation moved to virtual ceremony
  • Yearbooks are $95

A practical prom

Sophia Crassas ('20) and Kaitlyn Patterson ('20) stand in front of their house in their dresses while their parents capture the moment.

Ava Hogan, Staff Writer

May 20, 2020

With everything that's happening in the world, it's easy for the smaller things, like prom, to go overlooked. But, our seniors and juniors refused to let COVID-19 interfere with some of their last high school memories. Jules Whitaker ('20) celebrated her last prom with her cousin Lauren Whitaker....

How to do prom at home

Lindsey Chadwick, Staff Writer

April 29, 2020

Prom was supposed to be this weekend but there are still ways to have some fun on this night. Even though prom is not going to be in a room filled with loud music and sweaty people, you can still have a memorable one that no one has ever had before. Here are some ideas to have a fun and memorable pr...

How to show your support for healthcare workers

Healthcare workers receive free food from a restaurant in Los Angeles.

Anna Woodward, Online Managing Editor

April 15, 2020

Healthcare workers are fighting tirelessly on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis and now more than ever before, it's important to show our appreciation for them. Here are some ways that you can give back to and support healthcare workers in your community and globally. Have UberEats or anot...

How to effectively study in quarantine

RHSToday staffer Olivia Godinez's current quarantine workspace.

Via Godinez, Staff Writer

April 14, 2020

With the recent COVID-19 situation, the government has encouraged those who can to work from home. This means that schools have shut down and switched to online learning platforms. With all the madness and confusion, integrating into at home learning can be a struggled. But don't you worry, I'm here...

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 ('20) takes the field to perform the halftime show during the Newsome football game.

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

Senora Robles, the proud winner of the Diversity Educator of the Year award

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...

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