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Robinson’s former teachers: where are they now?

Robinson's former teachers: where are they now?

Meena Vasquez, A&E Editor

October 15, 2020

After the summer of 2020, a lot of Robinson's teachers have left. Whether it was to retire or to search for new opportunities, they've finally flew the RHS nest.  Even the ones, who have stuck with us for the longest, such as Mr. Simmons and Mr. Kaloostian, have finally departed our school. So where...

Horiszny gains fame through fitness

Bella Horizny ('22) has become

Ella Wertz, News and Features Editor

October 9, 2020

Another TikTok star walks the halls of Robinson High School. Over quarantine, junior Bella Horiszny's  TikTok platform has grown greatly. Horiszny's account, @bellahoriszny, has amassed over 224.6K followers and 6.9 million likes. Horiszny began making workout content on March 27th with her first...

Q&A: Sanford takes a leave of absence

This pre-COVID picture displays Sanford standing proudly in her classroom.

Ella Wertz, News and Features Editor

September 30, 2020

COVID-19 has forced many people to make many life altering decisions, including SL IB Biology teacher Sarah Sanford. Sanford has decided to take a leave of absence from Robinson High School to ensure her and her family's safety during the pandemic. RHSToday interviewed Sanford to take a deeper look into...

Fabian rises to Junior Civitan International President

Ethan Fabian ('21)'s headshot for his position as Junior Civitan International President.

Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief

September 18, 2020

Ethan Fabian joined Robinson's Junior Civitan club in ninth grade with encouragement from his older sister. He never expected that three years later-his senior year-he would be helping lead the organization as International President. Fabian's role extends across North America, working with peers...

Rohan Joshi gives back to TGH families

The collected supplies after being prepared for donation to the TGH clinic.

Amelia Foster, Print Managing Editor

September 8, 2020

With the recent start of the school year, many families are in need of supplies they're unable to readily access because of the pandemic. Robinson senior Rohan Joshi started a project over the summer to provide aid to these impacted families, collecting donations to benefit the Tampa General Hospital...

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...

Tiffany Oliver gets the seal of approval

Tiffany Oliver shows off her PAEMST award. She recently won these awards in Washington D.C.

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 works with the cast to craft a scene from his play, Dystopia: A Teen Parody.

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

Ms.Brown got a kick out of Spirit Week!

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...

A Q&A with Luis Suarez, the new AP for Administration

Luis Suarez in his office.

Amelia Foster, A&E Editor, Multimedia Editor

September 6, 2019

Luis Suarez is Robinson's new Assistant Principal for Administration, replacing Niki Lockett. RHSToday sat down with him to learn more. Q: What was your previous job? A: I was at Chamberlain High School for three years and I was the Assistant Principal for Student Affairs. Q: When did you learn...

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