Via Godinez, Opinion Editor
September 10, 2020
I'm sure we can all agree that COVID-19 hasn't made life easy for anyone. The decision to send students and staff back to school "brick and mortar" wasn't easy to make, but the school district did their best to make the environment as safe as possible. So...why didn't they require COVID tests for...
Ethan Adair, Senior Multimedia Staff
September 9, 2020
Senior Multimedia Staff Ethan Adair interviews Ms. Brown, Mr. Smithers and Ms. Morman about what they're trying to do to keep the school safe.
Ella Wertz, News and Feature Editor
September 1, 2020
Due to COVID-19, Robinson made many changes to their protocol affecting the daily lives of students and faculty at school. In order to ensure safety, students and faculty are required to wear masks in every class and passing period excluding lunch. Most hallways are only one way to reduce traffic and...
Anna Woodward, Editor-in-Chief
August 28, 2020
With COVID-19 disrupting the traditional school experience, students have had to quickly adapt to eLearning. With many choosing to stay in eLearning and many choosing to go back in person, there's no doubt that this school year will be unprecedented in terms of what'll help students get through the year....
Jennifer Le, Online Managing Editor
August 27, 2020
The 2020-2021 school year began Aug. 24 and started with what Hillsborough County refers to as Smart Start Week. Following many new changes and safety measures set in place, RHSToday sat down with Principal Robert Bhoolai to ask some questions on what's to be expected as students return to school. Q: Wi...