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Annotations are more harmful than helpful

Nicole Perdigon, News Editor

September 24, 2018

Going through any Robinson hallway, you'll hear IB students gripe about the amount of annotations they have to do, with good reason. Annotations are labeled as an assignment that is crucial for building life skills when in reality, life would continue on if annotations were never even a thing. They are...

Teachers quit, leaving students in the dark

Lucas Long ('19), a student in the honors physics class, chats with his classmates while one substitute, of many, prepares to call roll.

Morgan Brazier, Staff writer

January 16, 2018

As students and teachers return from their winter break, many prepare to face less than ideal circumstances due to the loss of multiple teachers at Robinson. After the retirement of reading teacher Polly Demma and the resignation of mythology teacher Rachel Zwiselberger, Robinson administration had...

Students rally together for teacher diagnosed with cancer

Timothy Chang ('18) holds a bag full of paper notes that students have written to DiFederico.

Ashlea Daniels, Staff Writer

December 1, 2016

Update 8:47 a.m., Dec. 6 : For information about how donate to DiFederico, please click here. On Monday, Nov. 28, there was a sea of pink to be seen at Robinson High School. Junior IB English teacher Susan DiFederico received a breast cancer diagnosis during the Thanksgiving break. While student...

Presentations Help Culture and Literature Combine

Sophie DeAnnuntis ('17) tries some Japanese Ramen that the characters in Kitchen ate.

Leana Pustam, Perspectives Editor

November 3, 2015

Last week, IB English teacher Susan DiFederico's students began their presentations on Kitchen by Banana Yoshimoto, a love story centered around a woman named Mikage who lives in Tokyo and has a strong interest in kitchens. The purpose of these presentations was to understand the viewpoint of Yoshimoto an...

Baaaaad Valentine’s Day Poem Contest Winners

Baaaaad Valentine's Day Poem Contest Winners

Leana Pustam, Staff Writer

February 17, 2015

As the spirit of Valentine's Day comes to a close, English teacher Mary Bell announced today during lunch the winners of this year's Baaaaad Valentine's Day Poem Contest. 25 finalists were announced, along with a top three. All three students had Bell, who required her students to submit a poem, as a ...

New to School: Emma Fee

New to School: Emma Fee

Isabel Hanewicz, RHStoday Editor-In-Chief

August 20, 2014

Who: Emma Fee What: New English One and Semantics and Logic teacher Education: USF Prior Experience: Two years of teaching senior and freshman English at Tampa Bay Tech High School. Hobbies: Running, she is girls' track coach at RHS. Favorite Things to Teach:  Writing and Film Why ...

Teacher Feature| Maureen Pelamati

Teacher Feature| Maureen Pelamati

Samantha Verdisco, Staff Writer

May 28, 2014

Maureen Pelamati, the the multi-talented Language Arts teacher, originally grew up in Akron, Ohio. Pelamati graduated from Coventry High School and attended Wright State University. Later, she transferred to Kent State University and earned a theater degree. When it comes to her schedule outside of the classroom, Pelama...

Teacher Feature| Ann Petersen

Teacher Feature| Ann Petersen

Sam Verdisco, Staff Writer

May 15, 2014

Traveling as far as Canada to Florida, language teacher Ann Petersen has found her home in more than one place, let alone country. As a student, she was enrolled in the arts program at Mayfield Secondary School located in Ontario, Canada. Petersen later attended Wilfred Laurie University in Water...

Teacher Feature| Sharon Lee

Teacher Feature| Sharon Lee

Emily Draper and Natalia Ayoub

May 14, 2014

English teacher Sharon Lee has a passion for reading and music.

Teacher Feature| Rebekah Buskirk

Rebekah Buskirk teaches English 2 Honors and English 3

Renee Matamba, Staff Writer

May 7, 2014

Junior and Sophomore English teacher Rebekah Buskirk is a very young hearted teacher here at Robinson High School. She attended Mena High School in the small town of Mena, Arkansas. She later went on to study at the University of North Texas, where she majored in Education, for her 4 year degree. As the time wen...

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