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After the children are seated at their appropriate spots for lunch, the high school student-teachers go around to each of their assigned preschoolers to fill out a form regarding their day “We have a Sunshine Report where we have to ask them about their day and what they have been doing,” sophomore student-teacher Mayson Cooney said. “We also fill out a lunch form where we record what they are eating and how much of it. It’s important for their parents, so that their parents know what they did during the day, how much of their lunch that they ate, and what they need to pack or not pack in the future.”

Little Patriot Lunch

Makayla Martindale, Staff Reporter
April 22, 2021
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Sophomore Rose Gardner is a member of the Police Explorers Program and currently holds the position of captain.

From CVS to Police Explorers

Mia Taylor, Journalism 1 Reporter
March 31, 2021
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On the Dec. 1 meeting, members chat with each other and Dr. Roy while enjoying activities. “We usually do activities that are either physical or little icebreakers,” Ortega said. “Sometimes, actually, we started this, Dr. Roy has been doing a little short on ‘did you know about this’, but it’s for underlooked gay people, LGBT people that get underlooked and shrouded by history, so we’re doing that to inform other people as well. Sometimes we’ll have serious days. We’ll just stop, sit, and talk about whatever’s in our mind, spread awareness and whatnot.”

GSA Rebrand

Faith Shimick, Staff Reporter
March 24, 2021
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Depicts Cuddle Kit and items included.

Fostering hope

Kyra Martin, Staff Reporter
March 7, 2021
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The 2021 senior class will  graduate at the University of Central Florida's Football Stadium on Monday, May 24. The day that seniors have been waiting for has gone through multiple phases of planning, coming to a conclusion that will meet the needs of all students and families.

Senior send off

Kyra Martin, Staff Reporter
March 5, 2021
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Senior Justin Keyt marks off measurements before the woodshop class lays new flooring. “This project was helpful because it introduced us to flooring,” Keyt said. “It was also special because most projects we do are for other parts of the campus, the new floors are in our shop.”

Underneath the stadium: Woodshop class

Julia Hubbell, Staff Reporter
February 23, 2021
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Student Body President and Vice President Ike Schiller and Tess Trimble along with Ms. Audra Greuel showing their school spirit wearing their Beat Lake Mary t-shirts.

Ike Schiller: Student Body President

Erin Huguenin, Staff Reporter
November 18, 2020
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Arwady gets ready to participate in a Civil War reenactment on Oct. 5, 2019. “[My favorite war to reenact] is the Civil War because it’s an important shift in our country’s history,” Arwady said.

Reliving history: Brandon Arwady

Yelena Tighiouart, Copy Editor
November 5, 2020
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This week’s project was to make a paper-plate portrait of themselves. Students start this project by gathering materials to mather their hair color, eye color, as well as blending colors to match their skin tone.

Early childhood gets crafty

Julia Hubbell, Staff Reporter
November 1, 2020
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