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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
On Friday, Sept. 18 Seminole Connect junior Student Life Editor Andrea Sumner video calls with sophomore staff member Kylie Johnson. They collaborate on ideas for their yearbook pages while Yearbook Advisor Katherine Turkelson looks on. Since Sumner is a Seminole Connect student, individual video calls are the easiest way for her to communicate with classmates in school.

Publications during a pandemic

Grace Stoker, Sports Editor
October 23, 2020
Seniors Shelby Gay and Tyla Hall at Universal Studios.

Theme Parks amidst Covid-19

Erin Huguenin, Staff Reporter
October 14, 2020
Featured here is Kendall’s Depop, the platform on which she sells her earrings. As of September 22 she features all these earrings for sale to the public,  with custom orders available.

Kendall Beck Earrings

Rylee Malloy, Staff Reporter
October 11, 2020
Senior Shelby Gay poses at her workplace, Chick-fil-a, in her uniform and mask.

Working through a pandemic

Kyra Martin, Staff Reporter
October 6, 2020
The student section cheers on the varsity football team on Thursday, Sept. 17. Face masks were encouraged in the stands, but social distancing was not enforced. The varsity football team suffered a narrow loss against Lake Mary High School and the final score was 15-14.

How safe are sports?

Grace Stoker, Sports Editor
October 4, 2020
Students in Mr. Kupffer's third period class are quite close during COVID-19. This is just part of working out the setbacks during the pandemic this school year.

Quarantined But Not Sick

Rylee Malloy, Staff Reporter
September 30, 2020
Girls lacrosse is just one of the spring sports that was interrupted by the spreading pandemic, COVID-19. A game tradition for the girls lacrosse teams was for the starting lineup to run by their teammates and hit sticks with them when their name was called over the speaker. Before the game on Feb. 27, junior Jaylee Ault ran past her teammates and onto Tom Storey Field. “It gives me motivation to play the rest of the game and it makes me realize that the hard work is paying off,” Ault said.

The impact of COVID-19 on sports

Joelle Wittig, Editor-in-Chief
April 3, 2020
On april 3, Junior Shelby Brunson sits at home and browses on Netflix in search of a TV show or movie to occupy her time in quarantine. All school systems in Seminole County have begun digital learning, and will do so for the duration of April. Due to student’s surge in free time, many have found fun and creative ways to stay busy.

Staff Pick: Streaming is Believing

Shelby Brunson, Opinion's Editor
April 3, 2020
Senior Anisa Velazquez uses her newfound free time at home to try painting.

Staff Pick: Painting

Anisa Velazquez, Features Editor
April 3, 2020
Senior Craig Cherubin puts his skills in the kitchen to use to make an English Muffin Panini.

Quarantine Kitchen

Anisa Velazquez, Features Editor
April 3, 2020
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