Author Archives: Aalianna Augustin

Palmetto Club Competes in HOSA Competition

HOSA is an international student organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE) Division of ACTE. HOSA stands for Health Occupations Students of America. On April 17 members of the PHS HOSA club competed at the State Leadership Conference (SLC 2023) in Orlando. They are: Yilhia Alamo: competed in Physical therapy. Yazmeen

Construction Takes Over Palmetto High School

Over spring break, Palmetto High School buildings six and nine were torn down. Buildings six and nine were torn down due to the new cafeteria being built on the same site of buildings six and nine. “When it’s finished and we have a new cafeteria, then we will go back and tear down the old

Massive 7.8 earthquake strikes Turkey and Syria

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Turkey and Syria. This earthquake is very devastating for those living in Turkey and Syria. “I feel bad for those suffering in Turkey and Syria. I can’t imagine losing my home, friends, and family to such a devastating and terrifying natural disaster” said Ava Foley. The 7.8 magnitude Turkey-Syria earthquake

Tigers Read to Panthers

The Palmetto High Key Club held a literacy night at Palm View Elementary. This literacy night was very fun for the students at Palm View. This event happened on January 25 at 8:45 a.m to 10 a.m. Seven students, along with teachers, from the Palmetto High Key Club read books to nine classes of kindergarten

Christmas Break

Since Christmas Break is upcoming, the students of Palmetto High are very excited for their break! The first interview is from Charlize Miller, a tenth grade student from Palmetto High, “Charlize plans to enjoy time with my family for Christmas.” Charlize’s and her family traditions every Christmas are to “cook certain dishes like, turkey, glazed

Key Club

The key club is defined as a “foster service and leadership for high school students. Students work on various service projects in different capacities to fill the needs of the community.”   The Key club started the second week of school. The key club meets every Tuesday after school in the media center where they