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The Moment of Silence

The moment of silence is a new implementation that started at the beginning of the 2021-2022 school year. Every school day, the students of Florida stand in silence for a minute after the Pledge of Allegiance. It is a requirement for all students, and the student body of Palmetto High had received no explanation.  When interviewed about the reasons behind the moment of silence, Mr. Simmons, an

How do we keep our Tiger Pride?

If you know anything about Palmetto High, you know that the Tiger paws are what our school is known for. The tiger paws are what we have drawn on our campus in the hallways. However, these tiger paws and the paint have worn out. FBC Palmetto, a church in our local community, came one Saturday

Home Coming Week

Last week Palmetto High School                                          students celebrated Homecoming Week. The week was filled with daily themes, games, football and music. In general, several students seemed to appreciate the atmosphere, but others thought there might be ways to improve Home Coming Week, for next year.  The daily themes, for

2021 Homecoming Court

Palmetto High School finally announced on 10/8/21 the 12 seniors who made homecoming court. Their were 35 girls and 23 boys who ran. However only 6 girls and 6 boys can make court. All Palmetto High School students got the chance to vote who should make court. These are the final girls who made court

$800 raised for Aryana Santana & Family!

With the passing of Aryana Santana, both yearbook and newspaper classes came together and raised about $800 for the Santana family to use for the medical bills as well as supplies for her fundraiser lunch last Sunday afternoon. How was all this money raised so quickly? Margarita Bermudez, a good friend of Aryana Santana, said

In Memory of Aryana Santana

I’m sure many of you know by now about the untimely passing of Aryana Santana. While some publications would surely like to use this tragedy for less than noble purposes, I would like to take this time to honor her life. Specifically, the positive impact she had on the students and staff of Palmetto High

Normality of the 2021-2022 School Year

In Palmetto High School, the normality of the 2021-2022 school year is in peril. Students and staff alike have high hopes for some semblance of a typical school year, but that’s not promised.   Between covid restrictions going back into place and events possibly getting canceled, the fight for a standard school year is still ongoing.  “I feel like we’ll get back to normal

To All The Chocolate Lovers Out There…

To start out the 2021-22 school year, we have a chocolate sale happening that is put on by the JROTC program here at Palmetto High School. Basically, JROTC kids at Palmetto High carry a variety of chocolates around campus and sell it for a $1 to each student who wants one. This sale happens from August to early October. The money

Complaint Blog

It is the beginning of the school year and many people already have plenty to complain about. This is my fourth year here and many of the rules have changed dramatically. Some may benefit but others, honestly are a little unnecessary. By now, high schoolers should know how to control and behave themselves. There is

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