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How To Prevent Car Break-ins

Each year, $1.255 billion in personal items are stolen from vehicles in about 1.85 million thefts; and for every theft, experts estimate, there are several break-ins and attempted break-ins. An immense reason why there are car break-ins are from unlocked doors. Even if you aren’t going to be away from your vehicle for very long,

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Not Ghetto Palmetto

Recently, as many are aware, Palmetto High has been gifted with a technology grant. With this grant, teachers who do not have access to a ceiling projector received smart TVs. The 65 inch smart TVs have taken over many Palmetto classrooms. This grant has allowed Palmetto to take a step in the right direction and

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Spotlight Athlete: Kenny Brown

On Friday, February 9th, Palmetto High School’s Varsity Basketball team said farewell to their four year player, Kenny Brown. The Tigers took on the Southeast High School Seminoles for senior night and won 80-71. In the first few minutes of the game, the Tigers were trailing behind the Seminoles, but came back to lead for

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Palmetto High School Signing Day

Wednesday, February 7, was National Signing Day. Signing Day is usually the first Wednesday in February where High School seniors sign a letter of intent to show family and friends where they will be attending for the next four years. Although most seniors wait to sign on Signing Day,  some seniors also do early signing.

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Boys’ Varsity Soccer Wins District Final

The boys’ soccer team defeated Braden River High School 6-1 tonight at Buffalo Creek Park. Senior Ty Dolan scored three goals, with Emmanuel Martinez, Jorge Morales, and John Reynold all scoring one goal each. The boys will now advance to the region playoffs at home. Their quarterfinal game will be played this Wednesday  against Naples

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The Year of the Tiger

It’s November and that means fall sports are back in session! Palmetto High School has a very good sports program and are very excited to get their fall sports back into full swing. Palmetto High’s fall sports consist of both boys and girls basketball, weight lifting, and soccer. This year Palmetto’s weight lifting team has had

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