Campus News articles

Class Rank – The results are in!

Class rank is a way to measure how your academic achievements stack up against your peers. Schools calculate a student’s class rank by taking their GPA and assessing it in relation to individuals from the same graduating class. The higher your GPA the higher your ranking. The difficulty level of classes is usually taken into account,

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

Snowball Compliments

On Friday, January 20 SAVE Promise Club had a “snowball compliment day”. SAVE (stands for Students Against Violence Everywhere) is a new club decided on promoting and making all students feel included, so that violence caused by bullying and other issues can be prevented. People in all lunches had the opportunity to write a positive

North Pole Trip

Last Friday, Kiwanis International, which includes Palmetto High’s Key Club, participated in this year’s North Pole Express event in Parrish. The event offered plenty of sights to see, including a Christmas tree surrounded by plenty of campfires to sit down and enjoy some freshly cooked s’mores. There were workshops such as the elf’s workshop where

Midterm Stress

It’s that time of year again- with the holidays also comes midterms.   Trying to balance semester exams with the usual schoolwork, home life, and sports can make life more stressful than anything. Here are some tips to get around that and to prevent that stress from building. Ryan Hansen, sophomore, shares ways to study that

Foreign Students at PHS

Palmetto High School is a place with a lot of diversity. Many people may wonder how life is for students who come from different countries. Here are their stories… Aleksandra Rogacheva Yurievna / 17-year-old / 11th grade / Russia What is the thing you like the most and the least of schools in the United

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

Another Hurricane?!

With Hurricane Nicole coming from the East of Florida and moving Northwest, she affected Palmetto High School and the rest of Manatee county from having school on Thursday and the play-offs last Friday. Alexa Lane said, “I hope we don’t get school Thursday because this is too much, I need sleep.” When asked, “What if

Interact at Palmetto

2022-23 school year students now have a new club in stock, that club being Interact club. Interact club is a club founded by rotary international back on November 5th, 1962.  The club hosts at least 2 events every year, one of those events aimed towards supporting either the school or the community, while the other event

Students Ponder What Art Means to Them in Arts Advocacy Event

Oct. 17 was the artwork request deadline for the Arts Rise and Shine Leadership Breakfast. The Arts Rise and Shine Leadership Breakfast is a large Arts advocacy event put on by the Manatee Arts Education Council. It includes district leaders, school principals and board members, and community advocates. The artwork donated will be presented as