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What Chiefs Can Do to Help The Bahamas Recover

What Chiefs Can Do to Help The Bahamas Recover

Karen Portillo and Lauren Klemowich

September 6, 2019

Reaching sustained winds of 185 mph, Hurricane Dorian made landfall as the strongest hurricane to have ever hit the Bahamas. On Wednesday, the death toll rose to 20 and is expected to rise as recovery continues. President Trump discussed his plans to send help to the Bahamas such as sending helicopters...

After Hurricane Update

After Hurricane Update

Sarah Winters, Staff Writer

September 5, 2019

All sports are postponed till next week and the Home Game this Friday is canceled.  Elections for class officers for Sophomore and Senior positions are to be held on the 9th.  Club Rush has been moved to September 12th.  Open House has been rescheduled for the 17th of September.  T...

Dorian on Our Doorstep

Dorian on Our Doorstep

Ricardo Rios, Staff Writer

August 29, 2019

Many have heard by now that Florida is on the path of a colossal hurricane. As of August 28, Hurricane Dorian is off the coast of Puerto Rico and seems to be headed on a path straight to Florida. It's predicted to get even bigger once it reaches us and the forecast said it could grow as large as a category...

Dress Code Petition: Big Changes to Come?

Dress Code Petition: Big Changes to Come?

Sarah Winters, Staff Writer

August 23, 2019

In recent days, many students have heard of the ‘Santaluces Dress Code Petition’  that has been sweeping student social media accounts. This petition is trying to change the current dress code to a BBNG (Breasts, Butts, Nipples, Genitals) dress code, which allows students to wear ripped jeans, ...

Mental Health Awareness Day

Mental Health Awareness Day

Shaina Francis, Staff Writer

May 24, 2019

On May 22, Student Government hosted an event to raise awareness for the importance of mental health. Informational signs and booklets were placed around so that students could learn about the possible signs of poor mental health. They could also learn about ways to cope with anxiety and Early Childhood...

conGRADulations to the Class of 2019

conGRADulations to the Class of 2019

Hailey Velong, Staff Photographer

May 16, 2019

The Class of 2019 has officially graduated! We're excited to see what's in store for your future!

Senior Awards Night

Senior Awards Night

Hailey Velong, Staff Photographer

May 9, 2019

Seniors were presented with awards last night during a beautiful ceremony.      

Teachers Acting on HB7123

Teachers Acting on HB7123

Christopher Vargas, Entertainment Editor

May 3, 2019

If you were like many teachers and Florida voters last November, you expected change toward increased taxes to fund public schools which would favor their teachers. Instead of only public schools receiving the funding to increase teacher pay, increase security and supplement school therapists, sena...

Our Reefs are as Stressed as You Are

Our Reefs are as Stressed as You Are

Kailyn Licari, Staff Writer

May 3, 2019

    If you’ve ever been to a Florida beach you may have come across small pieces of coral when walking along the sand. Now normally they’re white which some may think is just the coral’s natural color when it’s actually not. The white color means the coral is stressed, yes, stressed. You may be...

Mothers Against Drunk Driving

Mothers Against Drunk Driving

Gabrielle Villanueva, Staff Writer

May 3, 2019

This is an organization that stands for Mothers Against Drunk Driving. The organization started in 1980 where a group of mothers started an action to change the statistics of teens dying because of being intoxicated while driving or with a drunk driver. A speaker came to Santaluces to talk about t...

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