In the past seven days, the Florida Department of Health reported 289,204 new COVID-19 cases, a 33 percent decrease from the previous week and the
With the recent uptick in COVID cases and the new Omicron variant, concerns have been raised regarding the future of our country, state, and schools.
The Issue at Hand It’s no surprise that since the beginning of the pandemic, the vaccine has been searched for by scientists all around the
Hate crimes against Asian Americans have been on a sharp rise since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. An 84 year old Thai man died
Starting May 1st, All Adults Will Be Eligible for the COVID-19 Vaccine President Joe Biden announced that all adults will be eligible to be vaccinated
December 11, 2020, was a day that will go down in history as panic, hope, confusion, eagerness, and every other emotion imaginable filled the nation.
President Trump officially signed the second coronavirus stimulus and government funding bill into law. Continue reading for a breakdown of what is to be expected.
By Mya Paniagua A new strain linked to COVID-19 has been discovered throughout the United Kingdom and as of the beginning of January, has been
SAT Testing Is No Longer The Same As early as freshman year, the SAT, formally known as the Scholastic Assessment Test, is advertised to students
FSPA Contest With every passing month, students and teachers alike can agree that this pandemic has caused many doors to close, and the opportunities to