The Student News Site of Steinbrenner High School

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The Student News Site of Steinbrenner High School

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The Student News Site of Steinbrenner High School

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8th graders file into Steinbrenner high schools gym to watch the high schooler put on many amazing performances. They learned about the multiple high school clubs they will be able to choose from. Photo courtesy of Madeleine Moreno

Warriors Give a Warm Welcome to Incoming 8th Graders

On February 22, 2023, the first ever 8th grade Club Rush gave incoming high school students the chance to interact with and learn about the directors and members of the different clubs available on school...

Warriors Against Cancer held a restaurant giveback night at Blaze Pizza on Jan 31st. They donated a percentage of money from the orders to LLS foundation.nPhoto courtesy of warriors.against.cancer Instagram page.

Warriors Against Cancer Club Raising Money for LLS

Malia Kirschman, Staff writer / March 2, 2023

           The WAC or warriors against cancer club helps raise awareness about different cancers, the patients, and helps donate money to different organizations to help cure cancer. Some of our...

This year, Steinbrenners varsity colorguard team put in the work and won first place at the FFCC competition at Seminole High School. Winning the first-place trophy is a major event in this year’s season and will push them all the way to the championships at Daytona Beach later this school year. Photo courtesy of Steinbrenner Color Guards Instagram.

Varsity Color Guard Wins First at FFCC Competition

Olivia Montgomery, Opinion editor / February 23, 2023

On the weekend of February 11, 2023, Steinbrenner's varsity color guard team competed at Seminole High School in the Florida Federation of Colorguards Circuit (FFCC), and for the first time in school history...

 Model UN students pose after opening ceremonies, ready to go to their first committee session. Over the span of five days, club members spent time in Boston developing their diplomatic skills. Photo courtesy of Kelly Miliziano.

Model United Nations Takes a Trip to Harvard MUN

Ava Combs and Saulė Kondra / February 20, 2023

From January 25th to 29th, the Steinbrenner Model United Nations Club attended their annual national conference in Boston, Massachusetts. For the 33 students who participated, they had the opportunity...

Olivia Pages, a senior at Steinbrenner, completes a graduating early agreement paper. Filling this form out is one of the first steps to being able to graduate early. Photo courtesy of Ava Combs.

Students Walk Graduation Stage Early

Alyssa Galang, Staff Writer / December 14, 2022

It’s a common stereotype that high school is the best four years of your life, but some students would rather graduate early. In order to graduate early, there are numerous requirements a student must...

Steinbrenner Sophomores Ava Gelyon, Ian St. John, Lilly Mccormack, and Juniors Jillian Towe, Renata Blatt compete at the FFA nationals. At the convention Steinbrenner was awarded a trophy for winning 3rd place for their presentation and a plaque for being a 3-star chapter. Photo courtesy of Jessica Switzer.

Steinbrenner FFA Goes to Nationals and Wins Their Presentation and Chapter

Brielle Neylan / December 5, 2022

     From October 25-29th Steinbrenner participated in FFA nationals in Indianapolis, Indiana, where they qualified for growing leaders with a brain eating amoeba awareness project. “The national...

The senior class senators pose with the spirit stick. This is the fourth year in a row that the class of 2023 has won the spirit stick, with many naming it the 4-peat. Photos courtesy of Emily Schoessler.

Class of 2023 Takes Home the Spirit Stick for a 4-peat

Zach Babajanof-Rustrian, Broadcast Editor / December 2, 2022

Ever since 2009, when Steinbrenner High School opened, the spirit stick is something that the Steinbrenner Senate has to represent which class that year had the most school spirit during homecoming week....

The updated bell schedule at Steinbrenner Highschool displays the changes in class times.   The schedule times were released after teachers voted for more time in 7th period. Photo Courtesy of Lily Moore.

Students, teachers ring in a new bell schedule

Lily Moore / November 30, 2022

Since Thursday October 20th, Steinbrenner's bell schedule has been changed. After the morning show was cut post quarantine, it was decided that second period did not need the extra eight minutes. Administrators...

Senior Hailey Andrews is putting her artwork of her friend and dog onto a new program. She is going to turn her drawing into an animation in Digital Art two, which is one of the performing arts classes in Steinbrenner. Photo Courtesy of Lisa Donat.

Programming Sheets are Out and Students Wonder What Counts as Performing Arts

Lisa Donat / November 30, 2022

During the last week of October, programming sheets have been given to all freshmen, sophomores, and juniors to select their classes for the next school year- 2023 to 2024. Each of those students must...

Junior Christian Daru drops his group’s Barbie off the top of the balcony in front of the media center. Daru and his group were able to win the second round of the competition. Photo courtesy of Zach Babajanof-Rustrian.

AP Statistics Students Let Barbies Take a Leap of Faith

Zach Babajanof-Rustrian, Broadcast Editor / October 13, 2022

On Oct. 4, anyone walking out of the guidance office was at risk of having a Barbie doll dropped on their head. For the last four years, AP Statistics teacher Marie Puskas, has held a competition- that...

Co-founder Violet Prince hands out lettuce for students to sample. This was the first ever meeting for Lettuce Club, which proved to be a great success. Photo Courtesy of Prahas Kandukuri. 

‘Lettuce Club’ Brings New Opportunities to the Table in the 2022-2023 School Year

At the start of the new school year, Juniors Alexa Gilland and Violet Prince came to the decision to form a club never seen before at Steinbrenner. To the surprise of many, Lettuce Club quickly became...

Hillsborough County School Board debates alternative solutions to solve the teacher shortage endemic that is sweeping the county especially after the millage law was rejected, denying teachers a salary increase. In previous years, teacher to student ratios were never as low as they are today with classes overwhelmed and crowded which has placed immense stress on teachers and their responsibilities. Courtesy of Tampa Bay Times.

Hillsborough County Believes Four Day Weeks Will Make Teachers Flock to Schools

Liv Pages, Website Manager / October 12, 2022

Hillsborough County Superintendent of Schools Addison Davis is considering radical solutions to the teacher shortage including adopting a four day school week after the millage property tax bill was rejected...

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