Oviedo Journalism

Seniors share thoughts on modified graduation, prom plans
Penelope Banks and Nikta Daryadel April 8, 2021

This story was originally published in the fifth edition of The Lion’s Tale (March 26, 2021). Graduation Graduation is always a heavily anticipated event for the senior class. The ceremony is the culmination of four years...

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Board names Beamon superintendent after controversy
Patrick Costello, Editor-in-chief • April 8, 2021

This story was originally published in the fifth edition of The Lion’s Tale (March 26, 2021). The Seminole County School Board has named in-house attorney Serita Beamon the district’s next superintendent. Beamon, who...

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School searches for ways to adapt end-of-year activities
April 5, 2021

This story was originally published in the fifth edition of The Lion’s Tale (March 26, 2021). When the coronavirus upended the previous school year last March, few anticipated that it would still be a major obstacle...

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Boys’ basketball looks to finish season strong

Boys’ basketball looks to finish season strong

February 16, 2021

This story was originally published in the fourth edition of The Lion’s Tale (February 7, 2021). A loud bench, fast basketball and many buckets were promised by our boys’ varsity basketball team,...

Mahomes should have been awarded MVP

Mahomes should have been awarded MVP

February 16, 2021

This story was originally published in the fourth edition of The Lion’s Tale (February 7, 2021). The strange, and at times, surreal 2020 National Football League (NFL) regular season has come to an...

Soccer serves as anchor in life for girls’ varsity players

Soccer serves as anchor in life for girls’ varsity players

February 16, 2021

This story was originally published in the fourth edition of The Lion’s Tale (February 7, 2021). The Oviedo High School girls’ soccer team, currently 12-0-1, has achieved fifth place in MaxPreps’s...

Lacrosse looking to dominate after previous season cut short

Lacrosse looking to dominate after previous season cut short

February 16, 2021

This story was originally published in the fourth edition of The Lion’s Tale (February 7, 2021). As the spring sports season at Oviedo High School (OHS) approaches, and lacrosse season with it, both...

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Traditional holidays feature activities, celebrations
Elsa Mattson, Reporter • April 8, 2021

This story was originally published in the fifth edition of The Lion’s Tale (March 26, 2021). Being an exchange student means receiving a lot of questions. Most people do not know much, if anything,...

Why cost of college has skyrocketed in US
Veronika Maynard, Artist • April 7, 2021

College is overrated. But alas, for most people who wish for security in the job market, it is a necessity. A necessity that comes with loans and debt that takes years to pay off. One of the worst...

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Justina Nielsen and May Frangoul
April 11, 2021

This story was originally published in the fifth edition of The Lion’s Tale (March 26, 2021). For their final production of the year, the Oviedo High School (OHS) theater program is putting on a show of the 1999 musical Mamma Mia! Despite facing struggles along the way, they are developing a performance to remember. “Mostly in the beginning we rehearsed outside, and that was really hard because sometimes it was a lot hotter, and it was hard to get anything done because we were all sweaty,...

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Mackenzie Holmes, Reporter
April 11, 2021

This story was originally published in the fifth edition of The Lion’s Tale (March 26, 2021). Coach, teacher, husband, dad, and friend- these are some of the many roles Tyler Lampe plays in his family and community. Lampe, who is the offensive coordinator on the varsity football team, began this school year like any other, preparing students for the modern world through the digital information technology program at OHS. On the field, he focused on helping his players improve in hopes of enticing...

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Renovations bring new look, enthusiasm to campus

Hannah Warrner and Ashlee Ross
April 11, 2021

This story was originally published in the fifth edition of The Lion’s Tale (March 26, 2021). Over the past couple of months, Oviedo High School (OHS) has undergone some much needed upgrades and restorations. From the renovations in the band room to the resurfacing of the tennis courts, the campus is taking on a fresh, updated look. Students and teachers believe these improvements will...

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