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SCPS immunizes teachers as part of vaccination effort
SCPS immunizes teachers as part of vaccination effort
Patrick Costello, Editor-in-chief • February 13, 2021

This story was originally published in the fourth edition of The Lion’s Tale (February 7, 2021). The Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) December emergency approval of two vaccines against the coronavirus, one developed...

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Courtesy of ZeroEyes
OHS tests new ‘Zeroeyes’ AI weapon detection system
Emma Tagye and Patrick Costello February 13, 2021

This story was originally published in the fourth edition of The Lion’s Tale (February 7, 2021). Oviedo High School (OHS) has introduced a new weapon detection system called ZeroEyes, which uses artificial intelligence...

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Students experience virus safety changes firsthand at workplaces
Students experience virus safety changes firsthand at workplaces
Penelope Banks, Reporter • February 13, 2021

This story was originally published in the fourth edition of The Lion’s Tale (February 7, 2021). The coronavirus pandemic has forced businesses to make numerous changes to their day-to-day operations, including safety...

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Boys’ basketball looks to finish season strong
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...

Some sports don’t get attention they deserve

December 19, 2020

This story was originally published in the third edition of The Lion’s Tale (December 9, 2020). When OHS goes to play, we come back with a victory or a lesson. This year, we have more victories than...

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Mahomes should have been awarded MVP
Mahomes should have been awarded MVP
Vincent Crook, Reporter • 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...

Time comes to disregard others’ opinions
Time comes to disregard others’ opinions
Kait Peterson, Sports editor • February 13, 2021

This story was originally published in the fourth edition of The Lion’s Tale (February 7, 2021). High school has a reputation for being a place where drama and judgemental behavior flourish,  and unfortunately,...

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2020 at a glance

Hannah Warrner and Ashlee Ross
February 18, 2021

This story was originally published in the fourth edition of The Lion’s Tale (February 7, 2021). Overall, 2020 was a rollercoaster of a year. From Kobe Bryant’s devastating death to the tragic wildfires in Australia and California, it didn’t always look like we’d make it to the end. Looking back, we had no idea of the events that were to come when we were counting down to the new year in Dec....

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Homecoming celebrations provide reprieve from difficult year

May Frangoul and Justina Nielsen
December 19, 2020

This story was originally published in the third edition of The Lion’s Tale (December 9, 2020). Every year during the month of October, Oviedo High School holds its yearly homecoming court. The homecoming court process involves students in each grade first nominating a male and female student they would want on the court. Next, the male and female students who were nominated the most move on to...

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May Frangoul and Justina Nielsen
December 19, 2020

This story was originally published in the third edition of The Lion’s Tale (December 9, 2020). The time alone in quarantine has forced people to confront some difficult moments in their past. The theater department, under the direction of Tim Carter, put on a piece of verbatim theater, drama that uses an interview as their script, to shine a light on some of the mental health struggles that are going on around campus. Due to COVID restrictions however, the play will be broadcasted digitally...

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