Oviedo Journalism

Spring week springs new traditions

Emma Yost, Online editor

January 23, 2019

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WEB EXCLUSIVE At the end of January, Oviedo High School will be having its first ever Spring Week. The dress up days include floral prints, dress up as a teacher, class day, meme day, and a pep rally on Friday to top it off. ...

Teachers offer various forms of extra credit in class

Emma Yost, Online editor

December 14, 2018

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This story was originally published in the third edition of The Lion’s Tale (December 7, 2018). Students love extra credit. It can boost a grade quickly, but sometimes it takes a lot of effort to finish an essay or project. S...

English course enrollment shifts due to senior project

Abbie Wydra, Entertainment editor

December 12, 2018

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This story was originally published in the third edition of The Lion’s Tale (December 7, 2018). The senior project is something every student at Oviedo High School hears about their freshman year. It’s a massive project ...

Same teacher, new experiences

Jocye Ng, Opinion Editor

November 30, 2018

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This story was originally published in the second edition of The Lion’s Tale (October 24, 2018). High school is filled with coming-of-age stories, through stress, successes, and failures that both students and teachers go throu...

Remembering Stan Lee, creator of Marvel Comics

Brenden Graves, Reporter

November 28, 2018

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WEB EXCLUSIVE Marvel icon and comic book mastermind, Stan Lee, died on November 12, 2018. He died at 95 years old in Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA. This effected fans from all over the world, as Stan Lee created the es...

Growing Pains

Saadhana Sridharan, News Editor

November 12, 2018

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This story was originally published in the second edition of The Lion’s Tale (October 24, 2018). Oviedo’s small-town, family-friendly atmosphere has been revered for years. The historical landmarks that dot the landsca...

Seeing yellow

Nevada Cullen, Sports Editor

October 8, 2018

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This story was originally published in the first edition of The Lion’s Tale (September 18, 2018). The color yellow is a symbol of happiness, hope and positivity. Recently, it has been the color unifying and strengthening...

TV production wins national recognition

Danielle Griffiths, Features Editor

May 14, 2018

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This story was originally published in the fifth edition of The Lion’s Tale (March 27th, 2018). Every year, WROR-TV students travel to the Student Television Network (STN) convention, and they hit the ground running with a Crazy 8 ...

WROR TV travels to Nashville for competition

Danielle Griffiths, Features Editor

March 13, 2018

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WEB EXCLUSIVE Every year, over 3,000 students travel from all over the United States, gathering on either the west or east coast for the Student Television Network (STN) convention. This year’s event takes place for the WROR...

Positive people fight for happiness

Danielle Griffiths, Features Editor

March 5, 2018

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WEB EXCLUSIVE Times Square lights up with joy as millions of people count down to the New Year each December. This is a moment of happiness for many, but this happiness is no longer ranking the same as it once did. In 2007, t...

Parents, students consider impact of Code Red drills

Bryn Garick, Online Editor

February 22, 2018

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WEB EXCLUSIVE The shooting at Majory Stoneman Douglass High school was only a 3 hour drive from Oviedo—too close to home for many OHS families. “With each mass shooting that happens, the reality comes just a little bit cl...

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