Month: October 2021

Florida Takes Steps To Remove FSA Standardized Testing

By James Grossman    In the state of Florida, all students in the third grade up to the tenth grade must take the Florida Standards Assessment (FSA), which tests students in writing, reading, and mathematics. These exams can be quite…

Joy Kim Starts New Asian Cultural Club at PVHS

By Emma Jabbour    Each year at Ponte Vedra High School, many new clubs are created by students. From charity-based to informative, the clubs at PVHS offer a wide array of activities for students of all interests to get involved in. This year, there…

Fantasy Football Week 4

By Ben Ritchie    Saquon Barkley had a great week against the Saints. Barkley had 52 rushing yards and a touchdown. He also caught five passes for 74 yards and a touchdown. Barkley totaled to 29.6 fantasy points. Barkley had…

Rachel Bacchus Reviews Marvel’s Shang-Chi

By Rachel Bacchus   When I first decided to review Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, I had made that decision off the grounds that the movie didn’t seem as if it was receiving much attention. I…

How Teens Treat Religion

By Avery Dasher    According to Pew Research Center, the word “God” can be found “…in each of the 50 state constitutions and nearly 200 times overall.” Religion has been woven into the foundations of the United States, and according…

China Places New Restrictions on Video Games

By Leila Wickliffe At the end of August, China’s video game regulator, the National Press and Publication Administration, imposed a video game ban on minors. According to Reuters minors can only play from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Fridays,…

Fantasy Football Week 3

By Ben Ritchie    There was another awesome performance from Cooper Kupp again. This man is tearing up the gridiron week after week, Cooper Kupp scored another 30 bomb. Kupp had nine receptions for 96 yards and two touchdowns against…

Dr. O on Ease of COVID Restrictions

By James Grossmann    During the 2020 to 2021 school year, high schools were faced with the problem of how to teach during the COVID-19 pandemic. With a risk of ­­the pandemic spreading through the school faculty and students, several…

What’s the best dip for your chip?

By Johnny Inama      One of the most commonly consumed foods in the entire world are chips. America alone consumes well over one billion pounds of chips per year, and it is one of, if not the most popular snacks…

All About SJCSD Driver’s Ed

By Oren Dajci    As high school students in the St. Johns County School District (SJCSD) approach legal driving age, many freshmen and sophomores are looking for instructors to teach them how to drive. While there are private driving schools,…