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How will COVID-19 go down in history?

By Roberto Lachner    There are events with which you can define time and life itself. Before and after. Moments which are so impactful that the changes that they caused are too significant to ignore. These are called “watershed” moments, and…

Important message to seniors on “Week on Wheels”

The following information is from Ponte Vedra High School administration with regards to instructions on how seniors are to transition out of school. – SCHEDULE FOR SHARK SENIOR WEEK ON WHEELS IS AS FOLLOWS BY LAST NAME: – MONDAY, MAY…

Sports world halts amid pandemic

By Evan Fleischer    As the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak increasingly spreads throughout the globe, almost all worldwide industries are being put to a halt. The steps being taken to prevent the spread of disease are, in return, causing many issues in…

College football adjusts due to virus

By Zach Young    As the United States bears the unforeseen consequences of a rapidly developing virus, many college presidents and athletic directors will look one of their worst fears in the eyes. They have recently turned their attention to the…

Colleges and COVID

By Daria Mihaila This story has been updated    In the span of roughly two weeks, the American education system has transformed. College campuses are closed and classes are now held online, dorms are empty across the country, and the money…

COVID-19 brings changes to the college transition

By Amelia Mcully    Graduating seniors across the country are warned about the potential onset of “spring fever” during the second semester of their final year. However, the class of 2020 now faces a much more imminent threat: coronavirus. While spring…

How students are handling online school routines

By Helen Seymour    Due to being in isolation because of the COVID-19 crisis, schools have now had to switch to online learning. This has caused many changes in multiple students’ daily lives. Teachers are now using online websites, like Schoology…

What you need to go to college

By Emma Jabbour    Now that we are in the second semester, many students have started thinking about what colleges they would like to apply to. The application process can be very stressful but knowing the requirements to get in gives…

How common sayings may not mean what you think

By Chloe Goode    Languages change over time and spread in many different ways. Through all the interaction, parts of the stories or other parts of the communication can be lost or misinterpreted creating new versions of what was told. A…

Two new schools coming to St. Johns County

By Emily Charles    As of fall 2019, the population of students enrolled at Ponte Vedra High School is 1,780. At Bartram Trail High School it is 2,847, and at Allen D. Nease High School, 2,669. Even though these are unusually…