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  • Narcotics-Detecting Dog Visits Coral Shores

    Narcotics-Detecting Dog Visits Coral Shores

    Lina Fernandez, Staff Writer

    April 25, 2017

    A dog specially trained to find drugs, known as Deja (short for Deja vu), made her way through classrooms at Coral Shores on April 7, Friday morning. “We do this several times a year, and we do it on random dates and go to random classrooms,” Assistant Principal Ms. Hortensi said. “If there’s...

    Monroe County Narcotics Dog Deja Relaxes at the Sheriff’s office.

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Recent Posts

28 Students Compete For Prom King, Queen, Prince, Princess

Halley Lane, Staff Writer

As prom season rolls around again, students vote for their peers to have a chance at being crowned prom royalty.   As of last Thursday, April 20, this year’s...

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News

28 Students Compete For Prom King, Queen, Prince, Princess

Halley Lane, Staff Writer

As prom season rolls around again, students vote for their peers to have a chance at being crowned prom royalty.   As of last Thursday, April 20, this year’s prom court has been decided, and it is larger than...

April 27, 2017No Comments

Coopersmith is Saying Goodbye to the Frogs

Coopersmith is Saying Goodbye to the Frogs

Devon Rivera, Staff Writer

AP and honors Biology teacher Mrs. Coopersmith has announced that not only is she retiring this school year, but the frogs in her classroom are available for students. Her iconic frog-set can be spotted all over her room;...

April 24, 2017No Comments

An Interview With 2016 Miss Coral Shores, Lauren Farr

Mia Harris, Staff Writer

The Coral Shores Journalism team interviews reigning Miss Coral Shores Title Holder, Lauren Farr, about this year’s Contestants. She is enthusiastic about the girls’ ability to perform well and excel in the pageant and...

April 21, 2017No Comments

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Sports

Where to Next?

Where to Next?

Bridget Welsh, Staff Writer

A few Coral Shores athletes have been offered to play sports in college. Some of these seniors are Audrey Butler (soccer, Spring Hill College,) Haillie Patterson (soccer, Valdosta State University,) Keeley Catarineau (soocer,...

April 25, 2017No Comments

  • Softball Girls Reflect on Their Season April 24, 2017
  • Next Year’s Seniors Excited for Upcoming Football Season April 18, 2017
  • Major League Baseball Opens for 2017 Season April 18, 2017
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Student Life

Juniors Excited for Road to Tomorrow

Juniors Excited for Road to Tomorrow

Rachelle Magdaong, Staff Writer

The upcoming seniors this year are stoked about their very last year of high school. Seniors’ last day is Wednesday, May 24. “I’m just going to enjoy every moment with my friends and all the people...

April 24, 2017No Comments

Seniors Ascend to Grad Bash

Seniors Ascend to Grad Bash

April 24, 2017

Balancing School, Sports, and Work

Balancing School, Sports, and Work

April 20, 2017

Hurricanes Prepare For End of Year Tests

April 11, 2017

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