Hurricane Watch

Windy Days Make for Excellent Fishing

K.C. Spaulding, Staff Writer

April 5, 2017

Although we have many calm days out on the water here in the Florida Keys, we have our fair share of windy days as well. Down here it is all about the wind direction. You can usually always find calm bays, mangrove isl...

End of Year Review

Anna Acker, Staff Writer

April 3, 2017

As the 2016-2017 school year comes to a close, the students and staff are feeling a mix of emotions. “I still spend time with other teachers over summer vacation, like Mrs. Anderson, because of our kids’ friendship,” Video Productions teacher Mrs. Thiery...

Tarpon in the Keys

Tarpon in the Keys

February 28, 2017

Cobia and the Reef

K.C. Spaulding, Guest Columnist

February 17, 2017

Last week there were two big cold fronts. They were the coldest ones we have had all year, which is really good for cobia, sailfish, and other reef-dwelling fish. One of the best times to catch sailfish is when it’s cold....

Drama Club Students Visit Broadway

Jakob Pooley, Staff Writer

February 13, 2017

From Friday, Jan. 13 through Sunday, Jan. 15, students from Coral Shores’ drama club travelled to New York City to attend an acting workshop and see two plays on Broadway, including their own upcoming production of “The Phantom...

Many Students Not in Love with Valentine’s Day

Madison Young, Staff Writer

February 7, 2017

Valentine’s Day can either be a day of love and appreciation for those you hold nearest and dearest to you heart, or a sad and lonely day fueled with self-loathing and chocolate. For students at Coral Shores, it appears to...

New Beginnings For Coral Shores Students

Sarah Kelley, Staff Writer

January 24, 2017

2016 has come to a close, which has prompted many students to make some personal changes going into the new year. As the clock struck midnight and toasts were made, Coral Shores students began to consider ways to better themselves...

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