Best of SNO

#26
2018-2019
Distinguished Sites Rank for
H.B. Plant High School
7
Published Stories for
H.B. Plant High School
in 2018-2019
#21
2018-2019
Best of SNO Rank for
H.B. Plant High School
Stories from H.B. Plant High School
Parking Problems
Opinions

Staff Editorial | November 16, 2018

With limited space and a congestion of cars, arriving and leaving school has become a time-consuming struggle for student drivers. What should be a simple, quick commute from parking lot to street is now…

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Pep O’ Plant staff tries experimental Oreo flavors
Opinions

Chloe-Amelie Aikman | November 14, 2018

It’s no secret that Nabisco has been tinkering with their creme formula. Concealed between the iconic, rounded and famously embossed wafers that make up the “Oreo” cookie lies a constant surprise, an…

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Students form long-lasting friendships with kids with disabilities
Features

Addie Robey | November 7, 2018

Walking into room 503, there is a warm, inviting feeling and students are met with smiles and friendly faces of kids like juniors Arushi Pratap and Jade Connor and seniors Dara Mizell and Bryan…

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Electing Gillum benefits all Floridians
Midterm Elections

Isabella Ank | November 6, 2018

Midterm elections are right around the corner, and soon Florida will have a new governor. Among the two candidates competing for this position, mayor Andrew Gillum of Tallahassee is most qualified for…

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Money Mitch opens up about music, dreams
Arts & Entertainment

Hartley Hill | November 1, 2018

Mitchell Holmes hops on stage, the beat drops and fans in the crowd go wild as they begin singing along to the local rap artist known to most as Money Mitch. What seems like a fantasy to most sophomore…

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Team traditions show unity
Sports

Kate Caranante | October 24, 2018

Moments before the swim team lines up in their lanes, they all gather in two circles with arms interlocked. Feet away from the pool and clad in their school-issued swimsuits, there’s only one thing left…

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Robotics and Technology Club prepare for competitions
Features

Carol Kornworcel | October 15, 2018

With every day that passes, technology becomes increasingly more prevalent in daily life — a phenomenon particularly apparent in the academic setting. 

While technology continues to become further…

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