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Stories from West Shore Junior/Senior High School
COVID-19 has taught me about discrimination

Keira Coleman | March 23, 2021

I’ve always known that the first ten months of my life were different from others’. I’ve always known that I was a female born in China, adopted at the age of ten months old. I’ve always known…

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BPS honors civil rights leaders it once fired

Sophia Bailly | March 11, 2021

Brevard Public Schools is making amends for the unjust firing of Civil Rights activists and teachers, Harry T. and Harriette V. Moore. On Dec. 25, 1951 the couple was killed on their 25th wedding anniversary…

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Vaccine roll-out leaves some teachers feeling less than essential

Kishan Ramchandani | February 15, 2021

Despite all teacher being labeled as essential workers last summer, only those over the age of 65 currently are eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccinations.

This story was originally published on The…

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Safety concerns left inauguration attendee unfazed

Sophia Bailly | February 8, 2021

Senior Andrew Catti was determined to attend Joe Biden’s presidential inauguration, even if it would prove to be a potentially dangerous endeavor.

“Back in 2016, the day that [Donald] Trump won…

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Teachers wrestle with health concerns as school reopens during pandemic

Sophia Bailly | October 12, 2020

“This is just a room. Without you, it has no class,” English teacher Lisa Rehm posted on her Google Classroom after returning to pack up an empty classroom when schools were ordered closed last spring.

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