The Student Newspaper of Suncoast High School

The Legend

Student Newspaper of Suncoast High School
The Student Newspaper of Suncoast High School

The Legend

The Student Newspaper of Suncoast High School

The Legend

School buses across Palm Beach County have been plagued by difficulties.
Opinion
Sweat it Out
Abby Slonaker, Design and Copy Editor • November 4, 2022
First pep rally of the 2022-2023 school year!
Sports
Blackout Pep Rally 2022
Elizabeth Horsford, Social Media Manager • November 4, 2022
Berkshire Elementary School
Red Goes Wrong
Amy Rodriguez, Features Editor • November 4, 2022
A screenshot of the Snapchat post which
shows the pride flag in a urinal and students’ captions.
Pride Down The Toilet
Jad Dargam, Editor-in-Chief • November 3, 2022
Julian Paradelo during his internship.
FutureDocs Abroad
Jamaica Manuel , Staff Writer • November 3, 2022
Fred Guttenberg in court.
Father Speaks Out
Caleb Barrios, Staff Writer • November 2, 2022
A solar farm in Serpa, Portugal.
Climate Action
Gabriel Diaz, News Editor • November 2, 2022
Trevor Dieste (12) playing with his winning dodgeball team at his final pep rally.
Our Last Pep Rally
Isabella Jaramillo, Staff Writer • May 21, 2022
When gas prices soar, the cost of products will rise with it.
Inflation Nation
Gabriel Diaz, Staff Writer • April 15, 2022
Dinh using a rowing machine.
Going Beyond the Requirements
Natalie Sadler, Copy Editor • November 2, 2022
Photo of Hernandez working at his desk.
New School Year, New Counselor
Angeles Cruz, Staff Writer • November 2, 2022
Weber with one of her AP US Government and Politics class in the courtyard.
Closing a Chapter
Jad Dargam, Editor-in-Chief • May 21, 2022
Friedman helps a senior through his non-profit organization: South Florida Tech for Seniors.
Senior Helps Seniors
Ankith Sureddi, Staff Writer • May 21, 2022
The Unmasking
The Unmasking
Natalie Sadler, Copy Editor • May 21, 2022
Ron Desantis spoke at Egblin Air Force base in Florida on April 19.
Should Unlicensed Veterans Be Teaching?
Makayah McCray, Staff Writer • November 2, 2022
Warning labels on books from the Charger Commons.
Limitations with Injunctions
Sean Meister, Staff Writer • November 2, 2022
AP Human Geography teacher, Deborah Sunset showing her Centegix CrisisAlert badge.
Panic Buttons? A Gigantic Change
Ana Garcia-Cabrera, Staff Writer • November 2, 2022
Ukrainians and Russians work together to stand up against Vladimir Putin.
Russia+Ukraine vs. Putin
Annika Karbstein, Opinions Editor • April 15, 2022
All Ears
All Ears
Sandra Do, Staff Writer • November 3, 2022
RISE and what each letter stands for.
School Rules
Tiana Anderson, Website Manager • November 3, 2022
Monkeypox can be anywhere including your hands and shoulders.
The Viral Outbreak of Monkeybox
A'Skyah Porter , Staff Writer • November 3, 2022
The popular internet game, Wordle, created by Josh Wardle, is now owned by The New York Times.
Wordle Craze
Daniel Mcglone, Editor-in-Chief • April 15, 2022
(From left) Hank Evans, Angel Lopez, Kaitlyn Ricketts, Shannon Ouellette, Sophonise Pierre, Dylan Phillips, Jon Robert Bell.
Beauty and the Beast
Lily Morel, Staff Writer • April 15, 2022
Student accesses Aktivate registration program.
Aktivate Forces Pushback
Zaara Alam, Managing and Sports Editor • November 3, 2022
A Suncoast baseball player getting ready to hit a home run.
Suncoast Sluggers
Anthony Mazzella, Staff Writer • April 15, 2022
The North Palm Beach Rowing Club practicing.
Rowing: An Underrated Sport
Charlotte Kimmerling, Staff Writer • April 15, 2022
A lacrosse stick catches a ball mid-game.
Practice Makes Progress
Zaara Alam, Managing and Sports Editor • March 26, 2022
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