In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, several high school students scramble to find a crush to gift their affection to on the big day. But what if this process was streamlined? Thanks to Key Club, it was.
Projects promoting Project Alive are sweeping through the school; students old and new have heard of the story of the son of English teacher Jennifer Estevez, Sebastian Estevez who has the terminal Hunter’s Syndrome.
Students may not even notice how often they consume gluten products whether it’s pizza from the cafeteria or a sandwich from home.
Sorry Smokey, no friendly campers will be visiting you soon. Since noon Saturday, the United States government has officially been shut down. Shutdowns are caused when Congress fails to sign a bill to fund the government and doesn’t extend the previous bill, thus forcing the government to cease functioning. Shutdowns have happened in the past 30 years, most recently in 2013.
Three Heritage students celebrated Christmas nearly one month early this year by performing in the Broward Center’s production of “A Christmas Carol.” Senior Emily Myers, sophomore Kelly Taylor and freshman Mikaila Barsoum wowed audiences in a series of nine shows put on Nov. 30 – Dec. 2.