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Movie Review: Inside Out 2
Movie Review: Inside Out 2
Jeanie Auguste, Entertainment Editor
CAPTURING THE TASTE: On March 28, the Culinary Academy served appetizers to guests and students with many different flavors and styles in the Media Center for the Career Showcase. They were one of the best groups representing their career,  said Keren Joseph, a junior in the Medical Academy.
It’s all about food
Amanda Alcema, Food Editor
SUNDAE FUNDAY: On Valentines Day, Feb. 14, students who have earned 500 or more HERO points can receive one ice cream during lunch from Culinary students. The topping selection included sliced bananas, whipped cream, Oreo crumbs, sprinkles, cherries, and chocolate syrup.
Scooping up the reward
Amanda Alcema, Food Editor
Take a bite
Take a bite
Amanda Alcema, Food Editor
THE CANES WERE THERE: To end the school year, the Multimedia team took a field trip to Wekiwa Springs State Park to enjoy its crystal-clear waters and long, winding nature trails after another successful year of publications.
Outdoor retreat
Jessica Bureau, Co Editor

Photo of the Day: A win is a win

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Alaja Depina
FREE PASS: Kailee Mason, a Junior in the Web Design academy, won a free class ring by taking part in the administration’s mini-game during the Juniors’ meeting in second period.
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Alaja Depina
Alaja Depina, Communication Chief
What's up! My name is Alaja, but everyone calls me Lála. I was in the Medical Academy but I switched my career to Journalism this year (11th grade). I was born in Brockton, MA, and moved to Florida without my parents at the age of 12. I am half Angolan and half Cape Verdean, I understand all versions of Portuguese due to my culture. I used to do/play soccer, track, cross country, taekwondo, jazz band, and advanced band. I was a tutor for the 21st-century program and a coach for a program called Playworks. I love food, music, theories, my two dogs, hanging out with friends, and, of course, talking! I am everywhere and nowhere at the same time, so have fun looking for me.  

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