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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
Lyrical Showdown
Lyrical Showdown
Jeanie Auguste, Entertainment Editor
Lovely Marcelus
Lovely Marcelus
Photo Editor
Elijah Goring
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Keren Joseph
Keren Joseph
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Five Nights at Freddy’s

GHASTLY%3A+A+film+directed+by+Emma+Tammi+based+on+a+horror+video+game+that+aired+2014+includes+horror+and+mystery.%0A%0AKILLER+MACHINES%3A+An+illustration+showcasing+Mike+Schmidt+in+the+security+room+watching+over+the+animatronics.+%0A%0AMovie+produced+by+Blumhouse+Productions+and++Scott+Cawthon+Productions.+Distributed+by+Universal+Pictures.%0A
Jada Searles
GHASTLY: A film directed by Emma Tammi based on a horror video game that aired 2014 includes horror and mystery. KILLER MACHINES: An illustration showcasing Mike Schmidt in the security room watching over the animatronics. Movie produced by Blumhouse Productions and Scott Cawthon Productions. Distributed by Universal Pictures.

Josh Hutcherson portrays Mike in the film “Five Nights at Freddy’s,” with a compelling storyline filled with both personal struggles and mystery. His character finds himself entangled in a legal dispute for custody of his younger sister. To prove himself as a reliable guardian, Mike takes on a security guard position at an apparently abandoned facility.

This establishment holds a haunting history, marked by the mysterious disappearance of a group of children. Mike’s task, as given by his employer, is to ensure the facility isn’t broken into by intruders.

However, the eerie setting unravels when the deserted facility contains animatronic figures that are possessed. These mechanical figures seem harmless during the day but transform into harmful beings at night.

The sudden disappearance of the children mentioned earlier takes a turn once it’s revealed that they were transformed into robotic versions controlled by William Afton. Ironically, the same person hired Mike to become a security guard at the facility.

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The film’s plot twists and story plots give viewers of the movie an intriguing experience.

TOTAL REVIEW: 4.5/5

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