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The Student News Site of Cape Coral High School

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The Student News Site of Cape Coral High School

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Students may face schedule changes if they decide to come back to school.

Students choose if they will return

Abby Malloy, Former Editor in Chief October 27, 2020

There has been a recent debate about students coming back to school from virtual learning.  Students have recently switched from home connect to face to face learning in Lee County. The final date to...

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Jazmine Fajardo, Kendall Hannan, Mia Johnson, and Carolina Espejo pictured wearing masks at school.

Parents sue the School District of Lee County over masks

Marina Passos, Former Editor in Chief October 27, 2020

Four concerned parents are suing the Lee County School Board for mandating their children wear a mask to school. Due to the Corona Virus, school policies have had to be changed this year in order to...

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Instead of honoring LGBTQ+ month, the district honors our community members with a place they can feel accepted.

The school board postpones LGBTQ+ history month

Melanie Pena, Former Editor-in-Chief October 26, 2020

Overnight, thin slips of rainbow adorned papers popped up throughout the hallways and doors of Cape Coral High School. Only two words, written in bold font, decorated the paper: safe space.  “They...

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Laplante and Mukwende will be empowering students by speaking at TEDxYouth at Cape High.

TEDxYouth set to take place at Cape High

Roan Borghi, Former Business Manager October 21, 2020

Technology. Entertainment. Design. For years, TED has been synonymous with bleeding-edge thinking and innovative technology, with millions around the world tuning in to watch and be inspired by presentations...

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The IB Ambassadors Program meets face-to-face and virtually in order to ensure a sucessful year for the club.

Cape clubs continue despite Corona

Marina Passos, Former Editor in Chief October 21, 2020

With the arrival of COVID, clubs have had to manage to find new ways to work alongside the recently changed school policies, in order to provide the students a safe, clean and fun environment here at Cape...

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Students follow contact tracing procedures by sitting in their socially distanced assigned seats and cleaning them at the end of class.

Contact tracing causes confusion

Clare McMillan, Former Editor in Chief October 20, 2020

As the end of quarter 1 approaches, it is no surprise that Covid-19 positive students and teachers at Cape High have been sent home for the mandatory fourteen day quarantine period. In addition to those...

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IB Score infographic

2020 testing scores triumph over the circumstances

Alexis Klepper, Former Managing Editor October 20, 2020

Despite numerous obstacles during the ending of the 2019-2020 school year, Cape High seniors performed exceptionally on Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) testing, with many of...

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Cape welcomes Check and Connect

Cape welcomes Check and Connect

Clare McMillan, Former Editor in Chief May 18, 2020

For over 25 years, the Check and Connect program (C&C) has been helping thousands of students nationally to work towards bettering their academic lives. This past year, Cape High became the first school...

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Grab N Go services have a positive impact on students

Clare McMillan, Former Editor in Chief May 15, 2020

With the closure of schools and restaurants, it can be hard for families to access affordable food and quick meals. Since March 23rd, the school district of Lee County has been providing free meal options...

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Student gets blood drawn inside a Lee Health donation bus.

Blood drive held at Kiwanis Hall

Alexis Klepper, Former Managing Editor May 12, 2020

On Friday, May 29, the Cape Coral Kiwanis Club will be hosting a blood drive in partnership with Cape High’s Key Club from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.  In an email to Key Club members, chemistry teacher and...

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One way for students to access their registration forms is through the counseling google classroom.

Course request forms become google forms

Trinity White, Former Staff Writer May 11, 2020

Schools have been officially closed for the rest of the academic year due to COVID-19. Due to this, Cape Coral High School has moved their class registration online. The new online registration process...

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COVID-19 changes the testing scene

Hankyeol Yang, Copy Editor May 2, 2020

The end of the school year is usually a busy time for any student. However, this year, the coronavirus has caused disruptions to social gatherings, not the least of which is standardized testing. Whether...

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