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    2018-2019 School Year Daily Schedule

    Monday & Friday Period (1) 9:14-10:00 am Period (2) 10:05-10:50 am Period (3) 10:55-11:40 am Period (4)11:45-1:15 pm (A Lunch) Lunch: 11:40 am-12:10pm Class: 12:15pm-1:15pm (B Lunch) Class: 11:45am-12:13pm Lunch: 12:13 pm-12:43pm Class: 12:45pm-1:15pm (C Lunch) Class: 11:45am-12:45pm Lunch: 12:45pm-1:15pm Period (5) 1:20-2:05pm Period (6) 2:10-2:55 pm Period (7) 3:00-3:45 pm Wednesday Period (1) 9:14-9:50 am Period (2) 9:55-10:30 am Period (3) 10:35-11:10 am Period (4) 11:15-12:45 pm (A Lunch) Lunch: 11:10am-11:40pm Class: 11:45 pm-12:45 pm (B Lunch) Class: 11:15am-11:43pm Lunch: 11:43pm-12:13pm Class: 12:15pm-12:45pm (C Lunch) Class: 11:15am-12:15pm Lunch:12:15 pm-12:45 pm Period (5) 12:50-1:25 pm Period (6) 1:30-2:05 pm Period (7) 2:10-2:45 pm Tuesdays & Thursdays Period (1) 9:14-9:58am Period…

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    Intolerance: We Won’t Tolerate It

    We are so excited to announce that our very own Web Editor, Bre Jarvis, won first place in The Florida Times-Union High School Journalism Awards for her editorial piece Intolerance: We Won’t Tolerate It! It’s AMAZING, check it out below ;).

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    Happenstance Calendar Contest

    By: Bre (Web Editor) This year, all Nease students are invited to submit their original art and writing for a chance to be featured in Happenstance’s 2018 calendar!  If you are interested in participating in this contest, please print and fill out the submission form shown below. Make sure to turn in your completed form, attached to your original artwork or writing, to Mrs. Bourquin in B-108 by October 27. Once printed, the calendar will be available for purchase.

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    The Twenty-Fourth Annual Navy Ball by Julia Jordan

    The twenty fourth annual Navy Ball was held on April 15, 2017 at World Golf Village. Navy Ball is a formal event in which NJROTC members celebrate their time in the program and commemorate the military. Here are some pictures of some of the highlights of the night!  

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    Wired Takes a Win (or Three) at STN by Denise Uy

    During the last week of March, a select group of thirteen students received the opportunity to represent Nease’s student broadcast program Wired at the Student Television Network Convention in Anaheim, California. The students received several awards at the convention: Regional Southeast Broadcast Excellence, First Honorable Mention for the anchor team (or 4th place) and First Place for Crazy 8s. The project submitted for the Broadcast Excellence awardwas completed in November of 2016, as a preconference competition. Crazy 8s is the convention’s morning broadcast news show competition, where students groups are granted only eight hours to put together an entire news show with only a stripped-down lead to begin with. Wired’s performance in the convention places them as the top student program in southeast America for Broadcast Excellence. Mr. Cooler, the teacher sponsor for Wired, sums up…

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    Sports Commitments by Maggie McElhaney

    Name: Matt Combs Sport: Lacrosse School: The University of Montevallo “It was not my first choice, the school I wanted to go to pretty much got my hopes up and then shut me down. I chose this school because I really like the structure and how their schooling system works plus I would be the first ever Men’s Lacrosse team at that school which I like a lot. I had more offers but I really liked this school. I haven’t given much thought about play professionally, I’m just humbled that I am still able to play.” Name: Mikey Leisle Sport: Football School: United States Military Academy at West Point “So I play football and I am going to The United States Military Academy at West…

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    Senior Timeline by Fara Supre

    “Allen D. Nease High School seniors have witnessed a lot over the past four years, from new trends to coming and going of friends each student have their own history. But what about in the broader spectrum of things? This timeline was created to show the history Nease seniors have been apart of.” ~Alex Hudson, Copy Editor, Co-contributor Events of 2013:  February 2: The Harlem Shake comes out March 13: Pope Francis becomes the first Latin American Pope April 15: The Boston Marathon bombings July 14: George Zimmerman is found not guilty of the second- degree murder and manslaughter of Trayvon Martin July 15: Kim Kardashian-West and Kanye West have a baby girl named North…

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    Fake News By Fara Supre and Dasha Charapko

    Fake news. These two words are paradoxical in nature, considering that Merriam Webster Dictionary defines journalism as “writing characterized by a direct presentation of facts or description of events without an attempt at interpretation.” In other words, a proper journalist presents facts in a non-biased way — News! However, in recent times, differentiating between credible and non-credible news may not be an easy task. Readers must use critical thinking skills to make a judgement about what they read. Below, we have annotated and analyzed a fake news article taken from yournewswire.com. Michelle Obama Deletes Hillary Clinton From Twitter So far, so, so good. There is nothing biased about the headline,…

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    Q&A with Kunze: Learn More About Our New Principal by Denise Uy and Alexander Brailsford

    In January, St. John’s County Schools selected Lisa Kunze, the former principal at Swiss Point Middle School, to become Nease’s new principal after Mr. Dresback left. The Vertical conducted a brief Q&A with Mrs. Kunze in order to learn more about our new principal. Describe your experience in public education so far. What are your favorite aspects of being an educator? “This is my 25th year in public education. I taught Biology and Earth Space Science at Mandarin High in the 90s and then went into administration, where I have been the last 18 years. My favorite aspects of being an educator are being around students and working with the…