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Bill Limiting Florida Bright Futures Funding

Patriot View Editorial March 14, 2021

The Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program is a program that establishes lottery funded scholarships to Florida high school graduates for high academic achievements. In order to receive Bright Futures,...

Covid-19’s Route to Normalization

Lauren Gillyard, Editor-in-chief February 25, 2021

After more than a year, Covid-19 has changed the lives of many. Although it has also normalized a lot of things that have happened in our society that has resulted from it.  The first initial reporting...

The show must go on!

Trinity Salcedo, Editor-In-Chief October 22, 2020

While school for the average CF student has been dramatically impacted by switching to an online format, it’s hard to imagine what it must be like for students involved in the performing arts. On...

Life during and after Quarantine: Dreaming of a better tomorrow

Life during and after Quarantine: Dreaming of a better tomorrow

Taukiya Williams, Editor-in-Chief April 27, 2020

This was probably one of the hardest columns to write in my opinion, with so much sadness and bad news going on in the world surrounding Covid-19.  A friend told me to look at the positives. At first,...

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Publix in a crisis

Jake Peterson, Staff Writer April 25, 2020

Publix has always been the store to go to when you want the best customer service, a great shopping experience, or a pub sub. In the past month, Publix has seen a lot of changes many customers aren’t...

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Covid-19’s impact on Dual Enrollment students

Trinity Salcedo, Content Editor April 21, 2020

When I started this column I already had a vision for how I would write this final piece of writing, not only for this series of articles, but as my last piece for the Patriot Press. To say that things...

How to adult during a pandemic

Allen Barney, Staff Writer April 11, 2020

When I was growing up, I didn’t think about having a family too often, which in my eyes is a level most children don’t even come across for years. I always knew that it wasn’t going to be easy, but...

During the Fall, the West Port band prepares a marching show to compete in district competitions. On the podium is Dani ONeal, Senior Drum Major to the band. The title of the bands show was Fallen Soldier.  Photo credit: Debbie ONeal

Behind the scenes on a free two-year degree

Trinity Salcedo, Content Editor April 1, 2020

If you read the previous column on Dual Enrollment, then you know what it took to get into the program and how it took some time getting used to navigating both high school and college at the same time....

Patriot Press March Issue page 5

Taukiya Williams, Editor-in-Chief March 30, 2020

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