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Charles Rogers practices with his Guitar 1 students on Oct. 19 in room 701.
Photo of the Week: Mr. Rogers
December 1, 2022

Junior Amaiya Washington and seniors Lina Awatsa and Emma Beresford visit a nature preserve with the Tampa Bay Watch to plant black needle rush. The Tampa Bay Watch is an environmental group thats goal is to protect Tampa bay from pollution and provide support to wildlife. It was good people were catching bees and stuff like that. People were also catching spiders and stuff and we had these little glass magnifiers, and we were magnifying the bees and spiders, Washington said.
AMSET’s rise to help the planet
KEEGAN CUNNINGHAM, SNN Staff Writer • December 5, 2022

Lakewood’s AMSET program hosted a field trip on the 26th of Oct. From 9:00a.m-1: 30p.m to Pinellas County Migration Site in Tarpon Spring....

Bella Croteau practices using the new podcasting equipment. The podcast booth consists of an AT2020 Audio-Technica microphone and TASCAM Mixcast 4 Podcast Mixer. It was fun because Ive always admired podcasters and now thats a possiblity for Lakewood, Croteau said.
CJAM's new podcast and recording booth
JULES EAST, SNN Staff Writer • November 30, 2022
Aiden Segrest, right, passes the flame to fellow inductee Robert Scople during the NHS induction ceremony in the Lakewood auditorium on March 3.
National Honor Society runs hygiene product drive
JULES EAST, SNN Staff Writer • November 28, 2022
Bella Croteau practices using the new podcasting equipment. The podcast booth consists of an AT2020 Audio-Technica microphone and TASCAM Mixcast 4 Podcast Mixer. It was fun because Ive always admired podcasters and now thats a possiblity for Lakewood, Croteau said.
CJAM's new podcast and recording booth
JULES EAST, SNN Staff Writer • November 30, 2022

CJAM has begun putting together a new Podcast booth for CJAM students to use. The podcast booth will be used for CJAM students and guests. To...

Former Lakewood technology teacher Ronald Schnell poses for a photo in the Lakewood hub on Sept. 7.
Former Lakewood teacher now works for county
GISELLE GALSTON, SNN Staff Writer • October 14, 2022
Charles Rogers practices with his Guitar 1 students on Oct. 19 in room 701.
Photo of the Week: Mr. Rogers
December 1, 2022
Pepperoni is one of the four flavors that rapper Lil Yachty released for his new pizza brand, exclusive to Walmart, that he launched in September. (Ricky Simmons)
Photo of the Week: Lil Yachty Pizza
November 18, 2022
Mayor Ken Welch talk about how the SPC Gibbs campus formed him into the person he is today on Sept. 12.
St. Petersburg College celebrates 95 years
GISELLE GALSTON, BELLA CROTEAU, and JONNIE WHELAN September 17, 2022
Hozier performed at the Mahaffey Theater in St. Petersburg on March 20, 2019. (JAY CRIDLIN | Times)
Official teasers for Hozier’s Unreal Unearth has fans overjoyed
BELLA CROTEAU, SNN Staff Writer • December 2, 2022

With the return of the fall season comes the return of internet-dubbed “Autumn King” musician Hozier with teasers for his new album Unreal...

Pepperoni is one of the four flavors that rapper Lil Yachty released for his new pizza brand, exclusive to Walmart, that he launched in September. (Ricky Simmons)
Newest in the frozen pizza industry: Lil Yachty
RICKY SIMMONS, SNN Staff Writer • November 18, 2022
Poster for the new Little Mermaid movie, set to premiere May 26, 2023.
Ariel is not changing
AMARIAH MCDONALD, SNN Staff Writer • November 9, 2022
Junior Amaiya Washington and seniors Lina Awatsa and Emma Beresford visit a nature preserve with the Tampa Bay Watch to plant black needle rush. The Tampa Bay Watch is an environmental group thats goal is to protect Tampa bay from pollution and provide support to wildlife. It was good people were catching bees and stuff like that. People were also catching spiders and stuff and we had these little glass magnifiers, and we were magnifying the bees and spiders, Washington said.
AMSET’s rise to help the planet
KEEGAN CUNNINGHAM, SNN Staff Writer • December 5, 2022

Lakewood’s AMSET program hosted a field trip on the 26th of Oct. From 9:00a.m-1: 30p.m to Pinellas County Migration Site in Tarpon Spring....

Aiden Segrest, right, passes the flame to fellow inductee Robert Scople during the NHS induction ceremony in the Lakewood auditorium on March 3.
National Honor Society runs hygiene product drive
JULES EAST, SNN Staff Writer • November 28, 2022
Guest speaker from Action for the Climate Emergency Ashley Young speaks to Lakewood students Nov. 2 in the media center. Young was giving a talk about the importance of younger people taking initiative in fixing the climate. This isnt about climate change, its about climate justice, Young said.
Students gather for climate change seminar
KYLER BUENDIA, SNN Staff Writer • November 17, 2022
A group of FBLA members wait outside the main auditorium packed for the FBLA State Leadership Conference in 2020.
Lakewood Spartans go to New York
JULES EAST, SNN Staff Writer • November 14, 2022
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