Orientation Helps SRHS Students Start School Year

Seminole Ridge High School held its annual freshman orientation, a back-to-school bash, on Aug. 16, featuring table presentations from many campus clubs and organizations. In addition to welcoming a new class to the school, students at all grade levels were able to pick up their school-year schedules and talk to campus representatives about extracurricular activities.

Weekly Math Tutoring To Begin — Math tutoring by the students in Mu Alpha Theta, the SRHS mathematics honor society, begins Sept. 2. Every Tuesday from 3 to 4 p.m. in Room 7-210, student math tutors will be available. “Tutors will lead students to the correct solutions, not do the problems for them,” Math Department Chair Mrs. Martha Schanel said, noting that a math teacher will also be in the room to answer any questions tutors and students may have.

Cadets Go to Camp — This summer, the SRHS Amy JROTC Hawk Battalion sent ten of its cadets to Camp Tanah Keeta in Tequesta and Camp Sawyer in Scout Key to take part in the JROTC Cadet Leadership Challenge, competing in rappelling, kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving, a COPE (Challenging Outdoor Personal Experience) course, a water leadership reaction course and a six-mile road march. After successfully completing the camp, cadets were awarded the coveted JROTC Recondo badge.

 ABOVE: Cadets Erica Pirone, Alex Harre, Ben Hoffman, Joshua Berenson, Brandon Sherman, Cody Kline, John Dicampli, Jimmy Wright, Cody Papula, and Donald MacRostie.