The Panther

Unsung substitutes take charge

Erin Maroon, Staff Writer

November 12, 2010

Substitutes. Are they recognized? Are they recognized for good work? Dalia Pulido, AP English III teacher, recently had a substitute teacher who was very quiet and introspective, but according to Pulido, she went above and beyond and Pulido will probably ask for her next time. “Ms. Burnstein was...

Hello Chess Club… goodbye scrabble

Hello Chess Club… goodbye scrabble

Chris Burg, Design Editor

November 11, 2010

After being cut as an official organization last year when the club sponsor left Palmetto, Chess Club is on its way to being reinstated. Scrabble club incorporated Chess Club this year after sophomore Eric Dusseau approached former Scrabble Club president, senior Dylan Ricke, with a proposition to...

Students engage in not so risky business

Students engage in not so risky business

Jonathan Perez, Staff Writer

November 11, 2010

The recession is over, for some students. Several students are making profits off of businesses that they have created. But why do students establish or join these businesses? Do these students gain a little extra cash, or do they just want entrepreneurial experience for the future? Sophomore Ross...

True Life: I’m in the band

True Life: I’m in the band

Jonathan Perez, Staff Writer

October 8, 2010

Miami Palmetto Senior High is known for its academics, sports,  organizations and students, but one of the aspects that tends to be overlooked is its band. The members of the band practice extremely hard, spending hours and hours after school practicing the music and working on their routines for performances...

Prior Panthers become present successes

Prior Panthers become present successes

Michael Tandlich and Carlos Carreras, Staff Writers

October 7, 2010

Throughout Miami Palmetto Senior High School's 52 years of operation, numerous Panthers have graduated to become like Ron Magill and Alexandra Flinn - individuals who epitomize success. Ron Magill has encountered many life-threatening experiences—a crocodile bit him, a hippopotamus struck his boat,...

Changes bring new faces to science department

Erin Maroon, Staff Writer

October 7, 2010

The loss of four teachers in the science department has greatly affected Palmetto. Former teachers Monica Avalos and Keith Mueller left for private schools in Miami-Dade County, and Terri Ortiz and Ana Landa left to teach at other public schools. “Those teachers will be missed, however they were...

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