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Struggles of Shopping due to COVID-19

May 19, 2020

Markings have been put on the floor for Publix shoppers to indicate which way to go. This allows people to limit interaction with people in the isles. Photo by Clare Hutton-Perez     Customer points to a sign briefly explaining the inconvenience of in-store samples due to the COVID-19 virus. Photo by Clare Hutton-Perez   The COVID-19...

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Finding an Outlet on Wheels

John Marin, Conributor
May 19, 2020

Skateboarding is an activity that many teens participate in, but due to the lockdown ensued as a result of Covid-19 many have started skating in restricted areas.      

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How Corona Virus is Impacting the Local Community

Joseph Luechauer, Contributor
May 19, 2020

In the wake of a global pandemic, communities far and wide have been struggling to decide the best actions in order to produce an outcome that everyone will be able to live safely all while doing their best to protect the economy. Businesses in local communities are struggling to remain open due to the lock-down and shutting down of restaurant sit-ins and other small business owners around the local...

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SBHS Boys Soccer: The Road to States

Amber Cazacu and Christina Jerome
May 7, 2020

     In the movie Hoosiers, a small-town underdog basketball team beats all the odds and wins the title against a rich, talented, top ranked team. For underdogs South Broward High School’s boys soccer team, it looked like life was imitating art as they headed into the state championship game against, Niceville, the number one ranked team in Florida and number two in the nation.     And they...

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After Three Wins, Bulldogs Lose Two in a Row

Bianca McDowell, Contributor
May 6, 2020

SBHS Boys Basketball took two hard fought losses two weeks ago when they played back-to-back games, one against rival Western High School, the other in an exhibition game against St. Thomas Aquinas.  The first was a home game on January 13 against Saint Thomas Aquinas High School. SBHS senior and shooting guard, Bobby McLogan was optimistic before the game. “I feel like we have been working...

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Young Volleyball Team Plans to Beat the Odds

Colton Bueter, Contributor
March 6, 2020

The red and gold jerseys of the South Broward Bulldogs boys volleyball team have become a regular at the Florida State Championships. The Bulldogs are five-time state competitors and seven-time district champions, including the most recent five-peat under coach Leonel Jimenez. Jimenez has been coaching and teaching at South Broward for over 15 years, but he has been playing volleyball since he was...

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SBHS Student Wins Sun Sentinel Contest For Best News Writing

Ethan Lacouty, writer for The Bulldog Bark and winner of The Sun Sentinel's best news story.

South Broward High School Has It’s First Black Valedictorian

South Broward High School Has It’s First Black Valedictorian

May 21, 2020

Broward County Public Schools Opt for a Virtual Graduation for Seniors

Broward County Public Schools Opt for a Virtual Graduation for Seniors

May 19, 2020

Listen Up Podcast: Students Struggle Through the Pandemic

Listen Up Podcast: Students Struggle Through the Pandemic

May 19, 2020

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The Perilous Reopening of European Countries
Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Environment

Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Environment

May 11, 2020

The Illustrious Life Of A Quarantined Teen

The Illustrious Life Of A Quarantined Teen

May 7, 2020

The Lost Year of 2020

The Lost Year of 2020

May 7, 2020

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Being Both a Student and a Essential Worker

Valery Lenti-Navarro, Editor | May 19, 2020

While being thrown into a global pandemic on the eve of my 18th birthday was not how I imagined my year to go, much less my very last year of high school. Experiences such as prom and graduation have quickly become a faraway stretch from reality, but one thing that has been constant until recently has been making caramel ice lattes. Being both a student and an essential worker during this pandemic...

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Firefighters Change Procedures to Fight Coronavirus

Dylan Montesi, Editor | May 18, 2020

When Broward County firefighter Carl King is dispatched to a call, he usually grabs his turnout gear, But not on a signal 67. On that call, he grabs an M95 or higher-level respirator or a face mask, disposable gloves, eye protection, and a gown or coveralls, because he might be dealing with a possible COVID-19 patient.  “Ordinary calls can take much longer now because of staffing and decontamination,”...

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Bulldogs- I have a challenge for you with our morning announcements! It is also posted on our website. Let’s keep our Bulldog Spirit LIT 🔥. Email me pics. Yes! We Can! We are...SOUTHBROWARD!❤️💛 @BrowardHSCadre1 @SbhsSga @SBHSClass_2020 @SBHSBulldogAth @browardschools

SBHS’s Boy’s ⚽️ Team does it again!!! The picture says it all as we now head to the FINAL FOUR Saturday night! Let’s GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!! Yes! We Can! We are...#SOUTHBROWARD!❤️💛 @BCAA_Sports @AP_Itzkowitz @BrowardHSCadre1 @SBHSBulldogAth @SbhsSga @SBHSClass_2020

SBHS’s Hispanic Heritage Month Lunchtime Dance Party was EXCELENTE! Latinos in ACTION did a fabulous job. Muchas Gracias! Si! Se Puede! Somos... SOUTHBROWARD!❤️💛 #HispanicHeritageMonth #LatinosInAction @AP_Itzkowitz @BrowardESOL @BrowardHSCadre1

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