Chorus Gives Voice to Suicide Prevention

By Joshua Toussaint Focusing on suicide, Chorus’ first performance of the year was more than a concert. It was a shared experience between concert goers and the performers. The idea was to move beyond what people expected. “We chose suicide awareness because we wanted to think outside the box, move out of our comfort zone,” said senior Briana Sanchez, second assistant director. They opened with the … Continue reading Chorus Gives Voice to Suicide Prevention

New Assistant Principal Looks Forward

By Ariana Boland This year, the McArthur family welcomes Mr. David Piroozshad, the new 10th grade assistant principal. He has been in education for 14 years, teaching health science for 5 and serving as a behavior specialist for 3. His most recent position was with Monarch High School in Coconut Creek. “I love the culture here,” he said as he described what drew him to … Continue reading New Assistant Principal Looks Forward

Say Hello To Your New Officers

Gabriella wants to ensure that the student body is involved in school activities, and plans to make next year enjoyable for everyone Melany wants to unite the campus, raise Hispanic awareness, and increase school spirit.   Ruby plans to do well in her position as she is well organized. Courtney wants to better document SGA activities and her goal is to increase senior involvement and … Continue reading Say Hello To Your New Officers

Herd of Sound Superior

By Ariana Boland- McArthur’s Herd of Sound received its second consecutive superior rating at the annual Florida Bandmasters Association District 15 Music Performance Assessment at Coral Springs High School. A total of 29 marching bands performed that day, each dressed in full uniform, ready to take to the field and show the adjudicators what they could do. “It’s cool that we get to see other bands,” … Continue reading Herd of Sound Superior