Ta’Kema Sims Endrew F. is an autistic fifth grade student that attended a school in Douglass county and was then placed in a private school because his parents believed his public-school education was inadequate. Because of their beliefs, Endrew was … Continue reading Endrew F. vs Douglas County School District
Divya Patel 8/17/17 NPR ED – June 6th 2017 At Harvard University, 10 students had their admissions get revoked after a group exchange of offensive Facebook messages. Some students formed their own group chat based on similarities. The students admitted … Continue reading Limited Government
We The People, Senior Projects, Financial Literacy, Community Service, Lifelong Learning Career Academy Orientation_2017 Continue reading Career Academy Recap 2017
This past week of December 10-14, MTI reclaimed two coveted titles. Our school won best Youth Built float in the Ocala Christmas Parade, in which “Star Spangled Christmas!” was this year’s theme. Moreover, the Career Academy won the district “We … Continue reading Epic Win for American Democracy!
Tyler French 9/8/16 NBC Miami: Tropical Storm Hermine Becomes Official as Gov. Scott Declares State of Emergency On September 2nd, State of Emergency was declared for parts of Florida and Georgia in the wake of Hurricane Hermine as flooding and … Continue reading State of Emergency
Brittany Goins 8/26/16 Ocala Star Banner In the Ocala Star Banner, they are urging people in Florida to vote early due to the weather. Local weather channels are saying it looks like there is a hurricane that is on its … Continue reading State Urges Early Voting
Rafael Galarza Fernández August 25, 2016 The women’s suffrage movement was promoted in Dallas, Texas and this week holds the 96th anniversary of the nineteenth amendment. The passing of the 19th amendment happened from 1915 to 1919 when the Texas … Continue reading Voting Rights for All
Jacob Russell A couple of days ago, in downtown Ocala, a police officer going through a light crashed into a bicyclist. The speed did not make a difference as the officer was not going an excessive speed. The man, Thomas … Continue reading Rule of Law for All
Grad Nite offers the thrill of riding adrenaline pumpin’ coasters, Falcon’s Fury, North America’s tallest freestanding drop tower, wild water rides, DJ dance parties, animals up close and so much more! One cool night of celebration. Celebrate your 12th Grade graduation at Busch Gardens.
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The centerpiece of Pantopia™, Falcon’s Fury™ is the tallest freestanding drop tower in North America, standing at 335 feet. At the ride’s highest point, like its bird of prey namesake, riders pivot 90 degrees in midair to a face-down dive position. An instant later they’ll plunge 60 mph straight down.
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