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Talented Tornadoes

From the online November issue! Posted: Nov. 16

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Humans of Pompano

From the online November issue! Posted: Nov. 16

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Navigating through change

From the upcoming October issue! Posted: Oct. 19

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Twins Cause Double Takes

From the upcoming October issue! Posted: Oct. 19

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The beauty of nature

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Nature is the phenomena of the natural, physical or material universe. Daniel Guo is looking at the nature around him and appreciating every moment of it. Photo by Simon Ho

Posted: May 4

The Rotary Youth Exchange

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Posted: Apr. 25

Jump into the Spring Crossword

Spring Crossword Puzzle

Graphics by Nicolas Gallardo, design by Christina Matiuk and Maria Suarez

Posted Apr. 7

Coming soon!

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Posted: Mar. 14

Tornado Times welcomes International Schools

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PBHS welcomes 20 staff members and 61 students from all parts of the world. They will be here from Jan. 22 to Jan. 26. Graphic by Nicolas Gallardo

Lights, camera, action!

Go behind the scenes as drama students prepared for their December show.

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Scary Crossword

Here is the Vol .8 No.1 Back Page by Christina Matiuk

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Posted: Nov. 2

Be Scared, Be Very Scared

Here is the Vol.8 No.1 Front Page by Nicolas Gallardo

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Posted: Nov. 2

Hurricane Matthew may postpone Homecoming event

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Golden Tornadoes win regional semifinal against Somerset Panthers

The baseball team wins the regional semifinal against Somerset on May 3, 5-1. The boys defeated Somerset three times this season, including a 12-5 victory for the district championship. The boys (20-8) will play in the regional final next Tuesday, May 10. “The other team was talking a lot of smack, but it was a good game!” senior second baseman Bobby Aseere said..

Photos by Madison Steinkamp

Pompano Beach student nominated for ‘Best of the Best’ award

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Senior Rebekah Garretson was awarded one of the top three pictures in the Nature Photo category of the Florida Scholastic Press Association (FSPA) Spring Digital competition. The above photo, taken by Garretson, was announced to be an “All Florida” quality photo and is a finalist for the “Best of the Best” award in her category of the spring digital contest.

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Junior Ty’Anna Stevens catches the ball against Archbishop McCarthy on March 9. The flag football team lost the game.

Photo by Sabrina Chery

Cars for a cause: Pompano hosts car show

Photos by Rebekah Garretson

Baseball season batters up!

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Water Polo players make some waves

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Sophomore Sarah Gurdis, number 2, sets up to shoot a goal in the Feb. 23 match against Westminster Academy. Water polo is a new sport this year at the school.

Photo by Garrett Moore

‘Clue’ comes to life: Thespian’s stage murder mystery

Photos courtesy of Mr. Henderson.

Exchange of culture:Chinese and American

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Four of the girls who participated in Chongquing Fudan Secondary School’s trip to New York and South Florida learn about the differences in American and Chinese culture. Both PBHS students and students from China expressed their surprises and what they were excited to learn about in each others cultures.

Photo by Rebekah Garretson.

Posted Feb. 12

Sunny steps into the Sunshine State

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Senior Rebekah Garretson poses with her shadow, Cheng Zi Yao, also known as “Sunny,” from Fudan High School in Chongqing, China. Sunny was one of 12 students visiting from China for the week of Feb. 1-4.

Photo by Rebekah Garretson

Senior spirit sparks school pride

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Senior Girls flaunt their school spirit on Thursday in gold before the pep rally. Pictured from left to right is Paradise Rattray, Rachel Banks, Mackenzie Gomez, Reese McFarlane, Colleen Smith, Gabby Esposito, and Courtney Justice.

Photo by Reese McFarlane

Fish puppies all adopted


Although Phantom found his forever home, Ms. Fish is still fostering Melody. Melody and her brother Jasper will continue to visit PBHS with Ms. Fish twice a week.

Photo by Melanie Trump.

JROTC honors Veterans


Senior Michelle Velez and juniors Chelsea Keeton and Renee Innocent participate in the JROTC Veterans Day ceremony by holding the flag and waiting for it to be cut. JROTC invited numerous veterans from around Broward County to attend the ceremony on Nov. 10.

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Fish fosters puppies


Phantom, an American Staffordshire Terrier mix puppy, is being fostered by guidance counselor Ms. Fish, along with his siblings Melody and Jasper, in an effort to find their “forever homes.” Ms. Fish originally brought all three dogs to school, but she only brings one at time now due to the size of each dog. She brings the dogs approximately twice a week so that they can become accustomed to human interaction. She is fostering the dogs through Little Paws of Love, a nonprofit organization.

Photo by Melanie Trump.

Tornadoes take on China

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From the October 2015 issue of the Tornado Times.

Tornado Trick-or-Treat Mad Libs

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Tornado Trick-or-Treat Mad Libs. Graphic by Reese McFarlane and Rebekah Garretson. Don’t forget to share your creations with us!

From the October 2015 issue of the Tornado Times.

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