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Ms. Macias in DDCUS

Teacher Spotlight: Ms. Macias

by Vanessa Caraballo, Staff Writer November 1, 2022

Ms. Macias joined the ELA department at DDCUS this year. Born and raised in Miami, Ms. Macias graduated from the University of Miami in 2020, majoring in English Literature with a double minor in Education...

Mr. Stone takes pictures with his students for Extra Credit.

DDCS Hispanic Heritage Festival

by Lucy Gonzalez , Staff Writer November 1, 2022

DDCS hosted the Hispanic Heritage Festival at the Upper School in October. This festival was not limited to the two schools, but to all who wanted to join in on the festivities, such as local residents...

Hispanic Heritage Month: DDCUS Style

Hispanic Heritage Month: DDCUS Style

by Athena Freire, Staff Writer October 10, 2022

As a school with a large Hispanic population, Downtown Doral Charter Upper School takes pride in Hispanic Heritage Month. Ms. Moreno, the Foreign Language Department Head, discussed the activities her...

DDCUS History Teacher

Teacher Spotlight: Mr. Perez

by Athena Freire, Staff Writer September 30, 2022

With the start of a new school year, there were many additions to DDCUS' faculty. A new member of the DDCUS staff is Mr. Perez. He is in the Social Studies Department. As a first-generation immigrant,...

Girls Volleyball Season Kickoff

Girls Volleyball Season Kickoff

by Joyce Melendez, Staff Writer September 22, 2022

The volleyball season has started and the Downtown Doral Charter Upper School girls volleyball team is already on fire. The Varsity team won the first game 3 to 0, and the JV team won 2 to 0 against Imater....

DDCUS Club Fair

by Arian Gil, Staff Writer September 21, 2022

Today, the annual Club Fair will be held in DDCUS' dining hall, from 2:40 pm - 4 pm. This is a student-led only event. Students who are interested in school clubs are able to walk around and observe...

Photo from DDCUS Instagram

Freedom In Brazil

by Athena Freire, Staff Writer September 16, 2022

On September 7, 1822, the Republic of Brazil became free from the claws of the United Kingdom of Portugal.  This year celebrates the bicentennial of Brazil’s Independence Day. It is an important...

Ms.Santiesteban the psychology teacher

Teacher Spotlight: Ms. Santiesteban

by Mariana Alvarez and Camila Perez , Staff Writers September 8, 2022

Born in Cuba and raised in Miami, Ms. Santiesteban received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Florida International University in 2021, and is currently pursuing her Master in Psychology with a...

Dont Say Gay in School

Don’t Say Gay in School

Emiliana Velez, Staff Writer April 5, 2022

Last week, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed the controversial, "Parental Rights in Education" bill. This law prevents Florida teachers from discussing gender and sexual orientation to students in kindergarten...

Teacher Spotlight: Mr. Rosenstein

Teacher Spotlight: Mr. Rosenstein

Isabella Ospina, Staff Writer April 5, 2022

Mr. Rosentstein has an interesting backstory. While he might seem like a regular World History teacher, he is the least "regular" person at DDCUS. Born and raised in Miami Beach, Florida, Mr. Rosenstein...

DDCUS Art Collective Makes a Splash!

DDCUS’ Art Collective Makes a Splash!

DDCUS Staff, Staff Writer April 1, 2022

The Art Collective, DDCUS' inaugural celebration of the arts, was a wild success! The event showcased the talents of students and teachers, through poetry, dance, music, and art. With standing room...

2022 JV SOCCER

2022 JV SOCCER

Isabella Baricelli, Editor-in-Chief March 27, 2022

Middle school students are excited for the upcoming DDCUS soccer season and the pressure is on! 59 boys and 14 girls attended tryouts, and only the best were selected. This year, both teams will be coached...

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