Educator’s Innovative Teaching Showcased On World Stage-Takes Third Place At Learning Global Forum In Prague

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Under his guidance, Todd LaVogue’s students created a TV show about ancient Egypt to gain a deeper understanding of life during that time. The Roosevelt Middle School students used Word, Internet Explorer and video editing software to research and create a “TODAY”- style news program with news, weather, sports, cooking, lifestyle, history and music segments…. Read more »

Forest Hill High School Assistant Principal Earns 21st Century Award at National Conference

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 Forest Hill High School Assistant Principal, David J. Reilly, received one of two 21st Century Awards given each year for pioneering work in the field of continuing education at the recent Annual LERN Conference held in Washington, D.C.  Mr. Reilly, a 40-year educator, received the honor for pioneering work in the organization’s  International Learning Units… Read more »

Five Santaluces Students Participate in Annual University of South Florica Festival of Winds

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The 38th Annual University of South Florida Festival of Winds last weekend included five students from Santaluces High School. Over three hundred students from around the state participated in this year’s festival.  The intent of the four-day event is to provide participants with an experience that will help them develop their musicianship at both the individual… Read more »

South Intensive Transition School Wins The School District’s “Apple A Day” Wellness Event

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South Intensive Transition School is the winner of the Wellness Program Event “Apple a Day” spearheaded by the Department of Risk & Benefits Management at the School District of Palm Beach County. The goal of the Wellness Program is to establish a workplace that encourages and supports a healthy lifestyle by integrating health promotion and… Read more »

Gove Elementary Students Enjoy NFL Play 60 Experience

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Gove Elementary Wellness Student Council participated in the pre-game and half time celebration during the recent Dolphin vs. Seahawks game at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens.  Students during pregame. Kevin Taylor, local hero, receiving an award. “We would like to thank the Dairy Council of Florida, Mr. Randy Burnham and Allison Ducey, plus the… Read more »

Special American Sign Language Student Holiday Show Benefits Homeless Organization

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First graders and high school students will come together to present a Holiday Show to benefit a local organization that supports the homeless.  Debbi Delgado-Coccia’s First Grade class from Lighthouse Elementary and Michelle Barows’ American Sign Language students from William T. Dwyer High School will present the Annual American Sign Language Program beginning at6:00 PM, Thursday,… Read more »

Former Area Superintendent Publishes Book On Palm Beach Schools Integration and New School Concept

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Twenty years ago, then-Palm Beach County School District Area Superintendent Dr. Marshall Jenkins arrived in the school system from New York and immediately became  immersed in the work to integrate and improve public education here.   His work was also responsible for bringing the “school within a school” concept to Palm Beach County.  Twenty years later, he has… Read more »

Students Participate in Neuroscience Discovery Day

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Max Planck Florida Institute is celebrating the opening of its new research facility in Jupiter, FL by hosting a Neuroscience Discovery Day on Saturday, December 8, 2012 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.  This event is FREE and open to the public.  There will be activities for all ages which include:  Lectures by Max Planck… Read more »