The Norton Museum of Art and School District Collaborate to Promote Upcoming “Say it Loud” Exhibit

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  District teachers across subject areas are being encouraged to bring Kindergarten through high school -aged students to the upcoming Say It Loud Exhibit which showcases a wide cross-section of  African and African American artists and 20thCentury artwork of cross-disciplinary significance at the Norton Museum of Art. Set to open December 27 and scheduled to… Read more »

School Board Seeks Public Input On Proposed Board Members’ Districts

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The School Board of Palm Beach County is considering redrawing of the School Board Member residence areas and is seeking public input on the proposal.  The changes to School Board Member residence areas come as a result of the 2010 Census and a desire to better balance population distribution among the 7 Board Member Districts. … Read more »

School Board Chairman Proposes Community Input Meetings For New Superintendent Search, District Strategic Plan

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  Palm Beach County School Board Chairman Frank Barbieri has proposed a schedule of community meetings for receiving input as the Board crafts a strategic plan to guide the work of the Board and administration and begins its search for a new superintendent.  Mr. Barbieri asked fellow Board Members to get other comments and suggestions… Read more »

School Board Meeting Takes Place in the Glades Area

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In an effort to address the needs of the schools and students in the Glades area the School Board of Palm Beach County will have a special meeting to discuss the modernization and construction of the new school centers among other issues. Members of the community will have an opportunity to attend the public meeting… Read more »

Speakers in Second Forum About New Superintendent Cover Diversity of Concerns

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Roosevelt Middle School student Terrance Brown said the next superintendent hired by the district “should be committed to seeing all students effectively prepared for success in the global job market—regardless of their home address.” The student in Roosevelt Middle School’s Pre-Medicine Program said the selected candidate should also “demonstrate integrity when making decisions that will… Read more »