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NuVista Living Wellington Hosts Young Art Masters Reception

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NuVista Living Wellington Hosts Young Art Masters Reception

The halls of NuVista Living Wellington were filled with student artists, their teachers and supporters Thursday, April 16 for a reception honoring the 2015 Young Art Masters Auction participants. Student artists got a chance to talk about their work and share stories about what inspires their creativity with more than 100 guests and supporters who viewed the pieces on more...

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RPBHS Debate Novices Take Home Awards From State Tourney

By at April 24, 2015 | 12:03 am | 0 Comment

RPBHS Debate Novices Take Home Awards From State Tourney

The Wildcat Speech and Debate Team competed successfully at Novice States recently at Cypress Bay High School in Fort Lauderdale. The following students placed high: Ryan Gosling, second place, Dramatic Interpretation; Aszkara Gilchrist, fifth place, Dramatic Interpretation; Narrelle Gilchrist, fourth place, Congressional Debate; Ryan Gosling and Selena Lugo, sixth place, more...

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Wellington El Kindergarten Roundup May 7

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Wellington Elementary School will host its Kindergarten Roundup on Thursday, May 7 from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. in the school cafeteria. Parents are invited to see the school, pick up a kindergarten registration packet and get answers to questions. Parents wishing to register students on that day must bring the following: completed SY16 registration form, photo more...

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IB Program Coming To RPBHS Next Year

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A new International Baccalaureate diploma program is coming to Royal Palm Beach High School for the 2015-16 school year, making it the sixth district-operated high school in Palm Beach County to offer this rigorous curriculum to students. Approximately 100 seats are available in the RPBHS IB program for incoming ninth graders. Any interested ninth graders are welcome more...

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SRHS Chorus Students Earn State Honors

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SRHS Chorus Students Earn State Honors

The Seminole Ridge High School chorus participated April 10-11 in the Florida Vocal Association state solo and ensemble assessments at Palm Beach Atlantic University. Congratulations to the soloists and ensembles who received a Superior rating: Mairead O’Rourke, vocal solo (Broadway/jazz); Rowan Pelfrey, vocal solo (Broadway/jazz); advanced women’s show choir; the more...

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PBCHS Debaters Head To Nationals

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PBCHS Debaters Head To Nationals

Five members of the Palm Beach Central High School debate team have earned spots to compete at the national championships in May. The students will compete in the following areas: Kallayah Henderson and Emily Rodriguez, two-person acting; Jamie (Penelope) Panariello, dramatic reading; and Jena Rashid and Jack Shaevitz, two-person more...

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Wellington Mayor Bob Margolis Reads To Mattisyn School Students

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Wellington Mayor Bob Margolis Reads To Mattisyn School Students

In celebration of Children’s Week, Wellington Mayor Margolis read The Giving Tree to students at the Mattisyn School. The children were so excited and requested that Mayor Margolis come back to visit again. Shown here, Mayor Margolis reads to more...

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Elbridge Gale Raises $17,000 To Fight Cancer, Earning Top Honor In The State

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Students at Elbridge Gale Elementary School set a goal to fundraise more than $11,000 to help fund blood cancer research and provide help and hope to thousands of patients and their families through the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Pasta for Pennies program, presented by Olive Garden. The school is passionate about supporting LLS. In addition to a highly more...

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New Horizons Students Learn About Life Cycles

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New Horizons Students Learn About Life Cycles

New Horizons Elementary School kindergartners are learning about the life cycles of plants and animals. Students learned about plants by planting terrariums and a butterfly garden. They discovered the process of metamorphosis by collecting caterpillars from their garden, placing them in a butterfly house, and watching them morph into cocoons then full-grown butterflies. more...

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Ava Parker To Be PBSC’s First Female President

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Ava Parker To Be PBSC’s First Female President

The Palm Beach State College Board of Trustees culminated a six-month national search process on Wednesday, April 15, unanimously choosing Ava L. Parker to become the first female president of Palm Beach State College. Parker, executive vice president and chief operating officer at Florida Polytechnic University, was one of four finalists who met with the board last more...

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