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Polo Park’s Science Night Aims To Inspire Students

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Polo Park’s Science Night Aims To Inspire Students

Polo Park Middle School held its second Night of Science on Tuesday, Oct. 28, where close to 1,000 students — current, former and future — attended, along with their families. The night focused on various elements of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (known as STEM studies) throughout the school campus, in conjunction with food trucks, more...

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Seminole Ridge Crowns Royalty

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Seminole Ridge Crowns Royalty

Seminole Ridge High School crowned its homecoming king and queen on Friday, Oct. 24. Shown here is Homecoming King Austin Taylor and Homecoming Queen Natalie Fisher. Meanwhile, on the football field, the Hawks hosted Pahokee High School, dominating the Blue Devils 54-21. Photo by Gene more...

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Eagle Arts Academy Hosts Visit From Disney’s Mitchel Musso

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Eagle Arts Academy Hosts Visit From Disney’s Mitchel Musso

Eagle Arts Academy has had a great start with its arts-infused program. Disney’s Mitchel Musso recently dropped in to share his story with students. Musso, who played Oliver Oken on Disney’s Hannah Montana, was right at home with the interviewing format first used at the school’s “Inside the Eagle Arts Studio” just a few weeks earlier with actor/comedian more...

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AT&T Donates Supplies To Lox Groves Elementary

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AT&T Donates Supplies To Lox Groves Elementary

On Oct. 20, AT&T Pioneers donated six Kindles and $400 in gift cards to Loxahatchee Groves Elementary School. The Kindles will be a great motivator for the students to read, and the gift cards will be used to purchase e-books. Shown here is Principal Rich Myerson and Media Specialist Colleen Psoinos with AT&T Pioneers Denise Caruso and Gayle more...

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Renaissance Students Write Letters To Troops

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Renaissance Students Write Letters To Troops

Seventh grade civics students at the Renaissance Charter School at Palms West have undertaken a project to recognize and appreciate soldiers through written cards and letters. Recently, 135 letters were sent to soldiers in Afghanistan, Iraq, Korea, and to U.S. Marine Corps recruits at Camp Lejeune. Staff members, parents and friends of soldiers both home and abroad more...

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WHS Band To Salute Vets

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The Wellington High School Band will present its second annual “Salute to Veterans” Concert on Tuesday, Nov. 11 at 7 p.m. in the Wellington High School Theater. Admission is free. The program will feature the WHS Wind Ensemble and guest trumpet soloist Forrest Sonntag, with performances of patriotic songs, traditional marches and audience favorites. Refreshments more...

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Fall Festival At Doodle Bugs

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Fall Festival At Doodle Bugs

Doodle Bugs in Lake Worth held its fall festival Oct. 8. The festival offered families the opportunity to participate in fall-themed arts and crafts, mingle with each other, speak with teachers about the curriculum, and enjoy pizza, apple cider and pumpkin muffins. Lake Worth Director Amy Collins provided tours to interested families, discussing the fall programs and more...

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Scott Dobbs Of RPBHS Nominated For An Award

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Palm Beach County School District Mathematics Program Planner Diana Snider has nominated Royal Palm Beach High School teacher Scott Dobbs for a Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST). The award is the highest recognition that a math or science teacher can receive in the United States. Awardees are heralded with a presidential more...

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TKA Preschools Participate In Literacy Program

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TKA Preschools Participate In Literacy Program

The King’s Academy Preschool (TKAP) participated in Read for the Record recently at all four locations in partnership with the Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County. Jumpstart’s Read for the Record is a national campaign to bring preschool children together with valued grown-ups in their lives to read the same book, on the same day, in communities all over the more...

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Golden Grove Choice School Open House

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Golden Grove Elementary School has become a Choice School of Technology this year, allowing students from outside its boundaries to attend and participate in the innovative new program. Golden Grove will host an open house showcasing the choice program on Thursday, Nov. 6 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. All classrooms are being enriched with technology as the school encourages more...

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