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Students on Stage with Ms. Harris
Gladys Harris Instills a Love for Learning to Students
11/15/2019
Ms. Gladys E. Harris, principal of Palmetto Elementary School has been educating children in Palm Beach County for 25 years. Ms. Harris has always had a passion for learning and it inspired her to help students find their path to greatness.
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Education Foundation Awarded With Four-Star Rating For Best Practices
11/15/2019
For the second year in a row, the Education Foundation of Palm Beach County received a Four-Star Rating from Charity Navigator, the nation’s largest objective assessor of nonprofit organizations.
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Heroes for Education 5k
Heroes for Education 5K raises $80,000
11/12/2019
Close to 1,000 runners and walkers participated in the Education Foundation of Palm Beach County’s sixth annual Heroes for Education 5K.
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Veterans Day Ceremony
Honoring the District's Veterans
11/12/2019
On Veterans Day, the District gathered to honor the men and women who work at our District and administrative offices who served in the United States Armed Forces.
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School Psychology Awareness Week, November 11-15
11/11/2019
During the week of November 11–15, the School District of Palm Beach County will join with districts throughout the country in celebrating National School Psychology Awareness Week, highlighting the important work school psychologists do each day to help students thrive.
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Jupiter HS Yearbook Scores National Honor
11/08/2019
Jupiter Community High School is proud to announce that for the first time in the school’s history, the Chieftain Yearbook has been honored as a 2020 CSPA Crown Finalist, one of the top yearbook awards in the nation.
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Spanish River Program Wins $10,000 Grant
11/08/2019
The Biotech Academy at Spanish River Community High School receives a $10,000 Lemelson-MIT InvenTeam grant to help them develop a wearable device to monitor sepsis symptoms, an invention that could have a global impact.
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Video Contest Promotes Family Engagement in Education Month
11/08/2019
The Florida Department of Education (FDOE) recognizes November as Family Engagement in Education Month. This year, FDOE partnered with the Florida Education Foundation and the Florida Lottery to highlight the importance of building strong family and community relationships to support student success.
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Guy Tabuteau Has a Desire to Affect the Lives of Young People
A Commitment to Excellence Runs Deep at Pahokee Middle-High School
11/08/2019
Guy Tabuteau began his professional career in education in 1994 when he obtained his first job as a Community Language Facilitator at Bear Lakes Middle School. Since then, he has worked in various capacities in the School District of Palm Beach County, and in February 2019, he was hired as an Assistant Principal at Pahokee Middle-High School.
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Mental Health
Mental Health Matters: Let's Talk About It
11/06/2019
Here is an honest conversation with a group of Palm Beach County high school students who volunteered to talk about their experiences with mental health issues. We asked them what kinds of societal factors affect their mental health, and what helped them overcome their struggles.
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Western Pines Middle Classroom
A Scientist in Every Classroom
11/06/2019
Western Pines Middle School is proud to be a part of the "Scientist in Every Florida School" program.
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Gearing Up for IT Careers
11/05/2019
The School District of Palm Beach County is preparing students looking to enter IT-related careers. From cybersecurity to software engineering, these programs put students in real-life situations in hopes of preparing them for these high-paying careers.
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Parent University
Talking to Students About Lockdown Drills
11/05/2019
The Marjory Stoneman Douglas Public Safety Act requires that schools hold lockdown drills once a month to practice and prepare in the event of an emergency. It is imperative that children follow the directions given during these drills to ensure their safety, in case there is ever an incident at a school.
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Candy Wrappers
Don't Trash Your Treats! Recycle Candy Wrappers at 21 Schools
11/04/2019
If you still have bags of Halloween sweets at home, disposing of the candy wrappers doesn’t have to be scary for the environment, thanks to a recycling initiative with Loggerhead Marinelife Center.
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