Newly elected Broward County Commissioner Michael Udine donated a portion of his leftover campaign funds to his former high school: specifically to the culinary students who are raising money to spend a week in France to study culinary arts in January.
A Coral Springs teacher was selected into a prestigious program which will take her to the South Pacific with the goal of bringing resources back into the classroom…..
J.P. Taravella’s DECA organization recently launched a county-wide community service project to encourage crisis prevention through texting among Broward County teens.
Students in the J.P. Taravella High School DECA club are focusing on crisis prevention with the launch of their latest project, Here 2 Help. This project aims to promote Crisis Text Line, a national non-profit organization that provides free mental health support from trained crisis counselors.
Coral Springs students are invited to a weekend retreat to learn leadership skills along with embracing diversity at this year’s UNITOWN 2016.
Culinary Students at JP Taravella have been selected to spend a week at the studying culinary arts in France this January and so far they’ve raised $434 out of the $22,000 they need to attend.
By: Laura Amos and Sharon Aron Baron The school named after environmentalist Marjory Stoneman Douglas will soon open a garden in her name. Students and faculty at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are collaborating on Marjory’s Garden, a project that honors Douglas’ legacy and aims to promote conservation. The idea for the project began when […]
Coral Glades High School Drama Department presents the hit Broadway musical “Into the Woods” on October 27 and 28.
The City of Coral Springs is offering community service hours along with a free lunch in exchange for your help in keeping the City beautiful.
The children of today may be the future voters of tomorrow, but they can make a difference now by encouraging others to vote this November 8 by creating and entering “The Importance of Voting Poster Contest.”