By: Sharon Aron Baron The City of Coral Springs is all about families, and the Mayor and City Commissioners encourage good citizenship at a very early age by allowing local children to lead the Pledge of Allegiance at their City Commission meetings. Not only do the children get the great honor of leading the pledge, […]
By: Chris Brunner The Coral Springs City Commission recognized 16 deserving high school seniors who were awarded Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarships for their freshman year in college. With the generous assistance of the Coral Springs Community Chest as the major donor, the Coral Springs Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee was able to match their […]
Westglades Middle School in Parkland joined 15 other middle schools across Florida, New England and the Mid-Atlantic to present their six-month long sustainability project as part of the Wheelabrator Symposium for Environment and Education in Sunrise on May 6.
Mayersohn said he obtained the signatures by attending events, knocking on doors, going to ball games, as well as meetings. “Wherever people are congregating, obviously you can introduce yourself as a candidate.”
150 Future environmental leaders from 15 middle schools across Florida, New England and the Mid-Atlantic presented their six-month long sustainability projects as part of the 20th anniversary Wheelabrator Symposium for Environment and Education in Sunrise on May 6.
Several Coral Springs High School students have reason to celebrate the end of the school year. Besides placing in competitions, several seniors have won full scholarships to a University.
High school senior Connor Yockus has just been named one of the U.S. Presidential Scholars in the Arts. The award, presented on behalf of the President of the United States, is the highest honor that can be bestowed upon an artistically talented graduating high school senior.
Ramblewood Middle School’s Drama Program will be performing Disney’s Peter Pan Jr. on May 16 and 17 at JP Taravella High School in Coral Springs. While the cast consists of Ramblewood Middle School students, the crew is a mix of middle school children and students from JP Taravella’s own drama program.
After 20 years of running the successful Safety Town program out of a triple wide trailer, city officials are hoping that they will soon get a permanent building.
This year, Principal of the Year goes to Coral Park Elementary’s Camille Pontillo, which will please many of her students and parents. Congratulations to all of the winners.