By: Matt Rothman Last March, members of the Coral Glades Volleyball Team suffered the loss of one of their players, devastating the team. During spring break, Kendell Williams, 17, of Coral Springs, was a passenger involved in a multi-car accident when Kendell, along with another passenger, was ejected from the car. Placed in a medically […]
If you’d like some Halloween fun without a lot of screams and scariness, don’t be afraid to bring your costumed character to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Drama Department’s “Not So Scary” Halloween event this year.
Playing in the quarter-finals of the district championship, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Volleyball team earned a routine three-set win over arch-rival Coral Springs High School for the second time this season.
A J.P. Taravella student won a four-year Florida College Plan scholarship by the Florida Prepaid College Foundation….
The J.P. Taravella football team earned their third win of the season in a strong performance on the road against Nova High School.
After winning ten or more games a season for much of the past decade, it has been a bit of a battle for the Coral Springs Colts girls volleyball team.
Education has been a top priority of Governor Ron DeSantis’ administration, and today was no exception when he announced his proposal to increase the minimum salary for teachers across the state.
Middle school drama students are on the hunt for crazy carnies this fall, as others in the student…er…body feature an October freak show replete with a tent of terror, haunted house, and what event organizers describe as terrifying mayhem.
The Miami Dolphins recognized a Marjory Stoneman Douglas football player and a Coral Springs mother with the Parkland Rangers 10u with special awards designed to celebrate youth football in South Florida.
After placing first in a state career development conference, members of Coral Glades High School’s DECA club will once again compete in state and international conferences, held in Orlando and Nashville in the spring of 2020.