Two local teachers have been selected as finalists to become Broward County Public Schools 2017 Teacher of the Year. The winner will be announced at the Centennial Caliber Awards recognizing the District’s outstanding employees on April 1, at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center.
After 20 years of running the successful Safety Town program out of a triple wide trailer, city officials broke ground on the new building on Monday.
Students from local Broward County Schools gathered last weekend for a fun interactive technology competition combining student teams which resulted in one school team who will be traveling to a national competition.
The city invites residents for a Public Safety Open House to tour the facilities that need replacing and ask questions before they vote on a $12.45 million bond referendum on November 4.
Governor Rick Scott acknowledged Broward County’s public schools that sustained high student performance or demonstrated substantial improvement in student performance by presenting a check totaling more than $15 million in School Recognition Program funding to Superintendent Robert W. Runcie on March 11th.
Last week, the Florida Department of Education released the 2011-2012 high school grade results. Coral Springs Charter, along with Coral Glades High, Coral Springs High, J.P. Taravella High, and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, all received an ‘A’ rating based on students’ performance relative to state standards, graduation rates, participation and success in accelerated courses, and postsecondary preparation.