A new school year has defined a new normal for the community. For many teachers, students, and staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas, the amount of grief this year as compared to the end of the last is nearly the same, but just on a different day.
Six months and one day after the very worst day in our community, I will send my tenth-grade daughter back to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas teacher Brittany Sinitch received an Extreme Makeover for her classroom after her submission captured the hearts of judges.
In a tale of two school board candidates, each confronted with unflattering legal matters in their past, one kept their cool, while another threatened legal action.
The mood was upbeat when Parkland residents met members their police and fire department at the annual National Night out event on Wednesday.
Students, faculty, and staff returning to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School next week will notice new security enhancements, which they say are designed to ensure a safe and secure learning environment.
Three weeks ago, the Mobilizing MSD Alumni chapter brought Dena DeLucia to Parkland to help the community focus on healing through two programs: safeTALK and safeASIST
The sold-out #ParklandStrong, A Benefit for the Victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas School Shooting held in May raised over $116,000 for the victim’s fund.
With over 16 years of serving the public working with various city budgets, and her experience with three of her own children attending public schools, Tennille Doe-Decoste told members of the Coral Springs/Parkland Democratic Club why she would be the best school board candidate.
Kyle Jeter knows what it’s like to stand at the top of the world – that is, from a vantage point of 16,500 feet above the atmosphere.