Join the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Drama department for their production of the Tony Award-winning musical Fiddler on the Roof.
The average age for a Boy Scout who earns his Eagle Scout Award is around 17, but Wilson Ward of Parkland is no average Boy Scout. A few months after turning 14, he earned the coveted award with a project benefiting everyone who visits the Parkland Library.
Heron Heights Elementary in Parkland was recognized by the Florida Department of Education as a Five Star School for exemplary community involvement according to Broward County Public Schools.
The Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida is in the process of forming new troops in the Coral Springs, Parkland and the North Broward area and have several events for new members to take part in.
In keeping with this year’s theme of being nice, students at Park Trails Elementary School in Parkland have made a pledge to be nice everyday thanks to a national program shared by one mother.
After being postponed by Hurricane Irma, the Ocean Conservancy’s 32 Annual International Coastal Cleanup has set a new date and students seeking service hours are welcome to volunteer.
The City of Parkland held their annual Mayor’s Back to School Breakfast led by Mayor Christine Hunschofsky where area principals met and shared the exciting things they are preparing for the new school year.
Parkland high school students are invited to a SAT and ACT test simulation presented by the Parkland Library.
Three schools from Parkland along with 53 other Broward County Public Schools, are recipients of a $227,000 grant by the Robotics Education & Competition Foundation and NASA..
Mayor Barbara Sharief is channeling her passion for the local arts community by issuing the first student art contest to recognize talents of Broward County’s youth.