By: Joey Weisler After two members of the Stoneman Douglas Eagle Regiment Marching Band lost their lives during the tragic school shooting last February, fellow band members have had to persevere and carry on without them. Gina Montalto and Alex Schachter, who were both 14, were members of the band. Montalto was a member of […]
The Marjory Stoneman Douglas Football team invites you to a special “Meet the Team” event on Thursday…
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.
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
Well after the tragedy, Parkland has not forgotten its community heroes who have sacrificed their lives while on the job on Valentine’s Day.
Summer isn’t over yet, which means there is still time to soak up some well-deserved rest and relaxation – including the teachers and staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.
Parkland residents have enjoyed the city’s 2018 summer installment events, including June’s “Glow in the Park”, “Pop Up Party”, as well as an open mic night. So far July has presented the ever-successful “Parkchella”, which only served as another way to keep the community connected.
The Mobilizing MSD Alumni chapter has been busy providing solace to the Parkland community for the past five months since the school shooting occurred.
The Broward County Public Schools Summer Resiliency Program invites middle and high school students in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas zone to attend “A Day at the Farm” hosted by Tomorrow’s Rainbow.
If there is one lesson that has resonated in the aftermath of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas tragedy, it’s that the youth have a prominent voice and are able to constitute sweeping changes in the U.S.