He should be enjoying life after school and living on his own; however, a former Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School alumnus is focusing all his efforts on staying healthy while waiting for a new kidney.
The Parkland Rangers are headed to Orlando to compete in the Pop Warner National Cheer and Dance Championships.
Four Parkland principals and assistant principals were nominated by their peers in this year’s contest by Broward County Public Schools.
Daisy Menendez, assistant principal at Park Trails Elementary School, received a great honor when she was nominated for Assistant Principal of the Year.
Under Head Coach Julian Wynter-Anderson, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas swim and dive team had one of its best seasons ever with three players competing in states.
Registration for incoming elementary school students is approaching, and Parkland families have choices to make.
With winter holidays around the corner, parents must decide how to keep their children occupied. If camp is in the cards, we have compiled a list of options throughout the Parkland area for your consideration.
The Marjory Stoneman Douglas boys’ varsity basketball team lost their leading scorers, as well as their head coach from last year but, looked really sharp in their opening game of the new season.
It was a busy day at Marjory Stoneman Douglas Monday night, as both the boys and girls varsity soccer teams were able to pick up wins during their home game against Monarch High School during a doubleheader.
Dr. Jeffrey Sands made his career choice at six-years-old when he decided then that one day he would become a veterinarian.