A Town Hall meeting led by Superintendent Robert Runcie has been scheduled by the district to provide an overview of school safety measures.
Lyft is helping residents commemorate those lost one year ago during the school shooting by offering free rides to the Interfaith Ceremony on February 14.
“DON’T CALL ME I’M HIDING IN A CLOSET WITH MY TEACHER” This was the text I received on 2/14 from my daughter after I tried calling her, when I was informed there was an active shooter at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where she is a student.
There are so many clichés around time and the passing of it. “Time flies,” or “It felt like it was just yesterday,” come to mind. Another one that comes to mind is the blanket statement that, “time heals all wounds.”
Thursday, February 14 marks one year since the community was devastated by the unthinkable: the horrific school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School which took the lives of 17 students and faculty members.”
There’s a new resource for kids who love computers and gaming, coming to town in mid-March.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School will be holding A Day of Service and Love on February 14 as a day to give back to the community in honor of the school’s 17 fallen eagles who were killed one year ago.
As the one year commemoration of Marjory Stoneman Douglas’ 17 fallen eagles draws near, the families continue their fight for the safety of our children.
The memorial bench and tree honoring Nick Dworet at the Coral Springs Aquatic Complex is not a place to feel sad.
By Jill Fox After a gunman stole the lives of 17 innocent people at Marjory Stoneman High School on February 14, the family of Chris Hixon wanted to do something positive to remember him while making a difference in the community. Chris was the school’s athletic director who sped towards the gunfire in a golf […]