“Always bet on Parkland.” That’s the theme of the latest fundraiser set to benefit school security efforts.
After generous donations from Parkland residents, a scenic banner now graces the perimeter fencing around the 1200 building at Marjory Stoneman Douglas, where the shooting occurred on February 14, 2018.
High school senior, Sophia Berman is on a mission to help other children experience the connectivity and empowerment she has as a child of the performing and visual arts.
Out of more than one hundred applicants, two local students were among the 15 who received scholarships, ranging from to $250 to $1,000, from the Florida division of the Women of AT&T.
The Parent Teacher Student Organization at Marjory Stoneman Douglas remodeled their outdated teacher’s lounge, giving it a dramatic makeover that will allow teachers to decompress, eat, or plan their day.
High school students who are interested in the arts, journalism, and are active on social media can apply now for a behind-the-scenes opportunity as a Broward Teen Ambassador.
A benefit concert featuring renditions of songs by Elvis, Sinatra, Neil Diamond and Jay Black of Cara Mia fame has been organized, honoring two Marjory Stoneman Douglas band members killed in the February 2018 shooting.
A “Freshmen Invasion” is coming to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School for all incoming ninth graders to begin the process of picking up their schedules, textbooks, and IDs.
Named in honor of Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting victim Alyssa Alhadeff, a proposed bill may help save other’s lives across the country if Congress passes it.
Before students heading back to school, students can meet their school resource officers at Parkland Night Out.