Marjory Stoneman Douglas Teacher, Diane Wolk-Rogers is on summer break. Sort of.
Hours after the tragic mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Alfredo Alvarado watched the news waiting to hear from the Alhadeff family to find out if his daughter’s soccer teammate, Alyssa, was safe.
Broward County, notably the city of Parkland, was a sea of orange as gun control advocacy groups signed up new members, helped register voters, and honored the lives of those lost to gun violence.
Members of the Guardian Angels who have voluntarily stationed themselves at Marjory Stoneman Douglas after the school shooting will be honored in a special event created by two local residents.
U.S. News & World Report awarded three local high schools silver medals in their 2018 school rankings which is only achieved by 11 percent of all high schools in the U.S.
In a little over a month, donations to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Victim’s Fund will be closed. During this time, the Broward Education Foundation wants to recognize some of the businesses who have generously given to the fund.
In efforts to build a large community of readers, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School will be hosting the first annual Orange Blossom Lit Fest this week at the school and at Barnes & Noble in Coral Springs.
The Johnson family wanted to do anything they could to help their next door neighbor who had just lost their daughter to a school shooter.
After Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School lost three faculty members after a school shooter took their lives and the lives of 14 of their students, two families decided to raise money to show their thanks during Teacher’s Appreciation Week.
Westglades Middle School parents attended a Stop the Bleed course find out what they could do to help someone in an emergency situation.
Through a scholarship fund in her name, the memory of Gina Rose Montalto will live on by helping other young women achieve great things in their lives just like she would have.
Three local Broward County Public School students will be graduating with something not many can achieve:
Last week, academic quiz show School Duel featured competitors Coral Springs High School and Marjory Stoneman Douglas to battle it out for prizes along with bragging rights.
On Friday, the official video for the song Shine was released on YouTube. Shine was written by Sawyer Garrity and Andrea Pena after the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School as a way to channel their pain and anger after the tragedy.
In memory of Jaime Guttenberg and Gina Montalto, two volunteers that lost their lives in the Parkland school shooting, The Friendship Initiative has created a scholarship in their names.
The Humane Society of Broward County’s new program utilizing certified dogs has already helped victims of Marjory Stoneman Douglas deal with trauma and emotional stress.
The Critics’ Awards Program, or Cappies for short, will celebrate outstanding achievement in high school theater when students from 24 public and private schools
The talented students at Westglades Middle School brought Dr Suess’s characters to life during the musical “Seussical Jr.” last week.
Friends of Carmen Schentrup, organized a benefit concert last week in Parkland to raise money for ALS research.
The First Annual Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Charity Golf Tournament and banquet will take place on Friday, April 27….