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It was definitely not the semi-formal, catered event they’re accustomed to
Graduation is being celebrated by many, but one special group hasn’t been able to show Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Seniors how much they mean to them– until now.
After much uncertainty and disappointment, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Seniors will be recognized with a parade.
The Marjory Stoneman Douglas Eagle Regiment, comprised of the band and color guard, is looking for new members for the fall season.
A Riverglades Elementary teacher working with the new realities of distance learning was surprised by her class with a parade at her home.
Two Parkland residents were awarded honors medallions from Florida State University during a virtual ceremony on April 30.
The MSD Athlete Scholarship has announced the winners of this year’s scholarship.
Broward County Public Schools is checking in this week with families and members of the school district about the transition to the virtual classroom and COVID-19.
After meetings between administrators, teachers, and student leaders determined virtual graduations were the safest option for high school seniors during COVID-19
Over the course of two days, Park Trails Elementary School teachers, administrators, and the Parent Teacher Association board members paraded through Parkland to say thank you to their volunteers.
While most children are enjoying playing on their iPads and living in their pajamas, one Parkland student is starting a business, one waffle at a time.
Safe Schools For Alex is starting a new initiative aimed at helping middle students in need amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Earning service hours was no struggle for one Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Senior, who will graduate in May with over 700 of them.
Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, Marjory Stoneman Douglas seniors are affected by cancellations
In an effort to raise funds to help healthcare workers on the front lines, locally-run nonprofit 3 Heart Strings
The Gina Rose Montalto Memorial Foundation helps students with the cost of post-secondary education as well as makes charitable donations to causes she supported before her life was taken on February 14, 2018.
In a letter to parents on Wednesday, Broward County Public Schools Superintendent Robert W. Runcie announced virtual graduation plans for the Class of 2020.
Broward Center for the Performing Arts brings singing, acting, dancing and improv to the homes of South Florida families and beyond
By the time Broward County Public School students become seniors, they must have a minimum of 40 learning service hours to receive a standard diploma