The 2015 Palm Beach Regional Science and Engineering Fair awards were given out on Thursday, January 08, 2016. The awards ceremony was graciously hosted by Santaluces High School. Over 750 attendees including parents, coordinators, and other invited guests filled the auditorium to watch over 250 students in Palm Beach County schools receive awards from 4th to 1st as well as special awards from various sponsors and community partners.
The selection of the top 40 out of over 600 students across all categories in middle and high school was very difficult! These 40 students have been invited to attend Florida’s 61st Annual State Science and Engineering Fair (SSEF). Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches and Treasure Coast, in conjunction with the Stiles-Nicholson Foundation, is graciously awarding each SSEF invitee with a cash award of at least $200.00, up to $550.00.
SDPBC Students Invited to the Florida's 61st Annual State Competition
Black history month actually began as black history week. It was actually started in 1926 by Carter Woodson and the goal was to educate Americans about notable African Americans and their achievements.
Black History Week actually became a nationally recognized month in 1976 and is celebrated in February. During this time all Americans are invited to learn about African American inventors, scientists, athletes, entertainers and the rich history of the African American culture.
We want to thank the thousands of volunteers who give countless hours of their time, love and dedication to our schools. To find out how you can volunteer in our schools, click the image or link above.
Welcome to FloridaStudents.org, your source for Florida Standards Student Tutorials and Resources for students from kindergarten to 12th grade. This site is new and inside you will find 100s of interactive resources designed to help students learn the concepts needed to master language arts, mathematics, science, and civics. These include over 300 interactive tutorials designed by educators across the state and aligned to Florida standards.
Microsoft’s Student Advantage Program provides free downloads of the full version of Microsoft Office (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher, Access, etc.) for all Palm Beach County students, in District operated schools, for use on their personal and mobile devices.