Posts by Nneka Nnolim

Important Traffic Safety Tips for the Community

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Now that the school year has come to a close, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and the Community Traffic Safety Team (CTST) of Palm Beach County reminds motorists and students to take extra traffic safety precautions during summer break. During the summer, children are at increased risk of transportation-related injuries from pedestrian, bicycle, and…

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District Volunteers Honored by State as Outstanding School Volunteers

Two School District of Palm Beach County volunteers were recently honored at the state level by the Florida Department of Education as Outstanding School Volunteers. Kayla Abramowitz from William T. Dwyer High School was recognized in the Youth category and Terri Priore from Palm Beach Central High School was the top Adult volunteer. Abramowitz was…

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Palm Beach County Teachers Receive Prestigious Holocaust Educator Award

This year, three of the four winners of the Gutterman Family Outstanding Holocaust Educator of the Year Award are from the School District of Palm Beach County. The highly competitive award, funded by Arthur Gutterman, enables winning teachers to participate in an all-expense paid educator field study to Poland and Israel. Florida Atlantic University’s Center…

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School Counselors of the Year and Site-Based Administrators of the Year Recognized at Board Meeting

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Several dedicated School District of Palm Beach County employees were celebrated at the Board Meeting on February 21, after receiving awards from the Palm Beach School Counselor Association. The School Counselors of the Year were honored for running top-notch, comprehensive counseling programs at their respective schools. Site-based Administrators of the Year were recognized for empowering counselors…

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Award-Winning Principal Takes Helm at Carver Middle

The 2017-2018 Principal of the Year Sandra Edwards is coming home to Delray Beach where she will lead Carver Middle School as the new principal. Her appointment was announced at the Board Meeting on February 21. “I’m very excited about this opportunity,” Edwards said at the Board Meeting. She talked about being born and raised…

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