Engagement

When it Comes to Tools for Schools, Publix Delivers

There were more than 360,000 pencils packed into dozens of boxes.  And as car after car moved slowly through the line, driven by teachers and administrators on an early Saturday morning, an estimated 100 Publix Super Market volunteers were there to greet them with that same familiar smile we are so used to seeing at…

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Public Invited to Review Instructional Materials Being Recommended for District Adoption for K-12 Science

The Instructional Materials Department is providing an opportunity for public viewing of all programs chosen by adoption committees for K-12 Science courses during the 2018-2019 school year. Materials can be accessed online or in print at the District Support Center, located at 1400 N. Florida Mango Road, in West Palm Beach.  Digital access to information…

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Three District schools earn “Schools of Hope” grants from Florida Department of Education

Graphic showing Schools of Hope grant recipients along with the amount of grant money each school received.

Three School District of Palm Beach County schools – Gove Elementary School, Palm Beach Lakes High School and West Riviera Elementary School – will receive grants totaling $7.6 million from the Florida Department of Education as part of the “Schools of Hope” program. Palm Beach Lakes High will receive $4.6 million, West Riviera Elementary will…

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District, Business Partners Celebrate National School Bus Safety Week

School Bus Safety Week is October 16-20, 2017

National School Bus Safety Week is October 16 – 20, and the School District of Palm Beach County’s Transportation Services Department will mark the week by reinforcing safety announcements with its drivers and emphasizing bus safety tips for the community. Throughout the week, drivers will receive important safety reminders, such as conducting pre- and post-trip…

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#ThankATeacherPBC: Marsh Pointe Elementary Teacher Uses Tony Bennett’s Music to Engage His Students

Marsh Pointe ES students' thank you card for Tony Bennett.

Great teachers know that making an impact on their students sometimes takes creativity and innovation, and Marsh Pointe Elementary School first grade teacher, Michael Bonick, has found the right notes to engage his new readers and develop a love of reading. “I always use music in my class when teaching reading because authors and songwriters…

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