Families

State Shines a Light on Quality of Elementary School’s Library

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Sandpiper Shores Elementary School was recently designated as a Florida Power Library School, acknowledging the excellence of its library media program. The school is the only one in Palm Beach County, and one of just seven in the state to obtain the recognition. The Florida Power Library Schools Award (FPLS) is sponsored by the Florida…

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From Timber Trace to The Tonight Show

Mark Twain once said “golf is a good walk spoiled.” But for Madison Moman, a fifth grade student at Timber Trace Elementary School in Palm Beach Gardens, golf has led her to the bright lights of The Tonight Show in New York City. Success has come at a very early age for Madison, both on…

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District Partners With Palm Beach County Cares to Support Disaster Relief in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands

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The School District of Palm Beach County has joined a group of community organizations, agencies, elected officials, and business leaders who are collaborating to support hurricane survivors in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Called Palm Beach County Cares, the collective is distributing an official listing provided by the Office of the Governor of…

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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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