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School District of Palm Beach County Earns an A; Rated Highest Among Other Large Urban Districts

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The School District of Palm Beach County is an A-rated district, and has the highest number of District-operated “A” schools when compared with other large urban school districts. According to preliminary school grades released Wednesday by the Florida Department of Education, the District ranks highest in Florida on total number of points earned when compared…

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Graduation Ceremonies Have Begun. Check the Schedule and Watch Live

Graduation News

Graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2018 are underway. Ceremonies are held for graduates of 32 schools, programs and academies across Palm Beach County. The Palm Beach County School District’s television station, The Education Network, is streaming LIVE coverage of the ceremonies. Graduations will be Open and Closed captioned for the deaf and hard of…

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How Do You Want Your District News and Information? Take Our Survey

The School District of Palm Beach County wants to hear from parents, employees, students, business leaders and the community about how they’re getting their news about the District, and how they want the District to share news with them. From now until May 31, the Palm Beach County community is invited to take an online…

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Three District Schools Welcome New Principals

New Principals

New leadership was on the agenda as Shari Bremekamp was introduced as principal of Hidden Oaks Elementary School, Corey Brooks as principal of William T. Dwyer High School, and Eli Morales as principal at Okeeheelee Middle School, during the School Board meeting on May 9. As the former principal at Cypress Trails Elementary, Ms. Bremekamp…

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