Posts Tagged ‘Choice Programs and Career Academies’

Controlled Open Enrollment Applications Now Being Accepted

Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, the District will offer parents and legal guardians the opportunity for their child to apply for and attend a school outside their regular attendance zone through the Controlled Open Enrollment (COE) process. Pursuant to F.S. 1002.31, a parent from any school district in the state of Florida whose child…

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The Wait is Over! Choice Lottery Results Released

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Choice lottery selections will be released today after 4 p.m. for the District’s Choice and Career Options programs, capping off a period of anticipation and excitement for students and parents. Selections are made by computer-generated lottery, and parents will be notified by email of their results. Lottery assignment status will also be posted on the parent dashboard. For…

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[VIDEO]: Dwyer High School Culinary Students “Chop” Superintendent Avossa in Mystery Box Challenge

A few weeks ago, Superintendent Robert Avossa issued a Facebook Live challenge to all Culinary programs in the School District of Palm Beach County.  The challenge presented an opportunity for the District’s culinary students to show their skills against Dr. Avossa, the son of a chef. William T. Dwyer High School was chosen to participate in the inaugural Mystery…

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Application Deadline for Choice and Career Programs has Passed

The application deadline for the Choice and Career programs available in Palm Beach County Schools is quickly approaching. Submissions are due Friday, January 30 for the 252 Choice programs offered through the School District of Palm Beach County’s Department of Choice and Career Options. More than 100 district-operated schools offer Choice options ranging from Medical…

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Showcase of Schools 2014

The School District of Palm Beach County welcomed more than 9,000 attendees to the 18th Annual Showcase of Schools this month at the South Florida Fairgrounds Expo Center. The free event provided an opportunity for parents and students to learn about the variety of choice and career education programs available for the 2015-2016 school year.…

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