Archive for December 18, 2012

Miami Dolphins To Make Surprise Visit To Timber Trace Elementary

A Miami Dolphins administrator is making a surprise appearance at Timber Trace Elementary School on Thursday, December 20th at 9am.  David Mack, Senior Sales Manager for Palm Beach County will be reading “The Polar Express” to Mrs. Broedell’s 4th grade classroom and the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders will be bringing school supplies for all of the students. For…

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Palm Beach Lakes High Thespian Team Ready To Compete At State Festival

The Palm Beach Lakes Thespian Competition Team recently competed in District competition and has qualified for a spot at the State Thespian Competition.  Palm Beach Lakes Director of Theatre Donalda McCarthy said, “The prestige of being seen on the State level includes auditioning directly for universities and college Theatre programs all in one shot.” Palm…

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Student Readers Delight Audience On Literacy Night

Limestone Creek Elementary School recently hosted a Literacy Night at Books A Million in Jupiter.  Literacy Night provided an opportunity for families to enjoy the love of reading together.  During the event Limestone Creek students read every 10 minutes to Limestone Creek families and the community.   “The Literacy event showcased student readers to the delight…

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Green Schools National Conference Features Local Talent

The 3rd Annual Green Schools National Conference promises inspiring sessions, a chance to interact with researchers, policymakers and practitioners and best practices that you can replicate in your school and community. It will take place February 22 – 24, 2013 in the beautiful Palm Beach County Convention Center.  To register visit www.greenschoolsnationalconference.org    One of…

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Palm Beach Lakes Students Raise Cancer Awareness

For the sixth consecutive year, the Spanish Honor Society (SHS) and Hispanic Culture Society (HCS) of Palm Beach Lakes High School recently held a LOCKS OF LOVE event.  Students with long hair were encouraged to donate 10 or more inches of hair, as well as other hair items.  Students collected 21 pony tails this year…

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