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Students March to Show Their “Above the Influence” of Drugs, Alcohol, Bullying

Pompano Beach – Samantha, Faith and Elizabeth are at least four years away from the collegiate pressures that lead so many students to drink alcohol and use drugs. But these three Pompano Beach Middle School students have already made a pledge to abstain.

On Friday, March 13 at 10:30 a.m., students from Pompano Middle will take part in “Above the Influence” and march from their school, 310 NE 6 St., to Pompano Beach High School, 600 NE 13 Ave. Members of the public are invited to join.

Visitor has Students Flying High at Colbert Elementary

Hollywood students at Colbert Elementary Museum Magnet School were flying high after recently welcoming a special guest.

Pilot Barrington Irving, the youngest person to fly around the world solo, visited Colbert Elementary Museum Magnet School as part of his The Flying Classroom program.

Read the full article from the SunSentinel.com:

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/broward/hollywood/fl-cn-pilot-0201-20150129-story.html

Colbert Elementary School Museum Magnet Students to Experience ‘Flying Classroom’ Adventures

WHO:
Colbert Elementary School Museum Magnet students and Captain Barrington Irving

WHAT:
The Flying Classroom exploration team, led by Captain Barrington Irving, a National Geographic Explorer who holds the Guinness World Record as the youngest person to fly solo around the world, will visit Colbert Elementary School Museum Magnet students. Irving will talk to students about his recent two-month trip to Asia, Indonesia and Australia in an airplane converted into a Flying Classroom.

WHEN:
Friday, January 16, 2015, 11 a.m.  

South Broward's LEEO Program Means Business

Originally posted by the Hollywood Gazette on December 3, 2014

Sarah Kramer is learning how the real business world works.

As a senior, she is a student in the South Broward High School Linked Educational and Employment Opportunities (LEEO) program and is the ambassador from her school on a student project that involves the production and shipping of customized iPhone 6 cases. The project also includes Coral Springs and Plantation High Schools and a high school in Scotland.

New River Middle School to Unveil New Guy Harvey Designed Logo

New River Middle School to Unveil New Guy Harvey Designed Logo To Promote Marine Science Magnet Program

Unveiling Takes Place Tuesday, September 30, 2014, at 10 a.m.

The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation (GHOF) is taking its mission directly into Broward County Public Schools classrooms with a fascinating hands-on approach involving marine documentaries, online lectures, teaching aids and even citizen partnerships from those looking to further the cause of ocean conservation.

Cambridge International Recognizes South Broward High

South Broward High School was recently awarded Cambridge International School status by Cambridge International Examinations. It means that the Hollywood school will now offer Cambridge programs and qualifications, including English, marine science, art and design and physics, among others.

Read the full article from the SunSentinel.com Blog:

Cambridge International recognizes South Broward High

Billboard Created by Dillard High School Students Inspire Their Fellow Students

If you have not yet seen the billboard on the northwest corner of Sunrise Boulevard and Northwest 27 Avenue, take your children and friends to see it before Aug. 31, 2014. The billboard, which was created by the art students at Dillard High School and sponsored by readingpaysmore.com, depicts the powerful image of team-work, romance and the love of the reading among our girls and boys.

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South Broward High School Marine Magnet Students Dive into Ocean STEM Summer Camp

Students in the Marine Magnet program at South Broward High School are starting their summer by diving into the world of Oceanography at the Ocean STEM Summer Camp. For two weeks, Marine Magnet students are attending Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Center and learning from University professors and lecturers as they attend classes on campus, engage in hands-on activities and gain field experience. The camp began Monday, June 23, 2014, and runs through Thursday, July 3, 2014.

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