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Indian River County resident Terri A. Graham, Ed.D., has been named one of Onyx Magazine’s 2023 Women on the Move. more
“Cold Case, College Students, and Community,” a lecture by Indian River State College... more
Brains on STEAM’s Super Powered Dino Bytes have the opportunity to go to the World championship, but they need your help. more
Friends, family and students swarmed the market purchasing items handmade by the … more
Everglades Elementary School had 50 students that participated in the poultry show for the Youth Livestock Show... more
Upthegrove Elementary announces their honor roll students for the second quarter... more
Students at Moore Haven Elementary School have been working hard at earning a 100 on AR more
A seventh generation Okeechobee teen recently took second place in a Shakespeare recitation contest held at the Biltmore Hotel in West Palm Beach. more
Mr. McKelvin and the drumline of Rosenwald Elementary School participated in... more
Second graders at Westside Elementary School had a blast visiting the Palm Beach Zoo... more
Glade View Elementary art teacher Mr. White and his students took home awards for the Palm Beach County... more
On Thursday, March 9, students with perfect attendance at Central Elementary School were rewarded... more
Country Oaks Elementary Would like to congratulate its Leaders of the Month for the month of February. more
Open enrollment at some Hendry County School District schools is temporarily on hold due to buildings being at full capacity ... more
Hendry County School Board Chairwoman Amanda Nelson announced at the March 7 school board meeting her retirement ... more
In an effort to attract and retain teachers, the Hendry County School Board voted 5-0 to offer district employees a new program designed ... more
Hendry County School District can expect a check in the amount of $289,201 for its participation in the class action lawsuit against ... more
The topic of state-approved reading materials in Hendry County schools came up for discussion during the March 7 regular Hendry County School Board meeting.    more
Passions change. Interests change. Technology changes. Society changes. more
Caitlin Lister was excited recently to learn of a resource available to Okeechobee families with children with disabilities... more
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