The final recount in the District One School Board race has been tallied and incumbent Joie Cadle has retained her seat on the board by the staggering sum of barely more than 60 votes. Josh Katz ignited a flame which is not going out. Parents are up in arms about the Board’s cavalier attitude and performance, and teachers have finally found a way to fight back.
It’s back! Back to school and time for Central Florida families to get free backpacks, school supplies, health screenings, haircuts, important information, and more. The Hope Now back-to-school bash will take place on Saturday, Aug. 9, 2014 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., the largest back-to-school expo in Central Florida. The Hope Now International, in conjunction with sponsors and supporters […]
Orange County Public Schools will honor 81 “Super Scholars” from the graduating class of 2014. These students have been accepted into 35 of the top colleges and universities in the world, according to the U.S. News and World Report. These are the 81 students who have received acceptance letters from one or more of the colleges and universities. The “Super Scholars” will […]
Orange County Public Schools Food and Nutrition Services will offer meals at no charge to all children 18 years and younger, starting June 9. This is Orange County Public Schools seventh year as a summer nutrition sponsor. The district anticipates serving more than 650,000 nutritionally-balanced meals to children at approximately 225 locations. Community sponsors include the […]
Orlando Science Schools (OSS) high school robotics team took home some “hardware” at this year’s FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) held recently in Orlando. OSS’s entry 4013 Clockwork Mania earned the team the Imagery, the Woodie Flowers Finalist and the Orlando Regional Chairman’s Award. The robotics students at Orlando Science Schools, a public charter school […]