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BCPS Food and Nutrition Services Department receives USDA Best Practice Award

Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) Food and Nutrition Services Department is earning a national honor for its efforts to get students excited about eating healthy. ...

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Justin who is a gifted B honor roll student

Justin who is a gifted B honor roll student at Nova Eisenhower Elementary was one of only 20 fourth graders that received a letter from Governor Rick Scott for his almost perfect FCAT scores ...

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Sixty-one Florida juveniles charged with felonies after Ramen Noodle riot at detention center

Authorities in Polk County, Fla. have charged 61 juveniles with felonies for their part in a riot ...

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JM Family Enterprises presents, Ambassador Andrew Young to speak at the annual YMCA MLK Inspirational Breakfast

he YMCA of Broward County will welcome nationally acclaimed Ambassador Andrew Young ...

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News Release: School Board Approves Contract Extension for Superintendent Runcie

Today, the School Board of Broward County, Florida approved Superintendent Robert W. Runcie’s contract extension through October 4, 2019. Next month, Superintendent Runcie will have reached the second year of the original three-year Employment Agreement that took effect October 5, 2011.Among Superintendent Runcie’s accomplishments over the past two years: Opened the first public military academy for south F ...

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Healthcare forum hosted by Congressman Alcee Hastings

Healthcare forum hosted by Congressman Alcee Hastings ...

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Obamacare premiums: Five things you should know

Obamacare premiums: Five things you should know ...

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Increased risk of neurological, cognitive deficits in youth with HIV

More than 65 percent of HIV-infected youth had mild to moderate impairments in fine-motor skills, memory, and other cognitive skills, ...

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Jealous to step down as NAACP President

Ben Jealous to step down as NAACP President ...

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Obama’s reform plan ‘misplaced’ for HBCUs

President Obama’s to make colleges more affordable has some good points, but could disproportionately harm Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), ...

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