HML Senior High Sponsors College Fair Forum Nights

Education Wednesday, October 16, 2013

  Over 40 colleges and universities were represented at HialeahMiami Lakes High School's (HML) College Fair held on October 9. The event proved to be a huge success with over 250 students and invested parents attending. Attendees were able to receive post-secondary education information and begin planning for the future. The next college oriented event at HML is scheduled for Wednesday, October 16 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. The College...
  Spanish Lake Elementary students recently completed the Walk Safe program under the leadership of physical education teacher, Jean Eldor.  The goal of the program is to improve pedestrian safety, student wellness, and health concepts.  It follows the "5 E" model which includes education, encouragement, enforcement, engineering, and evaluation. The program is based on an exciting and interactive approach to increase the...

MLEC graduate receives National SECME scholarship

Education Wednesday, October 16, 2013

  Miami-Dade County School Board Chair Perla Tabares Hantman, joined by Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho, leads students, teachers, parents and community leaders in “International Walk to School Day” on October 8 at Ernest R Graham K-8 Center. The international program promotes pedestrian safety education, safe walking skills, as well as walking as an exercise for good health and physical fitness. 

School Board officials 'Walk to School' Day

Education Wednesday, October 16, 2013

  Miami-Dade County School Board Chair Perla Tabares Hantman, joined by Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho, leads students, teachers, parents and community leaders in “International Walk to School Day” on October 8 at Ernest R Graham K-8 Center. The international program promotes pedestrian safety education, safe walking skills, as well as walking as an exercise for good health and physical fitness. 

BGEC students abstain from technology for the weekend

Education Wednesday, October 16, 2013

  The students of Bob Graham Education Center fell off the cyber grid for a weekend to better understand what Henry David Thoreau, author and philosopher of the 1800's, experienced when he separated himself from society for two years, two months and two days in the woods, a time he penned in his novel Walden. The students completed the 63 hour-long fast that began Friday, September 20 at 5 p.m., and ended on Sunday, September 22, for a...
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