Goleman hosts magnet fair

Education By Alec Llerena, Special to The Miami Laker Friday, December 27, 2013

  The gymnasium of Barbara Goleman Senior High School housed the annual Magnet Fair on Wednesday, November 13, where prospective students were considering joining the Gator family.  Barbara Goleman’s principal, Joaquin Hernandez, was in attendance along with the school’s administrators Lizette Hevia and Leonard Torres. Counselors Elizabeth Piña and Raquel Blanco were also in attendance to answer questions about...

Six girls tie for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in annual Roland Gomez scholarship awards

Education By David L. Snelling, The Laker staff Friday, December 27, 2013

  For the first time in the 28 year history of the accolade, the girls’ division saw two females finish tied for first place, second place and third place for the 2013 Roland Gomez Scholarship Award presented by the Miami Lakes Optimist Club last month at Miami Lakes Middle School. In the boys’ division, two contestants finished tied for third place. For girls, Mater Academy students, Emily Acosta (basketball) and softball...
  Hialeah Miami Lakes (HML) principal Jose Bueno has been chosen as Miami-Dade County Public Schools' North Region Principal of the Year. Bueno is not new to the educational spotlight, having sky-rocketed school grades during his career as principal. Bueno began his teaching career in 1993 at Norland Middle School where he taught 6th grade geography and then went to Filer Middle School where he taught civics. In 1997 Bueno was promoted...

Pace clubs join in Caravan of Joy Toy Drive with NBC 6

Education By Elvita Reigosa, Special to the Laker Wednesday, December 18, 2013

  The Christmas season is a time of joy, sharing good times with family and friends, and spreading cheer to everyone who comes across our path. Realizing that countless children will wake up with nothing under the Christmas tree, students from Monsignor Edward Pace High School wanted to make sure that every child had a toy and something to smile about on that special day. The Caravan of Joy Toy Drive was put together to bring happiness...
  Each year, a faculty council at Monsignor Pace High School goes through an extensive process that evaluates the best and brightest students on scholastic ability, strength of character, their leadership, and their dedication to service.  Those sophomore, junior, and senior students who best exemplified these qualities were accepted as the newest members to the National Honor Society, America’s oldest and most prestigious...
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