Miami Dade College North presents new programs

Featured By Alexandra Herrera, Reporter Thursday, August 4, 2022

     Ahead of its 62nd anniversary on Sept. 6, Miami Dade College’s North Campus is looking to the future this fall by offering a multitude of new courses and the classic areas of study it is known for.     ...

Miami Lakes teen elected president of Children's Trust Youth Committee

Community By The Miami Laker staff Friday, July 19, 2013

Miami Lakes resident Broderick Schwinghammer was elected president of the Youth Advisory Committee to The Children's Trust of Miami-Dade County. The Children's Trust emphasizes collaboration and partnership in order to provide the programs and services needed by children and parents county wide. These programs include reading, anti-violence, health screenings, parenting skills and art programs. The Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) is...

Retired BGEC principal Robin Behrman looks to future

Education By R.A. Romero, The Miami Laker staff Friday, July 19, 2013

  Though Dr. Robin Behrman, former principal of Bob Graham Education Center, has retired, she has no intention of ending her professional pursuits there. "I am not really retired. I have no intention of being 'retired'. Right now, I'm looking to begin another chapter," said Behrman. "I am looking for the right position to take. It might be in education, possibly in the not for profit arena. I just don't know where it might be. I'd love...

Town Council holds line on taxes; tentatively maintains 2.3518 millage

Community By David L. Snelling Friday, July 19, 2013

At the July , regular Miami Lakes Town Council meeting, lawmakers tentatively kept the existing 2.3518 rate for property taxes for the 2013-14 fiscal year, which is $2.3518 per $1,000 of assessed property value. The proposed rate, which is the same as the two previous years, is projected to generate about $5.6 million in property tax revenue for the proposed budget estimated at $14.8 million. The tax roll reflects a gross taxable value of...
Miami Lakes resident Chandler Precht, representing the South Florida Regional Science and Engineering Fair, recently won a silver medal at SUNY (State University of New York) Oswego’s third annual GENIUS Olympiad global environmental science, art, writing and design competition in Oswego, New York. Precht earned the recognition for a project titled “Origin and Recovery of White Pox Lesions on the Threatened Elkhorn Coral,...
Miami Lakes Educational Center Cambridge Engineering Students have made their mark at another National Competition. Six students recently attended the Technology Student Association (TSA) National Conference and Competition which took place on June 28 through July 2 in Orlando.   The TSA team included 2013 graduates Javon Brown, Stefan Pirone, Alexander Kao, Samuel Hassel and upcoming seniors Eric Quesada and Pamela Parada....
First161816201622Last