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Broward County Public Schools

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  • Students compete in Sunrise chess tournament

    Students compete in Sunrise chess tournament
    Earlier this month, Sunrise held its fourth annual "Champions of Chess" Tournament for elementary, middle and high school students.
  • Celebrating success

    An event will recognize scholarship recipients who have overcome abuse and neglect to graduate college. HANDY's 10th annual "Scholars Breakfast" will take place May 21 at Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six. The event will kick off at 7:30 a.m. with a coffee...

    Registration open for N. Lauderdale's summer camp options

    Registration is currently open for North Lauderdale's 2015 Summer Recreation Program. This year, the program will cover all 11 weeks of Broward County Public Schools' summer vacation. Running June 8 through July 31 are the Sports Camp; the traditional...

    Talks to improve police relations in minority neighborhoods continue

    Talks to improve police relations in minority neighborhoods continue
    To try and prevent violence that has happened elsewhere in the U.S. after black men have died during police encounters, frank talk between residents and leaders of Broward County's criminal justice system must continue. That was one of the conclusions...

    Former assistant band director charged in identity theft tax fraud scheme

    Former assistant band director charged in identity theft tax fraud scheme
    A former Plantation High School assistant band director pleaded not guilty Thursday to identity theft charges after investigators linked information from student records found in his home to fraudulent tax returns, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office....