In honor of Veterans Day, students, faculty and staff created a display of American flags with personal messages of thanks and remembrance for fathers, mothers, uncles, grandparents and others close to them who served or are currently serving in the armed services. The display is in the Secondary School lobby.
Tamarac High School held its annual Senior Citizens Concert and Luncheon on Thursday, November 8, welcoming hundreds of senior citizens from the community to listen to the High School Jazz Band, Concert Band and Choralaires. Students in the school’s Key Club then provided a free lunch to guests. Thank you to everyone who attended and… Read more »
Tamarac Elementary School received $500 worth of free books this year through a Target Books for Schools Award grant. “A class of third graders helped me unpack the cartons and sort the contents,” said Library Media Specialist Janice Toomajian.”The children were excited to be the first students at Tamarac to handle the new books and… Read more »
The Brunswick Cares Community Food Pantry received 800 food donations in November thanks to Tamarac Middle School students. “This is our third year partnering with Tamarac Middle School students and we couldn’t be more thrilled for this relationship of support,” said Erin Hvizdak from the Food Pantry. “Our goal is to work together as a… Read more »
The Brittonkill Educational Foundation awarded its 2012 Alumni Achievement Awards to Carolyn Chuhta ’99, Grace Hansen ’05 and Dr. Andrew Miller ’97 at a dinner in their honor on Oct. 27 at the Sterup Square. The annual awards honor Tamarac alumni who have demonstrated the highest level of personal and professional accomplishments, devoted time and… Read more »
Students Quentin Crudo, Ryan Derby, Austin Keefer, McKenzie LeVan, Kelsey Sloan and Evan White were recognized as Students of the Month on Oct. 26. The awards, which were read over the morning announcements, are part of Tamarac Middle School’s Character Education program to recognize students in front of their peers. “Congratulations to these students who… Read more »
Tamarac sophomore Lauren O’Brien shared with her classmates the impact volunteering can have by telling her story of working over the summer in New Orleans. “I love to volunteer and it was a cool way to meet people from across the country,” Lauren said. “I didn’t realize the impact of Hurricane Katrina, especially after seven years…. Read more »