We had so many parents e-mail photos for opening day that we included them in our Opening Day photo slideshow, available by clicking here… Thank you for all the great photos! Have a photo you’d like to share? E-mail your photo to Communications Specialist Jason McCord and we will add it to our photo slideshow.
The Board of Education has adopted new admission fees for athletic events this year. Admission is $3 for adults and $2 for students. However, there is no admission fee for senior citizens. The Board decided to increase the fees by $1 after a review showed they had not been increased in many years.
The 2012-13 district calendar is now available as a .pdf by clicking here… Please note, as part of efforts to cut costs, the district will not mail print calendars to district residents this year. We apologize for any inconvenience this may create; however the district believes this is a prudent cost-saving measure given the current… Read more »
Students Zachary Anders, Gabriella Castiglione, Isabelle Churan, Trevor Kozak, Ryan Murray and Alida Scecchitano were recognized as Students of the Month on Sept. 28. 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. “These students deserve recognition for… Read more »
Principal Rich Pogue would like to share a letter with Middle School parents about a “Salt and Ice Challenge” that a few students were overheard discussing. This is a relatively new phenomenon that has been growing on YouTube where individuals pour salt on part of their body and then add ice. This dare can cause… Read more »
Dr. Angelina Bergin, an educator with 16 years of administrative and classroom experience, was appointed the next superintendent by the Board of Education on April 11. She is expected to start on July 1, succeeding Superintendent Lou McIntosh who will retire at the end of the school year. “It’s an honor to come to a… Read more »
Educators from Tamarac schools visited Maple Hill High School on Jan. 10 to observe their Distance Learning classroom as the district explores the possibility of creating its own. Distance Learning allows schools to work together through videoconferencing technology to offer courses they would not be able to offer on their own. “It’s nothing new for… Read more »