Heith Lawrence made his stage debut May 11 in a school production of “Little Shop of Horrors,” a horror/comedy/rock musical from the 1980s. The Moore Haven Middle-High School freshman played the lead role of Seymour Krelborn, a meek flower shop employee.
“I tried out because people were talking about it and
BRIGHTON — The high school graduates had been gone for four years, but on May 14 a dozen former Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School students proudly walked through the halls of the K-8 school dressed in colorful caps and gowns for all to see.
Every PECS student and teacher lined up outside
BRIGHTON — Every year, the students at the Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School learn their ancestors’ culture by living it for a day, thus gaining a tangible appreciation for the past.
At the PECS annual hands-on culture camp May 17, students in grades 4, 5 and 6 cooked lunch in the cooking
With a Bachelor of Fine Arts in hand, Acealyn Youngblood is ready to embark on a career as an artist. A graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia, she studied illustration and plans to work in either package or magazine design.
“Ever since I was a child
BRIGHTON — Borrowing from an old proverb, it takes a village to educate a child. At Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School in Brighton, that village was recognized for the work it does all year long. Classroom teachers, culture employees and non-instructional staff each had their moment in the spotlight May 9
BIG CYPRESS – Ahfachkee students had a rare insider’s view of what it takes to write and illustrate books when children’s book author Andrew Toffoli spent the day April 20 demonstrating the process.
Toffoli specializes in histories told through characters that slightly resemble the authentic figures, but in the guise of
IMMOKALEE — The Immokalee Boys & Girls Club welcomed the Native Pride Dancers to the Immokalee reservation April 18 where founder and artistic director Larry Yazzie shared his talent, skills and enthusiasm for dance with the kids.
After a day of programs at Immokalee High School and the Boy & Girls
BIG CYPRESS — It was billed as the annual Senior Earth Day Field Day, but cut-throat competition was nowhere to be found April 18. Instead, about 30 seniors relished the camaraderie, fellowship and fun of a day filled with activities and laughter at the Junior Cypress rodeo grounds in Big
The Seminole Tribe reached an agreement April 18 with Governor Rick Scott to continue making revenue sharing payments to the state through May 2019. The payments are mandated by the 2010 compact between the Tribe and the state; the Tribe has been paying about $300 million per year into the
BIG CYPRESS — Ahfachkee students have been expanding their horizons this year by exploring new ways to learn through hands-on fun, yet educational, competitions.
The South Florida FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics League competitions ended in January, so a group of fourth, fifth and sixth graders competed in the SECME-STEM Olympiad April