BIG CYPRESS — After only four months playing musical instruments, Ahfachkee School students showed what practice and motivation can do as they performed a rousing, pop-inspired spring concert April 30 for family, friends and other students. The students demonstrated their new-found skills on guitar, bass, ukulele, keyboards and drums on songs
Elementary School Serenity Bishop Malieue Bonilla Bradley Villanueva Dylanie Peak Kanae Jumper Aliyana Torres Travis Mitchell Brace Miller Juan Solis Mikayle Summeralls Augustice Jumper Koni Osceola J. Wayoo Billie Jaelee Weimann Meleah Billie Landon French Jace Johns Hinton "JB" Anderson Steel Gopher Tyler Peacock Ringo Billie Middle School Madison Taylor Valentine Martinez Shylynn Testerman Lupe Mora-Lara
PALM BEACH GARDENS — He met the governor at Florida Space Day in Tallahassee and has worked with Congressman Brian Mast. He was part of a presentation for the Seminole Tribe’s executive director of administration, Lee Zepeda. He’s been working with classmates on the launch of a satellite into space.
BRIGHTON — In February, Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School students learned that life is about breaking barriers, just as baseball legend Jackie Robinson did when he started for the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. By being the first black baseball player to play on a major league team, Robinson was the epitome of
Elementary School Isabella Virto Madeline Solis Claire Randolph Jeremy Jones Alakai Bert Bentley Osceola Kylo Cochran Marley Cypress Joshua Torres Urijah Bowers Josiah Gopher Ana Banda Jayshawn Henderson Bobbi Osceola Daliyah Nunez Joleyne Nunez Kiera Snell Devon Mitchell Alyssa Madrigal Lason Baker Brandon Gabbard Etanis Torres Kaison Bush Middle School Keenan Jones Marcos Reyna Karlyne Urbina Caitlin Olivarez
BIG CYPRESS — Ahfachkee middle school students brought home the JJ Teamwork Award from the SECME Competition on March 16 in Broward County. The Southeastern Consortium for Minorities in Engineering, founded in 1975, is an alliance of K-12 educators, universities, industry and government partners committed to engaging and preparing more minorities
BIG CYPRESS — Oozing with cuteness, hundreds of preschoolers from Big Cypress, Brighton, Immokalee and Hollywood gathered together to celebrate the Week of the Young Child at a carnival just for them April 12 in Big Cypress. The youngsters were kept busy and happy in bounce houses, ball pits, a petting