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Students spend summer with educational initiatives

Students wanting to get a head start in their education can do so this summer with educational summer programs in Broward County. Many local libraries, recreational centers and schools are hosting a variety of educational programs for K-12 students. Alphonza Green, assistant director at the Center for Student Success and Services,

High school seniors receive signing day ceremonies

College Signing Day, a national event that lets high school seniors publicly announce their choice of college, was celebrated tribal wide May 5 with festivities in Big Cypress, Brighton, Immokalee and Hollywood. Sponsored by the Center for Student Success and Services, the event was streamed live on Seminole Media Production’s

PECS Students of the Month

BRIGHTON — These students earned Student of the Month honors at Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School in April: Elementary: Jamelynn Anderson, Nathan Aviles, Neveah Gopher, Mikayle Summeralls, Augustice Jumper, Jaeue Weimann, Melaine Bonilla, Lindi Carter, Marley Jimmie, Timothy Urbina, Joleyne Nunez, Brody Riley, Kashyra Urbina, Malakai Garland, Steel Gopher, Keenan Jones, Maycee

PECS student Charlie Armstrong spells for sovereignty

BRIGHTON — Language is a core component of culture. For some members of the Seminole Tribe, this particular component is the Creek language, and one student has dedicated a large part of his life to understanding its significance. Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School sixth-grader Charlie Armstrong won first place in the school’s

Preschoolers celebrate graduation

Seminole preschoolers donned caps and gowns last month and walked into their futures amid cheers from family and friends. Immokalee, Brighton, Big Cypress and Hollywood preschools gave the students a first-class send off to kindergarten with themes including Disney, school days, Dr. Seuss and superheroes. Dressed in graduation garb embellished with patchwork,

Cooling off in Immokalee

Immokalee Preschool celebrated the Week of the Young Child on April 26 with a make your own sundae party. Children chose their toppings to customize the sundaes, which were gobbled down with gusto. At right, Alayna Rodriguez believes the spoon is optional as she enjoys her sundae. Below left, surrounded

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