Holiday travelers and visitors to the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport are in for a treat when they will hear music performed by over 1,400 Broward County Public Schools music and performing arts students at this year’s Winter Festival of Music.
Half of the battle to receive an invitation to perform at the Sugar Bowl halftime show is practice and perseverance.
Now comes the harder part: getting the money to get them there.
JP Taravella DECA today hosted a school-wide event called “Straight Outta High School,”to inspire juniors and seniors to consider a variety of emerging career options that will enable them to earn a good living without having to attend college.
It’s Saturday morning and children and teens are lining up at the Tamarac Community Center, not for a concert or magic show, but to play chess.
My children attend some of the top ranked public schools in the county and we don’t even live any where near the schools.
You’re probably wondering if I know important people over at Broward County Public Schools, don’t you?
The students from the JP Taravella High School Drama theater program presents their latest play: Hotel Paradiso.
Piper High School will be hosting the third annual Community Wellness Day this Friday where students will meet former Miami Dolphins’ players, Miami Dolphins’ cheerleaders, and receive a special musical performance by R&B recording artist Teenear.
As the process of applying to and selecting a college becomes more and more competitive and complex, students and parents need all the help and information they can get.
Calling all aspiring film students Tamarac. The time has come once again to celebrate student filmmaking in Florida with the Palm Beach International Film Festival’s Student Showcase of Films.
The safety of our children and our schools is a top priority of the Broward Sheriff’s Office. Today, as a measure of that commitment, we have school resource deputies serving in 54 Broward County schools….
This week has been a successful week for many of the residents, and Tamarac Talk has two reasons to celebrate.
Why shouldn’t we?
June 3 isn’t exactly a holiday, but there will be plenty of residents celebrating after finding out the proposal for the future charter school was scrapped by the City of Tamarac
Academica, the charter school company that wants to build its Doral Academy Preparatory School on seven acres in the Sports Complex also wants to build a school in Parkland. However, according to the Sun Sentinel, city officials there are favoring a municipal charter school instead.
The JP Taravella High School Jazz Band is dreaming of competing in New York City next year, but first they need to raise the funds to get there….
A local student was one of the three Broward County Public School students who took home a coveted Miami Herald Silver Knight Award on Wednesday evening.
A Broward County public school teacher, who is a Tamarac resident, made a powerful speech against the proposed charter school at last month’s Neighborhood Meeting which brought residents to their feet.
JP Taravella Academy of Finance hosted their annual Mock Interview Day on Thursday where twenty business partners, many of whom are members of the Coral Springs Chamber of Commerce, participated in the important event.
Back in January 21, 2014, the City Commission agenda was missing a very important item on it.
It was something that City Manager Michael Cernech planned on discussing at the meeting,
There is still time to reassign your child to another school for the 2015/2016 school year and because Broward County Public Schools allows for school choice, parents that are willing to drive their children can enroll them anywhere in the County.
By: Sharon Aron Baron For months, residents of Tamarac have been asking their elected officials to comment, at least say something about the charter school that is being proposed on seven acres at the Sports Complex on Nob Hill Road. But for months the mayor and commissioners have been relatively mute. Were they directed by someone not […]