More than 260,000 children in Broward were up early for the first day of school Monday morning. With the start of the new school year, students and parents should be aware of some changes.
The nation’s sixth-largest school district, Broward County, wants to drastically improve its schools and took the first step toward achieving that goal Tuesday night.
Many parents pass time in the sometimes forever-long school pick-up line by catching up with friends on the phone, or perhaps even finishing-up business over Bluetooth. But, in an effort to put the brakes on dangerous driving, the Broward school district is proposing a ban on all cell phone use on school property while driving.
The parents of students at Deerfield Park Elementary School were notified Tuesday about a case of bacterial meningitis.
Broward teachers, all 14 thousand of them, after much persistence, learned Friday that they will be receiving their raises.
Pleased with his accomplishments over the last two years, the Broward County School Board has extended Superintendent Robert Runcie’s contract.
With the start of the upcoming school year just around the corner, the Broward School District is looking to bring in some new faces to get behind the wheel.
Classes don’t resume until August, but the cafeteria is open all summer at dozens of South Florida schools. We talk about a federally funded program that aims to keep children from going hungry while school is out and how families in need can benefit.
A Broward School bus driver, who originally said she was talking to her son in Iraq when she was caught using her cell phone on duty, admitted Tuesday the story was a lie and has accepted her suspension, according to CBS4’s Joan Murray.
An attorney for a Broward school bus attendant accused of abusing a 13-year-old boy with autism entered a not guilty plea in court Wednesday.