Broward Schools Releases Calendar For New School YearBroward County Public Schools has released the calendar for the new 2020-2021 school year.
Broward County Public Schools To Continue Food Distribution Through SummerBroward County Public Schools announced it will continue its food distribution service through the summer.
Exclusive: Broward Superintendent Robert Runcie Explains Possible ‘Blended Learning’ Model For Next School YearAs beaches and businesses slowly begin to reopen school officials across South Florida are working out how they plan to keep students safe when school begins next year.
Broward Schools Releases Distance Learning Survey; Miami-Dade Schools Extends DeadlineBroward Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie announced Thursday the results of a major survey the school district undertook earlier this month.
Broward Schools Announce Cancellation Of Summer CampsBroward County Public Schools has announced the cancellation of its summer programs.
Broward Schools Changes Food Distributions To Twice A WeekBroward schools have changed their meal distribution schedule.
Coronavirus Update: Broward Schools Closes All Campus, Adds Food Distribution SitesAll Broward County public school campuses were closed Monday except for food distribution.
South Florida Schools Coronavirus: Preparing For Distance Learning Through End Of School YearDuring an emergency meeting of the Broward School Board, Superintendent Robert Runcie addressed the first day of distance learning and what the future holds.
Coronavirus Update: "Grab And Go" Meals For Students Available In Miami-Dade, BrowardMiami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho announced the district was prepared to extend at-home learning for its 350,000 students as long as necessary.
Coronavirus Update: Thousands Of Laptops, Tablets Distributed In Broward For Distance LearningBroward County schools gave out nearly 16,000 computers and tablets to students on Saturday.
Coronavirus Update: Broward Schools Could Remain Shuttered For Rest Of YearBroward County Superintendent of Schools Robert Runcie said Wednesday he expects students to learn from home for the rest of the school year, as the number of coronavirus cases in the county and the state continues to soar.