Miami-Dade's Principal Of The Year Receives A+ Reward For His Good WorkThe 2020 school year was one to remember, and that’s especially true for Miami-Dade's principal of the 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.
Miami‐Dade County Public Schools Releases Virtual Graduation Ceremonies ScheduleMiami‐Dade County Public Schools has released its virtual ceremonies schedule for the graduating class of 2020.
Coronavirus Impact: Virtual Graduation & Senior Recognition Day For Miami-Dade StudentsMiami-Dade County Public Schools has released its plan for high school seniors who are graduating this year but can't walk in a traditional graduation ceremony due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Miami-Dade Superintendent: Re-Opening Schools This Year ‘Does Not Make Sense’Miami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho expressed his thoughts about the remainder of the school year during the COVID-19 crisis Wednesday afternoon.
Coronavirus Meals: Broward, Miami-Dade Schools Will Not Be Distributing Food On FridayFamilies who have been relying on the Miami-Dade school district for 'grab and go' breakfast and lunches may want to stock up on Thursday.
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.
Miami-Dade, Broward Schools To Remain Closed Until April 15Miami-Dade County Public Schools are to remain closed until April 15.
Miami-Dade School Board To Consider Starting Classes LaterThe Miami-Dade School Board has voted to officially explore later start times for as soon as the next school year.
Miami-Dade Officials Deliver Message To Students, Parents On School ThreatsIt's no joke' is the message behind the statewide awareness campaign sponsored by the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.
Miami-Dade Students Met With Smiles, Cheers Of First Day Of School YearMore than 350,000 students headed back to class on the first day of school in Miami-Dade.