Archive | By Staff | September 18, 2023 TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Today, Lieutenant Governor Jeanette Nuñez announced 12 finalists, one recipient of the first-of-its-kind Romero Britto Award, and two

The students of Frostproof Middle-High are ready to rock the MidFlorida Credit Union Ampitheatre this weekend. Tampa Bay Times | By Gabrielle Calise | July 6, 2023 Before Foreigner brings

The special Tony Award that honors educators will go this year to a drama teacher in Florida who has closed the gap between the deaf and hearing worlds abc

Dev Shah from Morgan Fitzgerald Middle could be the first Florida winner in two decades. Tampa Bay Times | By Jeffrey S. Solochek | June 1, 2023 It’s been more

Florida Today | By Finch Walker | May 11, 2023 Nahass was one of five people in Florida to win the award. She knows every child's name and what foods

Citrus County Chronicle | By Georgia Sullivan | April 17, 2023 Citrus High School’s very own computer science teacher Jerome “Jerry” Swiatek Jr. has been chosen out of more

Orlando Sentinel | By Leslie Postal | April 20, 2023 The top administrator at Umatilla High School in Lake County, who turned in a “stellar” performance his first year

Miami Herald | By Jimena Tavel | March 15, 2023 When Juan Rondeau arrives at home with his first-place trophy Wednesday, he will position it beside two others. For the

Sun North Port | Elaine Allen-Emrich | March 7, 2023 NORTH PORT — Stephanie Brown said her husband is the reason she’s bringing 1,300 gowns to the area for