Scientists and researchers from around Florida will discuss the latest efforts to heal the ailing Indian River Lagoon as Florida Institute of Technology’s Indian River Lagoon Research Institute convenes its 5th annual Technical Conference on Coastal Water Quality Friday, September 27.
The Brevard Schools Foundation Take Stock in Children (TSIC) program is actively seeking 10 new mentors to serve middle and high school students in the South Brevard area, including Eau Gallie, Melbourne and Palm Bay.
Are you disappointed in your child’s school, but not sure where to seek help? Florida Prep, Melbourne’s premier day school for boys and girls in grades 5 – 12, can assist.
Brevard Public Schools made its opening salary offer Tuesday to teachers represented by the Brevard Federation of Teachers. The district expected to negotiate in good faith over the next several days on a significantly better pay raise for teachers in 2019-2020. However, BFT leaders declined to negotiate Tuesday and said they were “done” for the week.
The School Board of Brevard County showed us the same song and dance of years past with the salary proposal they sent with their negotiating team.
With the assistance of retired first sergeant Juan Torres, Waggoner has shaped Merritt Island’s JROTC into a powerhouse program that is considered the top school in Florida for ROTC college scholarships and appointments to the military academies.
The Public Safety Institute at Eastern Florida State College is recruiting for its upcoming Emergency Medical Technician program.
Brevard Public Schools and the Brevard Federation of Teachers are taking a different approach to negotiating teacher pay and work conditions this year.
Each year the top 10-percent of Brevard middle school science research students are nominated to compete with thousands of other students in the national Broadcom Masters competition.
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While we are all breathing a huge sigh of relief that Brevard County was not impacted as badly as initially feared, we cannot ignore the stress and uncertainty we’ve collectively experienced over the past week.
Dr. Marshall D. Willman, President of Florida Prep announced today the school is actively working with parents and alumni in the Bahamas to facilitate the arrival of five displaced students from the Abaco Islands to the Melbourne boarding school.
While others were hunkered down awaiting Dorian’s arrival, Florida Prep students participated in Community Service at the nearby Orlando Melbourne International airport.
Starting Tuesday, K-12 students in U.S. public, private and home schools can enter the Mars 2020 Name the Rover essay contest. One grand prize winner will name the rover and be invited to see the spacecraft launch in July 2020 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
Eastern Florida State College is closed effective Friday, Aug. 30, through Tuesday Sept. 3, because of Hurricane Dorian, a powerful storm that has slowed its track through the Atlantic, causing a delay in a mandatory evacuation order for parts of Brevard County, which will now start at 8 AM Monday.
revard County Public Schools will be closed on Tuesday, per an announcement from Brevard Public Schools on Friday.
Florida Tech’s Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts marks its 10th anniversary this month as the unique museum’s growing permanent collection and creative exhibitions continue to solidify its position as a major cultural attraction on the Space Coast and beyond.
The National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) announced Virginia Hamilton, a Gifted Student Program Teacher at Quest Elementary School, will receive the 2019 NAGC Community Service Award, which is presented to an individual or organization that has made contributions that benefit gifted young people in the community, state, or nation.
UCF has done it again, bringing in a record $192.1 million in research funding for fiscal year 2019. Twenty-six grants worth more than $1 million each and 155 first-time lead investigators helped UCF grow its research portfolio.
John Alison, art educator at Ocean Breeze Elementary, was nominated by several people from the Indian Harbour Beach community for a $1,000 grant from LifeStyle Homes to support his art program.