The Air Force Junior ROTC instructors and cadets of Mount Dora High School earned an overall unit assessment score of “Exceeds Standards” - the highest rating attainable during the state wide assessment held on Oct. 22.
Lake County Schools and Lake County Library System have partnered for a district-wide contest with an effort to provide every student in Lake County Schools the opportunity to have a free library card. The new partnership and the library card competition was announced last Tuesday during Jumpstart’s Read for the Record event at Lake Minneola High.
Kimberly Menendez, a junior at Lake Minneola High, received the highest percentage of votes for her design of the logo which will be used to help promote this year’s inaugural Arts & Cultural Festival. Menendez competed with 20 other finalists for a logo design which captured the theme of the festival: artistic approach and cultural significance.
Watch the premiere of the Home-School Connection at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 7.
The Umatilla Middle School and Umatilla High School AVID programs came together last month to celebrate the Second Annual AVID Contract Signing Night.
The final reading of the proposed update to the High School Student Clubs and Organizations Policy is scheduled to be voted on by the Lake County School Board at its 6 p.m. meeting on Monday, Oct. 6, at the Lake County Administration Building, located at 315 W. Main St., Tavares.
The Lake County School Board with input from constituents, school district staff and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Susan Moxley, has developed its 2014-15 legislative priorities. The aim of these priorities is to create meaningful reforms to help Lake County Schools put more resources into the classroom and temper the accelerated demand for additional state assessments.
Eustis Heights Elementary School is one of 60 elementary and middle schools nationwide to be awarded a $3,500 grant through the Voya Run For Something Better program.