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  • April 27, 2020

    Osceola County teachers hold caravan to surprise middle school student on birthday

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    Even as schools are closed, local teachers are still showing support for students outside of the classroom. When teachers and staff from P.M. Wells Charter Academy in Osceola County found out one of their students was not able to throw a party for his birthday, they decided to bring the party to him. Volunteers formed a caravan and drove by the middle school student’s house to surprise him for his birthday.

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  • April 26, 2020

    Virtual prom continues tradition for Madonna Learning Center

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    Canceling prom was not an option at Madonna Learning Center. Students in junior high, senior high, the adult program and some teachers look forward to an evening of dancing each year, and Madonna instructors wanted to make sure the celebration was held. Planning a socially distanced prom came together quickly. “We knew a virtual prom was the only way we could pull this off,” she added.

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  • March 31, 2020

    ‘I had to tell them how proud I am of them’: NJ teacher finds creative way to visit students

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    Coronavirus wasn't going to stop Ms. P from seeing her students. Marina Porporino, better known as Ms. P at Paterson Charter School for Science and Technology, was yearning for her 24 third-grade students. On March 24, she found a way to say hello and drop off some schoolwork.

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  • May 21, 2020

    Senior Participates in Virtual Awards Show

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    One senior performing arts student from the Lawrence Woodmere Academy will be able to take one final bow in an upcoming virtual awards show. LWA senior Harrison Schwartz will be one of 50 theater students that will take part in the 10th annual Roger Rees Awards for Excellence in Student Performance. The show will be held online on June 1 at 7:30 p.m.

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  • May 1, 2020

    Principal Tabari Wallace made sure each senior had their own personal parade

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    Tabari Wallace, North Carolina’s 2018 Principal of the Year, stood in full graduation regalia in the parking lot with a megaphone, coordinating cars. The parade of teachers, administrators, coaches, police officers, firefighters, and community leaders was set to fan out across the district to give each student their own private parade. The parades visited 220 seniors in a four-hour window, covering 485 square miles.

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  • April 29, 2020

    Custom car shop lifts spirits with banners for Roxboro senior athletes

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    Owning one of the nation's most diverse custom vehicle shops has its advantages at a time like this. "It's just the small things that make a difference," Adam Wolfe, owner of Dreamworks Motorsports said. "It's not the big stuff. We have the ability to do things, and we're very resourceful so when we want to do something, we just do it."

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