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A Bird's Eye View

The construction fences are in place. The heavy equipment has rolled on site. Hard hats dot the landscape. Beyond these signs of activity, to a passer-by it’s hard to discern what is going on beyond the barricades.  178 more words

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Administration revokes lunch passes for tardy students

BROOKE ATWELL

The administration has begun taking away the off-campus passes of students who return late to class after lunch.

“In previous years, seniors were only allowed off campus if they had a 2.0 grade point average. 119 more words

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District honors KWHS Bujak as student volunteer of the year

JASON BEEDE

Sophomore Chris Bujak was selected as the Monroe County School District Student Volunteer of the Year.

“I’m ecstatic that I was chosen out of the entire district. 325 more words

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District honors KWHS all county volunteer Leaser Hall

CLARE  KEHOE

Leasher Hall has been chosen as the 2012 district adult volunteer of the year. While maintaining a lifestyle as a full-time mother, Hall takes five to seven hours out of her day five days a week to volunteer here. 153 more words

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KWHS achieves A-rating

SHERMAN KAPLITZ

The Florida Department of Education has awarded KWHS an A-rank in its yearly breakdown.

Growth among the lowest quartile of students is a significant part of what upped the school’s grade. 78 more words

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Academic Challenge wins district championship sixth year in a row

photo contributed by Betsy Ford

The Academic Challenge team is moving on to the state championship in April where they will defend their state title after once again beating out Coral Shores and Marathon in the district competition. 41 more words

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Girls soccer team hopes to live up to high expectations

RICARDO GOMEZ

Expectations are high for the girls soccer team, which has played in the district championship game 14 years, but expectations are even higher for seniors Raquel and Lauren Schoneck. 236 more words

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