Third-grade students at Gulf Stream School took a ‘Step Back in Time’ to see what getting an education was like between 1870 and 1912.
As part of their U.S. government class, Gulf Stream School seventh-grade students (l-r) Jake Julien, Katherine Erbstein and Tessa Sorenson address the Gulf Stream Town Commission about changing the driving age for golf carts in town. As part of their
(L-r) Kirsten Stephenson and Alyce Erickson, of the National Society of Arts and Letters’ Florida East Coast Chapter with Boca Raton Community High School photography students Blythe Nieporte, 18, and Christine Stephenson, 16; project mentor Vanessa
By Libby Volgyes
Juliana Papera eyes her opponent’s moves
By Emily J. Minor
In a bright, sunny classroom — the bright part being the students themselves — two seventh-grade girls a
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