WTEC registration & testing

BELLE GLADE — West Technical Education Center, 2625 State Hwy 715 in Belle Glade, is now being accepting applications for Adult Education and Pre-Apprenticeship programs. They are offering ABE/GED, ESOL, carpentry, HVAC, electrical, welding, and plumbing. For information contact 561-829-4620. Carpentry, HVAC, electrical, welding, and plumbing pre-registration dates will be accepted through Aug. 23 from […]

WGS Summer Book Giveaway kickoff

West Glades School (WGS) kicked off its summer reading program, which encourages students to “Be Wild Readers.” Students in kindergarten through seventh grades were called to the Media Center, allowed to choose a new book and given information about summer reading options. For more information and a suggested list of summer books to read, go […]

Third-grade student brings recycling to MHES

MOORE HAVEN — Kathrine Washam, while running for third-grade president two years ago, promised to start a plastic recycling program at Moore Haven Elementary School (MHES), if elected. Not only was she elected president, but the recycling program has been in successful operation ever since. “We throw so much plastic into our landfills,” said Miss […]

MHES presents awards to fifth grade students

Moore Haven Elementary School (MHES) presented fifth grade students with awards during a ceremony for the fourth nine weeks of the 2017/2018 school year. Effort: Ca’Nya McCoy, Yaneli Patishtan-Jose, Javaryn Harris and Emilly Rico. Citizenship: Simon Centeno, Yesenia Juarez-Hernandez, Lindsay Miller and Kathrine Washam. Improvement: Addison Helfinstine, Hegan Williams, Samantha Dukes and Yosue Malvarez. Straight […]

MHES presents awards to fourth grade students

Moore Haven Elementary School (MHES) presented fourth grade students with awards during a ceremony for the fourth nine weeks of the 2017/2018 school year. Effort: Alexus Navarro, Laniya Ash and Ayden Thomas. Citizenship: Addison Ridgdill, Mallori Norris, Marco Tapia and Dawson Seiler. Improvement: Harley Pryor, Adolfo Paniagua and Thaddeus Johns. Straight As & Es: Addison […]

MHES presents awards to third grade students

Moore Haven Elementary School (MHES) presented third grade students with awards during a ceremony for the fourth nine weeks of the 2017/2018 school year. Effort: Emmalee Kidd, Albrey West, Makayla Rojo, Talia Rosas and Iyonye Thompson. Citizenship: Audrina Santana, Brooklyn Patterson, Kannon Brown and Bristal Hendry. Improvement: Neri Rico, Alayna Palladino, Hannah Conner and Angela […]

Kindergarten & first grade students receives awards

MOORE HAVEN — Moore Haven Elementary School (MHES) presented kindergarten and first grade students with awards during a ceremony for the fourth nine weeks of the 2017-18 school year. Kindergarten: • Effort: Edinson Velasquez-Lopez, Adrian Guzman, Aryann Greathouse, Luke Pardo and Jada Griner. • Citizenship: Claudia Gomez, Grayson Lanier, Ryder Lee, Avery Savoie and Braylee […]

MHES presents awards to second grade students

Moore Haven Elementary School (MHES) presented second-grade students with awards during a ceremony for the fourth nine weeks of the 2017-18 school year. Effort: Orien Paul, Cameron Heath, Tomas, Gil and Izabella Serra. Citizenship: Dora Garcia, Danae Cruz, Marbella Garcia Lopez and Hazley Osceola. Improvement: Bryce Crumb, Cole Lynn, David Gonzalez and Edwin Cruz. Straight […]

WGS presents Citizen awards

West Glades School presented Citizens of the Month awards to kindergarten through eighth-grade students for the month of April 2018. Kindergarten through second grade: Cheyenne Kats, Kaylee Dana, Reina Tyson, Edgar Santiago Pedro, Angelina Flores-Ortiz, Anna Cahuich Orellana, Reese Johnson, Jessa Bird, Reese Tyson, Abigail Townsend, and Arlet Ramirez. Third through fifth grades: Brianna Godinez, […]

Glades County recognizes West Glades students

West Glades School (WGS) students were recognized at the May 10 Glades County School Board Meeting for completing the Sunshine State Challenge. The purpose of this statewide reading motivational program is to encourage students to read independently for pleasure. WGS has 17 students who read 10 of the 15 books and 11 students who read […]