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12/18/2014 Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-Dcps) Outperforms State On School Performance Grades, Graduation Rates
12/18/2014 Superintendent Carvalho To Discuss High School Performance Grades And Graduation Rates
12/17/2014 M-DCPS Alumnus And Grammy Award-Winner Motivates Carol City Middle School Students
12/16/2014 M-DCPS Refugee Program Coordinator Gives Keynote Address At Success Pathways Graduation
12/16/2014 Miami Palmetto Graduate Named New U.S. Surgeon General
12/15/2014 M-DCPS Chief Procurement Officer Honored As “Miami-Dade County Government Procurement Public Official Of The Year”
12/12/2014 Miami-Dade County School Board Renames Schools
12/11/2014 Hialeah High School Kicks Off GO Bond Project
12/11/2014 Talented Deaf And Hearing Impaired Students From Kenwood K-8 Perform, Celebrate Winter Holidays
12/8/2014 Hialeah High’s Thoroughbred Marching Band Makes History By Winning 2nd State Championship
12/8/2014 Fiscal Responsibility At M-DCPS, External Auditors Give Highest Opinion To M-DCPS’ Financial Documents
12/5/2014 M-DCPS Receives Grant From Verizon To Help Students Learn New Ways To Use S.T.E.M.
12/5/2014 M-DCPS on the College Board’s 5th Annual AP District Honor Roll for Significant Gains in Student Access, Success
12/4/2014 M-DCPS Provides Free Flu Mist To Students, “Teach Flu A Lesson” Initiative
11/26/2014 M-DCPS Hosts Bond Project Kick-Off Event at Kinloch Park Middle School
11/21/2014 School District Reaches Tentative Agreements With Two More Labor Organizations
11/21/2014 Superintendent Carvalho, Board Member Karp, FIU President Rosenberg, Attend Unveiling of Student Satellite Device
11/21/2014 GO Bond project gets underway at Bunche Park Elementary
11/20/2014 Melrose Elementary School Kicks Off GO Bond Project
11/19/2014 Miami-Dade School Board Awards Construction Contract for Replacement of Miami Norland Senior High School
10/01/14 M-DCPS Magnet Schools Are Now Accepting Applications

 

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