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  • Spring break is from March 17-25 Canes!

  • 33rd Annual Pathfinder Awards Ceremony May 17, 7 pm, Kravis Center

  • Cane-gratulations to Alyssa Stephens for her record-setting 6:44 track time.

  • Congratulations to our Robotics team for winning the championship!

  • Congratulations to Jose Murillo, CTE Student of the Year

News

Learning the past, focused on future

Nyoka Fowler

LEARNING ABOUT THE PAST: At Riverbend Park in Jupiter during the Jan. 27 re-enactment of the Battle of Loxahatchee, the Canes were there -- specifically, members of the National Honor Society.

Learning the past, focused on future

Nyoka Fowler, Staff Writer

March 91 Comment

Finding their paths

Paul Razza

THEY REPRESENTED: The Hurricanes' 2017 Pathfinder Award nominees (from left), Linedjie Joseph, Alex Cote and Joudelyne Altidor, are all smiles during their March 8 interviews at Palm Beach Atlantic University. "The experience reminded me to take a leap of faith and remember that it's not always about winning but simply trying and being part of something great," said Joseph, Inlet Grove's Forensics/Speech nominee. Altidor, the Canes' Academic Excellence nominee, added, "It was great to see all of the top high school seniors come together to try to earn something for themselves and for their schools. It's good to be exposed to being judged so you understand that your performance does matter. Students who choose to follow the path of success and challenge should definitely participate." Final recognition in the area's biggest program honoring outstanding students, with college scholarships starting at $4,000 for first-place winners, will be presented at the Pathfinder Awards ceremony, Wednesday, May 17 at the Kravis Center.

Finding their paths

Brianna Luberisse, Editor-in-Chief

March 92 Comments

Business women host A Men’s Cookery

Brianna Luberisse

1ST PLACE CUISINE: The Rev. Michael Wilson, father of the Hurricanes' own Digital Design Instructor Anthony Bell, accepts the winning trophy for his winter squash dish from President Arneatha Roberts as The greater Palm Beaches Business and Professional Women’s Club, Inc. featured a dozen of “The Best Cooks in Palm Beach County” at their 20th Annual Men’s Cookery event. The coconut cake, ham and macaroni and cheese were particular hits as other chefs won awards for their tasty dishes Feb. 25 at the Salvation Army in West Palm Beach.

Business women host A Men’s Cookery

Brianna Luiberisse, Editor-in-Chief

March 6No Comments

Photo of the Day: Black history unity

Staff Photo

EDUCATING OUR PEERS: LPN students and Teen Outreach Program join to commemorate Black History Month.

Photo of the Day: Black history unity

February 271 Comment

And now…time to ‘Play ball’!

C.B. Hanif

And now…time to ‘Play ball’!

Brianna Luberisse, Editor-in-Chief

Some major league investment has come to the longneglected northwest corner of West Palm Beach, as the $145 million Ballpark of the Palm Beaches heads for home plate. Residents...

February 25No Comments

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Opinion

Who cares?

Who cares?

Dakota Sands, Staff Writer

Who should care or make a big deal about others and the clothes they wear? No one should, but there are some people who do. In my case, I love to wear a pair of shorts...

February 242 Comments

Memories of basketball

Memories of basketball

February 13

Living in a dump

Living in a dump

February 3

Food, rides, fun: South Florida Fair

Food, rides, fun: South Florida Fair

January 31

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Business women host A Men’s Cookery

Business women host A Men’s Cookery

Brianna Luiberisse, Editor-in-Chief

March 6No Comments

Memories of basketball

Memories of basketball

February 13

Living in a dump

Living in a dump

February 3

Food, rides, fun: South Florida Fair

Food, rides, fun: South Florida Fair

January 31

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Tales of La Chancla: The Movie(s)

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