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ERIC KELLY: The president of the Quantum Foundation was the keynote speaker for the 7th Annual Youth Empowerment Luncheon on Jan. 26.

NULITES: Inspiring futures

February 24, 2018

ACTIVITY MONDAY: Mathematics instructor Mrs. Williams, left, joins Skye Hinson as Skye holds her gift that was donated by the U.S Marines.

‘Toys for Teenagers’

December 18, 2017

THAT'S THE SPIRIT: Vilaine Jorcilien, left, and School Improvement Club member Sanon Margarelet sell candy canes in front of the cafeteria.

Happy Holidays

December 15, 2017

TAMRON HALL: The award-winning journalist 
was the guest speaker at the Links' 37th White Rose Luncheon Dec. 4. The Links is an international non-profit organization that celebrates friendship and service, and raises money for scholarships. Hurricane students and staff -- including CEO Dr. Emma Banks, Vice Principal Ms. Pientka, and former Pre-Law and Debate instructor Lonnie Martens -- also attended.

37th White Rose Luncheon

December 11, 2017

UP AND AWAY: Dr. Landron's Health Science class learned about the Palm Beach County Health Care District's Trauma Hawk, and what flight service  nurses do on the helicopter, Dec. 1 in West Palm Beach.

Healthcare in the air

December 6, 2017

WE'RE HONORED: Key Club members played Bingo with veterans, got to interact with some who fought in World War 2, and celebrated one of the patient's birthdays at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Riviera Beach on Dec. 2.

A day with Veterans

December 6, 2017

CANES MEET COUGARS : At Congress Middle School Dec. 4, Culinary Academy students taught how to cook fried rice, while Medical Academy students taught cardio-pulminary resuscitation, pulse, and medical safety.

Teacher for a day

December 6, 2017

ALL AROUND THE STATES: When the C-SPAN interactive, multimedia mobile classroom arrived on campus Nov. 29, students in the AP Government/History, TV & Film Production and Journalism classes got to explore the technology inside the bus. The new state-of-the-art customized motor coach stops at book festivals, high schools and universities to host students and teachers around the nation, giving them an inside look at C-SPAN’s comprehensive educational and political resources as part of a 50-State Tour that began in September.

In the inside

December 1, 2017

ALL EYES ON HIM: The TV & Film Production class stayed focused on Lyndell Thomas, a filmmaker who visited the Hurricanes as part of Entrepreneurship Week, to inform the students of the possibilities in filmmaking on a budget.

Balancing money

November 17, 2017

CONGRATULATIONS: The girls soccer team won 5-2 against Port St. Lucie Nov. 8, Jada Hall scoring three goals and Desiree Coleman-Williams scoring two.

Lady Canes takes the win

November 10, 2017