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Miami Dade Schools 2h
Is an ellipsis when the moon is in front of the sun…Happy !
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Miami Dade Schools 4h
The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you. –B.B. King
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Miami Dade Schools 5h
this week! Remember that just one small act of kindness can positively impact the lives of others.
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Miami Dade Schools 19h
Don’t forget to stop by your school’s cafeteria for a healthy and nutritious breakfast every day through November 16, 2018 to be entered in a drawing to win a $25 Amazon gift card.
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Miami Dade Schools Sep 23
Total per-pupil funding generated by the state’s funding formula is the same as it was 10 yrs ago. Teachers find it difficult to afford median housing costs in Miami-Dade County, w/ one of the highest costs of living of any FL county, 8% higher than state avg.
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Miami Dade Schools Sep 22
Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall. — F. Scott Fitzgerald. Happy !
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Miami Dade Schools Sep 21
The latest edition of our Connection parent newsletter is full of smiles and great information. Read more at
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Miami Dade Schools Sep 21
Empower yourself with facts about the referendum at the upcoming Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday, September 25, 2018, at from 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
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Miami Dade Schools Sep 21
Attracting committed, talented people to the teaching profession requires that they see a promising financial future. Districts w/higher teacher compensation have higher retention rates. Nationally, FL ranks near the bottom in avg salary for instructional staff.
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Community Engagement Sep 21
Happy International Day of Peace! Whatever you do, be sure to cherish every moment of harmony.
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Miami Dade Schools Sep 21
What are you grateful for on ? At , we are grateful to have the most inspiring educators in the nation and a student body that is compassionate, courageous, passionate and smart.
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Alberto M. Carvalho Sep 20
No greater force in our community than public education. We must work together to ensure its viability & vitality. What must you consider? The commitment, dedication of our teachers, their invaluable service, the safety of our children & ultimately our future.
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Miami Dade Schools Sep 20
Full house tonight for the first in a series of town hall meetings to inform the public regarding the referendum. For more information, visit .
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MLEC Sep 20
Superintendent Carvalho, addressing the “moral imperative of our time.... ensuring that our children are safe and that educators can continue to do their work day after day”
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Miami Dade Schools Sep 20
Learn how the referendum impacts teachers and school security at the next Town Hall Meeting on Monday, September 24, 2018, at from 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
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Amazon Business Sep 20
We teamed up with our local fulfillment centers to surprise with $25K of ! We’re happy to support local educators who inspire innovative learning.
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Alberto M. Carvalho Sep 20
Preparing students for college, while saving parents money. It’s a win win.
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Miami Dade Schools Sep 20
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Alberto M. Carvalho Sep 20
. educators Lilia Avendano & Fritz Morency have helped change the course of their students' lives by fostering intellectual growth & bringing innovation to their classrooms. Congratulations on being named recipients of ’s Outstanding Educator Award.
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Miami Dade Schools Sep 20
Mental health challenges among children and adolescents can bring serious changes to the way they typically learn, behave, or handle their emotions. Learn more about how can help by contacting your child’s school or by calling (305) 995-7100. .
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