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Dunnellon Elementary School's Maria Gonzalez helps her fourth grade students with classwork. She received the Excellence in Education Award earlier this month from Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera as part of Hispanic Heritage Month.

Local Hispanic Teachers Receive Excellence In Education Award

Maria Gonzalez of Dunnellon Elementary School and Grisell Santiago of P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School received the Excellence in Education Award earlier this month. The annual award was sponsored by Volunteer Florida, the Florida Department of Education and the Executive Office of the Governor as a part of Hispanic Heritage Month.


Students from Idylwild Elementary School launch a water rocket at Flavet Field. Fourth and fifth grade students from Idylwild Elementary School visited the University of Florida on Oct. 30 to learn about engineering and other STEM-related studies.

The University of Florida College of Engineering Reaches Out to Elementary Students

University of Florida engineering students hosted a day of science activities on campus for fourth- and fifth-grade students from Idylwild Elementary School on October 30.


Luee, a Malayan flying fox, is investigating fresh foliage in its habitat at the Lubee Bat Conservancy located in Gainesville, Fla.

High School to Build Bat Houses After Infestation

Sunlake High School science teachers take advantage of the school’s recent bat infestations and use it as an opportunity to teach their students more about bats.


Oct. 31, 2014: Morning News in 90

A video roundup of local, state and national stories for readers in North Central Florida.


In The News: App Detects Dishonesty, Shooting Victim Stable, Governor’s Race Tied, Fugitive Captured in Penn.

What happens when your friend’s smartphone can tell that you’re lying A smartphone app could soon detect whether people are deceiving you through facial expressions or analyzing the human voice. Washington Post Woman shot by ex-boyfriend thought to be ‘intruder’ [...]


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