CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Nearly half of the Broward County Public Schools in Coral Springs have received awards for promoting parent, student and community engagement in education for 10 or more consecutive years – and two schools have earned awards for 40 consecutive years, the school district announced Thursday.
The nine Coral Springs schools are among the 80 schools across Broward County named Golden and Silver School Awards winners for the 2019/20 school year by Florida Department of Education.
The Golden School Award recognizes elementary, secondary and adult schools with exemplary volunteer programs. The Silver School Award recognizes secondary schools that provide volunteer services to elementary or other secondary schools.
The district commended Ramblewood Elementary School and Westchester Elementary School on their 40th consecutive year in earning the Golden School Award.
“These awards are well-deserved and honor the focus, dedication and hard work of our school leaders, teachers, parents, students, and community,” Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie said in a news release. “We are extremely proud of our schools for their outstanding volunteer program achievement.”
Here are Coral Springs schools that won the Golden School Award or Silver School Award for 10 or more consecutive years:
Ramblewood Elementary School: 40 years (Golden School)
Westchester Elementary School: 40 years (Golden School)
Maplewood Elementary School: 38 years (Golden School)
Park Springs Elementary School: 30 years (Golden School)
Forest Glen Middle School: 27 years (Golden School)
Ramblewood Middle School: 26 years (Golden School)
Eagle Ridge Elementary School: 23 years (Golden School)
Sawgrass Springs Middle School: 20 years (Golden School)
Coral Glades High School: 14 years (Golden School)
Coral Glades High School: 14 years (Silver School)
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