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Hodges Connect celebrates March EMT graduates

Hodges University and Hodges Connect, the workforce initiative of the University’s Professional Education and Training department, celebrated the March 2021 Emergency Medical Technician class with a pinning ceremony on March 12, 2021. A pinning ceremony is a graduation to recognize the ...

12 students from Lee competing in State Science Fair this week

A dozen students from the School District of Lee County are competing this week in The State Science & Engineering Fair of Florida 2021. The District saw public school students sweep the top awards at the 2021 Thomas Alva Edison Kiwanis Regional Science & Engineering Fair. The ...

Education Notes 3-26-21

Three Cape students named ‘Do The Right Thing’ winners Three students were honored as “Do The Right Thing” award recipients this week for their good deeds. Command staff with the Cape Coral Police Department’s Community Services Bureau visited the students’ schools to present them ...

North student earns Golden Futures scholarship

Kassandra Cooper has dreamed of being a music teacher her entire life and, perhaps, even teaching alongside her parents in the community she loves. This past week, the North Fort Myers High School student took a huge step toward that dream by becoming one of two students to receive a Golden ...

North High to give ‘42nd Street’ another go

Last year, the North Fort Myers High School Drama Club was getting ready to put on its rendition of the classic musical “42nd Street” when the pandemic forced the show to be cancelled. This year, with all the sets and costumes and choreography ready, it made sense to give the musical ...

Education Notes 3-12

Cape residents inducted into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi The following people recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines: * Christi Iverson of Cape Coral at Nova ...

Mid Cape Global Academy students create Blessing Bags

As seventh grade student Karina Delagarza filled Blessing Bags with donated toiletry items, she couldn’t help having mixed emotions. On one hand she felt like she was doing something significant to help those less fortunate, but on the other hand she was sad that there are so many who are ...