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Charity Helps Florida Students Get Dressed To Head Back To School

As schools open for a new school year, they’ll also start encountering student poverty and homelessness. At last count — the 2013/2014 school year —  the number of homeless students had risen to more than 71,000 in the state’s public schools. For many of these children, a brand new school uniform may be out of […]

Back-To-School Scenes From Across Florida

After a long, humid summer, kids across the state are waking up and getting ready to go back to school this week. One of those students, 16-year-old Keri Grigas, started her junior year at South Broward High School this morning. Listen to her bus-stop interview with us from this morning: Keri later met up with […]

Florida Students Head Back To Class

The summer has come to an end for Charlotte County school students. Today is the first day of class for the 2012-2013 school year. Six other districts start this week. Brevard, Citrus, Lee, Nassau and Walton County schools head back to class on Wednesday. Sumter County schools start classes on Thursday. The majority of Florida […]

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