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The Florida Times-Union and Flagler County Public Schools will join together to host the 2013 Flagler County Spelling Bee for fifth- through eighth-grade students 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 15, at Buddy Taylor Middle School. Approximately 20 school finalists will compete for the title of Flagler County Spelling Bee Champion.
“This annual tradition among Flagler students allows us to emphasize that our high student expectations continue, that we focus on academic excellence and achievement, and that we reward and celebrate student successes,” said Sabrina Crosby, Flagler Schools project coordinator.
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23 Diabetes Support Group
9:00 am - 10:00 am
23 People Who Need People Club Meeting
23 Peoples Social Club
Tea Party: Vote no on June 7 School Board tax
"Adding back in the 45 minutes would require hiring a number of additional teachers, which would certainly be pleasing to the union, but how these 45 minutes would improve the quality of education has yet to be quantified."
Sheriff: Approving June 7 tax will make Flagler safer
"Adding back 45 minutes to the classroom means that students would be released closer to 3:30 each afternoon, rather than being released in our community at 2:30 p.m., hours before most parents are home."
BREAKING: After attack, three pit bulls to be euthanized
Three pit bulls involved in the May 5 mauling of a Flagler County woman were scheduled to be put down Wednesday, according to Diane Voigt, of the Flagler Humane Society.