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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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31 New Years Party
31 New Years Eve Party
24 Waterfront 5K and 10 Mile Run
Christmas with a Deputy comes to town
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office has partnered with Target for the past seven years to bring a little holiday spirit and cheer into the lives of some less fortunate children.
PHOTO GALLERY: YEAR IN REVIEW JAN-FEB
Take a look back at the year with these moments captured by the staff at the Palm Coast Observer.
High schools both earn 'B' school grades
Flagler Palm Coast High School and Matanzas High School are both down a letter grade from a year ago, but they are being graded on a tougher scale.