The Ark Wildlife Rescue assists animals in need

The Ark Wildlife Rescue assists animals in need

Serving St. Johns and all surrounding counties, The Ark Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation rescued, rehabilitated and released 20,000 local wildlife since the non-profit formed in late 1999. More »

Lend an Ear Outreach strives to give the gift of hearing

Lend an Ear Outreach strives to give the gift of hearing

Outreach is truly the key for making something happen, including giving and receiving the gift of hearing. More »

Bartram Springs Elementary provides musical theatre opportunities

Bartram Springs Elementary provides musical theatre opportunities

The musical theatre program at Bartram Springs Elementary has became a standout opportunity offered for students to shine. More »

Have you heard about OLLI?

Have you heard about OLLI?

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at University of North Florida is known as OLLI. It is a community of learners with the vision “Live well, learn forever.” More »

Saltwater Fishing: North Florida angling with Capt. Kirk Waltz

Saltwater Fishing: North Florida angling with Capt. Kirk Waltz

Current North Florida weather gives us all that perfect window of opportunity to try out new stuff we received over the holidays. More »

 

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Students tackle hunger in St. Johns County at annual SOUPer Bowl

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By Suzanne Raybuck
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The second annual SOUPer Bowl at Allen D. Nease High School raised more than $32,000 for the First Coast Blessings in a Backpack organization to help hungry students in St. Johns County.

Chargers get interactive lesson in bullying and cyber-safety

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By Amy Kaminsky
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The Patriot Oaks Academy gym was packed with screaming middle school students. The music blared. Kids danced, then ran, then cheered. An outsider never would have guessed the preteens and teens had filled the gymnasium to learn about the risks of social media, the perils of bullying and the importance of finding the courage to lead.

New principals announced for Elementary M and Switzerland Point Middle School

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By NewsLine Staff
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Randall “Jud” Strickland, principal of Cunningham Creek Elementary (CCE), has been selected by Superintendent Tim Forson to be the principal of elementary “M” currently being constructed at 2675 Pacetti Road and Kirstie Gabaldon, assistant principal of Sebastian Middle School, has been selected to be the principal of Switzerland Point Middle School replacing Lisa Kunze who was recently chosen selected to be the principal of Allen D. Nease High School (NHS). Both nominations will be presented to the School Board at its Feb. 14 meeting.

Early kindergarten registration dates announced for St. Johns County

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By NewsLine Staff
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The St. Johns County School District will hold early registration for children entering kindergarten for the 2017 – 2018 school year on the following dates:

Wednesday, Feb. 15, 1  p.m. – 5 p.m.
Friday, March 24, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Tuesday, April 4, 1  p.m. – 5 p.m.
Monday, May 15, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

The Ark Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation provides assistance to animals in need

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By Angela Higginbotham
mail@floridanewsline.com

A dynamic and passionate team of three volunteers give life to The Ark Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation. Based in St. Augustine, Karen Lynch, Thaida Bonner and Valerie Hale work tirelessly to rescue and treat animals in need. Serving St. Johns and all surrounding counties, the team have rescued, rehabilitated and released 20,000 local wildlife since the non-profit organization formed in late 1999. In 2016, they were able to provide assistance to more than 1,600 animals.