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Education

  • State, schools partner to get students into real world

    Greg Ira, the state Department of Environmental Protection’s Environmental Education Director, is a man with a mission.
    “We want to make sure the students get out,” he said during a visit Thursday to Cedar Key Scrub. “We’re taking the classroom out of the school.”

  • Shark News for Jan. 26

    Get ready, and get
    excited; it’s Homecoming

    By Taryn Epperson & Montana Beckham
    Shark Correspondents
    Homecoming week is always a smash hit for the Sharks. Every day is something different to get the players ready and excited for Friday’s game. Shark Pride was the theme for this week.

  • State gives LIFE new life

    The last time Cedar Key School students participated in the state's Learning in Florida’s Environment (LIFE) program, they did so with the help of the Cedar Key Energy Advisory Panel and Suwannee River Water Management District.
    Today, when 50 students participate in a second LIFE program it will be with state funding. That's because an agreement with the state Department of Environmental Protection’s Office of Environmental Education will establish the state’s 18th Learning in Florida’s Environment (LIFE) Program site in Levy County.

  • Shark News for the week of Jan. 19

    Senior ad reminder

  • LUNCHLINE

    All meals come with a choice of assorted milks

  • Shark News for Jan. 12

    CKS Spring Sports

    By Sarah Bartholemy
    & Chloe Reynolds
    Shark Correspondents
        As winter sports come to an end, Cedar Key School is preparing to start its spring training.

  • It’s tough being small

    The state Department of Education’s grades for high schools are out and it’s a mixed report for Levy County..
    The report card:
    • Bronson Middle/High School got a C, down from last year’s B
    • Cedar Key High School got a C, down from last year’s A
    • Chiefland got a B, down from last year’s A, and
    • Williston High School got a B, up from a C.

  • Cedar Key student wins district spelling bee

    Competition was tight Friday morning between elementary and middle school spelling champs from schools throughout the county. Eleven children competed in the Levy County District Spelling Bee, held at Bronson High School, but only one came away with the top prize and a chance to compete in Tallahassee’s Big Bend Regional Spelling Bee in February.

  • Schools foundation gala moves to January

    The Levy County Schools Foundation will host its annual STARS Gala on Saturday, Jan. 28 at 6 p.m., doors open at 5:30 p.m. at Chiefland Elementary School.   
    STARS — Students, Teachers, and Respected Supporters - Gala was formerly known as the Superintendent’s Gala and is the non-profit Foundation’s premier fundraising event.  

  • Barber retires after 5.7 million meals

    When Candy Barber started working as a substitute in the  Chiefland schools lunchroom she only wanted to have a job that allowed her to be home with her children, Royce and Janet, when they were not in school.
    On Jan. 4 Barber, who estimates she has served or overseen the serving of over 5 million meals, will retire from her post as coordinator of food service for the county’s 13 schools. She is also president of the Florida School Nutrition Association.