Cape Coral Youth News

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24
Feb

Oasis Elementary teacher, students build bond with Ugandan orphanage

A small African nation is playing a big part in the education of fifth-grade students at Oasis Charter Elementary School.

Teacher Pam Herndon bridged the Atlantic Ocean two weeks ago to make the connection with an orphanage in Uganda. She spent three days there teaching songs, polishing their English and helping the children write letters to their new pen pals in Cape Coral.

Thu
19
Feb
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Cape Coral Police announce February 2015 Do The Right Thing winners

On Wednesday, February 18, the Cape Coral Police Department held its monthly Do The Right Thing Awards ceremony at City Hall.

The department presented awards to eleven Cape Coral students who were nominated for their recent actions that had a positive impact on the community.

The department hosts the ceremony each month during the school year to honor local students for going above and beyond in their every day life.

The ceremonies are typically held the third Wednesday of every month from September to May in the City Council Chambers at City Hall.

Thu
29
Jan
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Cape Coral Police announce January 2015 Do The Right Thing winners

On Wednesday, January 28, the Cape Coral Police Department held its monthly Do The Right Thing Awards ceremony at City Hall.

The department presented awards to nine Cape Coral students who were nominated for their recent actions that had a positive impact on the community.

The department hosts the ceremony each month during the school year to honor local students for going above and beyond in their every day life.

The ceremonies are typically held the third Wednesday of every month from September to May in the City Council Chambers at City Hall.

Thu
18
Dec
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Cape Coral Police announce December 2014 Do The Right Thing winners

On Wednesday, December 17, the Cape Coral Police Department held its monthlyl Do The Right Thing Awards ceremony at City Hall.

The department presented awards to thirteen Cape Coral students who were nominated for their recent actions that had a positive impact on the community.

The department hosts the ceremony each month during the school year to honor local students for going above and beyond in their every day life.

The ceremonies are typically held the third Wednesday of every month from September to May in the City Council Chambers at City Hall.

Mon
15
Dec

Program gives children chance to learn about coyotes, other local wildlife

Sitting beside aquariums occupied by live snakes and lizards, and shelves holding turtle shells and animal skulls, two children listened carefully as city biologist Katie McBride told them aboutCape Coral’s latest critter of interest.

Coyotes.

The Rotary Park lesson was one of the series of wildlife presentations the Parks and Recreation Department puts on every year, McBride said. They are free, and the public can find the latest schedule on the city’s parks and recreation web page on www.capecoral.net.

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