Homestead High Feeder Pattern Curriculum Expo set for Nov. 5

Miami-Dade County Public Schools’ South Region Office and Dr. Alexis Martinez, region superintendent, will be hosting a Curriculum Expo featuring all schools within the Homestead High School Feeder Pattern on Thursday, Nov. 15, 6:30 p.m., at the Homestead Community Center, 1601 N. Krome Ave. in Homestead.

All current students, prospective students, their parents and community members are invited to come and learn about the innovative curriculum programs, academies, magnet programs, enrichment activities, iMAP initiatives, clubs and extracurricular activities the schools have to offer. Administrators, teachers and students will be on hand to answer questions. Student performances will be featured.

Participating schools include: Robert Morgan High, Campbell Drive K-8 Center, Coconut Palm K-8, Gateway Environmental K-8 Center, Leisure City K-8 Center, Peskoe, I & B K-8 Center, Neva King Cooper Educational Center, Title I Migrant Services, and Air Base Elementary.

If you want more information about this topic, contact Air Base Elementary School at 305-258-3676.

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