Category: Student Life

4-H Advocacy Club – First meeting of the school year!

Don’t forget TODAY is the first meeting of the school year!  Join the 4-H Advocacy Club today at the Pioneer Community Center at 4 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.   (4:30 p.m.  for Clewiston students arriving by bus).  If anyone needs a ride from Labelle today, please…

When the enforcement of Florida’s law goes bad—the people of Florida pay.

“A Florida teen is facing adult felony charges after she caused a small explosion on school grounds in what her friends say was a science experiment gone bad.  Kiera Wilmot, 16, was accused of mixing household chemicals in a water bottle, causing the top…

4-H Advocacy Club–Cruella Deville is Guilty, Guilty, Guilty!

Picture from Left to right–Judge Sloan with Joseph Rourks as State Attorney; Samantha Bunting as Cruella Deville; Maggie Gacula as our Star Witness; Zeida C Rabelo as the Defense Counsel; Mary Cosmo 4-H Leader; and Mrs. Rabelo as the Jury Forman. The 4-H Advocacy Club’s visit to the Hendry County…

8th grader arrested over NRA t-shirt – BizPac Review

An 8th grade student in West Virginia was arrested and taken to jail for wearing a National Rifle Association (NRA) t-shirt to school. Jared Marcum had no idea the trouble that awaited him as he got dressed for school on Thursday morning, or that…

5 Year old threatened with 2 week suspension for playing with legos…..Yes, it’s only a lego.

I am appalled a the school official’s explanation that “they are just trying to create a culture of respect.”  WHAT???  Are we teaching our kids to accept that insanity is the norm?  What about teaching our kids reasonability and how to tell the difference….

FCSL Students assist poverty lawyers respresent poor americans

The Florida Coastal School of Law Public Interest Research Bureau (“Research Bureau”) is a student volunteer research service that provides free legal research to lawyers working for poverty law organizations in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and South Carolina. The Research Bureau’s mission is to…

Adversity or Burglary? Texas Man Convicted In Bizarre Squatting Case

JONATHAN TURLEY – Published 1, November 16, 2012 David Cooper, 26, is an example of how dangerous a little legal knowledge can be. The Texas man was arrested after squatting in a $405,000 Arlington home after the family left for Houston so that the mother…

%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this:
%d bloggers like this: