Indian River County is seeking to obtain “perpetual” beach easements (Beach Management and Assessment Easement) from 90% of the property owners between Treasure Coast subdivision in the north and Floralton Beach subdivision in the south, for the county to begin their Sector 7 District Five beach nourishment project. The easement would allow access on the homeowner’s … Continue reading 27 South Beach Oceanfront Property Owners are Holding Out on the Sector 7 Beach and Dune Restoration Project, Vero Beach, FL.
Publication of Scholarly Articles. The Young Journalist.
FROM: Ashlee Kerr, Publisher email@example.com Liberty Magnet Elementary, Vero Beach We have recently published 72 articles by The Young Journalist's (TYJ) third, fourth and fifth grade students. There are 10 copies of 350 remaining. If you haven’t seen the students’ amazing work, be sure to reach out for a copy! TYJ student’s articles were written … Continue reading Publication of Scholarly Articles. The Young Journalist.
National Press Club Statement on Shooting of Florida TV Journalists
PRESS RELEASE February 22, 2023 WASHINGTON, Feb. 22 – Following is a statement from National Press Club President Eileen O’Reilly and National Press Club Journalism President Gil Klein on the shooting of two Spectrum 13 (Orlando) journalists today. “We were horrified to hear the news that two journalists for Spectrum News 13 were shot while reporting on … Continue reading National Press Club Statement on Shooting of Florida TV Journalists
Governor DeSantis Banned the Advanced Placement Course in African American Studies Based on a Draft.
DeSantis Administration Rejects Proposed African American AP Studies. The African American Studies course is the latest addition to the College Board's Advanced Placement, or AP, program, which allows high school students to take classes for college credit. AP classes in high school often alert students to subject matter they would never otherwise encounter, and it’s … Continue reading Governor DeSantis Banned the Advanced Placement Course in African American Studies Based on a Draft.
OP ED: LET’S WORK TO ENHANCE OUR ENVIRONMENT FOR HUMANITY’S SURVIVAL
By Dr. Richard Baker, President, Pelican Island Audubon Society, Vero Beach, FL. Vero Beach is considering how to develop the Three Corners Property along our dying Indian River Lagoon. Should they promote businesses – more hotels, houses, restaurants, and other commercial opportunities – or should they restore the trees and wetlands that were there before the … Continue reading OP ED: LET’S WORK TO ENHANCE OUR ENVIRONMENT FOR HUMANITY’S SURVIVAL
The Young Journalist Expands to 14 Elementary Schools with an Enrollment of Over 120 Students.
The Young Journalist (TYJ) is a free high-quality after-school academic enrichment program offered by the School District of Indian River County (SDIRC), FL. to third, fourth and fifth graders in the SDIRC’s “Extended Day” Program. The Program is also conducted at Imagine South Vero and Fairlawn Magnet, Ft Pierce, St. Lucie County. As TYJ enters the … Continue reading The Young Journalist Expands to 14 Elementary Schools with an Enrollment of Over 120 Students.
Wireless Technology Not Adequately Assessed for Hazards to Human Health and Environment
TUCSON, AZ – October 18, 2022 – The International Commission on the Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields (ICBE-EMF) is challenging the safety of current wireless exposure limits to radiofrequency radiation (RFR) and is calling for an independent evaluation. Published today in the journal Environmental Health, “Scientific evidence invalidates health assumptions underlying the FCC and ICNIRP exposure limit … Continue reading Wireless Technology Not Adequately Assessed for Hazards to Human Health and Environment
Classroom Library Forms. Indian River County, FL.
On October 29, 2022; updated October 30, 2022, Thomas Kenny, Citizen Reporter for Indian River News, wrote “In an August 4th email obtained by Indian River News, from Indian River County Education Association (IRCEA) President, Jennifer Freeland, to the union membership, Freeland directed teachers, ‘IRCEA is recommending that teachers NOT fill out or submit any forms … Continue reading Classroom Library Forms. Indian River County, FL.
Banning Books, but Overlooking Video Games?
"Parents need to understand how intricately linked the gaming industry and pornography industry are," Marriage and Family Therapist Dr. Jill Manning told Internet Security 101. "More and more games have pornography embedded in them. If kids play online, that is a pornographer's heyday for marketing, grooming, and hooking young consumers. Today’s generation of young people … Continue reading Banning Books, but Overlooking Video Games?
Expository Writing in Third, Fourth and Fifth Grade.
Rosewood Elementary, Vero Beach, Florida The Young Journalist Program is a free offering of the School District of Indian River County "Extended Day" program. The mission of The Young Journalist is to nurture intellectual curiosity by mentoring third, fourth and fifth graders in the publication of their very own "scholarly articles." It is to have … Continue reading Expository Writing in Third, Fourth and Fifth Grade.