Falcon Pride Kick-Off Night - Special Guest: Mr. Robert Runcie, Superintendent of Schools
You are cordially invited to Sunrise Middle School's Falcon Pride Kick-Off Event. I hope your schedule will allow you to attend. Please Click Here for more information.
Duke TIP Awards
Sadie Kopelman at the Duke TIP Awards.
Literacy Fair, Tuesday, May 19th 6:00-7:30pm Media Center.
Showcase of student's literary work. Please Click Here to view flyer.
Broward County Public Schools 2015 Summer Programs
Civics Camp will be held on Saturday, April 25th and Saturday, May 2nd from 8:30-11:30
Algebra EOC Camp will be held after school on April 30th and May 5th from 3:35-5:00
Computer Technology MS Office Course Credit
Earn High School and/or College Credit with our Career and Technology (CTE) Courses!
Sunrise Middle offers 6th and 7th graders the opportunity to enroll in Computer Applications and Business 1 which focuses on basic computer hardware and software, networking, keyboarding, internet and Microsoft PowerPoint. 8th graders can enroll in a year-long advanced elective course for high school credit that focuses on business technology, Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel. Students in these courses also have the opportunity to obtain their Microsoft Office Industry Certifications in Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and Excel which they can then use on their high school and college applications, as well as their resumes upon entering the workforce.
Students attending Broward County Public Schools have the opportunity to earn numerous nationally recognized industry certifications through enrollment in Career Technical Education courses (CTE) offered in our schools. There are a variety of innovative, career focused programs offered, and students can earn a number of nationally recognized industry certifications and become eligible for the Merit Designation on their high school diploma upon graduation. Also, if three high school credits are earned in a Technical Program of Study they may be eligible for Florida’s Bright Future Gold Seal Scholarship. Nationally recognized industry certifications also benefit students to be eligible to receive articulated credits if they pursue a postsecondary education, resulting in cost savings in terms of tuition and fees associated with these credits.