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Congratulations to Janet Meza from T. Dewitt Taylor High School in Pierson, Florida for being one of Governor Rick Scott and First Lady Ann Scott's 2012 Hispanic Heritage Month Contest Winners. “During Hispanic Heritage Month, we take time to recognize how Florida’s growing Hispanic population enriches our state and strengthens Florida’s cultural and economic ties to Spain, Latin America and beyond,” Governor Scott said. “The diversity of Florida’s people and cultures truly makes our state one of the most vibrant in our country.”
“I congratulate all of Florida’s students who participated in the Hispanic Heritage Month contests for taking the time to learn more about some of the people who make Florida a great place to live,” Mrs. Scott said. Read full article from flgov.com
Sixty-three Volusia County students were selected as "All-State" musicians for the state of Florida. These students were chosen from among several thousand students in a statewide audition process.
Volusia offers more than 30 career academies integrated into ten high schools. Last year, almost 4,000 students were enrolled in a career academy.
Volusia colleges and universities partner with the schools for professional development programs, career and technology programs and academies, and mentoring of students.