Magnet Fair this Saturday Oct 13 from 9am to noon. Hope to see you around the Reef.
Parents, students, employees, and community members who wish to volunteer at a school, regional, or District office MUST register in the M-DCPS system every year. Come an join us for the first.
Friday, September 14th, 2018
8:00am, in the Media Center,
at Coral Reef Senior High School
Your PTSA and the CRHS Administrative team are going to be available for all volunteers/community members to sign up. We look forward to seeing around the Reef!
Please RSVP here.
Please join us and members of the administrative team for our First General PTSA Meeting of the school year! After a very brief with the latest updates and news on current and upcoming events happening around the Reef, there will be a dinner provided. Arrive early and check out our latest CUDA Spirit Gear and meet your 2018-2019 PTSA. We look forward to seeing around the Reef!
Thursday, September 6th, 2018
6:00pm, in the Media Center,
at Coral Reef Senior High School
Complimentary refreshments will be served so we ask you to please RSVP your attendance.
Congratulations to Symphony, Chamber, and Concert Cuda Orchestras for getting straight Superior ratings at the District Music Performance Assessments enrolled as “A” level orchestras.
Congratulations to the Coral Reef MAO Math Honor Society and the 46 mathletes competing at FAU Regional Competition
3rd in Dade Public Schools, 5th in Dade county, 18th out of 62 competing schools in the Region
A big thanks to Mrs. Moscone and Mr. Howard for chaperoning and all the support that both have given to the Math Honor Society
Sweepstakes – AHS-FAU-BC January 2018 Region 5 Regional
October 4, 2016 – New York, New York – Congratulations to Coral Reef Senior High School’s outstanding literary magazine, Elysium for the third year in a row. In the first of four announcements of Crown Finalists for 2017 Awards, Elysium received the highly prestigious Crown Award recognition from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association CSPA).
Forty-two print magazines and 15 hybrid magazines were chosen as Finalists for the CSPA Crown Awards to be presented in March 2017 at ceremonies in New York City. The magazines were published during the 2015-16 academic year. Michael Gordon, who was last year’s Editor in Chief and now attends Williams College, will join Ms. Amy Scott, Sponsor, in accepting the award at that time.
The Crown Awards honor top student publications chosen from CSPA’s members. Crowns are selected for overall excellence in a head-to-head comparison. Student publishing in news, magazine, yearbook or digital (online) formats are all eligible. During Crown consideration, publications are judged on their excellence as shown by their design, photography, concept, coverage and writing. A total of 1,100 publications were eligible for judging.
Crown Finalists are actual winners, not nominees. Some will be announced as Gold Crowns; the rest are Silver Crowns. Final results will be announced and presented at the CSPA ceremonies in March 2017.
The CSPA offers three annual competitions to honor excellence in student publishing: Medalist Critiques for written evaluation, Crown Awards for overall excellence and Gold Circle Awards for individual student recognition.
Medalist Critiques are released on a rolling basis as completed while Crown Awards and Gold Circles are judged following seasonal deadlines in June and October. For example, Gold Circle Awards for news and magazines were released September 23 while yearbook and digital entries for individual Gold Circle Awards are not due until a final deadline of October 12. Their judging and release will be completed in February.
“We’ve changed the timing of our Crown Awards judging,” said Edmund Sullivan, CSPA’s executive director. “Magazines were judged first, to be followed by print and hybrid newspapers, then yearbooks in October and finally, digital (online) news sites in November.” Announcements of Finalists will follow each judging with the full list complete by mid-November.
The Crown Awards require a different judging process from the CSPA’s Medalist Critiques. Regular CSPA members are invited to submit a second copy of their publication for Crown judging. From among those entries submitted, the Crown Awards are considered at Columbia by panels of invited judges, working in small groups to review each publication.
Crown Awards summarize overall excellence in the entire publication while Medalist Critiques compare each publication against a printed set of standards. In contrast, Medalist Critiques are the work of a single adviser-judge.
Legal students and SADD club members attending Out of Darkness 5K. (pictured above)
Lamb seminar hosted by MDC Fair & Exhibits at Turner Tech. Looking forward to showing our lambs at the 2017 Fair.
Coral Reef students at Race for the Cure in Bayfront Park #BreastCancerAwareness