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Thu
26
Jan
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Cape Coral Police announce January 2017 Do The Right Thing winners

On Wednesday, January 26, the Cape Coral Police Department held their monthly 2016-2017 Do The Right Thing Awards ceremony at City Hall.

The department recognized thirteen Cape Coral students who were nominated for their recent actions that had a positive impact on the community.

The department hosts the ceremony each month during the school year to honor local students for going above and beyond in their everyday life to "do the right thing."

Wed
25
Jan
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Oasis High's athletic program developing into a contender

Like a growing child, Oasis High School's athletic program is beginning to come into its own.

Started roughly the same time the high school opened in August 2009, the Sharks athletic program began simply. The high school shared a gym with the middle school; soccer was played in the retention pond area in front of the school. In fact, tennis was the only program the new high school was equipped for in those days, "It was definitely a case of humble beginnings," says Oasis High School Athletic Director Brian Montag.

Tue
24
Jan

Cape High runner invited to participate in international tournament

Cape Coral High School sophomore, Cheyenne Young has been invited to compete in the Down Under Sports Tournament this summer in Queensland, Australia.

The tournament is a prestigious, international nine-day competition that includes such sports as; wrestling, football, cross country, golf, track and field, basketball and volleyball, and awards both individual and team honors during the event.

Thu
22
Dec
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Cape Coral Police announce December 2016 Do The Right Thing winners

On Wednesday, December 21, the Cape Coral Police Department held their monthly 2016-2017 Do The Right Thing Awards ceremony at City Hall.

The department recognized twelve Cape Coral students who were nominated for their recent actions that had a positive impact on the community.

The department hosts the ceremony each month during the school year to honor local students for going above and beyond in their everyday life to "do the right thing."

Wed
14
Dec

Cape High students looking to make impact half way around the world

Empowerment, Inspiration, Hope.

What three Cape Coral High School seniors not only have given, but have in their hearts to move mountains, bicycles, and achieving a global impact.

This past Saturday, December 10, Daniela Barata, Javier Diaz and Stefania Lugli coordinated a fundraiser at Cape High to benefit international non-profit organization Working Bikes.

The organization rescues discarded bikes, gives them new life and distributes to local and global communities.

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