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Annual I-CAN food drive at IDEAL School

Posted on: 2012-01-18
For the fourth year in a row the IDEAL and Dream Schools are sponsoring a local food drive for the community of Royal Palm Beach. Each month students, faculty and parents of the schools get together and walk or run from the campus to the local fire station with cans of food for the needy. The fire department has generously been delivering these items to local food banks and soup kitchens throughout Royal Palm Beach since 2008.

“This whole program came about as a result of an incident we had here at the school several years ago,” said Principal Wendy Soderman. “Our water bill suddenly skyrocketed over the holidays one year and we discovered that a local family was stealing water from the school. When the police went to the family’s home they discovered that their living conditions were difficult at best and they were stealing the water because their own water had been turned off.”

“We realized that this family was probably one of many just struggling to survive and we decided rather than press charges we’d work to make a difference. That’s how we came up with the idea for I-CAN. Now it’s a monthly event we do from January through April each year.”

Over 100 people participated in I-CAN last week along with more than 200 cans of food. The next event will be held Friday, February 3 and anyone from the community is welcome to attend.

“My hope is that other schools throughout Palm Beach County will replicate this program and help their local communities as well,” said Soderman. “It’s free to set it up and can make a difference to people who really need it.”

The IDEAL School and Dream Middle School are pioneers in the use of Multiple Intelligence Theory in the classroom. Their expertise in innovative education draws students from preschool through 8th grade throughout Palm Beach County, Florida. To find out more about the school please visit www.DreamIdeal.com or call (561) 791-2881


Website: www.dreamideal.com

Email: office@dreamideal.com


UnitedHealthcare And Florida 4-H Promote Healthy, Active Lifestyles At State Capitol With Interactiv

Posted on: 2014-04-29
Mizan Selas (left) and her sister Adachi Selas from Loxahatchee, participate in fun healthy activities as more than 400 4-H youth and adults attended 4-H Day at the Capitol on Wednesday, April 23, 2014. Throughout the day, 4-H Youth Health Ambassadors, trained through the UnitedHealthcare and 4-H “Eat4-Health” partnership, led workshops on healthy living and demonstrations on how to make healthy snacks. 4-H youth made their own healthy trail mix, participated in activities like the Hula Hoop challenge, “Go, Slow Whoa!” parachute games, while learning the importance of serving sizes and maintaining active lifestyles. (Photo credit: Dawn McKinstry Photography)


Dog show a big hit at IDEAL Preschool

Posted on: 2011-12-16
Last Friday was bring your dog to school day for the IDEAL Preschool students. The Dog Show was the conclusion of a week long lesson about canines, felines as well as wild, domestic and shelter animals. Dogs and puppies of all breeds arrived dressed to the (ca)nines in everything from tutus to sparkling collars. There was even a talent show where the pooches could show off their talents and their best manners.

Zander Burrell’s dog, Chloe, won top prize for best dressed in her Mrs. Claus outfit. But the show stealer was Apollo, Savannah and Isabella Main’s canine, who steeple jumped over fences like a professional competitor.

Preschool Director Heather Flores, who arranged the event, was thrilled with the turnout. “We had over 20 dogs and puppies at school and the students were so excited. They liked being able to show their classmates the furry members of their families.”

In addition to the dog show the students ran their own pet store and veterinary clinic. Said Flores, “This event was also great way for the children to show off their knowledge of the animals for their parents. We plan to do this again next year.”

The IDEAL School and Dream Middle School are pioneers in the use of Multiple Intelligence Theory in the classroom. Their expertise in innovative education draws students from preschool through 8th grade throughout Palm Beach County, Florida. To find out more about the school please visit www.DreamIdeal.com or call (561) 791-2881.


Website: www.dreamideal.com

Email: office@dreamideal.com