Teacher Spotlight: Kendyl Bass, Harmony High School

Kendyl Bass is not only adored by her students at Harmony High School, she is also a talented and strategic teacher of social studies.  She began teaching two and half years ago, with a background in communication and customer service.  In her short time in the classroom, this UCF grad has gained a wealth of experience in teaching World History, Introduction to Social Science, and Advanced Placement U.S. Government and Politics.  We sat down with Kendyl to find out what tools help her students achieve at the highest level.

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3 Reasons to Paint with Art in the Archives

1. Spend time with Mom This is the perfect date to show Mom how much you appreciate her. Create a new memory painting together, and indulge Mom in snacks and sips while she creates her own artwork on canvas.

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KUA: Energizing our community

http://www.osceolacountyfair.com If you grew up in Osceola County, you probably remember going to the County Fair for free on Rodeo Day, but you may not have known that the Kissimmee Utility Authority covered the cost of your ticket (and all of your friends’ tickets, for that matter). Without drawing much attention, KUA has picked up the tab for all Osceola County students to attend the county fair free of charge on Rodeo Day for nearly a decade.

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10 Things You Don’t Want to Miss at Pioneer Day this Saturday!

Pioneer Day is November 14th, 2015 from 10AM - 4PM. Here are the 10 reasons you don't want to miss this event!

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Meet Scott B. Dickie: OCHS Visitor Services Director

Scott B. Dickie has recently joined the Osceola County Historical Society as the Visitor Services Director were he will manage the volunteer program, facility rentals, front line staff and much much more. Scott was born and grew up in the quaint village of Crosshouse in the west coast of Scotland just a couple of miles from the grand metropolis of Kilmarnock, which, among other things, is internationally famous for being the original home of Johnnie Walker whiskey.

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