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Story from the Miami Laker…
The South Florida Autism Charter School celebrated the grand opening of its five-acre campus and facility with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Sept. 17.
The school, at 3751 W 108th St. in Hialeah, says it is the first charter school in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties dedicated to children who are on the Autism spectrum. The campus has 200 students enrolled in kindergarten – 12th grades.
Read more at The Miami Laker
The latest Autism 411 Podcast
Your hosts, Dr. Tamara Moodie – Principal/Executive Director from South Florida Autism Charter School & John Rogger, SFACS Activities and Media Director, speak with Mr. Rogger and his wife Claudia about their life with two children on the spectrum and the journey coming from Missouri to Florida, in order to attend SFACS.
SFAN Weekly News Updates
The first ever episode of SFAN Today is now out! Check out the October 8th edition with your hosts Sergio and Jessica, as we see how the students are adjusting to the new school, we get a glimpse of the ribbon cutting ceremony and we find out who’s running for Homecoming King and Queen!
SFAN Today is a production of the SFACS Media Club.
The latest Press Releases
SFACS is celebrating our grand opening with a Ribbon Cutting ceremony. Numerous Digitintaries will be on hand to help us officially welcome this new state-of-the-art facility into the community.
Here are the details on this upcoming event.