Emily Olson, Connor Forsythe, and Atiz Betancourt of Coral Reef High School’s Students Against Destructive Decisions stand with their advisor, Tina Cushnie, and their principal, Alvaro Mejia, after earning first place in the Youth Fair Project. They were presented with $300 by Officer Lily Diaz of the Miami-Dade County Police Department.
Emily Olson, Connor Forsythe, and Atiz Betancourt of Coral Reef High School’s Students Against Destructive Decisions stand with their advisor, Tina Cushnie, and their principal, Alvaro Mejia, after earning first place in the Youth Fair Project. They were presented with $300 by Officer Lily Diaz of the Miami-Dade County Police Department. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Emily Olson, Connor Forsythe, and Atiz Betancourt of Coral Reef High School’s Students Against Destructive Decisions stand with their advisor, Tina Cushnie, and their principal, Alvaro Mejia, after earning first place in the Youth Fair Project. They were presented with $300 by Officer Lily Diaz of the Miami-Dade County Police Department. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Students Against Destructive Decisions club wins fair project

June 13, 2017 2:07 PM

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