In the Know

In the Know

Give Kids the World Village

Henri Landwirth survived the Holocaust and later moved to Florida. He became a successful businessman and hotel owner. One day, he was asked to help find lodging for a girl named Amy. She wanted to … Read more

In the Know

Let’s Celebrate Mario Molina

During the month of September, we celebrate Hispanic American heritage and culture. Mario Molina was born in Mexico. As a boy, he played with toy chemistry sets. When he grew up, Mario studied chemical engineering. … Read more

In the News

In the News

Millions of People Threatened by Hurricanes

On September 28, Hurricane Ian struck Florida, causing catastrophic damage [unrepairable physical damage] to many Florida communities. It speed of the winds was 150 miles per hour. This makes Ian one of the strongest hurricanes … Read more

In the News

Images from a Telescope

Have you ever looked at the sky through a telescope? A telescope makes stars and planets appear closer to Earth. The James Webb Space Telescope, or Webb, is the most powerful space telescope ever built. … Read more