Students in two of Orange County’s fastest-growing neighborhoods will attend new schools this fall, and thousands of others will continue their studies in renovated buildings.
Eagle Creek Elementary already is encouraging school spirit with “Panther Pride” nights where families can meet. Close to Medical City in Lake Nona, the school will incorporate science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) projects into the curriculum, Principal Rob McCloe said.
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