12/8/19, 8 p.m.: The Broward Sheriff’s Office has been working throughout this weekend investigating several social media posts made on Friday, December 6, 2019 and over this weekend against Cypress Bay High School.

The Broward Sheriff’s Office has a plan in place to address these anonymous posts, to include additional staffing on Monday morning.  Per Captain Butler of the Broward Sheriff’s Office Weston District, “We take all threats seriously and anyone found having transmitted a threat will be prosecuted.”

On Friday night, threats were made involving Falcon Cove Middle School, which resulted in the arrest on Saturday of a 12 year-old middle school student.  

We urge parents to speak to children and teens about the serious nature of threats made on social media, and remind everyone if you SEE something, SAY something.  Always report suspicious activity to law enforcement.


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Census Bureau Ramps Up Recruitment Efforts

Temporary Jobs Available for Spring 2020

Post Date:10/26/2019

Census 2020 Follow up to a non-responder by Census taker

The U.S. Census Bureau has launched a nationwide recruitment effort to hire approximately 500,000 census takers to facilitate the upcoming census. The goal is to recruit temporary workers that will start work in the spring of 2020.  Filling these jobs in local communities like Weston is critical to ensure a complete and accurate census next year. Although it may seem early, peak recruitment efforts start now to meet this goal.


Applying early to be considered for employment next spring and summer.  Census jobs are temporary and flexible -- perfect for seasonal holiday workers, students, retirees and workers with flexible schedules.

Visit the Job Details page for information or to apply for a job with the U.S. Census Bureau.

Visite la página de Detalles para Empleo para información o para solicitar empleo con la Oficina del Censo de los EE.UU.

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