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  1. Recent Hernando School District decisions raise questions of transparency

    K12

    BROOKSVILLE — When the Hernando County School Board gathered last week for a retreat at a gated community, it was required by state law to notify the public of the event, said Barbara Petersen, president of the Tallahassee-based First Amendment Foundation.

    It didn't.

    Recent moves by  superinten­dent Lori Romano have also raised transparency questions.
  2. Pinellas school news: Pinellas offers a second shot at choice programs; art students are honored, and more

    K12

    Late Application Period offers students another shot at choice programs

    The Pinellas County school system’s Book Bus will show up at Summer Bridge sites and community centers as part of the district’s summer reading initiative.
  3. Reading corner at Spring Hill Elementary allows kids to curl up with books

    K12

    SPRING HILL — It can be really nice to curl up in a comfy chair and read a book, and Spring Hill Elementary School has recognized this with the creation of the Goodnight Moon reading corner in the school's media center.

    First-graders Dominic Ciccarello, 6, and Crystal Ni, 7, enjoy Spring Hill Elementary's Goodnight Moon reading corner. It is in librarian Susan Timberlake's media center and was created by school volunteer/community member Cindi Sierak.