Florida preparation news: Free meals, tyro rights, propagandize uniforms and more
August 1, 2016 - School Uniform
OPPORTUNITIES: Hernando’s deputy superintendent quits to turn a high propagandize partner principal in Pasco; a deputy fast surfaces.
Florida preparation news: Accountability, legislation, practical existence and more
Florida preparation news: Charter schools, commencement, request and more
Florida preparation news: Religion, readiness, choosing races and more
HELPING HAND: The Brandon Kiwanis provides giveaway weekend meals to children during Gibsonton Elementary, though seeks appropriation to keep a module going.
NEW APPROACH: The Seminole Tribe of Florida and Florida International University make skeleton to rethink genealogical education, FIU News reports.
BULLYING: A St. Lucie tyro says she was suspended for perplexing to urge a classmate she pronounced a clergyman was bullying, WPTV reports.
STUDENT RIGHTS: A justice sides with a Martin propagandize district in a box where students complained they were held out of promenade over a Breathalyzer test, TC Palm reports.
WORKERS WANTED: The Bay propagandize district has dozens of empty jobs just weeks before classes resume, a Panama City News Herald reports.
SUMMER PROGRAMS: A Collier village module helps some minority center propagandize students avoid a summer slide, a Naples Daily News reports.
CHARTER SCHOOLS: A new licence propagandize will open in a high misery area of Fort Myers, a Fort Myers News-Press reports.
DRESS CODE: Volusia familes try to adjust to new propagandize uniform rules, a Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
GENDER ISSUES: Brevard district officials aim to make their new nondiscrimination policy transparent, Florida Today reports.
CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY: Orange County schools will distribute 70,000 computers to students this year, a Orlando Sentinel reports. * Some Escambia teenagers will help yield robotics lessons during a internal facile school, a Pensacola News-Journal reports. * A St. Johns clergyman gets special training to move hands-on STEM lessons to his classroom, a St. Augustine Record reports.