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ST. PETERSBURG — Pinellas County school officials are looking at a new state pilot program to help at-risk boys turn their lives around by eliminating daily distractions — mainly, girls.
Updated: 9 hours ago
TAMPA — Martini Gibbons has spent the last three days learning about class management and ethics, how set up her classroom to minimize her steps throughout the school day, and how to join the local teachers union.
Updated: 14 hours ago
TAMPA — For Rose “Rosie” Diaz, life didn’t come easy.
LARGO — The public will have its first opportunity to weigh-in on the Pinellas County school district’s proposed $1.2 billion budget for 2014-15 after the regular school board meeting tonight at 5 o’clock. ...
ST. PETERSBURG — Pinellas County School Board members hope changing the name of Pinellas Technical Education Centers to Pinellas Technical College with boost the school’s enrollment and reputation.
TAMPA — After being diagnosed with Crohn's disease, Brian DiVito was eager to adjust his diet to make the gastrointestinal condition manageable. But trips to the grocery store proved frustrating.
TAMPA — Starting this fall, Steinbrenner High School students won’t have to leave the Lutz campus to attend college-level courses through dual enrollment.
TAMPA — For the past several years at Sulphur Springs Elementary, teachers and students have worked on reading for an extra hour every day in the hopes that the school’s low reading scores would improve.
Officials hope Middleton High students who live at Meridian Pointe apartments take the bus instead of jaywalking across Hillsborough Avenue.
ST. PETERSBURG — It had a new principal and an almost completely new staff last school year in hopes of boosting student achievement. But when it comes to reading, Melrose Elementary in South St. Petersburg ranks the lowest in all of Florida. ...
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