Countryside High parents to weigh in on academic options
Countryside High parents will get a chance to weigh in on options to bring a rigorous academic program to the school. Principal Gary Schlereth said he plans to send out a mass phone survey to parents tonight using Connect-Ed, the Pinellas County School District's instant notification system.
Those who answer the call around 7 p.m. will be able to offer real-time feedback. Schlereth, who is also surveying faculty, said he plans to pass on the recommendations to the School Board. Read more here.