Reorganization in store for Pasco school admin
The dominoes have started falling in what looks to be a far-reaching reorganization of Pasco County's school administration. The Gulf High student newspaper has reported that Tom Imerson (left) is out as Gulf High School's principal, and that he's moving to the district administration.
Assistant superintendent Jim Davis told the Gradebook that the details remain in flux, but that several people will be involved as superintendent Heather Fiorentino and her top deputies reevaluate "how we do our business."
"I don't want to get into specifics because there hasn't been all decisions made," Davis said, declining to talk about Imerson's next job or other aspects of the reorganization. "Obviously, it entails other people. ... Like anything else, we you make a move, another move follows. Those decisions are still down the road."
See tomorrow's St. Petersburg Times or tampabay.com for more details.