Florida education news: Attendance zones, business school, free breakfast and more
SCHOOL ZONES: The Pasco County School Board holds its final public hearing Tuesday before voting on controversial new student attendance boundaries.
THAT'S BUSINESS: The University of South Florida St. Petersburg debuts its new business school building.
FREE BREAKFAST: A Citrus County elementary school falls just short of eligibility to provide free breakfast to students who have relied on the meal in the past, the Citrus County Chronicle reports.
FREE SPEECH: A Palm Beach County charter school threatens to expel a student over his father's negative comments on Facebook, the Palm Beach Post reports.
SECURITY: A Volusia County middle school gets a dedicated resource officer with federal grant funding, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
IN SUPPORT: A Leon County commissioner takes the helm of the school district's education foundation, the Tallahassee Democrat reports.