Florida education news: Fundraisers, school names, student registration and more
SUSPENDED: A Pasco teacher is suspended without pay while facing charges of marijuana possession.
DON'T GO: The Anna Maria Elementary PTO in Manatee County raises money to rehire a laid off P.E. coach, the Bradenton Herald reports.
NEW NAME: Duval superintendent Nikolai Vitti says he would support a new name for a school named after a KKK grand wizard if the public wishes, the Florida Times-Union reports.
CONTROLS: A volunteer committee will look into Palm Beach schools' annual problems with money handling, the Palm Beach Post reports. • A newly selected Orange high school principal was demoted in Palm Beach over credit card misuse, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
ONLINE ONLY: The Bay school district eliminates student registration on paper, the Panama City News Herald reports.
LOOKING LONG: The Monroe district restarts its strategic planning process after an unanticipated delay, the Keynoter reports.
BUDGET CUTS: The Flagler School Board cuts school material and supply budgets to almost nothing, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.