Florida education news: Graduation rates, attendance zones, vandalism and more
GRADUATION RATES: Hernando County high schools see dramatic increases in their graduation rates.
ATTENDANCE ZONES: The Pasco County School Board tentatively approves the superintendent's recommendations on three attendance boundary revisions.
SCHOOL SAFETY: Manatee County officials seek funding for improved lighting and sidewalks at three west Bradenton schools, the Bradenton Herald reports. • The Lake school system installs a new digital radio system to make it easier to communicate among schools and with first responders, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
SUPERINTENDENTS: Lake superintendent finalist Diane Kornegay outlines her priorities for the district if she takes the job, the Daily Commercial reports.
VANDALISM: Swastikas painted in the Lake Brantley High parking lot are finally covered after several complaints, the Orlando Sentinel reports.