Florida education news: Marching bands, principals, impact fees and more
CELEBRATION: Pasco County's oldest public school, Cox Elementary, marks its 90th anniversary.
MUSIC LESSONS: Miami-Dade's band programs shrink as the district focuses on intensive reading instead, WLRN reports.
LEADERSHIP: The Orange County district expands the list of schools sharing principals, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
NEW SCHOOLS: The Bay school district prepares for a new elementary school without raising taxes, the Panama City News Herald reports.
CONSTRUCTION COSTS: The Brevard County Commission will consider increasing school impact fees, Florida Today reports.
NEW ATTITUDE: A Lee elementary school adopts a new focus on student leadership, the Fort Myers News-Press reports.
SCHOOL CHOICE: Florida's new open enrollment law depends heavily on how school districts determine capacity, the Palm Beach Post reports.
OUTSOURCING: Volusia schools are finding more success with their outside custodial service after three messy years, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
FREE SPEECH: The Supreme Court declines to take up a case involving a decision by Palm Beach schools to remove ads for tutoring services provided by a former porn star, the Sun-Sentinel reports.