Florida education news: Recess, security, vouchers and more
PLAY TIME: The Pinellas School Board will consider a resolution encouraging all elementary schools to offer 20 minutes of recess daily.
SECURITY: Mount Dora Police aim to integrate their resource officers more closely into the Lake schools they serve, the Daily Commercial reports.
LOCATION, LOCATION: Bay district officials ponder the placement of a new high school athletic stadium, the Panama City News Herald reports.
MENTAL HEALTH: Collier schools want to increase student awareness of suicide and its signals, the Naples Daily News reports.
VOUCHERS: Martin Luther King Jr.'s son comes to Florida in support of tax credit scholarships, Politico Florida reports.
CHOICE: Palm Beach parents fight for spots in the "right" schools, the Palm Beach Post reports.
EARLY EDUCATION: An institute offers $50,000 for the best plan to improve Escambia's kindergarten readiness rate, the Pensacola News-Journal reports.