Florida education news: Teachers, resource officers, turnaround plans and more
ON LEAVE: The principal of Tampa Prep is placed on leave amid an investigation into allegations against him.
TEACHING TOGETHER: A mother and son become colleagues at Hillsborough's Witter Elementary School.
WATCHFUL EYE: Pinellas teachers get training in how to identify students' mental health problems.
NEW VOICE: Elected without opposition, new Pasco School Board member Colleen Beaudoin focuses her attention on improving academic performance.
SCHOOL CHOICE: Florida's Opportunity Scholarship program creates new last-minute options for students at low-performing Volusia schools, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
ZIKA: Fighting the mosquito-borne virus could create back-to-school problems for some Miami-Dade communities, the Miami Herald reports.
SECURITY: After a funding fight with city leaders, Marion school officials begin looking for new resource officer options for 2017-18, the Ocala Star-Banner reports.
GUILTY: A former Brevard high school principal pleads guilty to child pornography charges, Florida Today reports.
TURNAROUNDS: An F-rated Orange middle school implements new plans to improve its "crisis" status, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
SPECIAL EDUCATION: A new school for students with autism opens in Escambia County, the Pensacola News-Journal reports.