Pasco residents call for changes to school district policies on transgender students, club participation
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Losing Hudson and Mittye P. Locke elementaries? Pasco parents, students and teachers push back against proposed school closings
Two west Pasco schools are recommended for closure as officials seek to consolidate students and programs. Reaction to the idea hasn't been overly positive.
Together, they will "create a playbook of adaptable student success reforms," USF said.
District's 2015-16 student count was lower than projected.