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1,556 Pinellas teachers seek transfers

Teacher transfer requests by school

Every year, more than 1,000 Pinellas teachers ask to move to other schools. This year, 1,556 teachers filled out requests for new assignments next school year. Some want to be closer to home. Some want options in case budget cuts claim their jobs. Some aren't happy. Here's a look at most of the requests by school:

35: Gibbs High

31: John Hopkins Middle, Maximo Elementary

28: Bay Point Middle

27: Pinellas Park Middle

25: Belleair Elementary

24: Boca Ciega High, Clearwater Intermediate, Dunedin Highland Middle, Lakewood Elementary, Melrose Elementary

23: Westgate Elementary

22: Dixie Hollins High, Fairmount Park Elementary, Lealman Intermediate, Woodlawn Elementary

21: Dunedin Elementary

20: Azalea Middle, Campbell Park Elementary, Dunedin High, Lakewood High, Ponce de Leon Elementary

19: New Heights Elementary

18: Frontier Elementary, Gulfport Elementary, Northeast High, Pinellas Park Elementary, Sandy Lane Elementary, Sawgrass Lake Elementary

17: Largo High, Mildred Helms Elementary

16: Eisenhower Elementary, Pinellas Park High, Safety Harbor Elementary, Seminole Middle, Walsingham Elementary

15: Blanton Elementary

14: Oak Grove Middle, Pinellas Secondary School, Sanders Exceptional, Tarpon Springs Elementary

13: Countryside High, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Elementary, Plumb Elementary, Skycrest Elementary

12: Belcher Elementary, Calvin Hunsinger, Fitzgerald Middle, Pinellas Central Elementary, Seventy-Fourth Street Elementary, Sexton Elementary, Tyrone Middle

11: Doug Jamerson Elementary, High Point Elementary, Largo Middle, Tarpon Springs Middle

10: Bay Point Elementary, Hamilton Disston, McMullen-Booth Elementary, North Shore Elementary, Starkey Elementary

9: Bear Creek Elementary, Forest Lakes Elementary, Oldsmar Elementary, Osceola High, Ridgecrest Elementary, Southern Oak Elementary, St. Petersburg High

8: Bardmoor Elementary, Clearwater High, Meadowlawn Middle

7: Highland Lakes Elementary, Oakhurst Elementary, Palm Harbor Middle, Seminole High, Shore Acres Elementary

6: Azalea Elementary, Bayside High, Carwise Middle, Curlew Creek Elementary, East Lake High, Fuguitt Elementary, Lakeview Fundamental Elementary, Nina Harris, Northwest Elementary, Osceola Middle, Skyview Elementary, Sutherland Elementary, Thurgood Marshall Fundamental Middle

5: Bauder Elementary, Cypress Woods Elementary, Mount Vernon Elementary, Safety Harbor Middle, San Jose Elementary

4: Brooker Creek Elementary, Clearwater Fundamental Middle, Cross Bayou Elementary, Garrison-Jones Elementary, Lake St. George Elementary, Leila Davis Elementary, Ozona Elementary, Tarpon Springs High

3: James Sanderlin Elementary, Lealman Avenue Elementary, Madeira Beach Fundamental, Palm Harbor University High, Pasadena Fundamental Elementary, Perkins Elementary, PTEC/Clearwater, Seminole Elementary, Sunset Hills Elementary

2: Anona Elementary, Bay Vista Fundamental Elementary, Lynch Elementary

1: Orange Grove Elementary, Tarpon Springs Fundamental Elementary

1,556 Pinellas teachers seek transfers 04/30/11 [Last modified: Saturday, April 30, 2011 4:31am]
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