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Nature Coast Technical High and Central High recently eliminated music programs, but students were not notified in time to request normal transfers.OCTAVIO JONES | Times

Students allowed transfers from Hernando schools without music programs

BROOKSVILLE — The Hernando County School District has come up with a solution that will allow students at the two high schools that have lost music programs to continue playing and singing: Let them transfer. Officials at Nature Coast Technical High and Central High sent out a message last week informing students w …

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    BROOKSVILLE — The Hernando County School District has come up with a solution that will allow students at the two high schools that have lost music programs to continue playing and singing:

    Let them transfer.

    Nature Coast Technical High and Central High recently eliminated music programs, but students were not notified in time to request normal transfers.
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