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By the numbers: Hernando schools

Hernando schools by the numbers

29th -largest district in Florida

1,675 teachers

21,963 students (projected for 2013-14)

$174M annual operating budget

9 elementary schools

4 middle schools

5 high schools

4 K-8 schools

3 charter schools

1 adult program

Source: Hernando School District

By the numbers: Hernando schools 08/02/13 [Last modified: Friday, August 2, 2013 5:43pm]
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