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Important numbers at Hernando County school district

Pat Fagan, chairman, (352) 596-5162

Dianne Bonfield, (352) 799-7145

John Sweeney, (352) 686-1782

James Yant, (352) 683-2766

Sandra Nicholson, (352) 754-2448

School Board meetings are held at the district office building, 919 N Broad St., Brooksville. They are open to the public and broadcast live on Hernando Instructional Television, Bright House cable Ch. 614. A meeting schedule is published Sunday in the Hernando Times.

• Meetings are generally at 7 p.m. the first and third Tuesday of the month.

• Workshops, during which matters are discussed but no formal votes are taken, are frequently scheduled for 3 p.m. Tuesday.

• For information, call the district office at (352) 797-7000.

District administration

Bryan Blavatt, school superintendent, (352) 797-7001

Sonya Jackson, assistant school superintendent, (352) 797-7051

J. Paul Carland III, School Board attorney, (352) 797-7253

Executive directors and supervisors

Roland Bavota, facilities, (352) 797-7050

Sean Arnold, maintenance, (352) 797-7071

Lori Drenth, food and nutrition, (352) 797-7028

Linda Smith, transportation, (352) 797-7003

Barry Crowley, safety and security coordinator, (352) 797-7054

Cathy Dofka, exceptional student education, (352) 797-7022

James Knight, student services, (352) 797-7008

Marcia Austin, curriculum specialist, (352) 797-7070, ext. 443

Debbie Pfenning, curriculum specialist, (352) 797-7070, ext. 448

Jeff Yungmann, curriculum supervisor, (352) 797-7070, ext. 433

Heather Martin, executive director of business services, (352) 797-7005, ext. 411

Desiree Heneger, chief financial officer, (352) 797-7004

Melissa Harts, technology and information services, (352) 797-7006, ext. 454

Linda McCosh, purchasing, (352) 797-7060

Roy Gordon, communications and public relations manager, (352) 797-7009

Important numbers at Hernando County school district 07/31/10 [Last modified: Saturday, July 31, 2010 10:57am]
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