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Pinellas school board approves one more year for Imagine Charter

The Pinellas County school board on Tuesday approved a one-year contract extension for Imagine elementary charter school in St. Petersburg despite ongoing academic and financial struggles.

The 300-student school has earned two Fs and a D over the last three school years for which school grades are available. The charter extension came with the caveat that continued problems next fall could result in its closure.

Pinellas school board approves one more year for Imagine Charter 05/22/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, May 22, 2012 11:17pm]
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