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Helpful school district phone numbers

Adult Literacy: (352) 797-7018

Star Education Center: (352) 797-7013

Education Resource Center: (352) 797-7016

Exceptional Student Education: (352) 797-7022

Food Services: (352) 797-7028

General Information: (352) 797-7000

Head Start: (352) 754-2464

Hernando County Education Foundation: (352) 797-7029

Home Education: (352) 797-7008

Student Services: (352) 797-7008

Transportation: (352) 797-7003

Volunteers in Education: (352) 797-7017

Helpful school district phone numbers 07/31/10 [Last modified: Saturday, July 31, 2010 11:01am]
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