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Ever’man offers to buy old School District offices

The School Board discussed earlier this week an offer made by Ever’man Natural Foods for the old School District offices on Garden Street. Superintendent Malcolm…

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Who is reporting sexual incidents in school district

The figures below are what the Escambia School District reported to the state and law enforcement for the 2009-10 school year–Florida Department of Education’s School…

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Inside Tate Assault: Did officials break the law?

The moment the school officials were notified by a parent that a possible sexual assault, involving a 14-year-old victim, happened in a classroom at Tate…

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Inside Tate Assault: How not to investigate

This is the Part Two of my interview with the mother who reported the sexual assault at Tate High School. The mother agreed to the…

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Inside Tate assault: “Momma, pray for me”

“Momma, pray for me. Momma, pray for me. I’m going to throw up.” That’s what the Tate High School student told his mother over his…

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Two elected officials, two stories

Superintendent Malcolm Thomas denies any cover up or delays in reporting the sexual assault at Tate High School. The daily newspaper gave his version of…

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Arrest made in Tate sexual assault case

Press Release: A 16-year-old Tate High School student was arrested this evening after allegedly forcing another student to perform a sex act on him. Deputies…

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Tate reported few crimes to ECSO last year

Through a public records request of the Florida Department of Education, IN got the School Environmental Safety Incident Report for the Escambia County School District…

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Buzz: Tate incident could be tip of the iceberg

I received this email from reader whose wife teaches in the Escambia County Public School District: “I’ve always told my spouse and other friends who…

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