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Buzz:Workman Middle locked down UPDATE

Workman Middle School has been locked down again. Students have been using their cell phones to call parents in hopes of finding out why. A…

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TT: Education

A collection of parents and educators gathered in the Cordova Park Elementary library Tuesday evening to discuss how the city of Pensacola might best improve…

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UWF helps displaced Va. College students

The University of West Florida Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Complete Florida will host a Drop-In Transfer Day on Thursday, Jan. 3, 2019, providing personalized…

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PSC president tapped for transition

Pensacola State President Ed Meadows has been tapped to join Gov.-elect Ron DeSantis transition education and workforce advisory committee, along with former Florida Senate President…

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DJJ: Workman leads middle schools in arrests

According to Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, Workman Middle had more arrests, 25, than other middle school in Escambia County, and the second most of…

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More than dozen assaults at Workman reported

Since Workman Middle School held at its first day of class this semester through November, the school had 13 fights that were so violent that…

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Correction: Workman student charged

Yesterday, we reported that the black student was caught on video kicking a white classmate had not been charged and was given a 10-day suspension…

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Safety panel: Schools need ‘culture change’

By Dara Kam, The News Service of Florida — Safe corners in classrooms, locked or staffed doors and gates and “Code Red” policies are some…

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PPD has been called to Workman 52 times

According to public records, the Pensacola Police Department has been called out to Workman Middle  52 times since Aug. 1. That’s an average of 2.74…

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