Posted in Caring Education

Hiaasen on fiction writing

Last week, I had the opportunity to talk with newspaper columnist and author Carl Hiaasen about writing fiction. He was in Pensacola for the University…

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Berryhill Admin Complex up for sale

Press release: The Santa Rosa County School District, represented by Scoggins III, Inc., is offering the former Berryhill Administrative Complex for sale by bid. In…

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Online survey re:appointed superintendent

The Appointed Superintendent Search Portal has been opened and includes a survey that can be found by visiting the Escambia County School District’s website, ecsd.fl.schoolloop.com.  The…

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Hiaasen on freedom on speech

Press Release: The University of West Florida will welcome Miami Herald columnist and satirical novelist Carl Hiaasen to Pensacola for one of three public events as…

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Posted in Education Politics

Enrollment conundrum solved, still not good

Thanks to public records supplied by the Escambia County School District, Inweekly has found that district’s enrollment is down 977 students in its traditional schools….

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Saunders’ contract extended

After guiding the University of West Florida to three years of unprecedented success in the Florida Board of Governors performance-based funding model, UWF President Martha…

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Enrollment drop largest in recent memory

If the enrollment number that Superintendent Malcolm Thomas gave the News Journal are accurate, the Escambia County School District has experienced the largest drop in…

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Escambia school enrollment down

According to the Florida Department of Education, school enrollment is down 3,084 students for Escambia County, contrary to today’s News Journal article. At this time…

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Crush the Crisis

On Saturday, September 7, West Florida Hospital will host “Crush the Crisis,” an opioid take back event with the goal of collecting and properly disposing…

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