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PS Podcast: Bergosh talks about Newpoint allegations

The afternoon we broke the story of the allegations of grade tampering and mismanagement at Newpoint High School, I interviewed Escambia School Board member Jeff…

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Newport High: ‘School of Dorks’

A Newpoint High School parent described the school her child attends as a “School of Dorks.” The parent said, “They are computer geeks. These kids…

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Newpoint denies allegations, blames ‘disgruntled former employee’

Newpoint High School sent out a press release late this afternoon denying the allegations of grade tampering. The school said, “These allegations are baseless, unfounded…

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Deputy Superintendent Ross confirms Newpoint investigation, says it began two weeks ago

Escambia County Deputy Superintendent Norm Ross reported today that the district’s investigator – a former NCIS investigator – opened an investigation into Newpoint misconduct two…

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State Attorney reviewing Newpoint High and Newpoint Academy

Assistant State Attorney Greg Marcille told Inweekly this afternoon that the State Attorney’s Office has received information regarding the Pensacola Newpoint High School and Newpoint…

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PS Today: Jeff Bergosh will discuss Newpoint investigation

On Pensacola Speaks, School Board member Jeff Bergosh will be on the show to talk about the investigation into the allegations regarding grade fixing and…

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Newpoint High has been losing money. Its schools are being investigated in other areas (video)

According to its audited financial reports, Newpoint High School’s expenses exceeded its revenues by $59,994. It lost $81,223 last year. Newpoint High School received $704,338…

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