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COVID cycle holding true

We learned last year that COVID cases follow three or four weeks after spreader events. On June 5, 2020, Gov. Ron DeSantis relaxed restrictions and…

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Military veteran overdoses, another hero lost

In September 2011, Retired Marine Lt. Col. Dave Glassman brought two men to my office. One, Elliot, was an Iraq War veteran who was missing…

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Mental health task force set to meet Aug. 30

State Representative Michelle Salzman from House District 1 and Quint Studer with Studer Community Institute will host a two-hour Mental Health Task Force on Monday,…

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Homebuilders support Warrington Middle

In an effort to build community spirit, the Home Builders Association of West Florida provided a barbeque dinner for the faculty, students and parents of…

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Middle Math Scores

The magnet school, Brown Barge Middle, scored above the state average for all grades. Ransom Middle scored above state average for sixth and seventh grades….

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Breaking: David Morgan drops out of race

Former Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan has sent an email to his supporting dropping out of the mayor’s race. Following is text of letter delivered…

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Math scores for fourth and fifth grades

Here are the other elementary school math scores FOURTH GRADE District Name School Name Grade Percentage in Level 3 or Above 1 2 3 4…

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Third Grade Math Scores

Local charter schools made the top and bottom of the Third Grade Math scores for Escambia County. Pensacola Beach Elementary had 95% of its third…

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Math scores drop

As many predicted, students math scores dropped during the pandemic school year, 2020-21. Statewide 3-8 graders had 10% fewer students score Level 3 or higher;…

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