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  2. Washington County, Florida School Board Member Cheryl ...

    Newly elected Washington County, Florida School Board member Cheryl Williams visited Studio B on the campus of Florida Panhandle Technical College to get a new head shot portrait on Thursday, January 26, 2023, as seen in the photos (below) of and by FPTC students. While there, she had the opportunity to meet several students in the 2022-2023 FPTC Digital Photography and Digital Video Technology Programs.

  3. Part 4- Washington County, Florida School District Celebrates ...

    Part 4- Washington County, Florida School District Celebrates ‘Teacher of the Year’ Awards on Wednesday, January 25, 2023. The Washington County, Florida School District held their annual ‘Teacher of the Year’ Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, January 25, 2023, at Kate Smith Elementary School in Chipley, Florida, as seen in Part 4 (below) of these images by the Digital Photography Program at Florida Panhandle Technical College in Chipley, Florida.

  4. Wednesday, January 18, 2023 the Washington County Historical Society’s museum was packed with second graders from Washington County Christian School. The children had a nice outing and learned a few tidbits about our county and its history.

  5. At a magnet school, all subjects are taught through the lenses of the school’s specific track. At an arts-focused magnet school, for example, students will learn all required classes (math, English, etc.). But, those required classes may include arts-related projects or discussions, and students will take a variety of arts classes as well.

  6. Superintendent Blog / In Focus

    Posted by Addison Davis on 1/20/2023 2:55:00 PM. Hillsborough County Public Schools has achieved an impressive financial turnaround over the past three years, transitioning from a $150 million operational budget shortfall to a surplus for the first time in over a decade. This tremendous feat was reached through strategic fiscal initiatives with a focus on maximizing every educational dollar for our children.

  7. Ambitious goals set in Focus: 2024, CCSD’s five-year ...

    The Board of School Trustees’ unanimous approval of a five-year strategic plan for the Clark County School District – Focus: 2024 – sets in motion ambitious goals. Among those targets for student success: All CCSD schools will be rated three stars or higher on the Nevada School Performance Framework. At least 90 percent of CCSD students will graduate from high school college and career ready.

  8. Washington School Choice Roadmap

    Washington’s private schools come in all shapes and forms, from religious schools to schools designed for children with special needs. There are more than 750 private schools across the state of Washington. The average tuition for private schools in the state is $11,999 for elementary schools and $14,249 for high schools.

  9. Student Clubs - FLVS

    Or looking to explore new worlds through food and culture? With 60+ online student clubs to choose from at FLVS—you can do it all. Connect with your classmates. Cultivate your passions. And create your own path. Clubs are open to students in all grades who are enrolled in at least one course with FLVS Flex, FLVS Full Time, or FLVS Global School.