Washington County, Florida School District Advises of Changes to School Dress Codes on Tuesday, January 3, 2023 By admin | January 3, 2023 0 Comment The Washington County, Florida School District has announced the changes in dress code appropriate for district schools for the balance of the 2022-2023 school year, as seen below.
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 3 (below) of these images by the Digital Photography Program at Florida Panhandle Technical College in Chipley, Florida.
( T he Center Square) — A recent audit of four Florida school districts has shown the need for stronger cybercontrols to be put in place as the threat from ransomware grows significantly each...
The theatre department is proud to announce their production of Disney's The Little Mermaid! Performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturday, February 2-4th at 7PM in Tate's cafeteria. It is a show you for shore don't want to miss! Tickets are $10 cash at the door or you can purchase them during your lunch this week.
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District leaders explored multiple scenarios including requesting the Florida Department of Education waive the missed instructional hours; however, the state has directed all school districts to use available time in their academic calendars to maintain statutory requirements.
O fficials in Florida's Manatee County School District are scrambling to comply with the state's recently implemented law demanding transparency in school libraries. Teams of volunteers...
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.
Kathryn Harrington was elected to her first term as Chair of Washington County in 2018 with a focus on increasing government transparency and accountability, advancing equity and diversity, addressing affordable housing and homelessness, along with tackling our transportation needs.