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High schools begin recruitment of 8th grade students

Posted: 02/03/2016 - As education standards become more rigorous, schools are working hard to recruit the best and brightest to their student body. But the recruiting starts earlier than you might expect.

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Vernon High School's record-breaking signing day

Updated: 02/04/2016 - Wednesday was a banner day at Vernon High School, where every senior on the football team signed a scholarship. But it was more than just football players celebrating on National Signing Day.

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District, Union reach agreement on teacher salary, evaluations

Posted: 01/29/2016 - Earlier this week, Bay County's teacher's union packed the school board meeting to urge the board to support changes to teacher pay and evaluations. Negotiators finalized an agreement that still needs board and teacher approval.

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Local autism program opens doors to community resource center

Posted: 01/27/2016 - For parents of children newly diagnosed with autism, navigating their future can be overwhelming and lonely. But leaders with a local autism program unveiled what they hope will be the starting point for a brighter future.

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Elementary students surge into science

Posted: 01/27/2016 - Some Bay County elementary students had the opportunity to surge forward in their STEM education with the help of some college students and professors.

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For competitors math counts for more than awards

Posted: 01/14/2016 - Close to 180 middle school students spent several hours Thursday competing for prestigious medals and awards. Some of them have been preparing all year, others are just winging it.

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Local Educators Attending to Absenteeism in Schools

Posted: 01/08/2016 - How many days of school has your student missed this year? If it's generally more than 10 days, school administrators start getting concerned about your child's education. But local school leaders want to help.

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Local builders construct opportunity

Updated: 01/07/2016 - Local builders are enjoying an economy favorable to building. Representatives with the Bay Building Industries Association said they want to give back and build up the education of locals one house at a time.

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Bill Seeks to Give Some Principals More Autonomy

Posted: 10/06/2015 - A bill filed in the state legislature would create a pilot program in select Florida school districts. It would give principals of "low-performing schools" more power to make decisions for their schools.

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FSA Results Released This Week

Updated: 10/02/2015 - According to Bay District school officials, FSA results will be available to students and parents via Parent Portal by Friday morning. Those same officials said scores won't directly affect students, but they do make a difference for teacher evaluations and school grades.

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State's Superintendents Lack Confidence in Department of Education

Posted: 09/29/2015 - On Wednesday the Florida Department of Education is expected to release the Florida Standards Assessment scores from the spring. The test results will not directly affect students but will impact teachers and schools grades which has superintendents across the state fuming.

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