Archive for January, 2017

Common Sense High School Graduation Bill filed

Common Sense High School Graduation Bill filed Today, Representative Ralph Massullo, MD filed HB407 one of the most positive, high school graduation requirement bills I have seen in years. This bill would correct the reliance of students only passing a state test or getting a concordance score of the ACT in order to graduate high […]

Cayla’s Coats

Cayla’s Coats I have had great pleasure of seeing Jessica Barnes presentations of Cayla’s Coats a local non-profit organization that benefits our community by providing coats, blankets, scholarships for swim lessons, and drowning prevention and awareness. Cayla’s Coats was started in memory of Jessica’s daughter Cayla Barnes. Cayla sadly drowned one afternoon in the waters […]

LWVCC Student Poster Contest

LWVCC Student Poster Contest “why vote” The League of Women Voters of Citrus County is sponsoring a poster contest on “why vote”, open to all Citrus County high school students. The League of Women Voters of the United States was organized in 1920 by Carrie Chapman Catt shortly before the Women’s Suffrage Amendment was ratified. […]

Shelter Me Citrus

Shelter Me Citrus Pets play a vital role in our lives.  They are non-judgmental, non-political and can provide near unconditional love.  Pets can be a comfort to those who live alone and provide companionship. Shelter Me Citrus is a not-for profit organization that was formed for the purpose of obtaining funds to build a needed […]

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! Let’s make some mistakes…. I read this today and thought it was a wonderful quote. It is a good challenge for our students and for the rest of us to do. I hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes. Because if you are making mistakes, then you are making […]