Archive for March, 2016

Auditor General Give Citrus Schools Thumbs up!

Auditor General Give Citrus Schools Thumbs up! Citrus Schools received a positive report from its annual audit by the Florida Auditor General.  Follow this link to read the report: https://thomastalks.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/2016-147.pdf Chronicle reporter A.B. Sidibe reported on the audit in his story, “Citrus County School District aces audit”.  Follow this link to read his story: https://goo.gl/R3Z0Rd […]

Citrus Tech Help Line

Citrus Tech Help Line ATTENTION Parents, students… Have IPAD questions? Need tech help for homework? Help is only one phone call away! Citrus Tech Help Line : (352) 400-1943 Monday – Friday 4pm-8pm Here is a great show with guests Lecanto Middle School Assistant Principal Brian Lancaster and the District’s Title 1 Coordinator Patricia Douglas […]

VIDEO on Coastal Camp Citrus 2016 at the Marine Science Station

Video on Coastal Camp Citrus 2016 at the Marine Science Station Watch the Coast Camp Promotional Video by clicking play or by clicking HERE! The Marine Science Station Coastal Camp Citrus 2016 is a 5 day 4 night residential summer camp for middle and high school students. The applications are available at www.citrus.k12.fl.us/mss Apply today!! […]

Times Editorial Gets It, Please Read: Four reasons Scott should veto education bill

Times Editorial Gets It, Please Read Four reasons Scott should veto education bill Below is an excellent editorial by the Tampa Bay Times on, “Four reasons Scott should veto education bill“. Sadly, like much of this legislative session, politics (rather than doing what is best for our kids) will win out and Gov. Scott will […]

Citrus Schools Kindergarten Round-up 2016

Citrus Schools Kindergarten Round-up 2016 For children who will be age 5 by September 1, 2016. Please bring: proof of residency (electric, phone, cable, etc.), the child’s immunization card, evidence of a health physical exam that is less than one year old, birth certificate, and social security card to register your child. If you do […]

Florida’s Bright Future? A Legislative Session Review

Florida’s Bright Future? A Legislative Session Review The 2016 Florida Legislative session is over and once again for public education, many legislators wrote and voted for educational legislation against the expert advice of locally elected school boards, superintendents, teachers, and perhaps worst of all, parents and students. What is most upsetting is that some of […]