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Updated March 30, 2020
We just received word that the Florida Commissioner of Education has recommended that schools throughout our state will remain closed through May 1. We will follow his recommendation.
The roughly two-week extension does not change our current efforts here in Pasco County. Distance Learning starts tomorrow (Tuesday, March 31) as planned, and we will continue to provide breakfast and lunch to our students free of charge.
We understand the hardship that this causes for families. We will continue to do everything we can to reduce the impact on you and your family.
March 17, 2020
Governor DeSantis and the Florida Department of Education have outlined new recommendations for schools. Governor DeSantis has closed all Florida schools, including Pasco County Schools, until April 15. All K-12 state testing has also been canceled.
The previously announced feeding program will still begin as planned on Monday, March 23. There is also a plan to activate our summer feeding buses beginning on Monday, March 30 to deliver more food to students in need throughout Pasco.
The Friday, March 27 training for teachers regarding distance learning will now take place virtually instead of in person. More details to follow.
There is a plan in place to implement distance learning for students on Tuesday, March 31. More information regarding checking out devices for students in need will follow.
PLACE will remain closed until April 15.
More details and information will be shared as it becomes available.