Students welcomed back for the first day of school

PCS welcomes students back for the 2014-15 school year.  Read more

Countywide Graduation held

Nearly 200 students participate in Countywide Graduation.  Read more

Learning Policy addresses student concussions

PCS leaders address students with concussion-related injuries.  Read more

Executive PASS Program recruits new partners

Pinellas County School leaders recruit businesses for PASS Program.  Read more

Celebrating graduation!

Several PCS teachers recently earned advanced degrees.  Read more

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PCS and SPC forge bonds to prepare students for college, career and life

The governing boards of Pinellas County Schools and St. Petersburg College met Tuesday, Sept. 16, to discuss their current partnerships and explore additional opportunities for collaboration. The district has had a successful and long-standing relationship with St. Petersburg College and both want to strengthen that relationship. School Board Chairperson Carol Cook credited Superintendent Michael Grego and St. Petersburg College President Bill Law for cementing... Read more

Mentoring program for minority boys continues to grow as it starts fourth year

PHOTO: Kenny Irby, Poynter's senior faculty and director of community relations and the director of The Write Field initiative, speaks to the new Write Field participants. The Write Field, a mentoring program for minority middle school boys, held its opening session Saturday, Sept. 13 at the Poynter Institute in St. Petersburg. Rod Carter, the morning news anchor for WFLA News Channel 8, was... Read more

Student tours available at Pinellas County’s solid waste facility

Math. Economics. Ecology. Physics. There's more than trash at Pinellas County's integrated solid waste facility at Bridgeway Acres – there's education. Students of all ages and education levels can tour Pinellas County's award-winning campus. The tour includes one of the largest waste-to-energy facilities in the world, the sanitary landfill and special recycling operations. From discovering where trash goes, to seeing how its energy... Read more