Author visits school

"Elf on the Shelf" author Carol Aebersold visits Brooker Creek Elementary.  Read more

Executive PASS Program recruits new partners

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

Learning Policy addresses student concussions

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

Celebrating graduation!

Several PCS teachers recently earned advanced degrees.  Read more

Countywide Graduation held

Nearly 200 students participate in Countywide Graduation.  Read more

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Tentative agreements set employee pay increases for 2014-2015

The Pinellas County School District has reached tentative agreements with PCTA, PESPA, SEIU/Florida Public Services Union, and PBA on pay increases for the 2014-2015 school year. The agreements are subject to ratification by the membership of each group and approval by the Pinellas County School Board.  
  •  The tentative agreement with PCTA includes pay increases for all instructional staff. The increases average 2.5% exclusive... Read more

St. Pete High Thespians will present “The Laramie Project” Nov. 13-15

The St. Petersburg High School Thespians will present "The Laramie Project" at 7 p.m. Nov. 13-15 in the school's  auditorium located at 2501 Fifth Ave. N, St. Petersburg. "The Laramie Project" presents a deeply complex portrait of a community's response to the 1998 brutal beating and murder of Matthew Shepard, a young gay man living in Laramie, Wyo. In a series of poignant reflections,... Read more

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