New Florida school copes with crowding

Dec. 1, 2008
Explorer K-8 school in Hernando County has about 2,000 students
As the first day of classes approached earlier this year for the new Explorer K-8 School in Spring Hill, Fla., it was clear there would be a lot of students — perhaps more than the 1,759 that a Hernando County district rezoning committee had projected for Explorer. Actual enrollment has come in at about 1,994 students. Some district officials have been rethinking their philosophy about building such a large facility.To read The St. Petersburg Times article, click here.

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