Pinellas County (Fla.) district may need to close more schools in 2011-12

May 13, 2010
Officials promised that no schools would close in 2010-11, but budget woes continue

From The St. Petersburg Times: Pinellas County (Fla.) superintendent Julie Janssen says more school closings are possible as the district grapples with $26 million in budget cuts next year and potentially $53 million the year after that. After closing or consolidating 10 schools this year, the district promised it would not consider more closings for 2010-11. But given the magnitude of cuts ahead, the district must look at the possibility for 2011-12, Janssen says.

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