Pinellas County Sheriff Teen Driver Challenge
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Teen Driver Challenge A program for teen drivers taught by PCSO driving instructors. Young drivers are taught the rules of the road and the consequences of distracted driving – due to texting, music, passengers, substance abuse. E-mail Scott Collins at TeenDriverChallenge@pcsonet.com for … Read More

Water Safety Tips for Parents
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It’s summertime, and if you think your children are ready to test the waters and learn to swim, make sure you are ready, too! From the Bay to the Gulf to your neighbor’s backyard, when it comes to water, Pinellas … Read More

What’s a Parent to Do: how to keep your kids drug free
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After a decade of declining use of alcohol and other substances by adolescents, it appears we are once again facing increasing use by our youth. New “drugs” pop up constantly that appeal to youth who are normally in the experimental … Read More

It’s Summertime
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It’s summertime once again in the Tampa Bay region. A time for outdoor activities and fun in the sun. Many of these activities will take place around water – trips to the beach, a water park or picnics at one … Read More

Five Words to Teach Your Child on Veteran’s Day
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    One of the most rewarding parts of being a parent/mentor/teacher is the opportunity I have to teach my child about life from a young age. Children’s brains are like sponges and they pick up their values mostly home … Read More

Wisdom from Local Principals
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Wisdom from our Local Principals What is the best thing parents can do to make this a good school year?   The best thing parents can do to make this school year a good year for their children is to … Read More

Keep PE at FIVE DAYS a week
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Yesterday a small group of concerned citizens went to the Pinellas County School Board meeting to talk about pending changes to the physical education schedule for elementary schools.  Like so many changes that impact our children, this change was not … Read More