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Residents at The Moorings take students under wing

It may seem like an unlikely pairing, but a mentoring/tutoring program supported by Moorings’ resi

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High school likely to start later in the future

Superintendent David Moore wants high school students to start classes later in the morning than the

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School Board seeks options for replacing outside attorney

Attorney Suzanne D’Agresta’s long tenure as hired outside counsel for the Indian River County Sc

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New super:‘Bold steps’ needed to improve schools

Superintendent David Moore told a standing-room-only crowd at a townhall meeting last week that the

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Federal judge reprimands School Board’s hired attorney

A federal judge on Friday reprimanded county School Board attorney Suzanne D’Agresta for writing a

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New superintendent impresses high school teachers and staff

“My purpose is to tell you who I am, what my goals are, what drives me, and how I want to connect

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Susan Moxley: An ‘absolute blessing’ for our schools

When Interim Superintendent Susan Moxley parachuted into Vero Beach in May, she found a school distr

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‘Smoking in the boys room’ – and girls room, too – may get more dicey for students

It’s going to become more difficult to get away with smoking in boys and girls school bathrooms if

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St. Ed’s students keep aid flowing to Bahamas in colorful cargo container

Three months after Hurricane Dorian devastated the northern Bahamas, the headlines that focused atte

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School attorney rapped for rogue desegregation filing

Newly appointed School Superintendent David Moore says a rogue desegregation “progress” report w

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School Board told three local charters ignore deseg order

While the Indian River County School District has begun working closely with the NAACP to comply wit

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Assistant superintendent quits school district after 3 months

After less than three months on the job, Benjamin Osypian has submitted his resignation as assistant