Education

Proposed rezoning will move students in six south-end schools

| Wendy Victora Rudman

On March 9, parents will have a chance to tell the Santa Rosa County School Board what they think about the proposed changes to school zones in the south end of the county.

Assistant Superintendent for Administrative Services Joey Harrell can’t predict exactly what parents will say about the plan he and his staff have worked on for months.

 

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