Kurt S. Browning, Superintendent of Schools
August 2019
Kurt S. Browning, Superintendent of Schools
August 2019

Superintendent's Message


New Arts in Education Website Provides Helpful Resources

The Arts Council of Hillsborough County has launched a new website focused...

Pasco County Disaster Planning Guide

The 2019 guide contains vital preparedness information including how to protect your home, family, and pets; what to expect after the storm; insuring against disaster; and much more. Guides are available through...

Website Updates Improve User Experience

As you may have noticed, we have made some updates and enhancements to the district website over the summer.  All of the same helpful resources and information are still there, but have been organized in a more user-friendly way. Information like...

Hepatitis A Outbreak Update

There is a current acute Hepatitis A outbreak in Florida. Since 2018, an increase in cases of hepatitis A infection have been identified throughout the state. During this time, the state has seen...

ADA Compliance Regarding Service Animals

Please be aware that the district is obligated to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regarding service animals...


Early Release Day

September 11 will be the first early release day for the 2019 - 2020 school year...

Pasco’s Accessibility Week

Technology can enable and empower learners of all ages and levels of ability to create...http://techforalllearners.weebly.com/

Change a Life with Big Brothers Big Sisters

You can make a big difference in the life of a child by becoming a Big Brother...

Lectures on the Lawn

Pasco County Parks, Recreation, and Natural Resources Department's next installment of Lectures on...

Cinderella Project Homecoming Boutiques

Once again this fall, the Cinderella Project will be setting up boutiques in several High Schools...

Center for the Arts Wesley Chapel Events

The Center for the Arts at Wesley Chapel's 2019 - 2020 "Learn it Live" event line-up features six great educational events...

Tampa Bay Rowdies Pasco Night

Join your Tampa Bay Rowdies on Saturday, October 12, as they take on...

Tampa Bay Times Newspaper in Education

Teachers can request free copies of the Tampa Bay Times for their classroom…


Florida Southern’s School of Education

The School of Education at Florida Southern College offers many different programs...

Assistant Principal Candidate Application Open

We are excited to announce that the process to become an Approved Assistant Principal Candidate is now open...

New Professional Certification in Trauma and Resilience

Florida State University has launched a new, online, Professional Certification in Trauma and Resilience through the Center for Academic and Professional Development.


September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month...

Child Safety Awareness Month

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) recognizes August as Child Safety...

September is Attendance Awareness Month

We all play an important role in helping the students of Pasco County develop good habits for attendance...

Labor Day

In observance of Labor Day, Pasco County Schools will be closed on...


Staff in the Spotlight: Donald Charlick

What is your role in Pasco County?

I have served in many roles over my 27 years in Pasco County, including teaching, coaching and mentoring. I am currently teaching biological sciences at Pasco High School, which has offered the first Advanced Placement Environmental Science and Cambridge Biological Science courses in the County. This adds to the growing number of upper level classes offered and most importantly, prepares students for the challenging university curriculum that they will face after high school. In addition, I have coached varsity boys tennis, varsity girls tennis, varsity girls golf. Our students have won Conference, District, Regional titles, and have had two top 8 finishes in the State Tournament.



Maintenance Services Team

Kim and Betsy, we wanted to send an email with our gratitude to the Maintenance staff from district.  They worked diligently to find the issue in our air conditioning unit and even through the constant barriers they never gave up ��.  They continue to work on the area that had to be torn up, in order to make our school look beautiful again, for our families and staff.  We are very appreciative of their hard work, dedication and commitment to our schools.    

Happy Friday ��.

Sharon Sacco Slusser

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