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  • Big changes in county schools principal lineup

    Nine of the district’s 12 public schools will see a new principal or vice principal for the 2012-2013 school year. The district will also be without an assistant superintendent. 

    Assistant superintendent Gina Tovine has left the county to take a similar job in Orange County schools. Because of a stretched budget, the district doesn’t plan to fill the position for the immediate future. 

  • Cedar Key FFA: Living the motto

    The National FFA organization has a motto that goes like this: “Learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, living to serve.”
    The “learning to do” part of FFA happens in the classroom. It includes the lessons from books and videos, lectures, reading and writing assignments, sharing experiences etc.


    Sarah Bartholemy, center, placed third in the state in the FFA Creed Speaking




  • Cedar Key Middle School FFA brings home state awards

    Cedar Key Middle School members returned from the State FFA Convention with a cache of trophies and awards.
    The State FFA Convention was held in Orlando.

  • CEDAR KEY FFA ‘Making an impact’

    The Cedar Key FFA chapter has been awarded $2,500 as part of the inaugural FFA: Food For All program.
    The nationwide program provides grant money to local FFA chapters to help support year-long-service-learning projects focused on developing and implementing sustainable hunger relief projects.
    The Cedar Key FFA chapter has been helping to fight hunger in several ways. First, the chapter raised food fish in a recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) and at the end of the school year, filleted the fish and donated them to the Cedar Key food pantry.

  • Graduation

    Cedar Key’s 2012 kindergarten graduating class consists of, from left: Lexi Sharp, Alissa Beckham, Morgan Beckham, Adriana Girdler, Elijah Spencer,  Lori Mosler, Alla-Mae MacDuff, Alyssa McCain, Siosaia Wilson, Bridget Bible, Jayden Collins, Andrew Smart, Bernard Brown, Mason Dibbell and Brody Ellis.

  • Free Kids Photo Safari planned

    The Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge will host a Kids Photo Safari on Tuesday,  June 19, from 9-1 p.m. at Refuge headquarters for grades 3 – 9.  Digital cameras and nature journals are provided for the photographers to keep notes on what they see. Reserve your child’s camera now. Ten slots are available - and it’s all free.

  • Cedar Key School recognized by March of Dimes

    The March of Dimes is known as the leading non-profit organization for pregnancy and baby health.  Its mission is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. About one in eight babies in the US is born premature. No one is working harder than the March of Dimes to find the cause of premature birth.  

  • Shark News for the week of June 7

    Kindergarten graduation: Class of 2024

    By Lauren Bartholemy
    Shark Correspondent