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William DeShazer/Staff The new cell tower sits adjacent Poinciana Elementary School in the school's parking lot on Wednesday Aug. 28, 2013. Documents The only decision left about the cell tower at Poinciana Elementary School is what color to paint it.
Katherine Rosenberg Erika Donalds speaks to the Collier County School Board on Oct. 16, 2013. Photo by Greg Kahn Collier County Superintendent Kamela Patton Documents Quotable I don't say this to be nasty but we are not a babysitting service. I
William DeShazer/Staff The new cell tower sits adjacent Poinciana Elementary School in the school's parking lot on Wednesday Aug. 28, 2013. Documents Opponents of the cellphone tower erected at Poinciana Elementary School over the summer have one
About 200 parents who showed up for Collier County Superintendent Kamela Patton's town hall meeting in Marco Island Tuesday got information and a show. Patton's third town hall meeting this year this installment held at Tommie Barfield Elementary
The session taught the science of sound, vibration and pitch using Discovery Education science textbooks...It's the third year the Collier County School District will offer the event that features nearly 50 speakers or presenters, up from 35 last
William DeShazer/Staff The new cell tower sits adjacent Poinciana Elementary School in the school's parking lot on Wednesday Aug. 28, 2013. Collier County School Board members at a Tuesday meeting vowed to take another look at the controversial 75
Superintendent Kamela Patton's right hand man is leaving the Collier County School District for a new job this year...Fred Conde, assistant superintendent of accountability and systemwide performance, will leave the district Sept. 3 after less than a
Two boys who participate in the Sports C.L.U.B. after-school program compete in a flag football game. Photo by Bill Carufe In the face of complaints about changes to Collier County's after school programs, school board members Tuesday authorized the
After Collier County school district officials on Monday outlined why more than 250 children in Golden Gate Estates will not be bused to school next year, one father challenged them to walk the 1.9 mile route his three children will have to take.
Special to the Daily News/Jason Easterly Lely High Marine Science students Cristal Navarrete, 19, from left, Walker Hardy, 17, Alex Trujillo, 16, and Jashy Paul, 17 review video and audio clips taken for a class project done about Rookery Bay in