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Pasco County Schools will host a virtual College and Career Fair on Feb. 25 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., to share information with families across the district as plans are made for college entry and/or careers after high school.
To learn more and to register, visit Pasco.k12.fl.us/oll/page/college-and-career-fair.
Revised spectator rules
Pasco County Schools announced a revised set of rules that went into effective as of Feb. 15, to allow for more spectators at school sporting events and more audience members at performing arts events.
The new rules will allow for 50% capacity at all outdoor events, including both athletic and performing arts events.
Indoor athletic events would be limited to four spectators for each athlete, and indoor performing arts events will be limited with up to four audience members per performer.
Mask rules will remain the same: Outdoor spectators and audience members are required to wear masks while entering and leaving the venue, and when leaving their seats to visit the concession stand or restroom. Masks are not required while spectators are seated at an event.
Spectators and audience members are required to maintain appropriate social distance with one another, other than direct family members.
The revised rules were established after Pasco County experienced a decrease in local COVID-19 cases and infection rates, and after consulting with the Pasco Department of Health.
Academy at the Farm
Academy at the Farm, 9500 Alex Lange Way in Dade City, is open for enrollment through Feb. 28.
The charter school is “designed to meet the needs of all students by promoting academic excellence, developing productive citizens through character building, and incorporating the advancement of technology in the curriculum,” according to its website.
The academy serves preschool through eighth grade.
For more information and to apply, visit AcademyAtTheFarm.com.
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