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Updated: 10/16/2013 08:00:04AM

LeRoy: Grant to help Frostproof schools

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PHOTO BY AL PALMER

Juan Seda, Polk Director for English for Speakers of Other Languages translated Superintendent of Schools Kathryn Leroy's comments for the audience at Monday's community meeting at Frostproof Middle/High School.

PHOTO BY AL PALMER

School Board Member Debra Wright introduced Superintendent of Schools Kathryn Leroy at Monday's community school meeting.

PHOTO BY AL PALMER

Superintendent of Schools Kathryn Leroy waits to talk at Monday's community meeting at Frostproof Middle/High School.

By CATHY PALMER

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Polk County Superintendent of Schools Kathryn LeRoy Monday fielded dozens of questions from a group of about 200 parents, teachers and students at Frostproof Middle/High School that ranged from school diversity to FCAT tests to lunchroom operating policies.

After a brief explanation of some changes in the school district’s management policies including how the district is now divided into four regions, each with about 35 schools, and that reading and math coaches are provided to help boost lower-performing school grades, LeRoy answered more than two dozen questions that ran the gamut of school operations.

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