SARASOTA COUNTY — Sarasota County School Board members pledged an additional $215,500 on Tuesday to help solve whatever is happening at Lamarque Elementary School, contracting a University of South Florida professor to interview staff in hopes of getting to the root of what many say is an ongoing health concern on the North Port campus.
According to school district spokesman Scott Ferguson, the cost is an estimated figure, and the total payday may come in at a lesser amount. The district already has spent $250,000 this year, along with $100,000 each year since the school opened in 2006, to try to discover what, if anything, is wrong.
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