Plumb Elementary School
|Mailing Address:||Plumb Elementary School
1920 LAKEVIEW RD
Clearwater, Florida 33764
|Website:||Plumb Elementary School|
|Total Number Of Teachers:||56|
|Total Number Of Students:||858|
|Average Class Size:||15|
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Sports/ActivitiesBaseball, Football, Golf, Hockey, Soccer, Swimming, Track And Field, Volleyball, Wrestling, Water Polo
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Clearwater teen wins endorsement from local tourism agency
CLEARWATER — Ethan Low will spend much of his last semester at Clearwater High School on racecar tracks around the nation thanks to a hefty sponsorship by his hometown tourism agency, Visit St. Pete/Clearwater.
JROTC instructor charged with sex with minor, police say
An instructor at Clearwater High School has been arrested and charged with unlawful sexual activity with a minor. James Millard Knuckles, 44, is a JROTC instructor at the school.Investigators say he and a 16-year-old female student had a sexual contact for an extended period of time at various locations throughout Pinellas County.
Threshers Announce 2015 Promo Calendar
CLEARWATER, Fla. - The Clearwater Threshers have announced their 2015 promotional calendar. Highlights of the summer fun at Bright House Field this season include concerts, theme nights, Bobblehead giveaways and 14 fireworks shows.
Pinellas County school notes
St. Cecelia NOTES new IB program St. Cecelia Interparochial Catholic School recently was authorized as an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, offering the Middle Years Programme to students. The school celebrated with a pep rally. According to the IB organization, the program "empowers students to inquire into a wide range of …
Phillies' Giles never forgets his fallen friend
CLEARWATER, Fla. - Roman Montano was like a brother, Ken Giles said. The two were teammates since they were 5 years old. The hard-throwing righthanders were teammates in high school. They practiced together on the weekend. Their sights were set on the major leagues.