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12-262 PCSO Members Support Great American Teach-In


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What:            Members from all corners of the of the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office will be participating in the annual “Great American Teach-In”, Thursday, November 15, 2012. Nearly 70 members will visit over 50 schools in Pinellas County, and speak to an estimated 5400 students.

When:            During the school day, Thursday, November 15, 2012.

Where:           Elementary schools to high schools countywide.

How/Why:    The Great American Teach-In is a day set aside for students of all ages to listen to volunteers from a variety of professions talk about their work, and why edcuation had a big part to play in their personal and professional success.

The Pinellas Sheriff’s Office has nearly 70 volunteers from the agency visiting over 50 schools in Pinellas County on Thursday, November 15th. Estimates are that PCSO speakers will present to over 5400 students in elementary schools to high schools.

Sheriff Bob Gualtieri has encouraged PCSO staff to participate “because it is a great chance for students to become acquainted with the many career opportunities with the Sheriff’s Office, and have some fun meeting our members and asking questions.”

The sessions are scheduled throughout the school day on Thursday, November 15th. Start times for the sessions can vary from school to school.  Contact the Sheriff’s PIO for the program times at some of the schools.

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10750 Ulmerton Rd.

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