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13-253 Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office Members To Participate In The Great American Teach-In This Thursday

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What:  Members from all corners of the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office will be participating in the annual “Great American Teach-In” this Thursday.

Where:  Elementary schools to high schools countywide.

When:  During school hours, Thursday, November 21, 2013.


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 education had a big part to play in their personal and professional success.

The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office has multiple members from the agency visiting over 75 schools in Pinellas and neighboring counties on Thursday, November 21st.

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.”

Just a few of the highlighted presentations include:

- Sheriff Gualtieri will be speaking to students at Osceola Middle School at 10:00 a.m.
- The PCSO Canine Unit will be participating at Lakewood Elementary, Dunedin Middle, and Belleair Elementary.
- The Flight Unit will be at Madeira Beach Fundamental (10:30 a.m.) and Dunedin Middle (2:30 p.m.)

The sessions are scheduled throughout the school day on Thursday.  Start times for the sessions can vary from school to school.  Contact the Sheriff’s Public Information Office or the school itself for the program times.

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