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More School Choices for Children

Pinellas County Schools joined Great Day Live to talk about the dozens of non-traditional school programs they have to offer children.

SAINT PETERSBURG, Fla — Not every child learns the same way, that’s why Pinellas County Schools offers 80 different kinds of non-traditional programs including magnet, fundamental and career programs. These schools are tailored to student’s interests, talents, and abilities. The district’s, Ellen Truskowski, joined Great Day Live to talk about why one of these programs might be right for your child and how you can find out more about them. Pinellas County Schools will showcase these District Application Programs at three DAP Fairs this month Starting with Facebook and YouTube Live events on October 12th. For more information visit pcsb.org/dap

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Java Ingram is a New Orleans native/Texan and is excited to call Florida home! Prior to joining the “Great Day Live” team, Java served as host of a lifestyle-entertainment show in Birmingham, Alabama. She also woke up dark and early, weekday mornings to help drivers make it to their destinations safely as a traffic anchor.

Java started her on-air broadcast career in the birthplace of Elvis Presley, Tupelo, Mississippi. In Tupelo, she served as morning news anchor, producer and reporter.

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When she's not working, Java is very passionate about giving back to the community, having served on the corporate boards for The Boys and Girls Club of North Mississippi, The Civic Ballet Company, The Doniphan Dance Project and the Leadership Council for the Boys and Girls Club of Central Alabama. She has volunteered also with a number of civic organizations