Florida's Orange County keeps scheduling options on the table

Members of the Orange County School Board in Florida say they will not reinstate the unpopular flip of middle-school and high-school start times that was implemented during the 2008-09 school year, despite the fact that it saved the district $5.8 million. However, facing what is expected to be dismal budget news from the state, board members said they cannot rule out other schedule changes, such as starting high schools earlier, flipping middle- and elementary-school start times or assigning the same start times for all schools at the same level.

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