Gets new administrative post with Florida Virtual School
By Jim Clark
Thursday, January 8, 2009 at 1:00 am
Williston High School will be getting a new principal.
Mike DeLucas confirmed Wednesday that he has resigned, effective the end of the year.
DeLucas will become instructional leader for the Florida Virtual School, which means he is the virtual principal of 110,000 students in the state.
The Florida Virtual School enables students to take courses online for various reasons. One common reason is that their school does not offer the course they wish to take.
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