Nicholas Delbrugge, 20, and his sister Ashley Winters, both former residents of Flagler County and the son and daughter of former Flagler School Superintendent Bill Delbrugge, were arrested this evening in Deltona and charged with snatching a a girl scout’s cookie money from her hands four days earlier.
In a 40-minute interview from the outskirts of Cairo today, the former school superintendent explained why he’s staying in Egypt, what Egyptians are after and deserve, and what conditions are like.
Evie Shellenberger ended her eight years as a school board member Monday evening with a parable and sponsorships of Afghan girls’ education in her fellow board members’ names.
In an emotional half hour that mixed bawdy humor with Hallmark-quality sorrow, the School Board said goodbye to Superintendent Bill Delbrugge Tuesday evening.
Janet Valentine this week began filling Bill Delbrugge’s shoes amid high expectations and some concerns.
The school district is adding its voice to a chorus of protest and damning history against closing Carver Gym.
An introduction to the seven-member FlaglerLive Board of Directors, and a few words about who we are and what we’re about.
In his last days as superintendent, Delbrugge is celebrated by men of one of the most effective programs for young, at-risk black students.
What was supposed to be a leisurely interview on Saturday afternoon turned into its own Deepwater Horizon blowout.
Per-student funding has risen and fallen over the year, but today it’s identical to what it was in 1996, even as the student population, academic expectations and administrative burdens have multiplied.