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Schools superintendent to speak during KFHA meeting on Jan. 27

Schools superintendent to speak during KFHA meeting on Jan. 27

Schools superintendent to speak during KFHA meeting on Jan. 27

Schools superintendent Alberto Carvalho (left) is pictured with Michael Rosenberg, KFHA president, at a previous meeting.

Miami-Dade Schools superintendent Alberto Carvalho will provide an update on progress of area school improvements at a Kendall Federation of Homeowner Associations meeting on Monday, Jan. 27, 7 p.m., at Kendall Village Center civic pavilion, 8625 SW 124 Ave.

Recently nominated for U.S. School Superintendent of the Year, Carvalho is expected to draw a standing room crowd for his presentation, noted Michael Rosenberg, KFHA president.

“Before voters approved the bond issue, Mr. Carvalho promised transparency and that is exactly what he has delivered,” Rosenberg said adding, “That along with a progressive educational system recognized nationally as a model of excellence.”

The $1.2 billion measure provides for facility renovations, technology updating, school replacement funding, expansion of student capacity and safety enhancements.

The KFHA town meeting, open to the public, is the first scheduled in 2014.

For additional information, visit www.kfha.org.

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  1. Sure know how to pick them!!!!
    "The man in charge of administering the southern region of Miami-Dade schools has been temporarily reassigned following an arrest after a bizarre shooting earlier this month.
    On February 7, Dr. Alexis Martinez was involved in an incident at a home on SW 94th Place. Neighbors tell CBS 4 that they heard a gunshot followed by a woman's screams.
    Police believe the .40-caliber handgun was shot accidentally. In fact, Martinez was not arrested for the shooting. Rather, he was taken into custody for his bizarre behavior toward police.
    When officers arrived, Martinez confronted them despite warnings not to do so. He told officers that although he didn't own the gun, he had hidden it in the house but simply forgot where he put it. Because, hey, who doesn't remember where they put that gun that just went off?
    This forgetful man, mind you, is in charge of the single largest region of Miami-Dade schools. He has oversight over 99 schools and more than 100,000 students. " – http://blogs.miaminewtimes.com/riptide/2014/02/dr