Clay County Schools has plan to alleviate crowding at Oakleaf High
CLAY COUNTY, Fla. – Hundreds of families in Clay County will likely be sending their children to different schools next year as the district wrestles with overcrowding and lays out its redistricting plan. Currently, the top priority is relocating students from Oakleaf High School to Ridgeview High, followed by students in Lake Asbury and Middleburg. LINK: Details of the Clay County District Schools plan for Oakleaf, Ridgeview HighA few hundred students will be moved from Oakleaf High to Ridgeview High. The map on the left of your screen has a section bordered in yellow that currently goes to Oakleaf High. It just seemed they needed to put more and more portables.”News4jax also heard from parents in the News 4 Clay County Facebook Group.
Clay County neighborhood walks lead to larger crackdown on drugs
CLAY COUNTY, Fla. - Various neighborhood walks conducted by the Clay County Sheriff's Office have led to drug raids in recent months. Smith said the walks through various Clay County communities have led to a larger crackdown on narcotics. Each time a home was raided, the Sheriffs Office left a sign reading, You had options, on the property. "Sheriff (Darryl) Daniels has a strong zero tolerance for drugs and narcotics," Smith said. The walks have become so valuable that the Sheriffs Office shifted from doing them monthly to almost weekly.