Giuseppe Sabella, Bradenton Herald

Giuseppe Sabella

Bradenton Herald

Bradenton, FL, United States

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Past articles by Giuseppe:

Migrant students in Manatee rise from the fields to chase the American dream

The Manatee County School District honored dozens of migrant students and parents during the 33rd annual Migrant Education Awards Ceremony, hosted at Lakewood Ranch High School. → Read More

Company demands more than $800,000 for Manatee School District’s software system

HTC Global Services, the parent company of Ciber, is demanding payment on more than $779,000 in invoices and more than $30,000 in interest, both related to the ERP project. → Read More

Foster care remains a struggle in Manatee County. These people want to help

Dozens of people convened at the Manatee Community Foundation for a presentation on foster care Wednesday morning. → Read More

Here are nominations for the renaming of Johnson-Wakeland IB School

There were 65 nominations as of Tuesday morning, highlighting the preferred name for Johnson-Wakeland School of International Baccalaureate. → Read More

School district’s costly software ‘barely’ operational, superintendent says

Ten months after its launch, the school district’s ERP system is still causing widespread problems. → Read More

How do people feel about the Manatee School District? Climate surveys may be coming

While its conversation was delayed on Tuesday afternoon, the Citizens’ Financial Oversight Committee may soon discuss the value of a climate survey. Other surveys are ongoing or planned. → Read More

Manatee school district calls for nominations in renaming of K-8 campus

The Manatee school district will publish nominations in less than two weeks, previewing the possible names for Johnson-Wakeland K-8 International Baccalaureate School. → Read More

Manatee School Board members discuss their opinion on armed teachers

According to Tuesday night's discussion, the entire School Board of Manatee County is against the arming of local teachers, an aspect of pending legislation in Tallahassee. → Read More

After dual enrollment controversy, USF brings college courses to Manatee high schools

A new agreement with the University of South Florida will bring dual enrollment back to Manatee County high schools after State College of Florida withdrew its program. → Read More

Hit-and-run victim an ‘anomaly,’ family says. Basketball games will benefit his recovery

As Jack Kelley recovers from a recent hit-and-run crash, the basketball teams at Lakewood Ranch High School are raising money for his medical bills. → Read More

Do you know these Manatee High grads? Alumni association searching for students from 1950’s

The Manatee High School Alumni Association is inviting hundreds of men and women to attend a reunion in August, when 1950’s graduates can reconnect over lunch in the school’s cafeteria. → Read More

Here’s a look at the contract for USF’s next president. It was unanimously approved Thursday

Steve Currall will start at the University of South Florida with a base salary of $575,000 after his contract was approved on Thursday. → Read More

Deputies investigating bank robbery along State Road 70

The Manatee County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a reported bank robbery at Bradenton location of Bank of the Ozarks Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

Manatee School District offers free lunch over spring break

The School District of Manatee County will offer free meals over spring break. → Read More

Manatee Performing Arts Center faces shake-up with licensing company

Rick Kerby, producing artistic director at the Manatee Performing Arts Center, spoke on recent struggles and upcoming performances on Thursday afternoon. → Read More

With their generosity, these men and women represent the ‘Spirit of Manatee’

The Manatee Community Foundation honored six people for their philanthropy during the Spirit of Manatee luncheon on Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

A ‘community school’ might be coming to Manatee County. Here’s what that means

the Community Partnership Schools model, spearheaded by the University of Central Florida, is gaining local traction. → Read More

$17 million donation paves the way for Bradenton Christian School’s new sports complex

With $17 million from a local charity, and with unanimous approval from the Bradenton City Council on Tuesday morning, Bradenton Christian School will overhaul its sports complex over the next two years. → Read More

Auditors call for improved record-keeping in Manatee schools. The district has ideas

Whether it be changing the enrollment process or catching up with the digital era, the School District of Manatee County hopes to improve its record-keeping, especially when it comes to home-school students. → Read More

Auditors OK school district’s use of sales tax dollars. But they did have some questions

Auditors reviewed the school district’s use of sales tax and bond revenues, leaving the district’s Audit Committee with several questions. → Read More