Lake Worthy of Seaside town fee sorts schooling undertaking pressure

The initiative of a Lake Worth Beach educational task force was led by Commissioner Kim Stokes, a former Lake Worth High School math teacher.

LAKE Value BEACH — The Lake Worth Seashore metropolis commission has developed an educational task force it hopes will help tackle some of the difficulties confronted by colleges in the city.

The initiative was led by Commissioner Kim Stokes, a former Lake Worth Significant School math teacher who defeated incumbent Andy Amoroso for the District 3 seat in March.

On Tuesday, Stokes and her colleagues voted 18 people — lots of of them current or former Palm Seashore County instructors — to serve on the volunteer board. 

The thought is to embed the task force associates among the the city’s six general public educational facilities and 1 personal faculty so they can collect details on the troubles dealing with those schools and report it back again to the commission. The fee would then serve as an advocate to the county college board or other corporations that could lend support and assistance college students thrive.