TALLAHASSEE — On Tuesday morning, superintendent Bill Husfelt spoke to a receptive State Board of Education to address the needs Bay District Schools is facing as recovery from Hurricane Michael continues.

Although this isn’t the first time Husfelt has spoken with officials in regard to the district’s post-hurricane needs, the superintendent travelled to the state capitol to assure there were no misunderstandings when discussing urgent recovery-related concerns and requests.

“I think it’s important that our state board knows the situation we’re dealing with with our students, our employees, and our recovery,” he said. “It’s going to be long and we need them to understand the requests that we have. They need to understand we are passionate.”

Husfelt began his presentation by comparing the 2 million

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