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Pinellas school briefs: Jewish Day School celebrates expansion

COUNTYWIDE

Jewish Day School celebrates expansion

The Pinellas County Jewish Day School, 1775 S Highland Ave., Clearwater, will celebrate its expansion from 7 to 9 p.m. Sept. 18. The event marks the completion of phase I of the school's capital campaign, which includes the addition of four new classrooms. School tours and refreshments will be offered. RSVP by Saturday. Call (727) 588-0100 or go to www.pcjds.org.

LEALMAN

Free, reduced lunches available at center

Free and reduced-price meals are available to eligible children and adults at Lealman Adult Day Center, 3455 58th Ave. N, and Largo Adult Day Center, 11095 131st St. Participants must complete an application with eligibility information, including names of all household members; the Social Security number of the head of household, primary wage earner or adult signing the application, or an indication that no household member has a Social Security number; total monthly household income or Food Stamps; SSI, Medicaid or FDPIR identification number; and a signature from an adult center participant. Call 573-9444.

COUNTYWIDE

Mini-grants will fund class water projects

Educators interested in securing grant funding for classroom projects that focus on water quality, natural systems, water conservation, alternative water sources, flood protection or watersheds are encouraged to apply for a Splash! mini-grant through the Southwest Florida Water Management District. The goal of the mini-grant program is to promote hands-on water resources education that teaches students about their local watersheds and the water resources within them. The mini-grants provide up to $5,000 per school on a reimbursement basis only and are available to public, private and homeschool teachers. Grant applications are due Friday. For information, log on to the district's Web site at WaterMatters.org/mini-grants to fill out the online application. For additional information, call Mary Margaret Hull, lead communications coordinator, at 1-800-423-1476, ext. 4774.

Pinellas school briefs: Jewish Day School celebrates expansion 09/09/08 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 2, 2010 4:20pm]
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