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Faculty award: Eileen Charette, a counselor at Jesuit High School, recently was named Kiwanian of the Year at a Kiwanis Club of Tampa monthly meeting. Charette joined the Kiwanis Club in 1997 and has worked at Jesuit since 1989.

Scholarships: The Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union Foundation recently awarded scholarships to graduating high school seniors. Evelyn Philistin, Lorenzo Walker Technical High School in Collier County, received a $10,000 scholarship renewable for four years. Jack Burns, Fivay High School in Pasco County, received a $6,000 scholarship renewable for two years and a $10,000 scholarship renewable for two years. Kara Luedke, Lorenzo Walker Technical High School in Collier County, and Bruce Wilson Jr., Pasco High School in Pasco County, each received a $4,000 scholarship for a vocational or technical program.

Tampa school news 06/29/13 [Last modified: Friday, June 28, 2013 11:58am]
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