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Brandon class notes: School superintendent to meet community

School superintendent to meet community

Mary Ellen Elia, superintendent of Hillsborough County Schools, will hold several town meetings at area schools next month.

Parents and community members are invited to discuss issues affecting their students, schools and the district.

All meetings are at 7 p.m. The dates and locations are:

• Sept. 8 at Burns Middle School, 615 Brooker Road, Brandon.

• Sept. 15 at Mulrennan Middle School, 4215 Durant Road, Valrico.

• Sept. 22 at Brandon High School, 1101 Victoria St., Brandon.

School starts posting lunch menus online

Limona Elementary is now posting its lunch menu online.

The Brandon school has a different menu than the rest of the district because ongoing construction has limited cafeteria services.

The menu is posted online at the school's Web site, limona.mysdhc.org.

Charter school offers applications online

Applications will be available online starting Monday for Terrace Community Middle School, a public charter school at 11734 Jefferson Road in Thonotosassa.

The school serves students in grades 6 through 8. Applications can be found at www.tcmstornadoes.com and will be available until Jan. 16.

Entrance to the school is by lottery held on Jan. 26.

E-mail helen.ratcliffe@tcmstorandoes.com or call 987-6555 for more information.

Want to share your school news or information on upcoming events? E-mail Jan Wesner at jwesner@sptimes.com or call 661-2439.

Brandon class notes: School superintendent to meet community 08/28/08 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 2, 2010 2:19pm]
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