HERNANDO CHRISTIAN ACADEMY: The school is participating in a 26.2-mile marathon sponsored by Oak Hill Hospital and LifeSouth Community Blood Centers. The elementary and middle school physical education classes will run a half-mile each school day until April 6 — a total of 50 days. On April 6, the students will meet with other participants at Nature Coast Technical High School to run the last 1.2 miles together. Students will receive T-shirts and medals at the end of the run. The event is part of the Five Points of Life campaign.
J.D.FLOYD K-8: The school's Builder's Club, a middle school service group affiliated with Kiwanis, in this case the Spring Hill Kiwanis Club, has been raising money for Hernando County's DayStar Life Center. The students are selling compactible water bottles bearing the school logo. The club has 25 to 30 sixth- to eighth-grade members, advised by reading teacher Amanda Durette.