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Learn this week about invitation to magnet, fundamental or career program

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Learn this week about invitation to programs

Starting Wednesday, Pinellas families who applied for a seat in a magnet, fundamental or high school career program for 2013-14 can check with the school district to see if their students have been invited to a program. The acceptance period ends at midnight Feb. 20. Failing to accept an invitation by that date will render a child's application invalid. To accept an invitation, log on to the Student Reservation System at pcsb.org. Families with multiple invitations can change their selection as long as they do so by Feb. 20.

Financial aid help

Students and parents can get one-on-one help completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, at upcoming events sponsored by St. Petersburg College. College-bound students need to complete the FAFSA if they want to apply for financial aid, including the Bright Futures Scholarship. The sessions are from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at these locations: Dunedin High, Feb. 19; Lakewood High, Feb. 26; and Largo High, March 12.

Elementary school lunch menus

Monday: Breaded chicken, cheese quesadilla with Santa Fe rice, chef salad, seasoned black beans, romaine or tossed salad.

Tuesday: Student Involvement Day

Wednesday: Chili, cheese and chips, teriyaki chicken with rice, yogurt parfait, steamed green beans, romaine salad.

Thursday: Breaded or spicy chicken sandwich, sloppy joe bowl, farmer's salad, broccoli, veggie dippers.

Friday: Pizza, fish hoagie, chicken dipper salad, sweet potato bites, romaine or mixed salad.

Learn this week about invitation to magnet, fundamental or career program 02/09/13 [Last modified: Friday, February 8, 2013 6:18pm]
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