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Pinellas County schools and centers that serve breakfast


Breakfast is served at all elementary schools and these other schools/centers:

Azalea Middle

Bayside High

Boca Ciega High

Calvin Hunsinger School

Clearwater Intermediate

Clearwater High

Coachman Fundamental

Countryside High

Dixie Hollins High

East Lake High

Fitzgerald Middle

Gibbs High

Hamilton Disston School

Kennedy Middle

Lakewood High

Largo High

Lealman Intermediate

John Hopkins Middle

Madeira Beach Middle

Meadowlawn Middle

Nina Harris School

North Ward Secondary

Northeast High

Oak Grove Middle

Osceola High

Palm Harbor Middle

Palm Harbor University High

Paul B. Stephens School

Pinellas Park High

Pinellas Park Middle


PTEC-St. Petersburg

Richard L. Sanders School

Seminole High

St. Petersburg High

Tarpon Springs High

Tarpon Springs Middle

Thurgood Marshall Fundamental

Tyrone Middle

Pinellas County schools and centers that serve breakfast 08/01/09 [Last modified: Saturday, August 1, 2009 4:30am]
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