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School briefs: Camps, fundraisers and more

Elementary schools

Citrus Park Elementary: (813) 558-5356

Summer Olympics enrichment camp is 8 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday starting June 23 at the school. Classes include Mad Science, technology, the Summer Games and Spanish.

Hunter's Green Elementary: (813) 973-7394

Cheryl Pahl is one of four county teachers selected to attend the weeklong Space Academy for Educators fellowship at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Ala.

Middle schools

Ben Hill Middle School: (813) 975-7325

Students in fifth through eighth grade can blast off at Rocket Science Summer Camp June 9-20 or June 23-27 at the school. Call (813) 975-7325, ext. 449.

High schools

Alonso High School: (813) 356-1525

Alex Panteliodis was awarded the Wade Boggs Athletic Achievement Award for his scholastic and academic achievements. He has a 3.8 GPA as well as a .394 batting average. Additionally he has completed more than 100 hours of community service.

EXCELerator Workshop: The Hillsborough County School Board EXCELerator program discussion workshop is at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in the second floor conference room at the Raymond O. Shelton School Administrative Center, 901 E Kennedy Blvd.

Attendance: Four Hillsborough high school seniors will be recognized at the 3 p.m. Tuesday school board meeting for graduating with perfect K-12 attendance: Anthony Hurtado, Newsome High School; Joseph Lamothe, Gaither High; Tabatha Stone, Chamberlain High; and Katelyn Todd, Bloomingdale High. Chamberlain has graduated a student with perfect attendance the last three years. Brothers Patrick and Alan James graduated with perfect attendance in 2006 and 2007.

Send school announcements to northtampa@sptimes.com or fax to (813) 269-5310.

School briefs: Camps, fundraisers and more 05/29/08 [Last modified: Thursday, October 28, 2010 3:11pm]
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