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School support employee of the year is honored

Support employee of the year is honored

Donna Crosby, a secretary in the Pinellas County school system's performing arts department, was named the district's Support Employee of the Year in a ceremony Friday. "Ms. Crosby's naturally engaging personality in combination with her work ethic, knowledge and customer focus make her a model for all employees," performing arts supervisor Jeanne Reynolds said. Crosby was chosen from nine finalists. Two runnersup also were recognized: Sandra Frazier, a cafeteria manager at Paul B. Stephens Exceptional Education Center, and Kerry Afflitto, a clerk at Bayside High.

Parents can learn to help kids with math

The second of two Parent Academy workshops will be held this week, part of a program to encourage family engagement in schools. From 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, parents will hear about resources they can use to assist their students with middle and high school math. The session will be held at Sanderlin Neighborhood Family Center, 2335 22nd Ave S, St. Petersburg. To register, call (727) 588-6405 or email parentacademywork

Elementary lunches

Monday: No School: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Tuesday: Grilled cheese, mini chicken tacos, chicken Caesar salad, tomato soup, veggie dippers.

Wednesday: Beefy mac-a-roni or ravioli, chicken nuggets, fruit and yogurt plate, corn, salad.

Thursday: Cheeseburger sliders, pepperoni stromboli with marinara, farmers salad, baked beans, veggie dippers.

Friday: Pizza, fish hoagie sub, chicken dipper salad, mixed vegetables, romaine or mixed salad.

School support employee of the year is honored 01/17/14 [Last modified: Friday, January 17, 2014 7:11pm]
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