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Students get GTE Foundation scholarships

Students receive GTE Foundation scholarships

Three Pinellas County students recently were awarded $2,500 scholarships from the annual GTE Foundation Scholarship Program. They are Cara-Lyn Mullholand, a Northside Christian School graduate who will be attending Palm Beach Atlantic University; Annie Luc, a Palm Harbor University High School graduate who will be attending the University of Florida; and Donovan Latherow, a Palm Harbor University High graduate who will be attending Mercer University. The three were among 36 students in the Tampa Bay area to receive the scholarships, which are given to graduating high school seniors and undergraduate college students who are GTE Financial members. More than 600 students applied.

Elementary schools lunch menu

All lunches are served with a variety of seasonal fruit and milk.

Monday: Stuffed shells with marinara sauce and garlic toast; homestyle chicken sandwich, chef salad with turkey ham, chicken Caesar wrap, sliced carrots, and tossed or romaine salad.

Tuesday: Student involvement day.

Wednesday: Chicken drumstick and hush puppy; loaded potato skins with whole-grain roll; fruit and yogurt plate; ham and cheese croissant, baked beans, and romaine salad

Thursday: Beef dippers with rice and whole-grain roll, chicken and chili crispitos, chicken dipper salad, turkey and cheese sandwich, broccoli florets, and veggie dippers.

Friday: Cheesy fish filet sandwich, pizza, chicken Caesar salad, school favorite sandwich, green beans, and mixed or romaine salad.

Students get GTE Foundation scholarships 08/22/14 [Last modified: Friday, August 22, 2014 3:14pm]
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