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Summer Bridge registration starts Wednesday

SUMMER BRIDGE PROGRAM Offers HELP FOR STUDENTS

The Pinellas County School District's Summer Bridge program is preparing to enter its second year, offering six weeks of "extended learning" for students who are performing below their grade level or who need help to stay on track. Parents of eligible children will receive invitations to the program and can begin registering online starting Wednesday. Most programs for elementary, middle and high school students will run Monday through Thursday from June 17 to July 24. To learn more or to register, visit pcsb.org/summerbridge.

In tb-two* this week

It's about to be prom season, so tb-two* begins its monthlong coverage, including dress and tux inspirations from pop culture and tips for staying safe. Go to tb-two.com for a list of where to pick up free copies of the Times' weekly newspaper for high schools.

Elementary school lunch menus

A variety of fruits and juice are available daily. Students may choose as many different fruits and vegetables as they'd like with their meal.

Monday: meatball sub; chicken egg rolls, farmers salad, oriental vegetables, romaine or tossed salad

Tuesday: Student Involvement Day

Wednesday: beef dippers with rice, sweet 'n' sour chicken over rice, seasoned black bean, romaine salad

Thursday: breakfast for lunch, cheese quesadilla with sala, chicken Caesar salad, deli roasted potatoes, veggie dippers

Friday: pizza, ocean treasure nuggets, veggie double dipper, sunshine carrots, romaine or mixed salad

Summer Bridge registration starts Wednesday 03/07/14 [Last modified: Friday, March 7, 2014 12:24pm]
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