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Open house: Corbett Preparatory School of IDS will host an admissions open house at 8:30 a.m. Feb. 20 for prospective families. The event will include an overview and tour of the school, and information about fine arts, sports and technology programs. A light breakfast will be served. For more information or to schedule a personal tour, contact admissions director Jennifer Morrow at jmorrow@ corbettprep.com or (813) 961-3087.

Artist reception: Academy of the Holy Names will host a reception with artist Jessica Hemmings at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 21 in the school's media center, 3319 Bayshore Blvd., Tampa. Hemmings is a professor of visual culture and head of the faculty of visual culture at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin, Ireland. She has written several articles and edited books and essay collections. She is a 1994 graduate of Holy Names. To reserve a seat at the event, email visitingartist@ holynamestpa.org.

5K walk: Bryant Elementary School will hold the Bryant Bronco 5K Stampede Run/Walk at 8 a.m. March 2. The Bryant Running Club is organizing the event. Proceeds will benefit the school's technology for teachers initiative. The all-ages event will take place at the school, 13910 Nine Eagles Road, Tampa. The cost to participate is $25. The completed race application and fee are due Feb. 18.

A link to register for the race may be found online at facebook.com/BryantBronco5kStampede. For more information, email the race committee at bryantbronco5k@gmail.com. For information on sponsorship opportunities, contact Lois Shell at (813) 361-6513.

Tampa school news 02/02/13 [Last modified: Friday, February 1, 2013 6:07pm]
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