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School news: The return of tb-two*; Guy Harvey at USFSP

tb-two* is back in class

The first issue of the school year for tb-two* — the Tampa Bay Times' free high school weekly newspaper — lands in public and some private high schools Thursday. tb-two* is produced by a staff of 52 students from around Tampa Bay and features stories of interest to teens and those who live with them. This week's issue includes a look at guidance counselors, a wrap up of dress code changes, profiles of student musicians and more. If you're not in school, go to tb-two.com for a list of free distribution locations.

Guy Harvey visits

Guy Harvey, a marine wildlife conservationist and artist, will be at USF St. Petersburg on Wednesday to present the documentary Tiger Shark Express, based on expeditions he led to study tiger sharks. Harvey, who has a Ph.D. in marine biology, is best known for his paintings of sport fish. A research facility bearing his name at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale focuses on protecting marine life from overfishing and the loss of habitat. He will screen the film at 5 p.m. in the University Student Center ballroom, 200 Sixth Ave. S, and then take questions. The event is free.

Lunch menus

Monday: Pizza calzone/with marinara, Philly cheesesteak sub, chef salad, seasoned waffle fries, salad.

Tuesday: Grilled cheese sandwich, sloppy Joe, chicken Caesar salad, tomato soup, veggie dippers.

Wednesday: Beef dippers over rice, chicken nuggets, fruit and yogurt plate, mixed vegetables, romaine salad.

Thursday: Cheeseburger, sweet potato fish nugget with a roll, farmer's salad, baked beans, veggie dippers.

Friday: Professional Development Day: Schools closed.

School news: The return of tb-two*; Guy Harvey at USFSP 09/06/13 [Last modified: Friday, September 6, 2013 6:49pm]
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