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Pinellas Technical Education Centers campuses offer open houses

PTec campuses will host two open houses

Pinellas Technical Education Centers will host its fall open houses to showcase a variety of technical education offerings in advance of the term that begins Oct. 25. The St. Petersburg campus, 901 34th St. S, will hold its event from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Oct. 9. The Clearwater campus, 6100 154th Ave. N, will open its doors from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Oct. 16. More than 60 programs, including GED study, dual enrollment and a new series of shorter night courses will be featured along with information on financial aid and registration. For information, call Boe Norwood, (727) 893-2500 or Trudy Baker, (727) 538-7167.

Menus

Elementary schools have a choice of one entree or cold sandwich and two fruits or vegetables, or salad plate meal and one fruit or vegetable. Meatless entree, chef salad and cold sandwich selections are available daily. Both include a choice of milk: low-fat, skim or skim chocolate, and bread or crackers and dessert when available.

Middle and high school menus rotate every two weeks and are different for each individual school.

Monday: Mini burgers (two), cheese quesadilla, farmers salad, mixed greens, romaine salad.

Tuesday: Macaroni and cheese, glazed roast chicken over rice with breadstick, chef salad, carrots, veggie dippers.

Wednesday: Chicken nuggets, BBQ pork with dinner roll, yogurt parfait, corn, romaine salad.

Thursday: Tacos, hot dog, taco salad, fiesta beans, veggie dippers.

Friday: Pizza, fish sandwich, chicken Caesar salad, broccoli, romaine salad.

Pinellas Technical Education Centers campuses offer open houses 09/22/12 [Last modified: Saturday, September 22, 2012 4:30am]
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