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Xpress, the Coolest Section of the St. Petersburg Times, is the home for features, news and views of interest to young readers. Most of the work in Xpress, which appears on Mondays in Floridian, is produced by the Times' X-Team. The team of journalists ages 9-17 from around the Tampa Bay area is selected every year at the end of the school year to serve during the following school term. The current team of 12 was chosen out of 150 applicants. Watch for X-Team application forms in Xpress during the month of May.
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Meet (smart) Alex
[Times photo: Patty Yablonski]
Xpress readers, you are an eXceptional bunch. Story

Hot Stuff!
Snackin' with 'N Sync

Why apply?
Here are three good reasons to do all the work to get your shot at being an X-Teamer.

Gay: Is that me?
Second of two parts

Sequel just barely revives 'Mummy'
Movie: The Mummy Returns

Xpress yourself, please!
Xpressions is our monthly showcase for the art, writing and photography of students through the 12th grade. It appears the last Monday of each month in this space. Please read the following instructions carefully before submitting your work. The work must be based on the designated themes. Here are some upcoming themes and postmark deadlines:


Xpressions

Xpressions, is a monthly showcase for the art, writing and photography of students through the 12th grade. Xpressions appears the last Monday of each month.

The best present I ever gave (Dec 25, 2000)

What I am most thankful for is . . . (Nov. 27, 2000)

Who are You? (Jan. 29, 2001)

Horseplay (Feb. 26, 2001)

A vision of high school artists (March 26, 2001)

Middle school magic (April 30, 2001)


Money Stuff: Get it! Spend it! Keep it!
Welcome back to the St. Petersburg Times' Newspaper in Education page. This year's series is about something we all love and wish we had more of: money.

Anne Frank: Lessons in human rights and dignity The 1999- 2000
Newspaper in Education series
Introduction, previous chapters and Web Links

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