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By Times staff reports

© St. Petersburg Times, published March 1, 2001

SIBSHOP PLANNED: The school district's next SIBSHOP will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 17 at Deltona Elementary School. It is free and open to the first 15 who register. SIBSHOP is a program designed for siblings of kids who have disabilities. For information, call 797-7022, ext. 217.

HERNANDO HIGH: The advisory meeting will be 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the main office. Meetings for the rest of the school year are April 3 and May 1. For information, call Tyna Soloman at 797-7015, ext. 406.

FOX CHAPEL ELEMENTARY: The school advisory council will meet at 6 p.m. March 12 in the media center.

HERNANDO CHRISTIAN ACADEMY: The school will hold its 11th annual support dinner at 7 p.m. Friday at the school. Guest speaker will be Family First president Mark W. Merrill. The evening will also include a silent auction of sports memorabilia with proceeds benefiting the school. Call 796-0616 for information.

WEST HERNANDO CHRISTIAN: Second-graders will participate in the National Education Association's Read Across America, also on the birthday of children's author Dr. Suess, on Friday. MOTON ELEMENTARY: The school advisory council will meet at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday in the media center.

CRAFT FAIR: The school will have a craft fair and yard sale from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. March 10 at the school.

SKATE PARTY: Moton's skate night will be from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Rainbow Rollerland.


Central High School student Aaron Henley was chosen to travel to Washington, D.C., to take part in the Presidential Classroom's Media and Democracy Program. Aaron was invited to join hundreds of high school students to take part in seminars presented by leaders in each branch of government, the military, media and lobbying organizations. To be chosen, students must be juniors or seniors, hold at least a B average or rank in the top 25 percent of their class and be involved in school or community activities.

The following students were honored for being most improved readers at an awards banquet Feb. 15 for Hernando County Literacy Week:

Central High School: Jen McCall, Kyle Cintron; Hernando High School: Patrick Shaw, Krystal Alexander; Springstead High School: Lisa Cucchiara, Peter Siornicki, Colleen Penning, Joi McKenzie, Yisell Cabrera; West Hernando Middle School: Brad Fenters, Marcel Pambianchi, Edward Cline; Parrott Middle School: Amber Gordon, Daneille Coopman, Elizabeth Frazier; Fox Chapel Middle School: Heather May, David Taylor, Sabreen Margien; Powell Middle School: Antonio Jimenez, Yadiann Crespo, Paul Heath; Star Center: Kejuan Vickers; J.D. Floyd Elementary School: Shane Murphy, Felica Bates, Whitney Alfano, Kody Undestad; Moton Elementary: Matthew Dickerson, Samantha Strange, Aron Caraway; Westside Elementary: Brian Santiago, Jessica Watson, Rebecca Williams; Suncoast Elementary: Steven Jensen, Nicole Prizzi, Jacqualin Jozowski; Spring Hill Elementary: Robert Hickey, Harlee Murchie, Samantha Mueller; Eastside Elementary: Garrett Irvin, Nieghl Joiner, Tara Scranton; Chocachatti Elementary: Kristine Hucker, Leon Bennett, Danielle Adams; Pine Grove Elementary: Joanna Gibas, Dustin Hall, Christopher Carn, Cameron Kick; Deltona Elementary: Nyasia Bourne, Michael Bagarus, Anthony Girit; Brooksville Elementary: Sarah Behensky, Morgan Baker, Jennifer Torres; Pre-kindergarten program: Dalton Coleman; Hernando Christian Academy: Scotty Exum; HEART Literary: Ana Colon, Chennaz Gadialova.

Springstead High student Kenny Mull has been selected to attend the six-day National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C., in March. He will join about 350 other scholars from around the United States to interact with leaders and newsmakers from the three branches of government.

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