Kargauer Awarded $1,000 Scholarship
Kargauer who received a $1,000 Marge Kinnan
scholarship from the
Democratic Womens' Club of Manatee County. Jacob
was our shining star Pirate at the fine
luncheon and awards celebration held at the
Bradenton Country Club. Our thanks to
Pat Benson, President of the Democratic Womens'
Club for recognizing this fine scholar.
This is National Library Week - 2012
Stop by and say thanks to your librarian
and check out a book while you're there.
Don't forget - Reading is good for you.
Driver's Training Summer Class
Sorry - all spaces filled
Driver's Education applications are now here. You MUST download
the application from our website and have
your child bring it in to Mrs. Zeris in Student Services.
We will NOT accept e-mailed or faxed applications.
This is a first-come first-serve basis. The first 25 students
that turn their application in will be in the program.
They will know when they turn the application if they made it in
or not. We will not call or e-mail anyone to let them
know if they made it. This program is being offered to students
who already have their Learners Permit.
The students will receive .5 high school credit and a
certificate of completion.
here for the official Driver's Training application.
THE POWER OF CONVERSATION: LET’S TALK
BRINGS TEENS AND ADULTS TOGETHER
High school students across Manatee County and their parents are
invited to share a free meal
and some candid conversation this Thursday evening, April 12,
2012, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at
Pirate City, located at 1701 27th St. E., in Bradenton.
Sponsored by the Manatee County
Substance Abuse Coalition, the Healthy Teen Coalition of Manatee
County, The Pittsburgh Pirates
and Bradenton Marauders and the Manatee Youth Commission – the
purpose of this event is to
encourage and facilitate dialogue between teens and adults on
important issues that are often
difficult to talk about. The program is titled: “The Power of
Conversation: Let’s Talk.” The evening
will include an inspirational speaker, youth performers and
prizes for all teens who bring an adult.
To reserve a meal, attendees must RSVP by tomorrow, Wednesday,
April 11th. For more information,
or to RSVP, call (941) 749-3030, ext. 3491, or email Sharon
Kramer, M.Ed., CPP, Executive
Director of the Manatee County Substance Abuse Coalition at
here for the Power of Conversation flyer.
Free FCAT Breakfast
The cafeteria will be serving free breakfast to ALL students
during FCAT testing days (4/16-4/17 & 4/19-4/20).
Breakfast will be served from 7:00-7:40 AM.
We encourage students to have a healthy breakfast
every day and we hope that your son/daughter will be
able to join us for breakfast during FCAT testing.
TIme to Vote for the 2012 Florida Teen Read Book!
It is that time again! Which book will win the Florida
Teens Read Award?
and enter your vote now!
Voting closes April 30th.Teens must have read/or
to a minimum of three of the titles to be eligible to vote.
Seniors who purchased tickets to Grad Bash for April 28th
are required to attend
a mandatory meeting detailing important information
regarding the event on
Wednesday, April 18th at 2:35 in the auditorium
or Thursday, April 19th at 7:15 in
room 619. Seniors who arrive late to either meeting will
not be admitted.
Permission slips are due not later than April 19th
at 7:30. Students who do not
attend a meeting or return a permission slip will not be
allowed to attend
Grad Bash and will not receive a refund.
One Bay: Healthy Communities
Walk to the Moon Challenge
This Physical Activity Challenge kicks off a new, bold and
national initiative, called “The Race to a Healthy America.”
Inspired by the book, The New Health Age, the Walk to
the Moon Challenge
wants to ignite enthusiasm for a healthier lifestyle leading
to a prolonged quality of life.
for more information.