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January 28, 2019

Evening of Excellence from 5:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. at Mahaffey Theater. The pre-show reception will begin at 5:30 p.m. and the show will begin at 7:00 p.m. Learn More

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Here is the eighth of 10 videos capturing the moment when our Teacher of the Year finalists received the big news that they are in the running for the top honor -- to be revealed Jan. 28 at the Mahaffey Theater. This video features Michelle Hajian of High Point Elementary. We'll share all 10 of these class-room "break-in" scenes over the next few weeks. If you haven't hit the like button yet to vote for your favorite Pinellas County Schools teacher (you'll find each of their photos on this page), please to do so to help us determine the "Fan Favorite" winner. Voting continues through Friday. ... See MoreSee Less

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A great kickoff to the Career Awareness Leadership Forum Wednesday morning at Duke Energy in Clearwater – giving some highly motivated, deserving Pinellas County students a much-needed chance to get a foot in the door of the work force.Thank you to our sponsors, DITEK and School District Education Foundation Matching Grant Program, and to our industry implementation partner, Duke Energy. ... See MoreSee Less

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Here is the seventh of 10 videos capturing the moment when our Teacher of the Year finalists received the big news that they are in the running for the top honor -- to be revealed Jan. 28 at the Mahaffey Theater. This video features Lauren Iovino of Boca Ciega High. We'll share all 10 of these class-room "break-in" scenes over the next few weeks. If you haven't hit the like button yet to vote for your favorite Pinellas County Schools teacher (you'll find each of their photos on this page), please to do so to help us determine the "Fan Favorite" winner. Voting continues through Friday. ... See MoreSee Less

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Here is the sixth of 10 videos capturing the moment when our Teacher of the Year finalists received the big news that they are in the running for the top honor -- to be revealed Jan. 28 at the Mahaffey Theater. This video features Karen Bulino of Seminole Middle School. We'll share all 10 of these class-room "break-in" scenes over the next few weeks. If you haven't hit the like button yet to vote for your favorite Pinellas County Schools teacher (you'll find each of their photos on this page), please to do so to help us determine the "Fan Favorite" winner. Voting continues through Jan. 18. ... See MoreSee Less

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Here is the fifth of 10 videos capturing the moment when our Teacher of the Year finalists received the big news that they are in the running for the top honor -- to be revealed Jan. 28 at the Mahaffey Theater. This video features Emily Maker of North Shore Elementary. We'll share all 10 of these class-room "break-in" scenes over the next few weeks. If you haven't hit the like button yet to vote for your favorite Pinellas County Schools teacher (you'll find each of their photos on this page), please to do so to help us determine the "Fan Favorite" winner. Voting continues through Jan. 18. ... See MoreSee Less

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DEADLINE EXTENDED! The deadline for the submission of visual arts portfolios for this year's Walker's Rising Stars has been extended to January 18, 2019 at 5pm. Pictured are works by last year's finalists, Jordan Craven, Alannee Noel, and Ciara Lambert. 📷🎨💫 #WalkersRisingStars

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Thanks to the investment of the @DukeEnergy Foundation in the Power4Students Project, 45 students from Northeast High School had a blast bowling for the county's Special Olympics program, allowing them to develop teamwork skills and friendships. 🎳 #WeAreDE

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We visited Duke’s PAWsitive Trading Post, located at Ponce de Leon Elementary! Thanks to @DukeEnergy's funding of the Power4Students grant, the school store allows students to earn “panther bucks” for positive behavior, which can be exchanged for fun incentives. #WeAreDE

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The @DukeEnergy Foundation’s Power4Students “Be The Thunder” program recently came to McMullen Booth Elementary School, encouraging student engagement during P.E. classes and after school, and using street hockey to increase physical activity. #WeAreDE #BeTheThunder

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And here they are at @GulfFlorida! 50 high school students from Dixie Hollins HS @my_pcs visited 4 universities through its College Dream Tour Program that the @DukeEnergy Foundation supports. #WeAreDE