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    Belle of the Ball

    Give Free Prom Dresses

    and Accessories to In-Need High School Girls

    Belle of the Ball


    Largo Prom shopping dates are March 25 & April 8


    Largo High School's

    Prom Dance is

    Saturday, April 15


    Belle of the Ball Project is a 501(C) 3 non-profit organization which provides homecoming and prom dresses to in need, low income, high school girls in Pinellas, Hillsborough, and surrounding counties.

    Our mission statement:  “No girl should be denied the opportunity to attend her high school dance because of financial difficulties”

    We are a 100% volunteer organization and rely on donations and volunteers. For volunteer and donation information please visit our website.

    We distribute dresses twice yearly in the fall for homecoming and again in the spring for prom.

    Girls qualify for a dress if they appear in person and attest that they are currently having financial difficulties. They also qualify if they have been referred by School Social Worker, Guidance Counselor, Principal, Community Involvement Personnel, Guardian ad litem, Foster Care or other non-profit organization or agency. No referral letter is needed.

    Our boutique location:

    1210 Holt Ave. Clearwater, FL 33755

    Our boutique is ONLY open on designated shopping days. We are not open year round.

    All shopping days are held on Saturdays between the hours of 10am and 2pm. No appointments are necessary, nor do we make them.

    Prom shopping dates:  March 25 and April 8

    These are the ONLY days to receive a dress.

    For additional information please visit our Website:

    Visit us on Facebook: Tampa Bay Area Belle of the Ball

    Twitter: BelleOfTheBall    @TBayBelleofBall

    Here is a TV  article:


    Visit us on Facebook: Belle of the Ball

    To contact us:

    Office phone: (727) 386-4502

    To volunteer:

    To donate:

    Founder and CEO Susan Schwartz:

    COO Joe Marteski:


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    My Favorite Teacher Contest

    My Favorite Teacher Contest Flyer

    2017 Barnes & Noble My Favorite Teacher Contest. This contest gives our dedicated teachers a chance to be recognized in our community for the important work they do. Please forward the attached entry form to teachers to give to their students.

    Here’s how the contest works. We encourage students to write an essay, poem or thank-you letter describing their favorite teacher and how that person has influenced and inspired them. I will collect the entries on Friday, Feb. 24, and Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 27 and 28.

    A team of judges from Barnes & Noble Clearwater and our community will choose the winner and recognize both the teacher and the student at a special ceremony during Educator Appreciation Days in April at Barnes & Noble. The winning teacher will be entered into the regional contest, and each regional winner will receive a $500 Barnes & Noble Gift Card—-and the chance to be named the Barnes & Noble National Teacher of the Year. The Barnes & Noble National Teacher of the Year will receive $5,000 and be recognized at a special event at a Barnes & Noble store. The winning teacher’s school will receive $5,000 as well.

    The national student winner will receive a $500 Barnes & Noble Gift Card and a NOOK® device.

    This is a terrific vehicle to develop your students’ writing skills and to showcase their creativity. I am attaching an entry form and explanation of the program.

    So our teachers don’t feel self-serving, please remind students that they can write about any teacher they have had from kindergarten to the present. 

    For more information, please contact me at or visit BN.COM/myfavoriteteacher.


    Karen Dydzuhn

    Community Business Development Manager

    Barnes & Noble Clearwater, 23654 U.S. Highway 19 North, Clearwater, FL 33765

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  • Gently Used Book Drive

    NEHS Book Drive

    It’s time for some Spring Cleaning! 

    The National English Honor Society Book Fairies

    will make dreams come true by hosting a Book Drive to benefit our neighbors at the

    Homeless Empowerment Project.

     Please encourage your students to CLEAN over the break and bring in their gently used books to benefit our community!

     Collection Drive Details:

    • March 21 – 31
    • Gently used books
    • All ages
    • (HEP will distribute books to residents and sell the rest in their thrift store)

    Nicole McKenna, ExCEL Magnet English Teacher & NEHS Sponsor


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    Join us for…

    Parent University

    Saturday, April 22

    8:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

    Gibbs High School in St. Petersburg

    Pinellas County Schools (PCS) and the Alliance for Public Schools will be hosting our spring Parent University at Gibbs High School on Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 8:00 a.m. – 11: 30 a.m., General Session will begin at 8:30 a.m.  

    Students will have the opportunity to receive any (or all!) of the following FREE services: Hearing and/or vision screening; school and/or sports physical; Adolescent vaccines to include incoming seventh-graders and computer access to sign up for PCS Parent Portal. Parents must preregister and bring a government-issued photo ID to use some of the services listed.

    Parent University

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  • Spectrum Internet

    Spectrum Internet Flyer

    Spectrum will be offering a low-cost Internet program for eligible Pinellas families.

    The program, Spectrum Internet Assist, provides eligible households with Internet service for $14.99 per month. To qualify for Spectrum Internet Assist, a member of the household must:

    • Receive free or reduced cost lunch through the National School Lunch Program (NSLP)
    • Attend a Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) school
    • Receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) — age 65 and over only

    Spectrum Internet Assist provides:

    • 30 Mbps of Internet speed with NO data caps, 3X faster than similar programs
    • FREE Internet modem 
    • In-home WiFi for $5 more a month, with accessibility to Spectrum’s thousands of public Wi-Fi hotspots

    This offer is available to residents within Spectrum’s service area who have not subscribed to Spectrum Internet, Bright House Networks or related Internet services within 30 days. Customers must have no outstanding debt for any Charter Communications service within 12 months. No credit checks or contracts are required. Families currently participating in the Bright House Networks Connect2Compete program should continue to receive services until the end of their two-year agreement.

    For more information, visit or call 1-844-525-1574 to begin the qualification process. All enrollment activities will be handled by this toll-free service. They will no longer coordinated locally.


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Administration & Hours



Administrative Offices (Revised: 10/21/16)  

All students in Exploring Careers & Education in Leadership (ExCEL)  

     All calls (727) 588-4622

     Joshua Wolfenden, Assistant Principal

     TBA, ExCEL Counselor      

     Deb Howard, ExCEL Secretary


All students in International Baccalaureate (IB)   

     All calls (727) 588-3758 ext. 2103

     Alec Liem, Assistant Principal

      Caiti Wolfe, Guidance Counselor

     Brenda Chevere, Office Clerk


Last names starting with A through HA

     All calls (727) 588-3758 ext. 2102

     Jonathan Marina, Assistant Principal

     Katelyn Pellin, Guidance Counselor

     Kenisha Merricks, Office Clerk


Last names starting HE through MA 

     All calls (727) 588-3758  ext. 2103    

     Alec Liem, Assistant Principal

      Caiti Wolfe, Guidance Counselor

     Brenda Chevere, Office Clerk 


Last names Mc through Z

     All calls (727) 588-3758  ext. 2100

     Linda Ray, Assistant Principal

     Lauren Poggiali, Guidance Counselor

     Marchelle Janeda, Office Clerk  



School Hours & Location


School offices are open from 6:45 to 2:45 Monday - Friday.

Our campus is located at 410 Missouri Avenue in Largo

School Phone: (727) 588-3758

School FAX:  (727) 588-4037