College Park Community Newspaper : CPCN 040116
18 School News COLLEGEPARKPAPER.COM APRIL 2016 Princeton Elementary Princeton Elementary Moon Party Princeton family and friends brought their blankets and lawn chairs to enjoy a free evening under the stars. The annual moon party was a night of astronomy and fun. The Orlando Science Center and Central Florida’s Astronomical Society were here to help families enjoy moon viewing, star gazing as well as some hands on Earth Space learning activities. Braille challenge winners: Apprentice Logan Strickland, 1st place Freshman- Addison Burgess, 2nd place Freshman-Bella Liborio, 3rd place Odyssey, Chess, and STEM School clubs had an exceptionally successful month. Here are some of the amazing accomplishments of the students: The STEM Team competed on Saturday February 27 at the Science Center and here are the winners with Coach Mrs. Culbert Anderson. 1st and 2nd grade won First Place Best in Fair 3rd and 4th grade won First Place Best in Fair Varied grades won Second Place Most Innovativ Panthers on the run Panthers finished up this years running club with the Smile Mile event on March 5 sponsored by Track Shack, and a popsicle party held under the pavilion. Runners ran a total of over 560 miles. The Chess Club, pictured with Coach Mr. Picha, had the following winners: Elliot Harrell won 3rd Place in the Primary Division and Ben Drake won 2nd Place in the Intermediate Division Congratulations to the Odyssey teams that competed on Saturday March 5 at Edgewater High School. The fol- lowing teams placed and will be advancing to the State Competition: Problem 2: Something Fishy 4th grade Coach Pare Problem 4: Stack Attack 4th grade Coach Norat Problem 5: Fins, Furs, Feathers and Friends 5th grade Coach Phillip There’s No Place Like Home Princeton students put on multiple performances of “The Wizard of Oz” for the entire school as well as parents, fam ily and friends during the week just before Spring Break. The make-up, costumes and acting were amazing. Thanks to music teacher, Mrs. Litteral, and to all who helped pull of this spectacular show. & Lynn Jones Anne BrownLee Bringing Buyers and Sellers Together. Lynn Hogan Jones LynnHoganJones@aol.com 407.923.2064 anne BrownLee ABrownlee1@live.com 407.765.3372 sondra Parsons Sondra.Parsons@gmail.com 407.463.2771 sPring Lake eLegance 4 Beds l 2/2 Baths l 3,221 SqFt Offered at $650,000! Great architectural features, finishes with lovely living spaces & beautiful Florida room. Heart of coLLege Park 3 Beds l 2/1 Baths l 2,312 SqFt Now offered at $485,000! Updated with generous dining and living spaces and a backyard garden retreat. soutHern cHarm of coLLege Park 4 Beds l 3/1 Baths l 3,632 SqFt Offered at $695,000! Updated kitchen, baths and expansive master suite with lush landscaping. uPdated in an ideaL Location 3 Beds l 3 Baths l 2,464 SqFt Offered at $665,000! Bright and welcoming with oversized bed- rooms, plus renovated kitchen & bathrooms. NewPrice! believe in your home. believe in your future. We Are www.believeinyourhome.com believers. Students utilize new laptops Laptops and charging carts purchased from the Princeton Boosterthon proceeds have arrived. Students and teachers are excited to use the new and extremely fast computers and are utilizing them in the classrooms at all grade levels.