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School News 25 FEBRUARY 2017 COLLEGEPARKPAPER.COM St. Charles goes All-State This year, St. Charles had three students chosen to attend the Florida Music Educators Conference in Tampa to participate in the All-State Chorus. These students were selected by audition from hundreds throughout the state. Bethany Clayton, fourth grade, and Noam Aharoni, fifth grade, performed in the Florida Elementary All-State Chorus concert Thursday, January 12, at the Tampa Convention Center. Parents, music teachers, FMEA board members and other distinguished guests attended the ballroom performance. St. Charles is one of only two Catholic schools in the state and the only Catholic school in Orange County to have students participate in the Florida Elementary All-State Chorus. St. Charles also had one eighth-grade student, Andrea Bannatyne, perform Saturday, January 14, in the Middle School All-State Treble Chorus concert at the Straz Morsani Hall in Tampa. Andrea is the first St. Charles student to participate in the Middle School All-State Chorus, and St. Charles is the only school in our diocese to have a student who passed the rigorous audition process. The All-State audi- tion had three parts: a written musicianship and theory test, a sight singing audition and a vocal quality audition. High scores on all three earned a spot in the chorus. ST. CHARLES BORROMEO Fundraiser for fifth-grade trip Princeton turns 90 this year Princeton Panthers are gearing up for a great new year. 2017 will commemorate the 90th anniversary of our school. Be on the lookout for some community events to help celebrate this very special milestone. Fourth-graders explore St. Augustine The fourth-grade Panthers got to spend a beautiful Friday exploring Saint Augustine. They learned the backstory on how expressions like “hit the hay,” “bite the bullet” and “strike while the iron is hot” all came to be the popular phrases we still use today. Princeton held spirit night at Jason’s Deli. Panther teachers and families came out to enjoy a fun dinner together and help support fundraising for the fifth-grade trip to Washington, D.C. PRINCETON ELEMENTARY Providing Peace of Mind Through Quality & Service COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL 407-495-4151 YOUR COLLEGE PARK ROOFER Over 10 Years Experience Protecting Your Roof Assets • Metal • Tile • Shingle • Re-Roofs • Inspections • You need a no-commitment, honest and thorough evaluation of your roof. • Your roof was replaced during the 2004/2005 hurricane season. A lot of low quality work was performed during this period. • Your roof is older than 10 years. • You are starting to have minor issues and are worried things may get worse. • You have been told you can get a free roof due to storm damage. There may be more to the story that you need to know. Serving Orange, Osceola Seminole, Volusia, Polk & Lake Counties Lic. # CCC1330329 WE SHOULD TALK IF: www.TotalRoofServices.com We live and work in College Park 1820 N. Rio Grande Avenue • Repairs • Re-Roofs • Maintenance • New Construction • Inspections Window and Door Storm Protection Financing Options & Veteran Discounts Available. We offer referral fees!! We accept all major credit cards.