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18 x January 4 — 17, 2018 x www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com Live Well at Home with Home Care Assistance OPEN HOUSE • Contract-free in-home care services ranging from short-term to 24/7 care. • Experienced with advanced care needs, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. • Compassionate, reliable support for meals, transportation, personal care, and more. • The only home care agency with Cognitive Therapeutics, an activities-based program to promote brain health. Call us today. 407-232-7155 5178 Dr. Phillips Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819 HomeCareAssistanceOrlando.com I AHCA # 299994419 N O W E NROLLI N G RSVP T O D AY! Join Us Between 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm VOTED BEST PRIVATE SCHOOL January 28 | March 4 100% COLLEGE Acceptance Messages will be published in the Feb. 1, 2018, issue. Deadline: Jan. 10, 2018 • Length: 20 words maximum 407.206.8602 www.thefirstacademy.org A Christ-Centered Preschool to Grade 12 College Preparatory School Definitively Christ-Centered Distinctly College-Prep

n Palm Lake Elementary In celebration of Palm Lake Elementary’s 30th anniversary, the community is encouraged to be on the lookout for rocks in the Southwest area that have the engraving #PLE30Rock. Palm Lake Elementary is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. The “school with a heart” was first established in 1987 and continues to transform and educate children. Throughout the years, countless students and families’ lives have been positively impacted by teachers and staff who strive to teach the whole child. Administrators and teachers have come and gone; however, four current teachers among the original teachers of Palm Lake Elementary still remain at the school: Rosanne Monroe, Karen Seward, Carol Anne Warren and Linda Wolfe. To help PLES celebrate its milestone, residents should be on the lookout for rocks with the engraving #PLE30Rock. If you find one, use the hashtag on social media and share it with your friends. n Dr. Phillips High www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com x January 4 — 17, 2018 x 19 SCHOOL NEWS compiled by Lauren Salinero Rotary Club of Dr. Phillips President Steve Clapp (left) and Dave Lehman co-present a Paul Harris Award to Suzanne Knight, principal of Dr. Phillips High, for her outstanding contributions to the Rotary and community. n Windermere High More than 500 elementary, junior high and high school cheerleaders and dancers from across the country represented Varsity Spirit in the 2017 (L. to r.) Trent Doyle, Naika Delice and Tori Anderson of Dr. Phillips High are awarded prizes for their artwork contributions to the Rotary Club of Dr. Phillips’ Taste of Dr. Phillips. Thanksgiving Tour held at the Walt Disney World Resort. Madi Lemons, Addy Montalvo and Peyton Recer represented the Windermere High Wolverine dance team. They performed with the Varsity Spirit All- Americans in a one-of-a-kind preparade performance through Disney’s CONTINUED ON PAGE 21 Again! third , , ,