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22 x July 5 — 18, 2018 x CONTINUED FROM PAGE 21 of Broadway subscriptions in its three markets. Applications for FTA’s grants and scholarships are currently being accepted through Oct. 12, 2018. Available scholarships and grants are Bob Pittman Post- Secondary Education Scholarships, $7,000 each, four recipients; Barbara H. Gault Professional Training Program, $4,000 each, eight recipients; Director’s Chair Award, $2,000; Mr. & Mrs. Donald K. Yost High School Award, $2,000; and Charlie Cinnamon Summer Education Scholarship, $500 each, 12 recipients. For more information, visit During a recent school board meeting, Orange County Public Schools officials announced changes to administrative personnel. For Southwest-area schools, those changes are: Angela Walker, Colorectal Cancer Screening, Liver & Pancreas Disorders, GERD, Hepatitis, Gallbladder, Ulcers, IBS, Acute & Chronic Liver Diseases, Ulcerative Colitis, Heartburn, EGD, Colonoscopy, Celiac Disease, & Non-Surgical Weight Loss. Specializing In: Melissa Osborne, MSN, ARNP, FNP-C assistant principal, Cypress Creek High; Johndrell Jones, assistant principal, Dr. Phillips High; and Marie Smith, assistant principal, West Orange High. Orange County Public Schools held a media campaign called #OCPSGrads to capture success stories of 2017-18 graduating seniors. OCPS then released a profile series on one student from each high school who overcame obstacles to achieve success. • Internationally ranked poet Takai Straw of Dr. Phillips High shared her love of the spoken word during her profile video. She will attend either Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University or Spellman College. • Even though he had to miss school for multiple cancer treatments, Ocoee High’s Lincoln Forges maintained his grades and will attend Florida Atlantic University to study finance. • Queeny José was the only senior at Olympia High to be enrolled in advanced placement, career and tech education, and Valencia College classes at the same time. After seeing cholera affect her hometown, the post-earthquake Haitian immigrant plans to be an epidemiologist to help others in need. • Grace Gustino of West Orange High was originally headed for a degree in theater, but she changed her mind and plans to become an elementary school teacher. Grace wants to inspire young students, and is even learning to play the ukulele, so she can make her future classroom fun. Although we try to ensure that all information presented above is the most current, correct and dependable available, we do rely on others for the source of our news. Therefore, the Southwest Orlando Bulletin and Cornerstone Publishing & Multi-Media LLC cannot be held responsible for the validity of the information presented here, nor does mentioning it constitute an endorsement. School News is welcome and may be mailed to P.O. Box 851, Windermere, FL 34786; or emailed to ª Choose Windermere's Only Exclusive Boutique PreSchool x July 5 — 18, 2018 x 23