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Cleveland Elementary
723 E Hamilton Ave, Tampa, FL 33604

Grover Cleveland Elementary School opened 83 years ago with approximately 400 students and ten teachers. In theMore 1930s, Cleveland operated one of the district's first pre-school programs. The school colors are red and white, and the mascot is the bear cub. 

This school serves a multi-ethnic population of students and it also participates in the Teacher Incentive Fund.

Northgate Pentecostal Church of God
705 W Humphrey St, Tampa, FL 33604
Pentecostalism is a movement within Christianity that places special emphasis on a direct personal experience of GodMore through the baptism in the Holy Spirit. This particular congregation worships at the Northgate Pentacostal facility on West Humphrey Street in the Seminole Heights district of Central Tampa. You can find the church tucked away in a residential neighborhood.
Belmont Heights Little League
2101 E Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Tampa, FL 33610
The Belmont Heights Little League hosts several teams in Tampa's 13th Little League district for baseball, T-ball andMore softball. Many teams are sponsored by local businesses, and different ages and skill levels are accommodated by several fields on the premises. The fields are well-maintained and the sports complex, located at the corner of North 22nd Street and East Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, is home to the 1982 Junior League World Champs.
Graham Elementary
2915 N Massachusetts Ave, Tampa, FL 33602

Graham Elementary is located on the southeast corner of Massachusetts Avenue and West Street. Built in 1922, theMore school was named for Benjamin C. Graham, who served as a principal for 15 years in the county and later as the district's superintendent.

Graham serves a multi-ethnic student population from predominantly lower income families. Economically disadvantaged students make up 97 percent of the school. Approximately 73 percent are black, 21 percent are Hispanic and 5 percent are white. In addition, approximately 20 percent are classified as students with disabilities and 16 percent are classified as English Language Learners. The school participates in the Teacher Incentive Fund, which provides additional compensation for teachers and administrators at high needs schools who are deemed effective. The school colors are red and white, and the mascot is the Roadrunner.

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