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THE EYE OF THE TIGER Vo l u m e 1 1 , I s s u e 3 June 1, 2011 DUNBAR HIGH SCHOOL 3800 East Edison Ave. Fort Myers, FL 33916 This is our last newsletter for this school year. Tel. 239-461-5322 Fax 239-461-5110 It has been a rewarding and exciting school year when it was announced that Dunbar High was a www.leeschools.net/schools/dhs/ grade “A” school. We are the only “A” high school Principal: in the South and East school zones in Lee County. While this is an achievement in itself, Carl C. Burnside there is nothing more important to me than our Assistant Principals: students graduating from Dunbar High. Curriculum: At the end of each school day, I remind our Ken Savage students that “Achievement is the Expectation” Grades 9-10: and that it takes hard work, and high energy to Toni Hause reach the goal. The goal is “graduation” with a Grades 11-12: high school diploma and that diploma allows them to enter the local Andrew Biggar workforce, attend college, or join the military. All choices become easier with a high school diploma. A number of our graduating seniors were Athletic Director honored during our Senior Awards Night with numerous honors, schol- Aubrey Daniels arships, and certificates for their educational achievements at our school. I am proud of their contributions to DHS. Boys Basketball Page 2 Congratulations to our seniors, parents, friends, and family members Wrestling Page 3 who share in their joy, their day, the day of their high school graduation! We wish our graduating Class of 2011 the best success as they choose Girls Basketball Page 4 their direction in life. Stand tall as Dunbar Alumni! YoungLife Page 5 We have dedicated teachers at Dunbar High and this past year a num- Soccer Teams Page 6-7 ber of them were recognized by Lee County Schools. Laurie Metz was selected as a Golden Apple Finalist. Rita Effing, Catherine Griffin, and Girls Track Team Page 8 Eric Reynolds were selected as Teachers of Distinction. Rebecca National Honors Page 9 Jamme was selected as the Lee County Language Arts Teacher of the Parent Year. Cynthia Webb was selected as the Lee County Exceptional Stu- Information Page 10-11 dent Education Teacher of the Year, and Colin Kelly was selected as the Lee County Drivers Education Teacher of the Year. AVID News Page 12 Baseball I look forward with great anticipation to our new school year that will & Softball Page 13 start earlier than prior years. Our teachers return to school on Monday, August 1st with our students reporting on Monday, August 8th, 2011. Academy News Page 14 I know that we will again serve our community and our students with JR - ROTC News Page 15 the best staff of employees and teaching faculty in Lee County. Enjoy your Summer! Important Dates Page 16 DUNBAR VARSITY 2010 BOY’S BASKETBALL VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM Head Coach Andre McGill Top Row: L to R Orton Coleman Montell Smith-Stallworth James Strowbridge Jontae Jackson Selvin Industrious Bottom Row: L to R Johnell Barnes Justin Hutchins Jamal Hendricks Quadre White Joe Williams IV JUNIOR VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM Head Coach Sammy Brown Top Row: L to R Montell Smith—Stallworth Eric Conner Matt Stillman Selvin Industrious Bottom Row: L to R Justin Hutchins Raj Fanroy Greg Houston Volume 11, Issue 3 Page 2 DUNBAR HIGH SCHOOL—WRESTLING TEAM JORGE ANDRES DISTRICT CHAMPION JUMBARY PAUL VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM Head Coach Brian Winter Volunteer Assisant Coach Dwayne Courtney This year we had five of our wrestling team members place at District’s with Jumbary ISAC Paul (above) becoming Dunbar High’s first District Champion at the 160 lbs class. SEGURA Wrestling Team Members are: David St Hilaire XAVIER Justin Torres PARSON Isac Segura Mario McNeal Xavier Parson Jumbary Paul Jorge Andres Clay Clawson Colton Shore Andrew Courtney Volume 11, Issue 3 Page 3 DUNBAR GIRLS — VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL L to R: Dominque DeLoach, Johnetta Williams, Ireysha Morrison, Ternovia Hunter, Sabrina Bouie, Erin German, Keva Pittman, Kadiedra Burger, Charrie Dennard, Shanessa Stewart. Not pictured: Head Coach is Dwayne Donnell. Volunteer Assistant Coaches: Howard West and Brian Besley. Junior Varsity is coached by Justin Gallon. DUNBAR HIGH SCHOOL EASTER PARADE FLOAT 67th Annual Dunbar Easter Parade Boy Scout—Chris Kelly DHS Junior earns the prestigious rank of “EAGLE SCOUT”. Volume 11, Issue 3 Page 4 YOUNGLIFE CLUB @ DUNBAR HIGH - Room 1802 What is Young Life at Dunbar High School ? I hope you have as much fun reading it as we have doing it! Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 pm: The dismissal bell has sounded and hun- dreds of kids are streaming to the bus ramp. A few start trickling in to Mr. Liddle’s classroom at the end of the hallway. Steven, one of his students, is busy setting up the PA system, Lloydaejah and Nyra are out in the hall- way trying to steer kids into the classroom, Shanessa and Brandon are pushing the desks out of the way as the music starts and Steven has a Oh, no! They did NOT just do that! smile on his face as he steps away from the sound system. By 2:15, eighty-six kids crowd into the classroom and Young Life Dunbar is off and running for another hour of high energy excitement! The meeting starts out with a mixer that gets everyone up and moving around. The music is loud and the kids, each equipped with a playing card, try to get in groups of five to see which group ends up with the best poker hand. After five rounds of “YL Poker”, we move on to another com- petition: Newspaper Scavenger Hunt! Each team has a newspaper and manically search for items shouted out from the front… an ad for air con- ditioning repair! A picture of the Royal couple! A story about the space shuttle! Paper is flying everywhere as kids race to the front with their finds. A couple of songs are attempted and the singing is as bad as ever, but Rob and Bill, demonstrating the new boy, are they having fun sounding bad! Another game, this one involving wonder product, Light and Fluffy! four kids fishing marbles out of a tub of ice water with their feet, has eve- rybody laughing as the “fishermen” make hilarious faces with their feet submerged in the ice water. The game is immediately followed by the song, “My Girl,” by the Temptations. A dozen kids are up and dancing to the old Motown hit, as the others sing at the tops of their lungs. After a few announcements and a skit performed by leaders, Bill and Rob, Ariza gets up and leads the singing of two Gospel songs (we can’t really call them “slow” songs, because of the energy with which they sing them!) It’s finally time for the “old guy” (Bill) to get up and share with the crowd, about God’s incredible love for them. The story of Jesus’ arrest, trial, crucifixion, and resurrection comes to life for the kids in a very per- This is what it looks like in the room sonal way as they hear that this was all done for them, because God loves them so much. when Bill leads the singing. (Notice the closed mouths! ) At 3:15, the room is silent, as Bill offers up a prayer. Thirty seconds later, the music starts and the pizza arrives. In fifteen short minutes, twelve large pizzas are devoured and five gallons of Kool Aide disappears. The Leaders wander around the room, making sure that every student is spo- ken to and called by name. This is the most fun we’ll have all afternoon, as we get the chance to talk with kids and hear what’s going on in their lives. By 3:30, many of the kids have left for other after school events. Some go to sports or band practice, some walk the few blocks home, and others stick around to go home on the activity bus. No matter where they disappear to, they know, at least for a little while, that they are loved. Thank you, for your support. Without it, Dunbar’s YoungLife, would not exist. Dunbar has the highest average attendance in the state of Florida! Volume 11, Issue 3 Page 5 l VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER TEAM Top Row: L to R: Varsity Head Coach Rebecca Jamme, Tamisha Biassou, Jabrina Bouie, Gertrude Fleurantin, Sarah Perez, Assistant Coach Angela Merritt. Kneeling Front Row: L to R: Ysmerelda Exantus, Julie Toyloy-Stanton, Sitting Left-Arleasia Carter, Amber Jaimes, Sitting Right-Rosalba Martinez, Joseline Meme, Betty Flores. DUNBAR GIRLS TRACK TEAM WINS 1st LEE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP Sophomore Sabrina Bouie, left, and Senior Tamara Donaldson, compete in the discus and shot put for Dunbar High School. Of the 151 points the Dunbar High girls track and field team scored to win its first Lee County Athletic Conference title at Mariner this spring, 45 of them came from throwers. You read that correctly: The Tigers scored nearly a third of their meet points in just two events. 'It's huge,' said Dunbar throwing coach Brian Winter. 'Those three, four girls win a lot of meets for us.' Those girls are Seniors Tamara Donaldson and Dominique Deloach and Sophomores Johnetta Williams and Sabrina Bouie. Volume 11, Issue 3 Page 6 VARSITY BOYS SOCCER TEAM BACK ROW: L to R: Gil Lima, Zorante Napper, Michael Wainilko, Mozard Bien-Aime, Brandon Bernhardt, Jeff Boisrond, Francisco Martin and Coach Falk. FRONT ROW: Kevin Galety, Romano Hinds, Austin Stewart, Jeff Farley, Kurt Vega, and Juan Benitez. Not pictured: Jean Pierre Louis, Joel Kelly, Jorge Ruiz, Trey Mifflin, Shan Moore, Chris Matsumoto, and Wesley Flint. Varsity Boys’ Soccer 2010-11 Season Recap The Boys’ Soccer team finished a competitive season with their first playoff victory in nearly four years, prior to bowing out of the state competition at the “feet” of the defending state-champions from Bishop Verot. The Tigers were able to defeat Island Coast 3 – 1 in District Playoff competition thanks to a superb team effort. The tenacity and teamwork illustrated by the Tigers from the opening whistle to the end was a culmination of efforts that developed as the season progressed. A shaky start to the season (the Tigers started five freshmen and two sophomores) was washed away as Senior leaders, Kervin Galety, Jeff Boisrond, and Jean Pierre-Louis took charge offensively. The defense buckled down behind the steady goalkeeping of Junior Joel Kelly, who had over 100 saves on the season. Freshmen Branden Bernhardt and Juan Benitez an- chored down the middle of the defense with physical, but under control play. When both the offense and defense were clicking for the Tigers, great play ensued. Dunbar demonstrated this great play in a 3-2 win over Island Coast and in a near defeat of eventual State Champion, Cape Coral (4-3). Galety led the Tigers in goals scored, tied for the team lead in steals, and was second on the team in assists. This earned him “Team MVP” honors and a selection as an “All-Conference” player for Lee County. Boisrond and Kelly each earned the “Leadership” award for their efforts on and off the field. Kelly and fellow Junior, Chris Matsumoto, co-captained the Tigers. While the team will lose some firepower with the departures of the seniors, Coach Falk can’t help but be encouraged by the improved play of the underclass- men. Should the young nucleus of Fighting Tigers stay intact, the future looks bright! **Coach Falk would like to thank the efforts of Assistant Coach Curet, Special Assistant - Jair Quirama, the parents/guardians, the Dunbar Athletic Booster Club, as well as the other supporters of the team and Dunbar Athletics.** Volume 11, Issue 3 Page 7 GIRLS TRACK “COUNTY & DISTRICT CHAMPIONS” DUNBAR GIRLS VARSITY TRACK TEAM that won Lee County and District Track Meets this past Spring. Standing: Saneria Jackson, Sabrina Bouie, Jennell Daniels, Johnetta Williams, Shayla Smith, Charrie Dennard, Keva Pittman, Kayla Williams, Jasmine Teaque, Tamara Donaldson, Ronisha Newton, Patoria Williams, Dominique Deloach. Kneeling: Shanessa Stewart, Sharicka Parson, Nykia Coleman. With the TROPHY are Ta’Quoya Jones and Arlesia Carter. Not pictured are Head Girls Coach, Cheyenne Brown; Assistant Coach, Brian Winter; Track Volunteer and Dunbar Graduate, Assia Lee. Volume 11, Issue 3 Page 8 NEW MEMBERS “TAPPED” FOR NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The following students were ―tapped‖ this Spring to join Dunbar’s National Honor Society. The new members are Luc Bednarek, Chayana Burnside, Arneasha Andrews, Clay Clawson, Daniel Mollard, Danielle Sutherland, Delta Green, Desire Cody, Devin Harris, Eric Conner III, Erin German, Isaiah Debman, Javier Domingo, Juliana Toyloy-Stanton, Norma Zambrano, Orton Coleman, Jr. Raj Desai, Sara Perez, Shantyria Jacob, Thomas Rubenstein, and Yareli Sanchez. Current members of the Dunbar High National Honor Society are Eduardo Montano, Kharizma Houston, Grant McNulty, Patrick Lantrip, James Reilly, Tonisha Williams, Thaddaeus Watkins, DUNBAR HIGH Darriel Dickerson, Taelor Nolen, Shacoria Massey, Sinetia Jean, NHS ADVISER Jacinto Tolentino, Marie Chery, Lisandra Ibarra, Aimee Jasso, Elizabeth Rhode Romeus, Brittany Ramirez, Kurt Barekman, Keva Pittman, Plummer and Robers Mesidor. Mrs. Cheyenne Brown Named Lee County Athletic Conference Girls Track Coach of the Year! BOYS & GIRLS TRACK TEAM—SPRING 2011 BACK ROW: McEven Dorsainvil, Seneria Jackson, Dominique Deloach, Jennell Daniels, Kayla Williams, Renee Claude, Patorra Williams, Andre Adams, Shayla Smith, Keva Pittman, Xavier Parson, Jasmine Teaque, Darien Jackson, Sabrina Bouie, Ronisha Newton, Jontae Jackson, Charrie Dennard, Sternson Ladouceur, Shakira Williams, Johnetta Williams, and Tamara Donaldson. FRONT ROW: Julio Galety, Mikia Coleman, Ta’Quoya Jones, Arlesia Carter, Sharicka Parson, Shanessa Stewart, Bernard McDonald and Tyoen Powell. Not pictured are Boys Head Track Coach, Guy Thomas; Coaching Assistants are Volunteer Sammy Brown and Coach Chris Fields. Volume 11, Issue 3 Page 9 PARENT INVOLVEMENT CORNER—A Plan for Summer Kids love summer! One of the reasons they love summer is that it’s a time when life is more relaxed. But kids need some type of struc- ture to their day, too, or they may spend most of it watching TV or they become bored. Here are a few tips for making summer fun and at the same time, a learning experience: Look for information about fun activities offered at parks, libraries, churches, and other nearby locations and add them to your summer calendar. Set up a time for planned activities. Help your child plan fun and interesting activities with their friends. Ask your child what new things they would like to do or learn this summer and then plan a time to try them. Limit TV and video game time; plan a weekly schedule and stick to it. Help your child make their summer schedule, then post it; include time for chores, reading, learning, relaxing, and playing. Be careful not to schedule every minute of your child’s day; leave plenty of time for play. And, although you may relax your rules on bed- time, let your child know that there will be limits. A plan for summer will help your child manage how their time is spent. ¡A los niños les encanta el verano! Una de las razones que a ellos les gusta el verano es que es una época cuando la vida es más relajada (“relax”). Pero también los niños necesitan algún tipo de estructura durante el día, o si no, pasarían la mayor parte de el mirando televi- sión o se aburren. Las siguientes sugerencias son para hacer el verano más divertido y a la misma vez, un tiempo de aprendizaje: Busque información sobre actividades divertidas que se ofrecen en los parques, bibliotecas, iglesias, y otras cercanas localidades y añádaselas a su calendario de verano. Separe un tiempo de actividades planificadas. Ayude a sus hijos a planificar actividades divertidas e interesantes con sus amigos/as. Pregúntele a su hijo/a cuáles cosas él/ella le gustaría hacer o aprender este verano y entonces planifique un tiempo/oportunidad para hacerlas. Limite el tiempo de televisión y juegos de video; planifique un horario semanal y cumpla con el. Ayude a su hijo/a a hacer su horario de verano, entonces fíjelo en un lugar para mostrarlo; incluya las horas para hacer trabajos; leer, aprender, relajarse, y jugar. Tenga cuidado de no programar cada minuto del día de su hijo/a, reserve bastante tiempo para que juegue. Y a pesar que usted relaje sus reglas respecto a la hora de dormir, déjele saber a su hijo/a que habrán límites. Un plan para el verano le ayudará a su hijo/a a manejar Timoun renmen vakans yo! Yonn nan rezon yo renmen vakans se poutèt yo ka detann epi tren lavi a pa twò rapid. Men si timoun yo pa gen estrikti nan lavi yo tou, yo gendwa pase lajounen nan gade televizyon oubyen y ape anniye. Men kèk ti poul pou fè vakans yo yon lè kote timoun yo ka amize etan yo aprann yon bagay: Gen plizyè aktivite nan pak, libreri, legliz ak lòt kote ki amizan etan edikatif. Fikse yon lè ansanm ake timoun a ou yo pou planifye aktivite amizan etan edikatif . Mande timoun ou yo ki nouvo aktivite yo ta renmen fè pou vakans yo, lòfini planifye yon lè pou eseye yo. Limite tan yo ka pase nan gade televizyon oubyen nan jwèt videyo; fikse yon orè chak semenn. Ede pitit ou yo fikse yon orè pou vakans yo epi mete li sou frijidè; fè sèten sa enkli tan pou fè travay nan kay la, lekti, lwazi e jwèt. Ou pa bezwen mete chak minit chak jou nan orè a; kite anpil tan pou lwazi. Lòfini, menmsi ou ka relakse sou kèk regle- man, se pou ou fè sèten timoun ou konnen toujou gen limit. Yon plan pou vakans yo pral ede pitit ou jere kijan li pase tan li a. DUNBAR HIGH SCHOOL PARENT INVOLVEMENT POLICY—2010-2011 TITLE I SCHOOL We value the help and involvement of parents. It is our goal to reach out to, be in contact with, and work with parents as equal partners as we build ties between our parents and Dunbar High School. We have many ac- tivities planned during the year including: School Advisory Council (SAC), District and School Parent Surveys. If you would like to be a participant in these valued activities and would like to volunteer from time to time at Dunbar High School, please contact Kim Ward at the school . Volume 11, Issue 3 Page 10 PARENT INFORMATION CORNER PARENTLINK INFORMATION: Go to the district website. www.leeschools.net Locate Parentlink under “For Parents”. It is in the “School Information” section. Log on by doing the following: The User Name is the Student ID of the eldest child enrolled in the school district, plus the student’s first and last initial. Example – 12345678JD for John Doe whose school ID is 12345678. The Password is your eldest child’s birth date in MMDDYY format. Example – 010192 if John Doe was born on January 1, 1992. Please change the password to something unique, that you can remember after logging on for the first time. If your child has already accessed Parentlink and set up a password that you do not know, or if you have forgotten your password, please contact Mr. Cesar Cuevas at the school to have the password reset. GRADES AND ATTENDANCE Grades should be updated once a week on Wednesday, and are reflective of the previous week’s grades. If you have a question about your child’s grades or attendance, or are concerned about a specific grade or assignment, please contact your child’s school directly for the most up-to-date information. Guidance Department Need assistance with SAT’s , ACT’s, FCAT’s, AVID or COLLEGE planning ? Please contact one of our three Guidance Counseling Team Members. Names A—H : see Mrs. Madigan. Names I— Z : see Ms. Henderson. Testing Coordinator: see Mr. Albritton. AVID program: Contact Mrs. Madigan our AVID Counselor. All can be reached at 461-5322 AVID INSTRUCTORS 9th grade: Mrs. Metz: firstname.lastname@example.org 10th grade: Mr. Reynolds email@example.com 11th grade: Ms. Jamme RebeccaSJ@leeschools.net Counselor: Ms. Madigan firstname.lastname@example.org LEARNING RESOURCE TEACHER Title I Learning Resource Teacher Job Description PURPOSE = Student Achievement Through Support For the Classroom Teachers FOCUS = Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Assist with Title I requirements Analyze data regarding AYP subgroups Participate in the A+ Data Team Model and coach Response to Intervention (RtI) strategies (Florida Rule 6A-6.0331) Facilitate interventions for low-performing AYP subgroups. Ensure that the RtI process requirements are implemented with integrity. Kim Ward JanetKW@leesschools.net Title I Learning Resource Teacher Volume 11, Issue 3 Page 11 AVID—Advancement Via Individual Determination Two Dunbar High School 9th grade AVID students, Eduardo Morales and Ireysha Morrison are the recipients of the Take Stock in Children Scholarship. They were among the 30 stu- dents who were honored at the Foundation for Lee County Public Schools, Inc. and Take Stock in Children celebration luncheon held May 27, 2011— at Harborside Convention Center. Sheriff Mike Scott was the keynote speaker at the event. He sincerely con- gratulated the recipients and encouraged them to always be fo- cused on a goal, to remember that it is better to give rather than to succeed and the importance of being active in their schools. Along with the scholarship recipients, the luncheon honored their mentors who are a vital component of this program, parents, fam- ily members and the school coordinators. The students were se- lected based on their academic achievements, financial need and a personal essay. Acceptance of the scholarship requires that stu- dents pledge to stay in school, maintain good grades and behavior and remain crime and drug free. Meeting with their assigned com- munity mentor is another intricate part of the program. Provided that all terms of the contract are met the students will receive four year college tuition scholarships upon graduation of high school. Congratulations Eddie and Ireysha – we are very proud of you! Ireysha, Eddie and mentor Nikijha Lynch are pictured above, top right. DHS AVID has hosted three all night LAN party fundraisers this year, the final one was on May 20 th. For the un- initiated, a LAN party means that our students bring their computers, video game systems, televisions, handhelds, peripherals and themselves. DHS AVID provides the switches and cables (with help from Digital Divide), media center, prizes, chaperones and food. They link their computers and games together via cables and switches and then GAME ON ALL NIGHT LONG! They are ―locked in‖ the Media Center as it morphs into a high tech marvel complete with a big screen and projector. The students play games and have a blast to raise funds for AVID field trips. Look for the next one in the fall of 2011… Volume 11, Issue 3 Page 12 TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME—SPRING SPORTS BOYS VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM Front Row: Robert Ballard, Kenneth Dawson, Jeffrey Kopec, Michael Green, Shaquon Young, Clay Clawson, Shan Moore, Brandon Ibarra, Keddrick Weatherspoon. Back Row: Bobby Williams, Jr., Cody Ritchey, Ryan Welch, Cory Jackson, Jari Curry, Frankie Lightfoot, Chris James, Brandt Rice, Trey Mifflin, Tanner Zeitvogel, Sheldon McDonald. Dunbar Varsity Head Coach is Justin Gallon. Assistant coaches are Zack Hopple, Dwayne Donnell, Tom Welsh and Gene Kopec. LADY TIGERS VARSITY SOFTBALL TEAM Front Row: Team Manager Richie Santiago. Donya Davis, Shaniel Sinclair, Ja’Keyah Glover, Erashea Cooper, Haley Doerr, Courtney Gordon, Amanda Jones, Vanishe Phosy, Mychaela Mitchell. Back Row: Coach Rob Liddle, Gloria Fisher, Keyana Williams, Stephanie Gruszewski, Kardasha Patterson, Joselie Pierre, Keidasisha Ramsey, Gertrude Fleurantin, Jabarina Bouie, Amber Jaimes, Ireysha Morrison and Head Coach Howard West. Volume 11, Issue 3 Page 13 Dunbar High School Academy for Technology Excellence The Academies for Technology, Digital, Game Design & Programming Excellence Awards Ceremony was held Thursday, May 26, 2011. Ray Kelly, President and C.E.O. of Certiport, Inc. was the guest speaker. Patrick Koster, a representative from Adobe congratulated our students. NBC-2’s, Patrick Comer was our Master of Ceremonies for the evening. This year featured career tables manned by every local college/university. Students were able to talk with each representative about college opportunities and their future. Several local business partners participated as well in career discussions, including Chicos and CenturyLink. Since the beginning of our Academy program at DHS, there have been 2,477 certification tests passed. These results are truly amazing! Our DHS Academy faculty are: Denise Spence, Mark Hufnagel, Matthew Miller, Dan Trembley, and James Bell. Certifications for 2010-2011 221 Certified Students 502 Certification Tests Passed 150 Microsoft Office Specialist tests passed 27 CompTIA A+ tests passed 28 CompTIA Network+ tests passed 18 Microsoft Office Masters 61 Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) tests passed 21 Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCP) 13 Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician (MCDST) 4 Microsoft Certified IT Professionals (MCITP) 5 Microsoft Certified Technology Specialists (MCTS) 5 Cisco Certified Entry Network Technicians 160 Adobe Certified Associate tests passed 1 Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA) Please visit our School website to see your student’s name and their certifications! http://dhs.leeschools.net Volume 11, Issue 3 Page 14 WE SAW YOU AT THE JR—ROTC MILITARY BALL Volume 11, Issue 3 Page 15 IMPORTANT DATES CONGRAT’S GRADUATION Sunday - June 5th HARBORSIDE EVENT CENTER 7 PM LAST SCHOOL DAY 2011 Friday - June 10th CLASS FIRST SCHOOL DAY 2011-2012 of 2011 DHS Teachers Report Monday, August 1st Students Report Monday, August 8th YOU MADE IT! THE SCHOOL BOARD OF LEE COUNTY, FLORIDA Out-Of-Field Notification Thomas Scott, Chairperson - District 5 Florida State Statute 1012.42 recognizes that teachers at Mary Fischer, M.A.- Vice Chairperson - District 1 times must be assigned duties in a class outside the field Don H. Armstrong - Member - District 4 in which the teacher is certified. The following teachers Jeanne S. Dozier - Member - District 2 are certified teachers but are in the process of meeting in-field requirements: Jane E. Kuckel, Ph.D., - Member - District 3 Dr. Larry Tihen, Interim Superintendent In addition, the following teachers are engaged in train- VISION: TO BE A WORLD CLASS SCHOOL SYSTEM ing to add ESOL to their certificates: Barbara Raymond, Nina Hart-Barnes, Jill Klausing, Kim Merritt and Rebecca Jamme. If you get a chance check out the great grounds work these AP Environmental Science students did with our butterfly garden. Adviser and Environmental Science/ AP Environmental Science/Biology Teacher Mr. Gary Rullo had them out there sweating for the last two weeks of May, cleaning, planting and mulching. It looks great! Please thank the following stu- dents: Jacquan Facey, Francisco Andrade, Arleasia Carter, Norma Zambrano, and Jaymie Grant.
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