Seal Honored as FMEA Secondary Administrator of the Year

Seal Honored as FMEA Secondary Administrator of the Year

Treasure Coast High School Principal Susan Seal is the distinguished recipient of the Florida Music Education Association (FMEA) Secondary Administrator of the Year award – the first St. Lucie County administrator in the organization’s 27-year history to receive this honor.

 

According to TCHS Band Director Luke Hall, Seal is an avid advocate of the arts and is ever-present at events and performances to support students and instructors alike.   “She is most deserving of this award,” said Hall.  “I appreciate her dedication enhancing music education.”  Seal has served as the Titan’s principal for three years, and the strong music program has continued to blossom under her leadership.

 

FMEA Awards Chair Debbie Fahmie explained that a special recognition will take place in January at the FMEA Professional Development Conference in Tampa — one of the largest music education professional development events in the United States. Here, Seal and Primary Administrator of the Year will be recognized together at a special awards ceremony to honor their dedication to music excellence.

 

Seal Is First SLC Administrator to Receive Florida Music Association  Secondary Administrator of…

Seal Is First SLC Administrator to Receive Florida Music Association Secondary Administrator of…

ST. LUCIE COUNTY – Treasure Coast High School Principal Susan Seal is the distinguished recipient of the Florida Music Education  Association (FMEA) Secondary Administrator of the Year award – the first St. Lucie County administrator in the organization’s 27-year history to receive this honor.

 

According to TCHS Band Director Luke Hall, Seal is an avid advocate of the arts and is ever-present at events and performances to support students and instructors alike.   “She is most deserving of this award,” said Hall.  “I appreciate her dedication enhancing music education.”  Seal has served as the Titan’s principal for three years, and the strong music program has continued to blossom under her leadership.

 

FMEA Awards Chair Debbie Fahmie explained that a special recognition will take place in January at the FMEA Professional Development Conference in Tampa — one of the largest music education professional development events in the United States. Here, Seal and Primary Administrator of the Year will be recognized together at a special awards ceremony to honor their dedication to music excellence.

 

About St. Lucie Public Schools

St. Lucie Public Schools is a B rated District with no failing schools proudly serving the students as the second highest ranking School District on the Treasure Coast.  The mission of SLPS is to ensure all students graduate from safe and caring schools equipped with the knowledge, skills and desire to succeed. For more information, visit, http://www.stlucieschools.org.

 

Channel 12 Honors Davino

Channel 12 Honors Davino

Congratulations to Samuel S. Gaines Academy’s John Davino! In a surprise visit by CBS Channel 12’s Teri Hornstein, he was recognized as an outstanding teacher and provided a check for $312 as part of Channel 12’s Tools for Teachers campaign.  Mr. Davino, who was praised by former students as being a teacher who helped them strive for success, will use the funds to support his efforts for positive behavior instructional support efforts on campus.

Interested in nominating a great teacher in St. Lucie Public Schools?  Simply click on on the Tools for Teachers link (http://cbs12.com/station/contests/toolkit ), tell Channel 12 why, and your nominee could be the Channel 12 Teacher of the Week.

SLWK-8 First Graders Learning about Technology

SLWK-8 First Graders Learning about Technology

Over the summer, Mrs. Nemeth, 1st grade teacher, received five tablets for her classroom through a Donors Choose proposal. Seesaw is a student-driven digital portfolio that empowers students to independently document what they are learning at school. Students can use photos, videos, drawings, text notes, links, and the recorder to show what they know. After publishing a piece about Fall, students were able to take a picture of their work and record themselves reading it. Families also have the ability to see their child’s work through the Seesaw app and respond with comments and likes.