Recently, Kindergarten teachers Mrs. Guermithe Ogé and Mrs. Esther Jean delivered surprise packages to their students. The children were so excited to receive a visit from their teachers and their teachers were delighted to see them – even if it was from a distance!
West Gate K8 had a blast seeing so many of their teachers and staff! Administration and PTO joined forces to treat their families with 🍕 pizza kits for dinner and a special mask handmade by PTO President Niki Patterson. West Gate appreciates all teachers and staff for all you do each and every day! #BigApplePizza #PizzaKitsAndMasks #HappyTeacherAppreciation #ThankYou
Treasure Coast High School’s Air Force JROTC Program has been selected as one of 387 units worldwide to receive the 2019-2020 Air Force JROTC Distinguished Unit Award.This award recognizes Air Force JROTC units that have performed above and beyond normal expectations and that have distinguished themselves through outstanding service to their school and community while meeting the Air Force JROTC citizen development mission for America.The objectives of the Air Force JROTC program is to educate and train high school cadets in citizenship and life skills, promote community service, instill responsibility, character, and self-discipline through character education and to provide instruction in air and space fundamentals. Enrollment is open to all high school students.
Air Force JROTC is located in approximately 890 high schools across the United States and at selected schools in Europe, the Pacific, and Puerto Rico. Air Force JROTC enrollment includes more than 125,000 cadets who do over 1.5 million hours of community service each year.
In true “Flat Stanley” style, several kindergarten and first grade teachers sent their students ‘Flat Teachers’. This creative gesture was an effort to reach their kids and not only remind them they are thinking of them daily, but also to inspire their students to share their quarantined adventures with their ‘flat teacher’. Students can share their adventures through Canvas, Remind, FlipGrid, and Teams. Mrs. Buehrig, Mrs. Downing, Mrs. Godoy, Mrs. Smith, Ms. Miller, Ms. Harris, and Ms. Jines are all looking forward to the many adventures and stories to come.
Weatherbee 4th grade teacher, Klay Robbins, recently mailed a letter to each of his students to check on their progress in Math, Science, and i-Ready. He included “necklace money” in the correspondence – the classroom currency his students can earn and trade for a variety of beaded necklaces. Many students wrote back and one student, Eduardo, included his photo – he was thrilled to be earning his ‘necklace money” even as he worked virtually!