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February 2017

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“It is going to be a great year in Cane Country as we strive to keep MDHS Empowered for Excellence!” Who’s Who at MDHS Principal: Dr. Rhonda Boone Assistant Principals: Herman Durias, Marlene Straughan, and Kim Walker-Updike Senior Counselor: Veronica Johnson Junior Counselor: Ryan Eshbaugh Sophomore Counselor: Susan Ricci Freshman Counselor: All Counselors ESE Specialist: Jason Roberts ESE Clerk: Kathy Relford Literacy Coach: Lizz Schlotter Florida Standards Teacher: Deanna Jennette Data Clerks: Crystal Timmsen and Diana Miller

Volume 7 • Issue 4

Publication for the Parents, Students, Staff & Community of Mount Dora High School

MDHS Teachers Go To School On January 3rd, while all of our students were enjoying one final day of winter break, our MDHS teachers were hard at work honing their writing skills, learning about teaching with their strengths and reaching diverse student populations. Our culminating event was a bus ride taking our teachers out to our MDHS neighborhoods. It was a great day exploring all of the communities that MDHS serves.

Celebrating 25 Years On February 1st Ms. Lizz Schlotter was recognized for 25 years of service to the Lake County Schools. Mount Dora High School is proud to have Ms. Schlotter on staff as our Literacy Coach and Cheerleading Coach. Ms. Schlotter has a passion for education and meeting the needs of all learners on our campus. Her leadership and coaching an asset to our students, teachers, leadership team and community. Congratulations Ms. Schlotter.

Teacher of the Month Mount Dora High School is proud to recognize, Ms. Kristin Rogers in our Social Studies Department for her commitment to the students and staff at MDHS as February’s Teacher of the Month. Her dedication to the students shows in and outside of the classroom.

Guidance Secretaries: Misi Isbill and Faith Lowe Attendance Clerk: Susan Heggie

MDHS Celebrates National Signing Day

Main Office: Debra Pfiffner and Michelle Scott

Each year multiple student athletes from each of our sports sign their letters of intent to compete at the college level. While many students will sign with colleges later in their Senior year, on February 1, 2017 we celebrated 3 athletes who have already made this commitment. Congratulations Sarah Thrush- University of Nebraska Soccer, Rico Nix- Hutchinson Community College Football and Connor Andrews- Lake Sumter State College Baseball.

School Officer: Officer Smith

Contact Us Telephone:(352)383-2177 Fax: (352)383-6466 700 North Highland Street Mount Dora, FL 32757

Caring About the Needs of Every Student


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Student Calendar

“The Hurricane Forecast” February 2017 Issue #4 Published Five Times Per Year Mount Dora High School 700 North Highland Avenue Mount Dora, FL 32757

Media Center Highlights

Behind-the-Wheel Driving Instruction For Lake County High School Students

The Lake County School Board, in partnership with the Lake County Board of County Commissioners, is offering scholarships for Behind-the-Wheel Driving classes to eligible Lake County high school students. To be eligible, a student must be a resident of Lake County, currently attend high school or be a registered home school student, have proof of automobile insurance and possess a valid Florida learner license at least one week prior to the first day of class. Scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis and are not based on financial need.

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Students participating in the BTW program will receive10 hours of actual behind-the-wheel driving instruction and 20 hours of driving observation. • Classes originate from a Lake County Public High School or the Career-Technical, Adult & Community Education office in Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida. Classes are held on weekday afternoons, Saturdays and during selected school breaks. • BTW instructors are Lake County School District teachers who are certified by the State to provide driving instruction. • Vehicles used for Behind-the-Wheel driving classes are clearly marked “student driver” and have an additional brake for the instructor. • Students are assigned to classes of three students on a first-come, first-served basis and must have a valid Florida learner license and proof of automobile insurance to participate. For more information, call (352) 253-6780.

Out of Field Teacher Notification: Deanna Jeanette, ELA

Preserving the digital lives of teenagers is a hot topic in the media center. Once again, Mount Dora High School has been invited to participate in the national K-12 Web Archiving project, sponsored by both the Library of Congress and Archive-it. org. Several classes have already created collections of web sites that reflect historic and culturally significant events. This year, student editors from Mrs. Shamrock’s AP English classes will assume responsibility for uploading and monitoring the collections. Students from Mrs. Aliberti’s Info Tech classes and Dr. Dellinger’s Biology classes will also be contributing content for the collections. The entire process will be documented, so stay tuned for a gallery of photos in March. The month of March also marks the end of the Superintendent’s Reading Challenge for this school year. The SRC initiative awards certificates to high school students who read eight books on grade level, fiction and non-fiction. Students maintain reading logs and the logs provide entry to the Literacy Café, which will reconvene on Friday, February 10th at 6:45 am in the Hurricane Café. Literacy coach, Lizz Schlotter, Chefs Walloch and Hobbs, the SGA, and the media center staff are hosting this event, themed for Valentine’s Day and featuring sweet treats, delicious beverages, and prizes for students who have completed their reading logs. We will also recognize our first student to complete the challenge, Emily Hickling, and Zoe Boone, our second SRC winner. All students are invited to attend and may pick up a reading log in the media center. It’s not too late to pick up the gauntlet and take on the Superintendent’s Reading Challenge!


Guidance News

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Prepare for Senior Year

Seniors

11th Grade Students & Parents: Mr. Eshbaugh is taking appointments to go over credits towards graduation, prepare for the senior year and answer any other questions you may have. Please contact Laura Brownfield at brownfieldL@lake.k12.fl.us or 352-383-2177 X4 to set up a date & time if you would like to meet.

Senior year is coming to a close very quickly and we are approaching some fun events to celebrate. Every year, the school organizes a senior breakfast and picnic. To make it as nice as we can, we are asking anyone who is willing to contribute to please donate food and drink items as well as various supplies needed. Acceptable donations include: Fruit, Coffee Grounds, Orange Juice, Bagels and Cream Cheese, Paper Goods, Chips, Water, Tents, Tables, and Chairs Please notify Ms. Goldstein at goldsteinc@lake.k12.fl.us if you are interested in donating. Thank you very much for all of your help!

$$$ Scholarships $$$ Please check our website for full information www.mountdorahighschool.com FastWeb—FastWeb is a free scholarship search that does personalized scholarship matching, side-byside college comparisons and financial aid and student loan tips. www. FastWeb.com Go to the website: www.facts.org to monitor your child’s progress toward the Bright Future program. (All students who are dual enrolled at LSCC should complete the ePep at this website.)

Statewide Grading Scale

Mount Dora High School utilizes the statewide grading scale adopted in 2001 by the Florida Legislature: AP and Dual Percent Enrollment 90-100% A – 6.0 80-89% B – 5.0 70-79% C – 4.0 60-69% D – 3.0

Honor Classes A – 5.0 B – 4.0 C – 3.0 D – 2.0

All Other Classes A – 4.00 B – 3.00 C – 2.00 D – 1.00

College Visits

MDHS Student Services The Student Services Department at Mount Dora High School is designed to help each student understand their academic options, set personal goals, and achieve academic and vocational success. Counselors serve as a liaison for our students, faculty, administration, parents, and the community in helping each student reach their full potential while completing the state and local requirements for their high school diplomas. Students wishing to meet with guidance counselors are asked to make an appointment before or after school in the Guidance Office. Guidance counselors will then send for students at the first available opportunity. While students may be called out of class to meet with guidance counselors, they will not, however, be allowed to leave class to request an appointment.

Bright Futures The Bright Futures Scholarship Program is based on academic achievement in high school. This program currently consists of 3 scholarship programs: Florida Academic Scholars, Florida Medallion Scholarship, and Florida Gold seal Vocational Scholars Award. Please see your Guidance Counselor for more information. Volunteer Public Service Hours (for Bright Futures) Please visit our website or visit Guidance for more information.

Scholarships are available in Guidance

Juniors and seniors with a G.P.A. of 3.00 or higher and sophomores with a G.P.A. of 3.50 or higher may sign up and pick up a College Exploration pass from Guidance to attend a presentation or make a campus visit. Presentations will take place in Guidance unless otherwise noted. Parents are invited to attend the sessions.

Please check out our Guidance web page at www.mountdorahighschool.com to see the most recent scholarships available for students to apply for. Many have links to download the applications. We also have a “scholarship corner” in the Guidance Lobby for students to see what’s available.

GED Option

Student Promotions

If a student withdraws from MDHS to pursue a G.E.D, they are not permitted to re-enroll in any Lake County School.

Transcript Request

At this time many seniors are busy applying to colleges and universities. Part of the application process involves having an official transcript sent from MDHS. Students can request a transcript by coming into Guidance and filling out a transcript request form. Paper transcripts are sent for a fee of $2.00 per transcript.

Guidance Web Page

Please check out our web page at www. mountdorahighschool.com. There is a general Guidance page as well as individual counselor information pages and links to a variety of sites.

We have a number of college/university representatives coming to our campus in the up coming weeks. Please check out the Guidance web page to see which schools will be visiting and how students can attend. Twenty-four (24) credits are required for graduation. No senior will be able to participate in graduation ceremonies without having earned the minimum number of required credits. Successful completion of the requirements is the student’s responsibility.

Total credits required: English Science (2 must include lab) Electives HOPE

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Mathematics (Includes Alg. I or equivalent) Social Science Fine Arts Major Area of Interest

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Grade placement in high school is based on total credits earned in previous years. These requirements are as follows: 10th Grade A minimum of 5 credits from grade 9 (must include English and Math) 11th Grade A minimum of 11 credits from grades 9 & 10 12th Grade A minimum of 17 credits from grades 9/10/11 In order to receive a diploma, students will have to maintain a 2.0 GPA. In addition, students will have to show proficiency on FCAT Reading and certain EOC exams (depending on their cohort year). Please see your Guidance Counselor to ensure you are meeting your specific graduation requirements.


Leaving School

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To leave school before dismissal, students must have parent permission and check out in the Attendance Office. Parents/guardians need a photo ID in order to sign out their child from school. If the student drives to school and needs to be signed out during the day, they must bring a note from the parent/guardian first thing in the morning to the Attendance Office. Then only after the parent/ guardian is contacted by phone will the student be allowed to sign out. If the Attendance Office can not contact the parent/guardian, the student may not sign out. In addition, if a parent/guardian needs to meet with their child during the school day, they will need to have a photo ID. Individuals not on the student’s approved sign-out list will not be able to sign out to meet with that student during the school day.

Text Messaging! Parent Drop-Offs And Pick-Ups Parents providing transportation to and from school for their students are asked to drop off and pick up students in the appropriate loading area only. The student drop-off and pick-up area at Mount Dora High School is at the front of the campus, in the parking area in front of Building 2, accessible through 8th Avenue. DO NOT drop off students on the streets in front, back or side of the school. Please drive slowly and be cautious of pedestrian crossings and teacher parking when driving through the one-way traffic lanes. For safety reasons, please do not drop off or pick up students in the bus loading zones while buses are present.

Bus Notes If a student needs to ride a different bus, the signed parent note must be given to Ms. Carson in the Attendance Office at the beginning of the day. If an administrator can not reach the parent by phone by the end of the day, that student will not be able to ride a different bus home.

New Addresses/Phone Numbers

Parents, please provide proof of residency if you have moved to a new location. It is imperative that our records are accurate when mailing information to you. Change of addresses or phone numbers should be brought into the Guidance Office.

Administration has become aware that many students are text messaging in their classes during the school day. The Lake County School District “Code of Student Conduct & Policy Guide” states, “It is strictly prohibited to possess, display, distribute, and/or transmit pictures, text messages, video, and/or audio recordings while on school grounds.” Parents, we need your help!!! Often times the students tell administrators and teachers that it is my mom calling or texting. If you need to get a message to your child, please call the school at (352)383-2177 and we will deliver all emergency messages. Please discuss this issue with your child/children and remind them cell phones should be turned off and out of sight during the school day.

Bring Your Own Technology! We are pleased to announce that beginning this fall, Mount Dora High School will be going BYOT: Bring Your Own Technology! Under this new initiative, students will be permitted to bring their own laptops or tablets (with a screen size of 7 inches or greater) to school to use as a learning tool in the classroom to research, collaborate, create, and produce evidence of their learning. The use of personal electronic devices at school is a privilege, and students are required to adhere to all district policies and procedures in order to be able to use their personal laptops or tablets while at school. If abused, as determined by a school administrator, a student’s privilege for using their personal technology at school may be taken away.

School Volunteers Anyone interested in volunteering, chaperoning field trips, or working with students in any way, must fill out a volunteer application form. In addition to the application form, fingerprints must be recorded along with a photocopy of your photo ID, as required by the Lake County School district. If you would like to sign up as a Mount Dora High School volunteer, please contact Marlene Straughan, Assistant Principal at straughanm@lake.k12.fl.us.

Instructional Performance Assessment Florida Statute 231.29 requires that parents be given an opportunity to provide input into the instructional performance assessment of teachers. During the course of the school year, your comments and suggestions are welcome. Please feel free to call the school or send any concerns or commendations relevant to your student’s education.

Lockers Students may rent a locker from the administration for a $3.00 annual fee. Lockers are to be kept locked at all times. Administrators and school authorities may search student lockers or other areas upon reasonable suspicion that a prohibited or illegally possessed substance or object is contained within the area. Students found in possession of illegal substances, or who vandalize lockers, are subject to the maximum punishment.


Thespian Induction In January, MDHS students were in the first installation of Thespians.

ACHIEVE 3000 Ms. Hargroves’ 4th period 11th grade class was the ACHIEVE3000 MDHS Winner!  From all the classes at MDHS who completed ACHIEVE3000 lessons over the contest period, these students completed the most. CONGRATULATIONS for a job well done!

FBLA Members Prepare for the State Leadership Conference!

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Congratulations to all Mount Dora High School FBLA Students! FBLA members attended the District 10 Awards Ceremony at Lake Sumter State College on January 20th. Max Epaillard, Loren Repollo and Humberto Villalobos won 1st Place in Digital Video. Juan Carballo, Kenneth Albury and Daniel Mixon won 1st Place in Graphic Design. Jon Adinolfi won 1st Place in Economics. Sarah Stroub won 1st Place in Journalism and Zach Chartrand won 1st Place in Introduction to Business. Justine Hall, who won 1st Place at State in Public Speaking 1, won 1st Place at District in Public Speaking 2. Second place winners are Natalia Markham, Client Service, Abigail Piervil, Introduction to Business Communications, Laney Wilson, Word Processing and Brandon Tector, Coltin Lindsey and Mia Mirageas, Sports and Entertainment Management. Third place winners are Sarah Affatato, Health Care Administration, Morgan Nichols, Business Communication, Keri Prince, Intro to Information Technology, Brennan Anderson, Journalism, and Xavier Ayala, and Riley Rodewald, Sports and Entertainment Management. Students are preparing to compete at the State Leadership Conference March 23-26 in Orlando, Florida. This event represents the culmination of their hard work and gives the students the opportunity to compete at the state level, attend a professional business convention, attend workshops on various business issues and topics, listen to and evaluate candidates for state office and participate in a wide variety of leadership and team building activities. Go FBLA Canes!

Chamber Alliance Essay Winner

The Chamber Alliance of Lake County, in an effort to help develop leaders among Lake County’s youth, sponsors an annual essay contest for Lake County high schools. Students are invited to respond to one of two prompts highlighting the appearance of apathy among youth today regarding political involvement or the decision to hold politicians to a higher ethical standard than the ordinary citizen. MDHS student Mia Mivageas was one of three high school scholars to be selected to represent Lake County Schools. She has won an expenses-paid trip to Tallahassee to participate in the Lake County Days Event in February 2017. During this two-day event, students will attend meetings with local Legislators and have the opportunity to tour the Capitol and the Supreme Court. This event is funded by the Lake County Education Foundation – Essay Contest Fund. The Daily Commercial newspaper will publish the winning essays and will also sponsor a celebratory reception for the winners and their families.


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Athletics Canes Football Zach Dickinson was just named Offensive Player of the Year by The Daily Commercial tonight! Zach passed for over 2,000 yards this past season and had 29 touchdowns! He becomes the second Player of the Year in a row from MDHS! In addition, Zach, Riley Smith, and Quentin Davis, represented MDHS in the All Star Game at Trinity Catholic HS Way to go MDHS Footballers!

2017 Softball Schedule

Date.........Day......... Opponent..................................H/A......Game Times........ Bus Departure 2/13.........Mon........ Lake Minneola...........................Away....... 5:00/7:00........... 2:50PM 2/16.........Thu......... East Ridge..................................Away....... 5:00/7:00........... 2:50PM 2/17.........Fri........... Boone.........................................Home....... 5:00/7:00 2/21.........Tue......... Lake Mary.................................Home....... 5:00/7:00 2/23.........Thu......... Leesburg....................................Away....... 5:00/7:00........... 2 2/28.........Tue......... Tavares.......................................Home....... 5:00/7:00 3/2...........Thu......... Mt. Dora Christian Academy.....Away....... 5:00/7:00 3/3...........Fri........... Umatilla.....................................Away....... 5:00/7:00........... 2:50PM 3/7...........Tue......... Eustis.........................................Home....... 5:00/7:00 3/9...........Thu......... South Lake.................................Home....... 5:00/7:00 3/20.........Mon........ MDCA-JV Only........................Away....... 4:30 3/21.........Tue......... The Villages...............................Home....... 5:00/7:00 3/23.........Thu......... Tavares.......................................Away....... 5:00/7:00........... 2 Date......................Day..... Meet Name ................................ Location........Departure 3/24-25....Fri-Sat.... Montverde Academy Tourn.......Away....... TBA.................. TBA Feb. 17.................Fri....... Carl Friedland Memorial Meet.... Boone....................2:30 3/28.........Tue......... Umatilla.....................................Home....... 5:00/7:00 Feb. 21.................Tue..... Bull.............................................. Umatilla................2:30 3/31.........Fri........... Eustis.........................................Away....... 5:00/7:00........... 2:50PM Feb. 28.................Tue..... The Villages Home Meet............. The Villages..........2:30 4/4...........Tue......... South Sumter.............................Home....... 5:00/7:00 Mar. 3...................Fri....... Larry Kelly Invitational............... Bishop Moore.......2:30 4/6...........Thu......... Leesburg....................................Home....... 5:00/7:00 Mar. 7...................Tue..... BullDog Invitational.................... Umatilla................2:30 4/11..........Tue......... South Sumter.............................Away....... 5:00/7:00........... 2:30PM Mar. 9...................Thu..... The Villages Home Meet............. The Villages..........2:30 4/13.........Thu......... The Villages...............................Away....... 5:00/7:00........... 2:30PM Mar. 23.................Thu..... BullDog Invitational.................... Umatilla................2:30 4/14.........Fri........... Citrus*.......................................Home....... 6:00 Mar. 29.................Wed.... MD Kiwanis Invitational............. Mount Dora 4/17.........Mon........ South Lake*...............................Away....... 6:00................... 3:45PM Mar. 24.................Fri....... FSU Relays.................................. Tallahassee ...........TBA 4/18.........Tue......... Mt. Dora Christian Academy.....Home ...... 6:00 Mar. 30.................Thu..... BullDo......................................... Umatilla................2:30 4/20.........Thu......... Lake Minneola...........................Home....... 6:00 Mar. 30-Apr. 1......Fri....... Florida Relays.............................. Univ. of Florida....TBA *Varsity only **District game

2017 Track Schedule

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2017 Tennis Schedule Date..... Opponent.................................... H/A..................Time 02/21... Umatilla (G)................................ H......................3:30 02/23... Mont Verde (B&G)...................... H......................4:00 02/27... Bishop Moore (B&G).................. A/Sanlando......3:30 02/28... Lake Highland Prep (B&G)........ H......................3:30 03/02... South Lake (B&G)...................... H......................3:30 03/07... Mt Dora Christian Acd (B&G).... A......................3:30 03/09... South Lake (B&G)...................... A......................3:30 03/21... Mt Dora Christian Acd (B&G).... H......................3:30 03/22... Umatilla (G)................................ A/Lake Park.....3:30 03/28... Eustis (B&G)............................... H......................3:30 03/30... Lake Highland Prep (B&G)........ Away................3:30 04/04... Eustis (B&G)............................... H......................3:30 H = Home A = Another Location

Varsity

Date...............Opponent........... Location............ Time Feb. 16..........Belleview............ Eustis (preseason).4:30 Feb. 23..........East Ridge........... Home.................. 7:00 Feb. 24..........Deltona................ Home.................. 7:00 Feb. 28..........East Ridge........... East Ridge........... 7:00 Mar. 2............Lake Minneola.... Lake Minneola.... 7:00 Mar. 3............Trinity Prep......... Trinity Prep......... 7:00 Mar. 9............Montverde........... Home.................. 7:00 Mar. 13-16.....Panama City Invitational.................TBD Mar. 21..........* Tavares............. Home.................. 7:00 Mar. 24..........* Tavares............. Tavares................ 7:00 Mar. 28..........* South Sumter.... Home.................. 7:00 Mar. 31..........* South Sumter.... South Sumter...... 7:00 Apr. 4............* Umatilla............ Home.................. 7:00 Apr. 6............Wekiva................ Wekiva................ 4:30 Apr. 7............* Umatilla............ Umatilla.............. 7:00 Apr. 11...........* Villages............ Home.................. 6:00 Apr. 14..........* Villages............ Villages............... 6:00 Apr. 17..........South Lake.......... South Lake.......... 6:00 Apr. 18..........* Eustis................ Eustis.................. 7:00 Apr. 21..........* Eustis................ Home.................. 7:00 Apr. 25..........Wekiva................ Home.................. 6:00 Apr. 26..........Apopka................ Apopka............... 7:30 Apr. 28..........# South Lake....... Home.................. 7:00 *District Game # Senior Night

2017 Boys Weightlifting 22-Feb.... South Lake.......... Home... 2:45 1-Mar...... Lake Minneola.... Home... 2:45 6-Mar...... Leesburg............. Home... 3:45 8-Mar...... South Lake.......... Away.... 3:00 13-Mar.... Umatilla.............. Home... 3:30

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Date...............Opponent........... Location............ Time Feb. 21..........Apopka................ Apopka............... 6:00 Feb. 23..........East Ridge........... Home.................. 4:00 Feb. 24..........Deltona................ Home.................. 4:00 Feb. 28..........Eustis................... Eustis................. 6:00* .......................................................................... (No Bus) Mar. 2............Lake Minneola.... Lake Minneola.... 4:00 Mar. 3............Trinity Prep......... Trinity Prep......... 4:00 Mar. 9............Montverde........... Home.................. 4:00 Mar. 20..........South Lake.......... South Lake.......... 4:00 Mar. 21..........Tavares................ Home.................. 4:00 Mar. 24..........Tavares................ Tavares................ 4:00 Mar. 27..........South Lake.......... South Lake.......... 6:00 Mar. 31..........Apopka................ Home.................. 6:00 Apr. 4............Umatilla............... Home.................. 4:00 Apr. 7............Umatilla............... Umatilla.............. 4:00 Apr. 13..........Eustis................... Home.................. 6:00 Apr. 18..........Eustis................... Away................... 4:00 Apr. 21..........Eustis................... Home.................. 4:00 *Remember there is no bus for the game on Feb. 28th at Eustis. Players will meet at the field in Eustis at 5:45.

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Mount Dora High School Athletics Mount Dora High School is committed to excellence in academics and athletics. We are a member of the FHSAA and abide by all policies and by-laws. The Mount Dora High Athletic Program mission is to maximize the potential of each student-athlete by providing a rigorous athletic program which complements and supports a challenging academic program that trains student-athletes to persevere, to work well with others, and to test themselves both on and off the field of play. Sports Offered Spring Baseball Softball Boys Weightlifting Boys Track Girls Track Boys & Girls Tennis Athletic Directors:

Coach

Email

Tim Tedeschi John Mason Jason Guido

tedeschit@lake.k12.fl.us coachmason15@gmail.com guidoc@lake.k12.fl.us

Marilyn Orr Zachary Brenneman Soraya Lakatos Veronica Johnson

orrm@lake.k12.fl.us brennemanz@lake.k12.fl.us

Frank Scott

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Mount Dora Boosters Please visit our new webpage hurricanesabc.com for information on upcoming events, board meetings, sports passes, the McLin Fitness Center and our new line of Spirit Wear. Thank you for all of your support!

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MDHS Cheer The MDHS cheerleading squad was privileged to be able to work distributing water for the runners of the Tinker Bell Half Marathon in lovely Mt. Dora on December18th. It was a very festive event and it was enjoyable to see such enthusiasm within the community. The Lady Cane Cheerleaders had fun supporting all the athletes that participated. We wanted to thank our Athletic Director, Ms. Johnson and our Calculus teacher, Mr. Brenneman for supporting us in our endeavor to participate in with this community event. Go Canes!


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