October 2017 Volume 8 • Issue 2
RA H IG H SC H O OL
“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: Kim WalkerUpdike and Kyle Bracewell Senior Counselor: Ryan Eshbaugh Junior Counselor: Susan Ricci Sophomore Counselor: Veronica Johnson Freshman Counselor: All Counselors ESE Specialist: Zach Robertson ESE Clerk: Kathy Relford Graduation Resource: Anjanette Larkin Literacy Coach: Lizz Schlotter
Publication for the Parents, Students, Staff & Community of Mount Dora High School
From the Principal’s Desk… It is hard to believe that we have already completed the first grading period of the school year. We hope all of our families are recovering from the hurricanes and we were proud to serve our community as an overflow shelter when the others filled quickly with Floridians from many different counties. The Lake County School District has implemented a change in our calendar to make up the required time off from the school closure. Those dates will be regular school hours until 2:20 on Dec. 18, Dec. 19, Dec. 20, May 22, May 23 and May 24 to equal six hours or one instructional day. Additionally, classes will be held on March 30, formerly a nonstudent day. Our homecoming was a huge success. It was a fun week full of school spirited dress up days, hall decorating, return of the tradition: MDHS Carnival, Pep-Rally, Parade, Varsity Football Game with crowing ceremonies and the homecoming dance. We congratulate our 2017 King, Tommy Jeckovich and Queen, Emily Crabill. We also welcomed many alumni hosting their class reunions at the football game. It was great to see so many alumni on campus. In October, we also honored our Employees of the year as voted on by the MDHS staff. • Teacher of the Year: Ms. Elizabeth Schlotter- Literacy Coach. • Rookie Teacher of the Year: Ms. Mary Pinkowski, CTE Teacher • School Related Employee of the Year: Ms. Susan Heggie, Guidance Secretary These outstanding Canes will go on to represent us as the school nominations to the Lake County School District.
Data Clerks: Faith Lowe and Diana Miller Guidance Secretaries: Misi Isbill and Susan Heggie Attendance Clerk: Rhonda Mason Main Office: Debra Pfiffner and Michelle Scott 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
7:15 First Bell 7:20 - 8:03 First Period (43) 8:07 - 8:50 Second Period (43) 8:54 - 9:37 Third Period (43) 9:41 - 10:24 Fourth Period (43) 10:28 - 11:45 Fifth Period (43 + 30 lunch) 10:28 - 10:58 Lunch A (30) 11:02 - 11:45 Fifth Period A (43) 10:28 - 11:11 Fifth Period B (43) 11:15 - 11:45 Lunch B (30) 11:49 - 12:32 Sixth Period (43) 12:36 - 1:20 Seventh Period (44*)
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7:15 First Bell 7:20 - 8:13 First Period (53*) 8:17 - 9:08 Second Period (51) 9:12 - 10:03 Third Period (51) 10:07 - 10:58 Fourth Period (51) 11:02 - 12:27 Fifth Period (51 + 30 lunch) 11:02 - 11:32 Lunch A (30) 11:36 - 12:27 Fifth Period A (51) 11:02 – 11:53 Fifth Period B (51) 11:57 - 12:27 Lunch B (30) 12:31 - 1:22 Sixth Period (51) 1:26 - 2:20 Seventh Period (54*)
STUDENT CALENDAR (180 DAYS)
SEPTEMBER September 4
First Day of Classes (Thursday) First Grading Period Begins (Thursday)
Labor Day / Student Holiday (Monday)
October 13 October 16 October 17
End of First Grading Period (Friday) Non-Student Day / Teacher Work Day (Monday) Classes Resume (Tuesday) Second Grading Period Begins (Tuesday)
10 days Total
November 20-24 Thanksgiving Holiday / Student Holiday (Monday - Friday) (Monday - Tuesday / Storm Make-Up Days)
December 20 End of Second Grading Period (Wednesday) December 21-31 Winter Break
14 days Total
January 1-3 January 4
October 2017 Issue #2 Published Five Times Per Year Mount Dora High School 700 North Highland Avenue Mount Dora, FL 32757
Classes Resume (Thursday) Career Technology Programs Third Grading Period Begins (Thursday)
January 15 Martin Luther King, Jr.,Programs Birthday / Student Holiday (Monday)Agritechnology, MDHS offers a variety of Career Technology on campus including: Architectural Engineering, Digital Design, Marketing and Culinary Arts. Each year hundreds of FEBRUARY February 19 Presidents' Day / Student Holiday (Monday) 19 days MDHS students earn industry certifications, college credits and hours towards post-secondary training State of Florida. Additionally, MARCH that serve Marcas h 1a 5 foundation End for of Thigh hird Gneed radingcareers Period (in Thuthe rsda y) 11 many days Total March 16are eligible Non-Student Day / Teacher Work Day (Friday)award beginning with 2017 of our CTE students to earn Gold Seal CAPE Scholars Marcwho h 19-earn 23 a minimum Spring Breaof k (M nday-Friday) seniors, students 5opostsecondary credit hours through CAPE industry March 26 Classes Resume (Monday) 4 days certifications that articulate forFourth college credit and complete 30 volunteer service hours qualify for Grading Period Begins (Monday) a Bright Futures GSC March 30 award. Non-Student Day (Friday) (Storm Make-Up Day)program, recipients can use the award toward an Similar to the Gold Seal Vocational (GSV) applied technology diploma, career certificate program or a technical degree program (associate APRIL 21 days of applied science degree or associate of science degree). Unlike the GSV award, a recipient of aMGSC award Mwho AY ay 24completes Laastechnical t Day of Cladegree sses (Thprogram ursday) may also receive additional 1funding 8 days Total of Fourth (Thursday) to cover up to 60 credit hoursEnd toward an Grading eligiblePeriod Bachelor of Science degree or a bachelor of applied science degree program. Additional information can be found on the Florida Department of Education website at www.fldoe.org. Student Days 1st Nine Weeks - 46 2nd Nine Weeks - 42 3rd Nine Weeks - 49 4th Nine MDHS Science department would like to thank the Exxon Mobil Educational Alliance for Weeks - 43 Total generous180 their donation for helping develop our science program. Here at Mt. Dora, safety is a
focus during our labs, and we want to make sure our students have access to the best and most effective safety equipment we can provide. The old equipment was not meeting the standards our learning Canes deserve, so the generous donation of $1,000 was used to purchase new goggles (chemical/splash resistant) as well as rubberized aprons. These will be used by hundreds of students for years to come as they participate in fun, engaging, and rigorous labs to facilitate them safely learn STEM related content for their future careers/college aspirations. We deeply appreciate the thoughtful and helpful donation by the Exxon Mobil Educational Alliance.
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.
Program features include: •
46 Days “The Hurricane Forecast”
Students participating in the BTW program will receive 10 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 The following teacher is out of field for the 2017-18 school year: Linda 49 Days Spanish. Bartley,
The Student Services Department 43 Mount Days at Dora High School is designed to help each student understand their academic options, set personal goals, and achieve 180 Days 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.
Guidance Web Page
Scholarships are Available in Guidance
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. 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. FastWeb—FastWeb is a free scholarship search that does personalized scholarship matching, side-by-side 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.)
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. Be sure you are researching your options for after graduation; each option may have different admission dates, procedures and requirements. Whether you plan on attending college, the military, tech school, or have other plans after graduation, it is important to start researching these requirements now in order to be fully prepared.
Statewide Grading Scale
Mount Dora High School utilizes the statewide grading scale adopted in 2001 by the Florida Legislature: AP and Dual Honor All Other Enrollment Classes Classes 90-100% A – 6.0 A – 5.0 A – 4.00 80-89% B – 5.0 B – 4.0 B – 3.00 70-79% C – 4.0 C – 3.0 C – 2.00 60-69% D – 3.0 D – 2.0 D – 1.00 Percent
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.
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.
If a student withdraws from MDHS to pursue a G.E.D, they are not permitted to reenroll in any Lake County School.
Conferences Parents of Juniors are welcome to make an appointment with Ms. Ricci for an individual conference with your student beginning the week of October 15th. We will talk about credits, graduation path and future plans (post high school). Please call Mrs. Isbill @352-383-2177 ext. 1220 to schedule.
Student Promotions 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
4 3 4 1
Mathematics (Includes Alg. I or equivalent) Social Science Fine Arts Major Area of Interest
4 3 1 4
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 FSA ELA and certain EOC exams (depending on their cohort year). Please see your Guidance Counselor to ensure you are meeting your specific graduation requirements.
4 Parking Registration
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.
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.
The Lake County School Board allows juniors and seniors (and sophomore students starting in January), the privilege of parking vehicles in the school parking lot with the prior approval of the school principal and completion of a parking registration agreement. Under no circumstances are freshmen students, regardless of age, allowed the privilege of parking on campus. Students who choose to utilize this privilege MUST purchase an annual Mount Dora High School parking permit which must remain hanging from the rear view mirror, with the information side visible and legible from the exterior of the vehicle. Permits are not transferable, and permits are valid only for the specific vehicle registered with the school and must be renewed each year. In the event a parking permit is lost or stolen, students must immediately notify the main office to purchase a replacement tag. The Lake County School Board, Mount Dora High School, administrators, faculty and other representatives are not responsible for any items lost or stolen, vandalism or other damage done to the vehicle while on school property. Vehicles must remain locked while parking in the student parking lot. Parking permits are issued by the school and are subject to denial or revocation for violations of safety, school, county or state regulations. Parking permits will be revoked at the direction of the Mount Dora High School administration when students violate school rules and regulation, including, but not limited to, any one of the following reasons: • A student is habitually tardy; • A student uses the vehicle to skip school or leave campus without prior school authorization; • A student takes other students off campus, or picks up other students during school hours; • A student violates school, county, or state safe driving rules and regulations; • A student allows another student to use their parking permit; • A student parks in another student’s reserved space, teacher parking lot, or otherwise unauthorized parking location. Parking permits are issued on a first-come, first-served basis to students with required paperwork as long as parking spaces remain available. The following original documents are required at the time of purchase: • Parent permission form signed, witnessed, • Current Florida Vehicle Registration form; and dated; • Annual parking fee – • Student parking agreement signed and ○○ Checks made payable to Mount Dora dated; High School: • Original Florida Driver’s License; 1. $30 for Parking • Original Florida Automobile Insurance 2. $40 for Reserved Senior “Paint Your Card or policy; Spot” sites.
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.
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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.
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New Addresses/ Phone Numbers
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 Dr. Slack, Assistant Principal at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Girls Basketball Day Fri Tue Fri Tue Fri Tue Fri Thu Fri Tue Tue
Date 12/1 12/12 12/15 12/19 1/5 1/9 1/12 1/18 1/19 1/23 1/30 2/5-2/9
Opponent Tavares Eustis Trinity Catholic South Sumter The Villages Umatilla Trinity Catholic South Sumter Umatilla The Villages Tavares District Tournament
Location Mt. Dora Mt. Dora Mt. Dora Mt. Dora Mt. Dora Umatilla Trinity Catholic South Sumter Mt. Dora The Villages Tavares The Villages
JV Time V Time 4:00pm 5:30pm 7:00pm 5:30pm 6:00pm 5:30pm 7:00pm 5:30pm 7:00pm 5:30pm 7:00pm 6:00pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 7:00pm 6:00pm TBA
Head Coach: Mary Pinkowski (email@example.com) Athletic Director: Zach Robertson (firstname.lastname@example.org) Principal: Dr. Rhonda Boone (email@example.com) *Bold Denotes Home Game
Day Tue Mon Thu Mon Wed Tue Thu Wed Tue Wed Tue
Date 10/24 10/30 11/2 11/6 11/8 11/14 11/16 11/29 12/5 12/13 12/19 TBA
Opponent MDCA, Leesburg, Wildwood South Lake Umatilla Lake Minneola Tavares Umatilla Leesburg, Eustis Eustis, Umatilla The Villages South Lake Leesburg District Meet
Location Mt. Dora South Lake Mt. Dora Mt. Dora Tavares Umatilla Mt. Dora Eustis The Villages Mt. Dora Leesburg TBA
V Time 3:30pm 3:30pm 3:30pm 3:45pm 2:45pm 3:30pm 3:30pm 3:30pm 3:30pm 3:30pm 3:30pm
Head Coach: Jason Guido (firstname.lastname@example.org ) Athletic Director: Zach Robertson (email@example.com) Principal: Dr. Rhonda Boone (firstname.lastname@example.org) *Bold Denotes Home Game
Boys Basketball Day Mon Wed Tue Thu Fri Tue Thu Tue Thu Fri Tue Thur-Sat Thu Tue Fri Sat Mon Thu Fri Tue Fri Tue Thu Fri Mon
Date 11/20 11/22 11/28 11/30 12/1 12/5 12/7 12/12 12/14 12/15 12/19 12/21-23 1/4 1/9 1/12 1/13 1/15 1/18 1/19 1/23 1/26 1/30 2/1 2/2 2/5 2/12-2/16
Opponent Spruce Creek Invitational Spruce Creek Invitational East Ridge South Lake Lyman Lake Minneola Eustis The Villages Tavares Trinity Catholic South Sumter Atlantic Pre-Christmas Shootout East Ridge Umatilla Trinity Catholic Nathan Hayes Shootout Tiger MLK Classic Tavares Umatilla MDCA Eustis The Villages CFCA South Sumter Oviedo District Tournament
Location Spruce Creek Spruce Creek East Ridge Mt. Dora Mt. Dora Mt. Dora Mt. Dora The Villages Tavares Mt. Dora Mt. Dora Atlantic Mt. Dora Umatilla Trinity Catholic MDCA Jones HS Mt. Dora Mt. Dora MDCA Eustis Mt. Dora Mt. Dora South Sumter Mt. Dora Mt. Dora
Head Coach: Ariel Betancourt (email@example.com ) Athletic Director: Zach Robertson (firstname.lastname@example.org) Principal: Dr. Rhonda Boone (email@example.com) *Bold Denotes Home Game
JV Time 5:30pm 5:30pm 6:00pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 4:00pm 4:30pm 5:30pm 4:30pm 4:30pm 5:30pm 4:30pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 5:30pm
V Time 5:30pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:30pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:30pm TBA 7:00pm 7:30pm 7:30pm 2:00pm TBA 7:00pm 7:30pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm TBA
7 Boys Soccer Day Tue Wed Thu Mon Tue Thu Fri Tue Thu Fri Mon Tue Thu Thu Fri Tue Mon
Date 11/14 11/15 11/16 12/4 12/5 12/7 12/8 12/12 12/14 1/5 1/8 1/9 1/11 1/18 1/19 1/23 1/29
Opponent Trinity Catholic (Ocala) South Sumter Central (Brooksville) Umatilla Dunnellon Trinity Catholic (Ocala) Central (Brooksville) Umatilla The Villages Dunnellon Leesburg Mt. Dora Christian The Villages South Sumter Tavares Eustis District Tournament Starts
Girls Soccer Location Ocala Mt. Dora Mt. Dora Umatilla Mt. Dora Mt. Dora Brooksville Mt. Dora The Villages Dunnellon Mt. Dora Mt. Dora Christian Mt. Dora Bushnell Tavares Mt. Dora South Sumter (Bushnell)
JV Time V Time 5:30pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 4:30pm 7:00pm 3:30pm 7:00pm 5:30pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 5:30pm 7:00pm 6:00pm 5:00pm 7:00pm 7:30pm 5:30pm 7:00pm 6:00pm 5:30pm 7:00pm 5:30pm 7:00pm TBA TBA
Head Coach: Patrick Criner (firstname.lastname@example.org ) Athletic Director: Zach Robertson (email@example.com) Principal: Dr. Rhonda Boone (firstname.lastname@example.org) *Bold Denotes Home Game
Day Tue Thu Tue Thu Tue Thu Mon Thu Tue Thu Fri Tue Wed Fri Tue Mon
Date 11/7 11/9 11/14 11/16 11/28 11/30 12/4 12/7 12/12 12/14 1/5 1/9 1/10 1/12 1/16 1/22
Opponent Lake Highland Prep Lake Minneola Apopka Central (Brooksville) Umatilla South Sumter Father Lopez (Daytona Beach) Trinity Catholic (Ocala) Forest (Ocala) The Villages Tavares Mt. Dora Christian Eustis Dunnellon Leesburg District Tournament Starts
Location Lake Highland Prep Lake Minneola Mt. Dora Brooksville Umatilla Mt. Dora Mt. Dora Mt. Dora Ocala Mt. Dora Tavares Mt. Dora Christian Mt. Dora Mt. Dora Leesburg The Villages
JV Time V Time 6:00pm 5:30pm 7:00pm 5:30pm 7:00pm 5:30pm 7:00pm 3:30pm 5:00pm 3:30pm 5:00pm 6:00pm 5:00pm 5:30pm 7:00pm 5:30pm 7:00pm 6:00pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 7:00pm 6:30pm 5:30pm 7:00pm TBA TBA
Head Coach: Brian Farwell (email@example.com) Athletic Director: Zach Robertson (firstname.lastname@example.org) Principal: Dr. Rhonda Boone (email@example.com) *Bold Denotes Home Game
Non Profit Organization U.S. Postage Paid Orlando, FL Permit #2346 Mount Dora High School 700 North Highland Avenue Mount Dora, FL 32757
SPORTS Mt. Dora High School
Coaching Roster Fall Sports • • • • • •
Football - Chris Stephenson - firstname.lastname@example.org Cross Country - Erik Belanger - email@example.com Bowling - Theresa Lawson - firstname.lastname@example.org Volleyball - Mary Pinkowski - email@example.com Swimming - Ariel Bentancourt - firstname.lastname@example.org Golf - Ted Dwyer - email@example.com
• • • • •
Boys Basketball - Ariel Bentancourt - firstname.lastname@example.org Girls Basketball - Mary Pinkowski - email@example.com Girls Weighlifting - Jason Guido - firstname.lastname@example.org Boys Soccer - Patrick Criner email@example.com Girls Soccer - Brian Farwell firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring Sports • • • • •
Baseball - Tim Tedeschi - email@example.com Softball - John Mason - firstname.lastname@example.org Boys Weightlifting - Jason Guido - email@example.com Track - Marilyn Orr - firstname.lastname@example.org Tennis
Athletic Director: Zach Robertson - email@example.com Assistant Athletic Director: Bill Larkin - firstname.lastname@example.org
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