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SEMINOLE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS


AGENDA
April 25, 2006
7:00 p.m. for regular School Board Meeting
Educational Support Center
400 E. Lake Mary Boulevard
Sanford, FL 32773
I.

CALL TO ORDER by Chairman Jeanne Morris


A. Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance
B. Roll Call
C. Acknowledgement of Business Advisory Board member
representative, PTA representative and Seminole County
Association of Student Councils representative in attendance
D. Agenda Modifications
1. Items selected for removal:
2. Items selected for clarifying questions:
3. Items selected for separate consideration:
E. Agenda Modifications Other
F. Approval of Agenda

II.

PRESENTATIONS/RECOGNITION
A. You Make Us Proud
B. Community Resource Volunteers
C. Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting

AGENDA MODIFICATIONS

PRESENTATIONS

CONSENT AGENDA

MINUTES

III.

SCHOOL/DISTRICT HIGHLIGHTS
A. Rosenwald Center Video Presentation

IV.

CONSENT AGENDA Superintendents Recommendation: That the


Consent Agenda be approved as presented.
School Board Issues
*A. That the School Board approve the minutes of April 3, 10 and 11,
2006.

Pg. 1
Pg. 2

Pg. 3

WORK SESSION
SUMMARY

*B.

That the School Board accept as part of its permanent record the
report of the April 11, 2006 work session to review the District
Technology Plan.

Pg. 13

POLICY 6.891

*C.

That the School Board preliminarily approve the proposed


revisions to Policy 6.891, Acceptable Use Policy for Electronic
Resources Employee, and grant permission to advertise.

Pg. 14

PERSONNEL
RECOMMENDATIONS
ANNUAL CONTRACT
REAPPOINTMENTS

Personnel Issues
*D. That the School Board approve the personnel recommendations
as presented.
*E.

That the School Board approve the Annual Contract Personnel


Reappointments as presented.

*Denotes an Action Item vs. an Information Item.

Pg. 20

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INSTRUCTIONAL
RECOMMENDATIONS
FOR PSC

*F.

That the School Board approve the Instructional


Recommendations for Professional Services Contract as
presented.

Pg. 93

ADMINISTRATIVE
ANNUAL CONTRACT
REAPPOINTMENTS

*G.

That the School Board approve the Administrative Annual Contract


Personnel Reappointments as presented.

Pg. 104

OUT OF FIELD SURVEY

*H.

That the School Board approve the out of field report-survey II as


presented.

Pg. 114

INVENTORY REMOVALS

Financial Issues
*I. That the School Board authorize the inventory removals as listed.

Pg. 116

BUDGET AMENDMENTS

*J.

That the School Board approve Budget Amendment Numbers 48


through 53 as presented.

Pg. 132

BIDS/REQUESTS FOR
PROPOSALS

*K.

That the School Board approve the recommendations for bids or


requests for proposals listed.

Pg. 134

PURCHASES

*L.

That the School Board approve the purchases listed and any
applicable contracts/agreements that may be associated with the
various purchases.

Pg. 135

OHS ADDIT./RENOV.

Facilities Issues
*M. That the School Board approve the Phase III construction
documents for additions and renovations to Oviedo High School.

Pg. 136

OHS ADDIT./RENOV.

*N.

That the School Board approve Amendment No. 1 to the


construction managers contract in the amount of $1,397,417
submitted by BEK/Suitt Construction Company, Inc. for Phase 1 of
the Oviedo High School Additions and Renovations project.

Pg. 137

MARKHAM WOODS
MIDDLE

*O.

That the School Board approve Change Order NO. 10 in the net
additive amount of $51,896 for the Markham Woods Middle
School project.

Pg. 138

SCHOOL OPENING/
CLOSING TIMES

School Issues
*P. That the School Board approve the list of recommended school
opening and closing times for the 2006/2007 school year.

Pg. 139

FIELD TRIPS

*Q.

That the School Board approve student attendance for the field
trips listed.

Pg. 142

GRANT

*R.

That the School Board approve submission of the Tobacco


Prevention and Intervention Teacher Training Grant application.

Pg. 143

MEDICAID
ADMINISTRATIVE
CLAIMING

DISTRICT
TECHNOLOGY PLAN

Miscellaneous Issues
*S. That the School Board approve the revised fees for having SCPS
continue as the data manager to support the 45 Florida school
districts using the Medicaid Administrative Claiming System
(MACS).
*T.

That the School Board accept the 2006-2009 District Technology


Plan as presented.

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PUBLIC COMMENTS

V.

ITEMS REMOVED FOR SEPARATE CONSIDERATION

VI.

BOARD: ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION

VII.

PUBLIC COMMENTS

VIII.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS
*A. Superintendent's Recommendation: That the School Board
adopt Policy 5.375, Student Attendance (High School).

POLICY 5.375

POLICY 5.71

*B.

IX.
POLICY MANUAL
UPDATE MARCH, 2006
SUPERINTENDENTS
REPORT

BOARD MEMBER
COMMENTS

X.

XI.

Superintendent's Recommendation: That the School Board


adopt revised Policy 5.71, Directory Information.

NEW BUSINESS
*A. Superintendent's Recommendation: That the School Board
approve the revisions to the policies listed.
SUPERINTENDENTS REPORT
A. District Parent Climate Survey Results 2005/2006
B. Choices Magnet and Cluster Schools 2006/2007 Application
Timeline
C. Policy 5.40, Student Control Proposed Revisions
D. Immunization
E. Defibrillators for Middle Schools
F. ESSS Department Highlights
G. Elementary Highlights
H. Middle School Highlights
I. High School Highlights
J. Other
BOARD MEMBER COMMENTS

*Please see next page for calendar and notices.

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CALENDAR
Note: A list of all public meetings held by the school district may be obtained by visiting the district's website at www.scps.us and
selecting the "Public Meetings" webpage.
NOTES
MEETING DESCRIPTION
Training Rooms 1 and 2
Work Session - Update on the Strategic Plan
School Board Meeting
Abbreviated School Board Meeting immediately followed by a School Board Meeting in Board Room,
Workshop in Training Rooms 1 and 2
Budget Workshop

DATE
25-Apr
25-Apr

TIME
3:00 PM
7:00 PM

9-May

1:30 PM

15-May

9:30 AM

Central Florida Public School Boards Coalition Meeting

23-May

5:30 PM

School Board Meeting

15-Jun

7:30 AM

Central Florida Public School Boards Coalition Meeting

20-Jun
11-Jul

5:30 PM
5:30 PM

25-Jul

5:05 PM

25-Jul
8-Aug
22-Aug
22-Aug

5:30 PM
5:30 PM
3:00 PM
7:00 PM

12-Sep

3:00 PM

School Board Meeting


School Board Meeting
Public Hearing regarding Adoption of 2006/2007 Tentative
Budget
School Board Meeting
School Board Meeting
Work Session - Update on the Strategic Plan
School Board Meeting
Work Session - Open Discussion between School Board
Members

12-Sep

5:05 PM

12-Sep

5:30 PM

Orange County Public Schools' Educational


Leadership Center, 445 West Amelia Avenue,
Orlando, Ph: 407/317-3200

Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay, 2900 Bayport Drive,


Tampa, Ph: 813/874-1234

Training Rooms 1 and 2

Public Hearing regarding Adoption of 2006/2007 Final Budget

School Board Meeting


Training Rooms 1 and 2
Joint Work Session with the Teacher Advisory Board and
26-Sep
4:30 PM
Principals' Forum
26-Sep
7:00 PM
School Board Meeting
10-Oct
5:30 PM
School Board Meeting
Training Rooms 1 and 2
24-Oct
6:15 PM
National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists Reception
24-Oct
7:00 PM
School Board Meeting
Training Rooms 1 and 2
14-Nov
5:30 PM
Teacher Appreciation Reception
21-Nov
5:30 PM
Reorganization of the Board
21-Nov
5:40 PM
Seminole School Board Leasing Corporation Meeting
21-Nov
5:45 PM
School Board Meeting
*Note: Discipline Hearings are usually held every Monday (excluding holidays, Fall & Spring Breaks, etc.)
**Note: Unless indicated otherwise, all meetings are held at the Educational Support Center, 400 E. Lake Mary Boulevard, Sanford

NOTICE: The "Public Input" segment of the meeting is provided for the purpose of permitting persons to present specific matters to the School Board for its
consideration and action or referral to the Superintendent and his staff for inquiry and action as appropriate. The public input segment of the meeting is not open to
presentation of campaign issues by political candidates, matters involving student disciplinary actions, pending employee disciplinary matters, or pending litigation.
Speakers will be limited to 3 minutes and must clearly identify the matter to be addressed on the speaker sign-up form.
NOTICE: In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons with a disability, who require accommodations to participate in this proceeding should
contact Mr. John Reichert, Executive Director of Human Resources and Professional Standards, Seminole County Public Schools, Educational Support Center, 400
East Lake Mary Boulevard, Sanford, FL 32773 (407) 320-0097; TTD (407) 320-0273; or Florida Relay Service (800) 955-8770 (v). Reasonable notice is required. At
least 5 days notice is requested.
NOTICE: If any person appearing before the School Board anticipates or expects that he or she might appeal any decision made by the School Board, that person
will need a record of the proceedings, and that for such purpose, that person will need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. F.S. 286.0105.

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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SEMINOLE COUNTY

INFORMATION ITEM:

YOU MAKE US PROUD

II.A.
Item Number

The following students and staff will be recognized at the April 25, 2006 school board meeting for their
achievement for the You Make Us Proud Award.

Mu Alpha Theta Invitational


Contest
nd
Seminole High -2 Place Overall
nd

Algebra 2 Team 2 Place


Kevin Jen
Anthony Phan
Rohini Shivamoggi
Faraz Yashar
nd

Calculus Team 2 Place


Trent Carden
Bryan Hood
Bharath Rathakrishnan
Nimish Ramanlal

2006 MathCounts State


Competition
Greenwood Lakes Middle
rd
3 Place
Conner Harrington
Andrew Hua
Austin Reed
Akshay Save
Ruchi Jahagirdar alternate
Coach Michael McDonald
Coach Michael Pentz

Calculus Individual
st
Nimish Ramanlal 1 Place

Jackson Heights Middle


st
1 Place
Dylan Belfield
Gene Katsevich
Gloria Leung
Kushal Ramanlal
Luke Pearson alternate

Mr. Trung Vong - teacher

Coach Bob White

Bright House Networks


Star Teacher Award Semifinalists
Greenwood Lakes Middle
Janice Anderson
Lucille Case
Jessica Ayres, Margie Dilmore,
Nancy Keck
Robin Abrams, Tracy Mestre,
Maryann Venezia
Lake Brantley High
Holly Horton
Lake Howell High
Sara Borosky
Millennium Middle
Nicole Suecof Lee
Milwee Middle
Kelly Dorn, Kathleen James

2. Prepared by:

3. Board Meeting Date


John Reichert
Exec. Director of Human Resources and Professional Standards
Regina Klaers, Director
Community Involvement
Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: None

4/25/06

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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SEMINOLE COUNTY

INFORMATION ITEM:

COMMUNITY RESOURCE VOLUNTEERS


PRESENTATION

II.B.
Item Number

The theme of National Volunteer Week 2006, April 23-29, is Inspire by Example, because it truly reflects
the power volunteers have to inspire the people they help, as well as to inspire others to serve. During
this special time it is appropriate that we honor some of the inspiring speakers of the Dividends
Community Resource Volunteer Program. This school year, the Dividends Department has coordinated
1,900 classroom presentations. The CRV (Speakers Bureau) catalogue which is available online to all
teachers in the district, offers 1,435 speakers, 560 topics, and 150 careers.
.
Today we are honoring 3 outstanding speakers for the 2005-06 school year:
Seminole Community College of Nursing Judy Laney
For the past four years SCC nursing students have presented an interactive program called Theyre Rich
Youre Dead. The program covers the consequences of tobacco use. The highlight of the program is
the demonstration of pig lungs. One set of lungs is normal; the other set depicts diseased lungs. This
school year, 26 SCC nursing student volunteers have presented this program to middle and high school
students.
Kids House Andrea Ray
Andrea Ray has been with the Speakers Bureau since November 2004. She presents programs on child
abuse and its effects on children. One of our students who experienced the program wrote, Thank you
for coming to speak to us about child abuse. I dont know if you realized, but I was severely abused as a
child and it is uncomfortable to me to hear about it, but you made it so much easier for me to hear it. You
were very pleasant to listen to. Thanks a lot!
Safe house of Seminole Michelle Figuerora
Since 1998, Safehouses speakers have covered such topics as Teenage Dating, Bullying, and the
H.E.A.L. Program. Michelle Figuerora has been with the CRV Program for the past 3 years. She
presents the teenage dating program at the high schools, and the bullying program at middle and
elementary schools. With the H.E.A.L. Program, elementary school students are educated about
domestic violence and having a safe plan in case they experience it in their home or a friends home.

2. Prepared by:

3. Board Meeting Date


John Reichert
, Exec. Director of Human Resources and Professional Standards
Regina Klaers, Director Community Involvement/Public Information

4/25/06

Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: None

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ACTION ITEM:

MINUTES

IV.A.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board approve the minutes of April 3, 10 and 11, 2006.
2. Background/Analysis:
None

3. Fiscal Impact:
Not applicable.

4. Prepared by:

Bill Vogel, Superintendent

5. Board Meeting Date

4/25/06

Attachment(s): 4/3/06 and 4/10/06 Discipline Hearing minutes


4/11/06 School Board Meeting minutes
Back-up not in agenda book: None
Materials for signature: Original minutes

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DISCIPLINE HEARINGS, April 3, 2006


THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SEMINOLE COUNTY
The School Board of Seminole County convened on Monday, April 3, 2006, for the purpose of
conducting discipline hearings. Board members, Mrs. Diane Bauer and Mr. Barry Gainer were
present to hear the recommendations. Mr. Gene Grace and Mrs. Maria Marrero were also
present.
CONSENT AGENDA
Superintendents Recommendation: That the school board approve the Consent Agenda provided
to the attending board members for students numbered 1-9 on the agenda.
Recommendation of the Board: That the consent agenda denote that the recommendation for
student number two a student from Lake Howell High School was modified and will attend our
District Alternative School through June 2007.
DISCIPLINE HEARINGS
Names of students numbered 1-7 with various recommendations were provided on a Discipline
Hearing Agenda to the attending board members by Mr. Gene Grace.
ASSIGNMENT OF STUDENT NO.1 LYMAN HIGH SCHOOL
Superintendents Recommendation: That STUDENT NO.1LYMAN HIGH SCHOOL be assigned
to our District Alternative School through January 2007.
Recommendation of the Board: That STUDENT NO.1 LYMAN HIGH SCHOOL be assigned to
our District Alternative School through July 2006.
ASSIGNMENT OF STUDENT NO.2 LAKE HOWELL HIGH SCHOOL
CONTINUED
ASSIGNMENT OF STUDENT NO.3 LAKE HOWELL HIGH SCHOOL
Superintendents Recommendation: That STUDENT NO.3LAKE HOWELL HIGH SCHOOL be
assigned to our District Alternative School through January 2007.
Recommendation of the Board: That STUDENT NO.3 LAKE HOWELL HIGH SCHOOL be
assigned to our District Alternative School through December 2006.
EXPULSION OF STUDENT NO.4LAKE HOWELL HIGH SCHOOL
Superintendents Recommendation: That STUDENT NO.4LAKE HOWELL HIGH SCHOOL be
expelled and fully excluded from Lake Howell High School and all Seminole County Public
Schools through January 2007.
Recommendation of the Board: That STUDENT NO.4 LAKE HOWELL HIGH SCHOOL be
expelled and fully excluded from Greenwood Lake Howell High School and all Seminole County
Public Schools through December 2006.
EXPULSION OF STUDENT NO.5 LAKE MARY HIGH SCHOOL
Superintendents Recommendation: That STUDENT NO. 5LAKE MARY HIGH SCHOOL be
expelled and fully excluded from Lake Mary High School and all Seminole County Public Schools
through August 2006.
Recommendation of the Board: That STUDENT NO. 5LAKE MARY HIGH SCHOOL be expelled
and fully excluded from Lake Mary High School and all Seminole County Public Schools through
July 2006.

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ASSIGNMENT OF STUDENT NO.6 LAKE MARY HIGH SCHOOL


Superintendents Recommendation: That STUDENT NO. 6 LAKE MARY HIGH SCHOOL be
assigned to our District Alternative School through May 2006.
Recommendation of the Board: That STUDENT NO .6 LAKE MARY HIGH SCHOOL be
assigned to our District Alternative School through May 2006.
ASSIGNMENT OF STUDENT NO.7MILLENNIUM MIDDLE SCHOOL
Superintendents Recommendation: That STUDENT NO. 7 MILLENNIUM MIDDLE SCHOOL be
assigned to our District Alternative School through January 2007.
Recommendation of the Board: That STUDENT NO.7 MILLENNIUM MIDDLE SCHOOL be
assigned to our District Alternative School through December 2006.

William Vogel

Jeanne Morris

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DISCIPLINE HEARINGS, April 10, 2006


THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SEMINOLE COUNTY
The School Board of Seminole County convened on Monday, April 10, 2006, for the purpose of
conducting discipline hearings. Board member, Mrs. Jeanne Morris was present to hear the
recommendations. Mr. Gene Grace and Mrs. Maria Marrero were also present.
CONSENT AGENDA
Superintendents Recommendation: That the school board approve the Consent Agenda provided
to the attending board members for students numbered 1-17 on the agenda.
Recommendation to the Board: That the consent agenda be approved as presented.
DISCIPLINE HEARINGS
Names of students numbered 1-7 with various recommendations were provided on a Discipline
Hearing Agenda to the attending board member by Mr. Gene Grace.
ASSIGNMENT OF STUDENT NO.1 LAKE MARY HIGH SCHOOL
Superintendents Recommendation: That STUDENT NO.1LAKE MARY HIGH SCHOOL be
assigned to our District Alternative School through May 2006.
Recommendation to the Board: That STUDENT NO.1LAKE MARY HIGH SCHOOL be assigned
to our District Alternative School through May 2006.
EXPULSION OF STUDENT NO.2WINTER SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL
CONTINUED
EXPULSION OF STUDENT NO.3OVIEDO HIGH SCHOOL
Superintendents Recommendation: That STUDENT NO.3OVIEDO HIGH SCHOOL be expelled
and fully excluded from Oviedo High School and all Seminole County Public Schools through May
2007.
Recommendation to the Board: That STUDENT NO.3OVIEDO HIGH SCHOOL be expelled and
fully excluded from Oviedo Howell High School and all Seminole County Public Schools through
December 2006.
ASSIGNMENT OF STUDENT NO.4 TUSKAWILLA MIDDLE SCHOOL
Superintendents Recommendation: That STUDENT NO.4TUSKAWILLA MIDDLE SCHOOL be
assigned to our District Alternative School through December 31, 2006.
Recommendation to the Board: That STUDENT NO.4TUSKAWILLA MIDDLE SCHOOL be
assigned to our District Alternative School through December 31, 2006.
ASSIGNMENT OF STUDENT NO.5INDIAN TRAILS MIDDLE SCHOOL
Superintendents Recommendation: That STUDENT NO.5INDIAN TRAILS MIDDLE SCHOOL
be assigned to our District Alternative School through January 2007.
Recommendation to the Board: That STUDENT NO.5INDIAN TRAILS MIDDLE SCHOOL be
assigned to our District Alternative School through August 2006.

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ASSIGNMENT OF STUDENT NO.7LAWTON CHILES MIDDLE SCHOOL


Superintendents Recommendation: That STUDENT NO.7LAWTON CHILES MIDDLE SCHOOL
be assigned to our District Alternative School through June 2007.
Recommendation to the Board: That STUDENT NO.7 LAWTON CHILES MIDDLE SCHOOL be
assigned to our District Alternative School through June 2007.

William Vogel

Jeanne Morris

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SEMINOLE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS


SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
April 11, 2006
Minutes

I.

CALL TO ORDER by Chairman Jeanne Morris at 5:38 p.m.


A. The Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance were led by School
Board Member Sandra Robinson.
B. Roll Call: All School Board Members (Vice Chairman Diane
Bauer, Member Barry Gainer, Chairman Jeanne Morris, Member
Sandra Robinson, and Member Dede Schaffner) were present.
Also, present were Superintendent Bill Vogel, Attorney Ned Julian
and Clerk Karen Ponder.
C. Acknowledgement of Business Advisory Board member
representative, PTA representative and Seminole County
Association of Student Councils representative in attendance
D. Agenda Modifications
1. Items selected for removal: None
2. Items selected for clarifying questions:
Item IV.J., Paul J. Hagerty High School Project: Change
Order No. 11
Item IV.M., Advanced Placement Incentive Grant
Item IV.P., Overnight Field Trip Spring Lake Elementary
Item IV.Q., Field Trip Request
3. Items selected for separate consideration:
Item IV.T., Consideration of Proposed Final Order in the
Matter of the Recommended Expulsion of Student
#5997553556
E. Agenda Modifications Item III.A. was replaced with a video
highlighting Hagerty High School due to technical difficulties with
the Crooms AOIT video. Dr. Vogel modified Addendum Item
IV.C., Personnel Recommendations, Administrative Appointments
for 2005/2006, Item No. 1, Jeffrey Fose as Assistant Principal at
Bear Lake Elementary School. Also, addition of the addendum
package:
Item IV.C., Personnel Recommendations
Item IV.U., Authorization of Workers Compensation
Settlement Regarding Mae Campbell
Item IV.V., Delinquency Prevention Grant
F. Approval of Agenda: Chairman Morris stated that, without
objection, the agenda would be approved including the addition of
the addendum package for good cause. The agenda was
approved by unanimous consent of the Board.

II.

PRESENTATIONS/RECOGNITION
A. Speak Out Hotline Poster Contest
B. Hamilton Drum Line Performance
C. You Make Us Proud

AGENDA MODIFICATIONS

PRESENTATIONS

*Denotes an Action Item vs. an Information Item.

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CONSENT AGENDA

III.

SCHOOL/DISTRICT HIGHLIGHTS
A. Hagerty High School Video Presentation

IV.

CONSENT AGENDA Superintendents Recommendation: That the


Consent Agenda be approved as presented. Vice Chairman Bauer moved
to approve the Superintendents recommendation. Member Gainer
seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

MINUTES

*A.

The School Board approved the minutes of March 20, 21 and 27,
2006.

WORK SESSION
SUMMARY

*B.

The School Board accepted as part of its permanent record the


report of the Joint Work Session between the School Board and
the Seminole County Association of Student Councils held on
March 21, 2006.

Item 1

PERSONNEL
RECOMMENDATIONS

*C.

The School Board approved the personnel recommendations


including those presented in the addendum package.

Item 2

JOB DESCRIPTION

*D.

The School Board approved the revised job description Plans


Examiner as presented.

FINANCIAL STATEMENT

*E.

The School Board approved the Monthly Financial Statement for


the period beginning February 1, 2006 and ending February 28,
2006 as presented.

RFP: GROUP BENEFITS


AGENT

*F.

The School Board approved the distribution of the Request for


Proposal for Group Benefits Agent Services, RFP #102992 and
confirm the appointment School Board Vice Chairman Diane
Bauer to the evaluation committee.

BIDS/REQUESTS FOR
PROPOSALS

*G.

The School Board approved the recommendations for bids or


requests for proposals listed.

PURCHASES

*H.

The School Board approved the purchases listed and any


applicable contracts/agreements that may be associated with the
various purchases.

KEETH ELEM. HVAC/


FIRE SPRINKLERS

*I.

The School Board approved Change Order No. 1 in the net


deductive amount of ($99,792.79) for the HVAC & Fire Sprinkler
Phase 2 project at Keeth Elementary School.

Item 4

HAGERTY HIGH

*J.

The School Board approved Change Order No. 11 in the net


additive amount of $57,336 for the Paul J. Hagerty High School
project.

Item 5

CRYSTAL LAKE ELEM.

*K.

The School Board approved the reduction of retainage to five


percent for the new Crystal Lake Elementary School project.

KEETH ELEM. HVAC/


FIRE SPRINKLERS

*L.

The School Board approved the final acceptance and release of


retainage on the Keeth Elementary School HVAC and Fire
Sprinkler Phase 2, Amendment No. 2 project.

Item 3

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GRANT

*M.

The School Board approved submission of the Advanced


Placement Incentive Grant application.

GRANT

*N.

The School Board approved submission of the Enhancing


Education Through Technology 2 Grant application.

GRANT

*O.

The School Board approved submission of the Carol White


Physical Education Grant application.

FIELD TRIP

*P.

The School Board approved student attendance on the overnight


field trip listed for Spring Lake Elementary School students.

FIELD TRIPS

*Q.

The School Board approved student attendance on the field trips


listed.

NEW HORIZONS
PROGRAM

*R.

The School Board approved the cooperative agreement between


the Seminole County School Board and the Center for Drug Free
Living, Inc., a Florida not-for-profit corporation, located in Orlando.
The contract is specifically for the New Horizons Program.

Item 6

FINANCIAL
RESPONSIBILITY
RELEASE

*S.

The School Board approved the authorization for execution of the


financial responsibility release as presented.

Item 7

FINAL ORDER

*T.

Removed for separate consideration

WORKERS COMP.
SETTLEMENT

*U.

The School Board approved the settlement of the workers


compensation claim of Mae Campbell as recommended by
Michael Peterson, Esq.

GRANT

*V.

The School Board approved the submission of the Delinquency


Prevention Grant application.

V.

ITEMS REMOVED FOR SEPARATE CONSIDERATION


Due to the confidentiality of a discipline hearing, Items Removed
for Separate Consideration will be heard at the end of the meeting
in closed session.

VI.

BOARD: ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION


Member Robinson discussed the various events/activities the Board
attends. She discussed Career Night and encouraged all high schools to
offer career nights. She discussed the Advanced Placement Art Show and
her participation in Leadership Seminole. Lastly, she discussed her
participation in the myregion.org project How Shall We Grow.

Item 8

Vice Chairman Bauer discussed the recent Council of Local Governments


in Seminole County meeting. She discussed the Teacher of the Year
celebration. She discussed busing and would like the state to change its
definition of hazardous walking conditions. She commended the creators
of The Bus Line. She announced the I-Safe Oviedo pilot program. Lastly,
she discussed the possibility of presenting the District Technology Plan to
the PTA and SAC members.

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BOARD: ITEMS FOR


DISCUSSION continued

Member Schaffner discussed student government initiatives including


letters written to legislators regarding the student attendance calendar.
She discussed a performance of Peter Pan by Lake Mary High School
students. She discussed the student governments leadership training.
She visited Oviedo High School and judged the senior projects. She
visited Teague Middle School and discussed leadership. She was very
pleased with Teacher of the Year celebration. Lastly, she discussed
st
Midways 1 Heritage Festival.
Member Gainer visited English Estates Elementary Schools International
Evening. He visited Lake Brantley High and Rock Lake Middle schools
Relay for Life events. He attended Light Up Lyman and the Exceptional
Student Support Services Recognition Breakfast. He served on the Take
Stock In Children program committee. He attended the program on higher
education hosted by the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce,
Woodlands Elementary Schools spaghetti dinner and Lyman High
Schools Outstanding Greyhound program. He also attended the AP Art
Show and the Seminole County Association of Student Councils
leadership program.
Chairman Morris discussed the Boards attendance at the State of
Education in Florida luncheon (Commissioner of Education Phil Handy
was the guest speaker). She discussed the work of the Insurance
Committee, specifically negotiating with Cigna for the renewal of the
districts health insurance. She discussed the Boards participation in the
th
Florida School Boards Associations 18 Annual Day In The Legislature.
She discussed speaking to Leadership Orlando regarding smart growth
and announced that Leadership Orlando plans to hold its Education
Session in Seminole. She discussed a My Word column by Ann Geiger,
Orange County School Board Member, regarding Class Size Done Right.
Lastly, she discussed the Sanford/Seminole YouthBuild Program Grant
and appointed herself to serve on the committee.

PUBLIC COMMENTS

POLICY STUDENT
ATTENDANCE (HIGH
SCHOOL)

VII.

PUBLIC COMMENTS
There were no requests to address the Board.

VIII.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS
*A. Superintendent's Recommendation: That the School Board
consider public input and preliminarily approve the proposed
Policy 5.375, Student Attendance (High School) for advertising.
Board Action: Vice Chairman Bauer moved to approve the
Superintendents recommendation. Member Schaffner seconded
the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

POLICY DIRECTORY
INFORMATION

*B.

Superintendent's Recommendation: That the School Board


accept public input and preliminarily approve the proposed
revisions to Policy 5.71, Directory Information for advertising.
Board Action: Vice Chairman Bauer moved to approve the
Superintendents recommendation. Member Schaffner seconded
the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

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Seminole County School Board Meeting April 11, 2006

IX.
ENERGY
CONSERVATION
RESOLUTION

NEW BUSINESS
*A. Superintendent's Recommendation: That the School Board
adopt Resolution 2006-04 stating support of the Energy
Conservation Task Force.

Item 9

Board Action: Vice Chairman Bauer moved to approve the


Superintendents recommendation. Member Robinson seconded
the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
SUPERINTENDENTS
REPORT

BOARD MEMBER
COMMENTS

X.

SUPERINTENDENTS REPORT
A. Phase II Middle School Rezoning Choice Options Summary
B. Random Selection Summary for School Year 2006-2007
C. School Library Media Month Activities
D. Update on Student Residency Check
E. Perfect Attendance Report
F. Policy Manual Update
G. Proposed Policy Regarding 504 Compliance by Vendors Providing
Off-Campus Services to Students
H. ESSS Department Highlights
I. Elementary Highlights
J. Middle School Highlights
K. High School Highlights
L. Other John Pavelchak updated the Board on inventory control
procedures.

XI.

BOARD MEMBER COMMENTS


There were no additional Board Member comments.

Chairman Morris recessed the meeting at 8:00 p.m. and reconvened the meeting
at 8:09 p.m. The Board moved to closed session at 8:09 p.m.

FINAL ORDER

ITEMS REMOVED FOR SEPARATE CONSIDERATION


*T. Superintendents Recommendation: The School Board entered
the Final Order, as presented, in the matter of expulsion of student
#5997553556.
Board Action: Vice Chairman Bauer moved to adopt the final
order as presented. Member Robinson seconded the motion. The
motion passed unanimously.

The meeting was moved to open session and adjourned at 8:38 p.m.

Bill Vogel, Superintendent

Jeanne Morris, Chairman

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ACTION ITEM:

WORK SESSION SUMMARY APRIL 11, 2006

IV.B.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County accept as part of its permanent record this report of the
April 11, 2006 work session to review the District Technology Plan.
2. Background/Analysis:
Dr. Ann Kohler provided an historical perspective of the various District Technology Plans. The
current plan expires June, 2006. The state has implemented essential components to be included in
all school districts plans. Seminole has incorporated the states required essential components into its
existing plan. The state requires that plans be submitted by April 14, 2006, pending School Board
acceptance. The plan will be submitted to the State and School Board acceptance is scheduled for
April 25, 2006.
District staff reviewed each of the goals described below:
Goal 1 Technology will be effectively utilized to enrich the quality of learning and teaching to
improve student performance.
Goal 2 All students, educators and staff will have equitable, effective and appropriate access to
technology.
Goal 3 Leaders at the District and site levels actively promote and support technology
initiatives.
Goal 4 Professional Development will be provided to support the Districts educational
technology objectives.
Goal 5 Parents, teachers, staff, students and the community will be provided access to
technology beyond the school day.
Goal 6 The district will increase and improve communication with parents, teachers, staff,
students and the community.
Goal 7 A forward-looking technology infrastructure (hosting, transport, delivery and connectivity)
will be provided to support the instructional and administrative uses of technology.
Goal 8 Administrative capabilities will be maintained, upgraded and supported.
Dr. Vogel and John Reichert discussed Policy 6.891 Acceptable Use Policy for Electronic Resources
Employee and the guidelines for implementation of the policy. The Board reviewed several
proposed revisions. The revisions will be advertised and submitted to the Board for adoption at a later
date.

3. Fiscal Impact:
There is no fiscal impact to the District associated with this action.
4. Prepared by:

Dr. Bill Vogel, Superintendent


Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: None

5. Board Meeting Date

4/25/06

Materials for signature: None

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ACTION ITEM:

POLICY 6.891, ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY FOR ELECTRONIC


RESOURCES - EMPLOYEE

IV.C.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County preliminarily approve the proposed revisions to Policy
6.891, Acceptable Use Policy for Electronic Resources Employee, and grant permission to advertise.
2. Background/Analysis:
The proposed revisions to Policy 6.891 were discussed in work session on April 11, 2006. The
proposed revised policy is now submitted for preliminary approval and permission to advertise. The
proposed revisions will be resubmitted for final adoption at a later date.

3. Fiscal Impact:
There is no fiscal impact to the District at this time.

4. Prepared by:

5. Board Meeting Date


John Reichert
Exec. Director of Human Resources/Professional Standards

4/25/06

Attachment(s): Proposed revised policy


Back-up not in agenda book: None
Materials for signature: None

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CHAPTER 6.00 HUMAN RESOURCES

ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY FOR ELECTRONIC RESOURCES EMPLOYEE


6.891+
I.

Use of Electronic Resources


A.

Work Related or Educational Activities


Use of the electronic resources including the internet, e-mail and other
systems must be in support of the educational goals and policies of
Seminole County School Board.

B.

Personal Communications
Employees are not permitted to utilize electronic resources for personal
use during any period of time that is identified as their assigned duty day.
or non-educational purposes during designated duty / work time. Within
the non-duty / non-work day time of the designated workweek, employees
may use electronic resources on an infrequent and limited basis for
personal reasons as long as such use is in compliance with all other
sections of this policy, and related Implementation Guidelines.

C.

D.

EMCS

Use of any electronic resource must be consistent with the rules


appropriate to the resource. This includes, but is not limited to, laws and
regulations regarding
1.

Copyrighted material

2.

Threatening, obscene or profane material

3.

Material protected by trade secret

4.

Procedures and guidelines of Seminole County School Board

5.

Sexual, racial, ethnic, or religious harassment

6.

Privacy

Prohibited Activities
1.

Violating the conditions of The Code of Ethics and Principles of


Professional Conduct of the Education Profession in Florida.

2.

Allowing another individual to use your username and password.

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3.

Using another individuals username and password.

4.

Using electronic resources for personal financial gain, for political


activity, online bidding or comparable activities, or for any activities
related to conducting a personal/private business.

5.

Using electronic resources for personal financial activity such as


online purchases, online bill paying, or online bidding.

6.

Accessing, downloading, storing, viewing, sending, or displaying


text, images, movies, or sounds that contain pornography,
obscenity, or language that offends or degrades others.

7.

Attempting to send or sending anonymous messages of any kind or


pretending to be someone else while sending a message.

8.

Attempting to or actually accessing, modifying, harming or


destroying another users data.

9.

Harassing, insulting, threatening, or attacking others via electronic


resources.

10.

Electronically or physically damaging or attempting to damage the


network, equipment, materials or data. Examples include hacking,
flooding, or virus deployment.

11.

Attempting to or actually accessing the School Board network or


any devices attached to the network without authorization or in
violation of any law.

12.

Using telephone
authorization.

13.

Using electronic resources for illegal or inappropriate activities.

services,

including

long

distance,

without

Electronic resources include but are not limited to

EMCS

a.

Network access

b.

Internet access

c.

Digital cameras

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II.

d.

Personal digital assistants, e.g., PDAs, Pocket PC, Palm OS


devices

e.

Personal communication devices, e.g., cell phones, pagers,


messaging devices, telephones

f.

mp3 players

g.

USB flash drives

h.

E-mail

i.

Computers

j.

Laptops

14.

Accessing confidential student or employee information without


authorization or through misuse of authorization and
communicating such information to unauthorized persons.

15.

Other uses that the Superintendent or his/her designee may notice


as unacceptable.

Internet Safety
In response to the Childrens Internet Protection Act (CIPA), Seminole County
School Board provides a variety of measures to ensure the safety of online
activities of minors.
Included measures are

III.

A.

Filtering and blocking access to inappropriate matter on the internet.

B.

Active monitoring of online activities of minors.

C.

Procedures to prevent unauthorized disclosure, use and dissemination of


personal information regarding minors.

D.

Procedures on the use of electronic mail, chat rooms and other forms of
direct electronic communication.

No Privacy

EMCS

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Users have no expectation of privacy in any communication sent or received by
e-mail, or in regard to the internet, network access, or other electronic resources,
material stored on any School Board provided electronic device, material that is
stored using any School Board electronic device, or material that is stored on any
personal electronic device that is connected to the School Board network.
IV.

Privileges
The use of School Board electronic resources is a privilege. Inappropriate,
prohibited, or unauthorized use may result in cancellation of a users privilege
and referral for appropriate disciplinary and/or legal action. Each individual user
who is authorized for access will receive information pertaining to the proper use
of the resources. The School Board may limit or terminate access at any time as
deemed necessary or by recommendation of the Superintendent or designee.

V.

Security Measures
Usernames, passwords and other measures are used to maximize security.
Procedures are in place to notify appropriate personnel should a security
problem be identified. These procedures include notification of appropriate
administrators.

VI.

Warranties
Seminole County School Board makes no warranties of any kind, whether
expressed or implied, for the services provided. The School Board is not
responsible for any damages suffered, including loss of data, in conjunction with
the use of its networks or equipment. In addition, the School Board will not be
responsible for the accuracy or quality of information or data obtained through
the use of electronic resources.

VII.

Netiquette
Users are required to abide by the rules of communications etiquette. This
includes being polite, abstaining from the use of vulgar or obscene language, and
providing timely responses to communication.

VIII.

Updating User Information


Users must notify their immediate supervisor or designee of any changes in their
account information (address, school, or any other relevant data) in order to
continue using electronic resources.

IX.

Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) Implementation Guidelines

EMCS

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Employees are required to comply with the guidelines for implementation of this
policy as published by the Superintendent of Schools and updated periodically as
needed. These guidelines are an integral part of this policy.
X.

Acceptance of Terms and Conditions


All terms and conditions, as stated in this document, are applicable to each user.
These terms and conditions reflect an agreement of the parties and shall be
governed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Florida and
the United States of America. Employees requesting access to electronic
resources will be required to sign an acknowledgement of the Acceptable Use
Policy terms and conditions. In addition, all employees are bound by the School
Board AUP Implementation Guidelines as published and periodically updated.

XI.

Disciplinary Actions
If an employee violates any of the preceding policy provisions, his/her access
may be limited or terminated and future access may be denied. In addition,
appropriate disciplinary actions may be taken which may include, but are not
limited to, a letter of concern, suspension with or without pay, termination, legal
action and/or referral to law enforcement as appropriate.

XII.

The Seminole County School Board reserves the right to change this policy at
any time.

STATUTORY AUTHORITY:

1001.41, 1001.42, F.S.

LAW(S) IMPLEMENTED:

1001.43, 1001.51, 1012.27, F.S.

HISTORY:

EMCS

ADOPTED: 07/19/05
REVISION DATE(S): _______
FORMERLY: EHAA

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ACTION ITEM:

PERSONNEL RECOMMENDATIONS

IV.D.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County approve the Personnel Recommendations as presented.

2. Background/Analysis:
Pursuant to Florida Statutes 1012.22 (1) (a) (e) (f), all Personnel Recommendations must be approved
by the School Board. Attached are the Superintendents recommendations for the current Board
meeting.

3. Fiscal Impact:
The Personnel Recommendations are within our budget allocation.

4. Prepared by:

John Reichert
5. Board Meeting Date
Exec. Director of Human Resources/Professional Standards

04/25/06

Attachment(s): Instructional Personnel Recommendations


Educational Support Professionals Recommendations
Temporary Duty Out-Of-State Leave Request Information
Back-up not in agenda book: None
Materials for signature: None

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INSTRUCTIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ACTION AT THE BOARD MEETING ON: 04/25/2006


INSTRUCTIONAL APPOINTMENT for 2006-07
1. Johnson, Mary E. - Lake Mary High School, Teacher, Position Start Date 7/26/2006

INSTRUCTIONAL APPOINTMENTS for 2005-06


1. Fontanez, Alex Vega - Hagerty High School, Coach Only, (Temporary), Position Start Date
2/01/2006
2. Kelch, Julie D - Educational Support Center, Exceptional Student Support, Therapist
Occupational BA, Position Start Date 2/21/2006
3. Leman, Tina M - Lake Howell High School, Coach Only, (Temporary), Position Start Date
8/24/2005
4. Nogle, Dean Scott Wilson - Hagerty High School, Teacher ROTC, Position Start Date
2/27/2006
5. Reedy, Matthew David - Lake Mary High School, Coach Only - 50%, (Temporary), Position
Start Date 1/20/2006
6. Roberts, Alison Renee - Winter Springs High School, Coach Only, (Temporary), Position
Start Date 11/05/2005
7. Velazquez, Edda C - Hopper Center, Teacher Exceptional Child, Position Start Date
3/30/2006

INSTRUCTIONAL TRANSFERS for 2006-07


1. Brown, Cynthia C - South Seminole Middle School, Teacher Vocational TO South Seminole
Middle School, County Office Miscellaneous, Teacher Vocational, Position Start Date
7/26/2006
2. Brown, Sandra R - Lake Mary High School, Teacher - 80% TO Lake Mary High School, Teacher
60%, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
3. Burd, James R - Lyman High School, Teacher Vocational TO Lyman High School, County
Office Miscellaneous, Teacher Vocational, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
4. Dearing, Jack D - Winter Springs High School, Teacher Vocational TO Winter Springs High
School, County Office Miscellaneous, Teacher Vocational, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
5. Densberger, Stacey Leigh - Educational Support Center, Exceptional Student Support,
School Psychologist - 50% TO Educational Support Center, Exceptional Student Support,
School Psychologist - 100%, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
6. Desormier, Anthony T - Greenwood Lakes Middle School, Teacher TO Greenwood Lakes
Middle School, County Office Miscellaneous, Teacher, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
7. Dill, Kristin Lynn - Spring Lake Elementary School, Teacher, Other - 100% TO Spring Lake
Elementary School, Teacher, Other - 60%, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
8. Dutertre, Kristin - Winter Springs Elementary School, Teacher, Other TO Winter Springs
Elementary School, Teacher, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
9. Futato, Adele D - Millennium Middle School, Counselor Middle TO Millennium Middle School,
Teacher, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
10. Gollman, Cris L - Millennium Middle School, Substitute Permanent TO Millennium Middle
School, County Office Miscellaneous, Teacher, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
11. Halvorsen, Carolyn S - Teague Middle School, Exceptional Student Support, Teacher
Exceptional Child TO Teague Middle School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Position Start Date
7/26/2006

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12. Jensen, Ralph D - Greenwood Lakes Middle School, Dean TO Greenwood Lakes Middle
School, County Office Miscellaneous, Teacher, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
13. Jones, Elaine N - Lake Mary High School, Teacher - 100% TO Lake Mary High School,
Teacher 80%, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
14. Jones, Tracy L Highlands Elementary School, Teacher, Other 100% TO Highlands
Elementary School Teacher, Other 50%, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
15. Leonard, Adrian Michelle - Lake Brantley High School, Counselor High TO Lake Brantley
High School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
16. Lucas, Kim Carillon Elementary School, Teacher 50% TO Carillon Elementary School,
Teacher 100%, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
17. Moorhouse, Carmen C - Highlands Elementary School, Teacher, Other TO Highlands
Elementary School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
18. Morris Jr, Herman E - Greenwood Lakes Middle School, Teacher TO Greenwood Lakes
Middle School, County Office Miscellaneous, Teacher, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
19. Mount, Julie Raasakka - Spring Lake Elementary School, Teacher - 100% TO Spring Lake
Elementary School, Teacher - 50%, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
20. Scott, Eva Milwee Middle School, Teacher Vocational TO Milwee Middle School, County
Office Miscellaneous, Teacher Vocational, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
21. Seinberg, Myra S - Spring Lake Elementary School, Teacher, Other - 75% TO Spring Lake
Elementary School, Teacher, Other - 50%, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
22. Spiegel, John H - Carillon Elementary School, Teacher TO Carillon Elementary School,
Teacher, Other, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
23. Stacey, Kathryn Marie - Carillon Elementary School, Teacher - 50% TO Carillon Elementary
School, Teacher - 100%, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
24. Stewart, Tina K - Greenwood Lakes Middle School, Teacher TO Greenwood Lakes Middle
School, County Office Miscellaneous, Teacher, Position Start Date 7/26/2006
25. West, Shelly A - Carillon Elementary School, Teacher - 50% TO Carillon Elementary School,
Teacher - 100%, Position Start Date 7/26/2006

INSTRUCTIONAL TRANSFERS for 2005-06


1. Bochnewetch-Fox, Stephanie Lynn - Evans Elementary School, Teacher - 50% TO Evans
Elementary School, Teacher - 100%, Position Start Date 3/20/2006
2. Caswell, Susan Lee - Winter Springs High School, Teacher - 20%, TO Winter Springs
High School, Teacher 100%, Position Start Date 3/24/2006
3. Rascher, Margaret M Geneva Elementary School, Teacher, TO Geneva Elementary
School, Teacher, Other, Position Start Date 4/01/2006
4. Tyree, Larry D - Greenwood Lakes Middle School, Counselor Middle TO Markham Woods
Middle School, Counselor Middle, Position Start Date 3/20/2006

ADMINISTRATIVE REQUEST FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE for 2005-06


1. McClain, Elaine Highlands Elementary School, Food Service, FS Manager Elem, Family and
Medical Leave Act, Leave Date 3/20/2006, Return From Leave Date 3/27/2006

INSTRUCTIONAL REQUESTS FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE for 2005-06


1. Acker, MaryBeth - Bentley Elementary School, Teacher, Extend Sick Leave with pay, Leave
Date 3/11/2006, Return from Leave Date 3/30/2006
2. Acker, MaryBeth - Bentley Elementary School, Teacher, Family and Medical Leave Act, Leave
Date 3/31/2006, Return from Leave Date 4/26/2006

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3. Adams, Carmen Leigh - Walker Elementary School, Teacher, Extend Sick Leave with pay,
Leave Date 4/17/2006, Return from Leave Date 4/19/2006
4. Adams, Carmen Leigh - Walker Elementary School, Teacher, Extend Sick Leave without Pay,
Leave Date 4/20/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/26/2006
5. Blaesser Jr, Robert Peter - Lake Brantley High School, Teacher, Extend Sick Leave with
pay, Leave Date 3/20/2006, Return from Leave Date 3/21/2006
6. Blaesser Jr, Robert Peter - Lake Brantley High School, Teacher, Extend Sick Leave without
Pay, Leave Date 3/22/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/26/2006
7. Davis, Amber Louise - Spring Lake Elementary School, Teacher, Personal Leave without Pay,
Leave Date 3/29/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/01/2006
8. Fuller, Amanda Meredith - Oviedo High School, Teacher, Personal Leave without Pay, Leave
Date 3/11/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/26/2006
9. Johnson, Lisa Michelle - Stenstrom Elementary School, Teacher, Extend Sick Leave with pay,
Leave Date 3/20/2006, Return from Leave Date 3/29/2006
10. Johnson, Lisa Michelle - Stenstrom Elementary School, Teacher, Family and Medical Leave
Act, Leave Date 3/30/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/26/2006
11. Keezel, Suzanne Michelle - Carillon Elementary School, Teacher, Extend Sick Leave without
Pay, Leave Date 3/29/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/26/2006
12. Leek-Bond, Kim Michele - Lake Mary Elementary School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Extend
Sick Leave without Pay, Leave Date 3/23/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/26/2006
13. Lopez, Denese Aundrey - Educational Support Center, Exceptional Student Support, School
Board Nurse, Family and Medical Leave Act, Leave Date 3/18/2006, Return from Leave Date
5/02/2006
14. Minner, Carol Hamilton Elementary School, Teacher, Other, Sick Leave Bank, Leave Date
3/22/2006, Expected Return Date 5/26/2006
15. Robinson, Jennifer Lajuana - Lawton Elementary School, Teacher, Personal Leave without
Pay, Leave Date 5/03/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/26/2006
16. Slavik, Jaime L - Evans Elementary School, Teacher - 50%, Extend Sick Leave with pay,
Leave Date 3/20/2006, Return from Leave Date 4/28/2006
17. Slavik, Jaime L - Evans Elementary School, Teacher - 50%, Extend Sick Leave without Pay,
Leave Date 5/09/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/26/2006
18. Smith, Pamela Red Bug Elementary School, Teacher, Extend Sick Leave with Pay, Leave
Date 4/05/2006, Return From Leave Date 5/26/2006
19. Sunderman, Heather Brianna - Bentley Elementary School, Teacher, Personal Leave without
Pay, Leave Date 4/08/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/26/2006
20. Tolerico, Tiffany Anne - Lake Brantley High School, Teacher, Family and Medical Leave Act,
Leave Date 3/21/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/26/2006
21. Townsend, Dianne Milwee Middle School, Speech Language Pathologist, Family and
Medical Leave Act, Leave Date 4/10/2006, Return From Leave Date 5/26/2006
22. Tran, Khoi Mai - Milwee Middle School, Teacher, Extend Sick Leave with pay, Leave Date
3/27/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/22/2006
23. Vach, Kimberly K - Winter Springs High School, Teacher, Extend Sick Leave with pay, Leave
Date 3/24/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/17/2006
24. Verali, Donna A - Midway Elementary School, Teacher, Extend Sick Leave with pay, Leave
Date 4/21/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/08/2006
25. Weisman, Leah R H - Lake Howell High School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Extend Sick
Leave with pay, Leave Date 4/07/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/26/2006
26. White, Shannon- Wilson Elementary School, Teacher, Family and Medical Leave Act, Leave
Date 4/07/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/24/2006
27. Wilhelm, Janet Elizabeth - Stenstrom Elementary School, Teacher, Personal Leave without
Pay, Leave Date 4/05/2006, Return from Leave Date 4/13/2006
28. Wright, Amy Louise - Crooms Academy Of Inform Tech, Teacher Extend Sick Leave
with pay, Leave Date 3/11/2006, Return from Leave Date 4/23/2006

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29. Wright, Amy Louise - Crooms Academy Of Inform Tech, Teacher Extend Sick Leave
without Pay, Leave Date 4/24/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/26/2006

ADMINISTRATIVE TERMINATIONS AND RESIGNATIONS for 2005-06


1. Ingria, JoAnna Lee - Forest City Elementary School, Assistant Principal Elementary,
Reason: Personal Reasons, Termination Effective Date 3/25/2006
2. Zeuli, Patrick J - Rock Lake Middle School, Assistant Principal Middle 11, Reason:
Personal Reasons, Termination Effective Date 6/16/2006

INSTRUCTIONAL TERMINATIONS AND RESIGNATIONS for 2006-07


1. Chojnacki, Richard T - Jackson Heights Middle School, Teacher, Reason: Retired,
Termination Effective Date 7/06/2006
2. Frost, Nancy N - Educational Support Center, Exceptional Student Support, School Board
Nurse, Reason: Retired, Termination Effective Date 7/06/2006
3. Johnson, Nancy P - Lake Brantley High School, Teacher, Reason: Retired, Termination
Effective Date 7/01/2006
4. Wright, Joyce P - Sanford Middle School, Teacher, Reason: Retired, Termination Effective
Date 7/07/2006

INSTRUCTIONAL TERMINATIONS AND RESIGNATIONS for 2005-06


1. Adams, Nicole M - Lake Brantley High School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Reason: Personal
Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
2. Alte, Seth - Layer Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons, Termination
Effective Date 5/27/2006
3. Anderson, Madeline A - Longwood Elementary School, Media Specialist Elementary, Reason:
Retired, Termination Effective Date 6/03/2006
4. Barnes, Mary A - Wilson Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Retired, Termination Effective
Date 5/27/2006
5. Bartlett, Anne Miot - Millennium Middle School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
6. Casto, Lara Michelle - Carillon Elementary School, Teacher - 50%, Reason: Resig employ in
educ out Fla, Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
7. Chamberlain, Tara Sue - Lake Mary High School, Coach Only (Temporary), Reason:
Personal Reasons, Termination Effective Date 11/02/2005
8. Davis Sr, Dennis C - Greenwood Lakes Middle School, Teacher Vocational, Reason: Retired,
Termination Effective Date 6/03/2006
9. Derato, Dorothy A - Spring Lake Elementary School, Teacher - 50%, Reason: Retired,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
10. Douglas, Frances B - Wilson Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Retired, Termination
Effective Date 5/27/2006
11. Dziuban, Judith K - Carillon Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Retired, Termination
Effective Date 6/03/2006
12. Eagan, Sarah Annette - Winter Springs Elementary School, Teacher Exceptional Child,
Reason: Personal Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
13. Evans, Catherine E - Tuskawilla Middle School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Reason: Personal
Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
14. Gordon, Lorraine June - Bentley Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Resig employ in educ
out Fla, Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006

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15. Greene, Paula R - Indian Trails Middle School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 3/23/2006
16. Hidalgo, Marisol - Lake Brantley High School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
17. Hofmann, Robin Trustman - Educational Support Center, Exceptional Student Support,
Specialist Staffing Resource, Reason: Personal Reasons, Termination Effective Date
5/27/2006
18. Ivanov, Jennifer M - Greenwood Lakes Middle School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Reason:
Personal Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
19. Jones, Theresa Partin Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
20. Kelly Gallagher, Eileen - Bentley Elementary School, Counselor Elementary, Reason:
Personal Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
21. Kemp, Michelle P - Wilson Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Retired, Termination
Effective Date 6/30/2006
22. Kimball, Brent D - South Seminole Middle School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
23. Kurdle, Aaron - Millennium Middle School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons, Termination
Effective Date 5/27/2006
24. Lanier, Patricia A - Keeth Elementary School, Teacher, Other, Reason: Resig for employ in
Educ in Fl, Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
25. Levay, Lisa B. - English Estates Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
26. Loveland, Rebecca Ann - Spring Lake Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Personal
Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
27. Maranan, Rowelyn G - Partin Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
28. McDonald, Kaye Latoya - Sabal Point Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Resig employ in
educ out Fla, Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
29. McElroy, Jennifer Lee - Wilson Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
30. McKinney, Franklin C - Indian Trails Middle School, Teacher, Reason: Retired, Termination
Effective Date 6/03/2001. Michael, Pamela B - Sterling Park Elementary School, Teacher,
Reason: Resig employ in educ out Fla, Termination Effective Date 5/27/200
31. Michael, Pamela B Sterling Park Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Resig employ in
educ out Fla, Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
32. Muir, Linda C - Millennium Middle School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons, Termination
Effective Date 5/27/2006
33. Nichols, Kerry Lynn - Lake Brantley High School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
34. Oliveri, Wendy Louise - Stenstrom Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
35. Petty, Sandra W - Greenwood Lakes Middle School, Teacher, Reason: Retired, Termination
Effective Date 5/27/2006
36. Porter, Kelly Nicole - Seminole High School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
37. Presley, Wendy M - Sabal Point Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
38. Quinn, Agnes J - Rock Lake Middle School, Teacher, Reason: Retired, Termination Effective
Date 6/04/2006
39. Ramos, Lillian C - Teague Middle School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons, Termination
Effective Date 5/27/2006
40. Rasmussen, Judith M - Geneva Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Retired, Termination
Effective Date 5/27/2006

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41. Roberts, Patricia H - Bentley Elementary School, Teacher, Other - 50%, Reason: Retired,
Termination Effective Date 5/31/2006
42. Rona, Raquel O. - Keeth Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
43. Russ, Elizabeth Marie - Partin Elementary School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Reason:
Personal Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
44. Sidman, Claire S - Longwood Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Retired, Termination
Effective Date 5/27/2006
45. Smith, Deborah Denise - Crooms Academy Of Inform Tech, Teacher, Reason: Personal
Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
46. Stensrud, Kacey Anne - Lyman High School, Teacher - 50%, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 4/01/2006
47. Stricker, Jessica Lynn - Spring Lake Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Personal
Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
48. Sweeney, Madeleine K - Teague Middle School, Teacher, Reason: Retired, Termination
Effective Date 5/27/2006
49. Tanner, Maria Segami - South Seminole Middle School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
50. Truby, James F - Rock Lake Middle School, Teacher, Reason: Retired, Termination Effective
Date 5/27/2006
51. Twine, Shawanda D - Spring Lake Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
52. Walker, Samantha Rachel - Sterling Park Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Personal
Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
53. Waring, Christine Ann - Oviedo High School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Reason: Retired,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
54. Wilson, Polly Hartman - Rock Lake Middle School, Teacher, Reason: Retired, Termination
Effective Date 5/27/2006
55. Young, Theresa Lee - Stenstrom Elementary School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006

ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL RETURNING TO DUTY FROM LEAVE OF ABSENCE for 2006-07


1. Kamm, Brandy Lord - Millennium Middle School, Assistant Principal Middle 11 - 50%, Return
from Leave Date 7/13/2006

ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL RETURNING TO DUTY FROM LEAVE OF ABSENCE for 2005-06


1. McClain, Elaine Louise - Highlands Elementary School, Food Service, FS Manager Elem 10,
Return from Leave Date 3/27/2006
2. Steff, Maureen B - Lyman High School, Food Service, FS Manager High 10, Return from Leave
Date 3/20/2006

INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL RETURNING TO DUTY FROM LEAVE OF ABSENCE for 2006-07


1. Alexander, Jacqueline D - Wicklow Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
2. Anderson, Gloria Jean - Carillon Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
3. Anderson, Marcia Pavlock - Lake Mary Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006

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4. Arostegui, Marlene C - Longwood Elementary School, Teacher Exceptional Child - 50%,


Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
5. Asta, Laura Ann - Red Bug Elementary School, Counselor Elementary - 50%, Return from
Leave Date 7/26/2006
6. Ayers, Amy Elizabeth - Highlands Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
7. Bane, Lisa J - Woodlands Elementary School, Teacher - 50%, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
8. Billingsley, Andrea R. - Wilson Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
9. Brown, Robin Tineka - Millennium Middle School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
10. Buchanan, Ronda L - Lawton Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
11. Callahan, Amanda Mae - Lake Orienta Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
12. Carraway, Robert B - Lake Brantley High School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
13. Casillo, Deborah Anne - Lake Mary High School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
14. Cleveland, Amy Dawn - Heathrow Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
15. Comeaux, Nichole Gabrielle - Wicklow Elementary School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Return
from Leave Date 7/26/2006
16. Connell, Megan Lynn - Evans Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
17. Davis, Aurora Nickole - Hamilton Elementary School, Teacher, Other - 50%, Return from
Leave Date 7/26/2006
18. Davis, Kimberly Elizabeth Bryant - Rainbow Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave
Date 7/26/2006
19. DeJesus, Kristyna Lynn - Woodlands Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
20. Desmedt, Michelle L - Sabal Point Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
21. Diglio, Nicole Lynn - Bear Lake Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
22. Dill, Kristin Lynn - Spring Lake Elementary School, Teacher, Other, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
23. Dominica, Julie Stevens - Educational Support Center, Exceptional Student Support, School
Psychologist - 75%, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
24. Dominica, Julie Stevens - Educational Support Center, Exceptional Student Support, School
Psychologist - 25%, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
25. Donaldson, Marsha J - Hamilton Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
26. Donohue, Juliet Jean - Wilson Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
27. Drazen, Deborah Lynne - Forest City Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
28. Dunaye, Jennifer Estelle - Wilson Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
29. Durning, Jessica Lynn - Lyman High School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
30. Durst, Joanna L - Lake Mary High School, Reading Coach, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
31. Elfreth, Jaime - Winter Springs Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
32. Evans, Jeannine Christine - Rock Lake Middle School, Teacher Vocational - 50%, Return from
Leave Date 7/26/2006
33. Falk, Ashley Nicole - Lawton Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
34. Fine, Jennifer J - Lake Brantley High School, Counselor High, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006

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35. Fuller, Amanda Oviedo High School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
36. Geary, Mark C - Carillon Elementary School, Teacher, Other, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
37. Giron, Deanna Lynn - Millennium Middle School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
38. Grillo, Collen M - Rainbow Elementary School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Return from Leave
Date 7/26/2006
39. Hallett, Rachel Ann - Millennium Middle School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
40. Heekin, Kristen L - Sabal Point Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
41. Hennebery, Melissa Scozzafava - Indian Trails Middle School, Speech Language Pathologist,
Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
42. Hill, Annette S - Rosenwald Center, Teacher Exceptional Child, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
43. Hillsman, Susan - Rainbow Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
44. Homberger, Amanda C - Stenstrom Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
45. Hueston, Margaret Lucy - Lake Mary High School, Teacher - 80%, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
46. Johnston, Jeremy D - South Seminole Middle School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Return
from Leave Date 7/26/2006
47. Jones, Tracy L - Highlands Elementary School, Teacher, Other, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
48. Kanistras, Autumn Paige Nelson - Walker Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave
Date 7/26/2006
49. Karahalios, Noelle A - Evans Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
50. Keezel, Suanne Carillon Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
51. Kellis, Dana Van Ostran - Carillon Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
52. Kennedy, Heidi L - Evans Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
53. Klein, Kristine Lea - Red Bug Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
54. Kosky, Edward Louis - Lake Brantley High School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
55. Kuhn, Susan Ellen - Idyllwilde Elementary School, Teacher, Other, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
56. Lee, Michelle Wood - Teague Middle School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
57. Leonard, Adrian Michelle - Lake Brantley High School, Counselor High, Return from Leave
Date 7/26/2006
58. Loughran, Kathleen M - Goldsboro Elementary School, Teacher, Other, Return from Leave
Date 7/26/2006
59. May, Sharon Anderson - Millennium Middle School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
60. McCall, Vickie C - Red Bug Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
61. McGuire, Genevieve Lin - Bentley Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
62. McPherson, Suzanne N - Carillon Elementary School, Teacher, Other, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
63. Melone, Marcia F - Lake Brantley High School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Return from Leave
Date 7/26/2006
64. Miller, Jennifer Marie - Red Bug Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
65. Minner, Carol A - Hamilton Elementary School, Teacher, Other, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
66. Moller, Kim Leslie - Educational Support Center, Exceptional Student Support, Speech
Language Pathologist - 20%, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006

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67. Moller, Kim Leslie - Educational Support Center, Exceptional Student Support, Speech
Language Pathologist - 40%, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
68. Moller, Kim Leslie - Educational Support Center, Exceptional Student Support, Speech
Language Pathologist - 20%, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
69. Morris Jr, Herman E - Greenwood Lakes Middle School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
70. Morrison, Roslyn Anne - Sterling Park Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
71. Moss, Rachel Jordan - Jackson Heights Middle School, Teacher - 50%, Return from Leave
Date 7/26/2006
72. Navarro, Ashley M - Sabal Point Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
73. Newman, Rebecca C - Oviedo High School, Teacher - 60%, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
74. Nusbaum, Erin Bolster - Wicklow Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
75. Payne, Teresa Ann - Stenstrom Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
76. Perkins, Leann McConaughey - Jackson Heights Middle School, Teacher Exceptional Child,
Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
77. Powell, Selma Meral - Educational Support Center, Exceptional Student Support, Specialist
Staffing Resource, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
78. Pryce, Jacqueline R. - Chiles Middle School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
79. Pulte, Shelley T - Milwee Middle School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
80. Quinones, Hazel Claire - Lake Orienta Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
81. Ray, Andrea L - Spring Lake Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
82. Rhodes, Donna M - Lake Brantley High School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
83. Riedel, Teresa Marie - Carillon Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
84. Robertson, Shelby Colleen - Bear Lake Elementary School, Teacher Exceptional Child,
Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
85. Shaw, Statina Marie - Goldsboro Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
86. Shiles, Pamela D - Carillon Elementary School, Teacher, Other - 50%, Return from Leave
Date 7/26/2006
87. Shurtz, Lindsey Allison - Pine Crest Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
88. Smith, Amy L - Sabal Point Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
89. Smith, Pamela J - Red Bug Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
90. Smith, Stephanie L - Idyllwilde Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
91. Smith, Trista Renee - Lake Brantley High School, Teacher - 50%, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
92. Snyder, Cynthia - Crooms Academy Of Inform Tech, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
93. Sondag, Anne E - Sterling Park Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
94. Spears, Nancy E - Carillon Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
95. Spoon, Marie Ruppert - English Estates Elementary School, Teacher, Other, Return from
Leave Date 7/26/2006
96. Stewart, Castlen Meeks - Forest City Elementary School, Teacher - 50%, Return from Leave
Date 7/26/2006

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97. Stewart, Tina K - Greenwood Lakes Middle School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
98. Strumlauf, Shannon Leigh - Tuskawilla Middle School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
99. Szucs, Melli Ann - Wicklow Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
100. Walters, Lisa Marie - Highlands Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
101. Watkins, Shannon Michele - Idyllwilde Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
102. Weigand, Christine Mary - Layer Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
103. Whisonant, Tricia Ann - Tuskawilla Middle School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
104. Witt, Meredith Alyse - Oviedo High School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Return from Leave
Date 7/26/2006
105. Young, Stacy Jeanne - Lake Brantley High School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
7/26/2006
106. Zandy, Tracy Ann - Oviedo High School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL RETURNING TO DUTY FROM LEAVE OF ABSENCE for 2005-06
1. Acker, Mary Beth Bentley Elementary School, Teacher, Return From Leave Date 4/26/2006
2. Aslin, Kathleen Frances - Lake Mary High School, Counselor High, Return from Leave Date
4/17/2006
3. Beasley, Yvonne - Millennium Middle School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Return from Leave
Date 4/08/2006
4. Carpenter, Martha E - Chiles Middle School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 5/15/2006
5. Cave, Joan - Seminole High School, Teacher Vocational, Return from Leave Date 5/23/2006
6. David, Amber Spring Lake Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 5/01/2006
7. Gaiptman, Bernice - Altamonte Elementary School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Return from
Leave Date 3/20/2006
8. Gall, Kim E - Wilson Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 4/10/2006
9. Gardner, Sandra Olivier - Chiles Middle School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Return from
Leave Date 4/17/2006
10. Giesel, Jennifer V - Chiles Middle School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Return from Leave
Date 4/11/2006
11. Hansen, Ashley S - Heathrow Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 4/03/2006
12. Haynes, Judith Ann - Indian Trails Middle School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
3/20/2006
13. Hebert, Susan Elizabeth - Layer Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
3/20/2006
14. Heuerman, Holly L - Bear Lake Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
3/20/2006
15. Kane-Maisano, Stephanie Lynn - Walker Elementary School, Speech Language Pathologist,
Return from Leave Date 4/05/2006
16. Kohm, Rebecca A - Idyllwilde Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 4/03/2006
17. Lommerse, Kristi Marie - Heathrow Elementary School, Teacher Exceptional Child - 50%,
Return from Leave Date 3/21/2006
18. Lopez, Denese- Educational Support Center, Exceptional Student Support, School Board
Nurse, Return From Leave Date 5/02/2006
19. Martin, Jana Leigh - Longwood Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
4/17/2006

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20. Mason, Holly Lee - Goldsboro Elementary School, Speech Language Pathologist, Return
from Leave Date 3/22/2006
21. McDowell, Linda S - Walker Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 5/08/2006
22. Meurer, Laurie Ann - Seminole High School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 4/17/2006
23. Ralph, Genevieve Marie - Sanford Middle School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 4/10/2006
24. Roloff, Dorene A - Lyman High School, Teacher Vocational, Return from Leave Date 3/27/2006
25. Sanchez, Denise - Bentley Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 4/12/2006
26. Shelton, Tamicka S - Rosenwald Center, Teacher Vocational, Return from Leave Date
4/17/2006
27. Sless, Emily Clare - Bentley Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 5/01/2006
28. Talton, Cynthia C - Lake Howell High School, Teacher Vocational, Return from Leave Date
3/20/2006
29. Torrance II, Rodney H - Oviedo High School, Teacher - 50%, Return from Leave Date
3/20/2006
30. Torrance II, Rodney H - Oviedo High School, Dean - 50%, Return from Leave Date 3/20/2006
31. Townsend, Diane C - Milwee Middle School, Speech Language Pathologist, Return from
Leave Date 4/24/2006
32. Wells, MaryAlice - Milwee Middle School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Return from Leave Date
5/01/2006
33. West, Eileen Marie - Educational Support Center, Exceptional Student Support, Therapist
Occupational BA - 75%, Return from Leave Date 5/10/2006
34. White, Shannon Rae - Wilson Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date 4/24/2006
35. Wilson, Kiera Ashley - Pine Crest Elementary School, Teacher, Return from Leave Date
4/17/2006
TH

RESIGNATION BY DEFAULT: FAILURE TO RESPOND TO THE MARCH 10 DEADLINE NOTIFYING


SUPERVISORS/PRINCIPALS OF INTENT TO RETURN FROM LEAVE OF ABSENCE PURSUANT TO
ARTICLE XVI, SECTION L, 13 OF THE OFFICIAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN S.E.A. AND THE SCHOOL
BOARD OF SEMINOLE COUNTY
1. Burke, Shanyn Educational Support Center, Exceptional Student Support, School
Psychologist
2. LeFalchier, Kristine Oviedo High School, Teacher
3. Menna, Debra J Rainbow Elementary School, Teacher/Other
4. Scheuerle, Holly Wekiva Elementary School, Teacher
5. Watson, Alison B Rainbow Elementary School, Teacher
INSTRUCTIONAL CORRECTION TO PRIOR BOARD ACTION for 2005-06
1. Mueller, Jane Marie- Lake Brantley High School, Teacher, Reason: Retired, Termination
Effective Date FROM: 5/27/2006 TO: 3/28/2006

Extended Contract-Instruct. For 2006/03/16 Thru 2006/04/07


Employee Name
----------------------------------Beauregard,Jacqueline Rita
Cahill,Maryellen
Calderon,Jaime A
Cronin,Jennifer
Curtiss,Daniel D
Hargis,Sheryl E
Hughes,Gail Lynn

Location
-----------------------------EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT CENTER
EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT CENTER
EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT CENTER
EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT CENTER
EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT CENTER
LYMAN HIGH SCHOOL
RED BUG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

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Lovett,Emelda J
McCall,Sally D
McCollough,Brooke Dodson
McMillan,Susan Marie
Morton,Margaret Duffy
Neuman,Charla L
Rito,Jennifer Renee
Ulmer,Timothy P
Vassalli,Elaine M
Vick,Brittany Renee
Whitcomb,Debra O.
Williams,Linda L

SEMINOLE HIGH SCHOOL


LAKE BRANTLEY HIGH SCHOOL
LAKE BRANTLEY HIGH SCHOOL
IDYLLWILDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
HIGHLANDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT CENTER
EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT CENTER
EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT CENTER
EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT CENTER
EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT CENTER
LAKE MARY HIGH SCHOOL
IDYLLWILDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

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EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ACTION AT THE BOARD


MEETING ON: 04/25/2006

EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS APPOINTMENTS for 2005-06


1. Blackard, Brent M - Maintenance Operations, Mechanic Lndscpng/Grounds, Position Start
Date 3/06/2006
2. Blaine, Brandi Janelle - Spring Lake Elementary School, Assistant Instrctn Elem-188 - 50%,
Position Start Date 3/20/2006
3. Blevins, Ryan C - Transportation Services, Mechanic Vehicle, Position Start Date 4/06/2006
4. Eligio, Carlos D - Altamonte Elementary School, Custodian 11 month, Position Start Date
3/20/2006
5. Gaines, Susan Eckstein - Bentley Elementary School, Secretary 196, Position Start Date
4/03/2006
6. Ortiz, Lourdes - Woodlands Elementary School, Assistant ESE Supplemented 188,
(Temporary), Position Start Date 4/03/2006
7. Palmiotti, Debra A - Lake Brantley High School, Secretary 223, Position Start Date
3/23/2006
8. Pando, Monica A - Wicklow Elementary School, Secretary 258 (Temporary), Position Start
Date 4/03/2006
9. Pauley, Catherine M - Chiles Middle School, Assistant Technical 188, Position Start Date
3/27/2006
10. Sellers, Meghann E - English Estates Elementary School, Paraprofessional--Elem--188,
Position Start Date 2/28/2006

EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS TRANSFERS AND PROMOTIONS for 2006-07


1. Allaback, Julie Ann - Eastbrook Elementary School, Paraprofessional--Elem--188 - 50% TO
Eastbrook Elementary School, County Office Miscellaneous, Paraprofessional--Elem--188 50%, Position Start Date 7/27/2006
2. Barrett, Lola T - English Estates Elementary School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/5 - 100%
TO English Estates Elementary School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/5 - 70%, Position Start
Date 7/27/2006
3. Berger, Susan E - Sterling Park Elementary School, Assistant Instrctn Elem-188 TO Sterling
Park Elementary School, County Office Miscellaneous, Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, Position
Start Date 7/27/2006
4. Bullinger, Marsha Arleen - Evans Elementary School, Food Service, FS Assistant 189/7.5 TO
Evans Elementary School, Food Service, FS Assistant 189/7, Position Start Date 7/27/2006
5. Ciechanowski, Lorraine Tesla - Geneva Elementary School, Assistant Data Entry 11 TO
Geneva Elementary School, Assistant Data Entry 12, Position Start Date 7/01/2006
6. Doktor, Kenneth Roger - Lake Mary Elementary School, Assistant Instructional Elem - 196
50% TO Lake Mary Elementary School, Assistant Instrctn Elem-188 - 50%, Position Start Date
7/27/2006
7. Howard, Betty L - Wilson Elementary School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/8 - 75% TO
Markham Woods Middle School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/8 - 50%, Position Start Date
7/27/2006
8. Kolb, Karen Elizabeth - Sterling Park Elementary School, Assistant Data Entry 10-196alt TO
Sterling Park Elementary School, Assistant Data Entry 11-223alt, Position Start Date
7/10/2006

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9. Lord, Elizabeth J - Bentley Elementary School, Food Service, FS Assistant 189/7.5 - 100%
TO Markham Woods Middle School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/8 - 75%, Position Start
Date 7/27/2006
10. Lumsden, Petra - Woodlands Elementary School, Assistant ESE Supplemented 188 TO
Woodlands Elementary School, Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, Position Start Date 7/27/2006
11. Manachino, Jamie Lil - Carillon Elementary School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/5 - 90%
TO Carillon Elementary School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/8 - 50%, Position Start Date
7/27/2006
12. Nunn, Pamela G - Forest City Elementary School, Paraprofessional--Elem--188 - 100% TO
Forest City Elementary School, Paraprofessional--Elem--188 - 50%, Position Start Date
7/26/2006
13. Ross, Margaret Alice - Carillon Elementary School, Assistant Instrctn Elem-188 TO Carillon
Elementary School, Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, Position Start Date 7/27/2006
14. Ruth, Patti J - Hamilton Elementary School, Assistant Data Entry 11 TO Hamilton Elementary
School, Assistant Data Entry 12, Position Start Date 7/01/2006
15. Tweady, Claudia Sue - Highlands Elementary School, Exceptional Student Support, Assistant
ESE Supplemented 188 TO Highlands Elementary School, Assistant ESE Supplemented 188,
Position Start Date 7/27/2006
16. Velilla, Sylvia - South Seminole Middle School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/5 - 90% TO
South Seminole Middle School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/8 - 50%, Position Start Date
7/27/2006
17. Webb, Willie Maxine - Lake Mary High School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/8 - 75% TO
Lake Mary High School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/5 - 70%, Position Start Date 7/27/2006
18. West, Cheryl D - Greenwood Lakes Middle School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/7 - 100%
TO Greenwood Lakes Middle School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/8 - 75%, Position Start
Date 7/27/2006

EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS TRANSFERS AND PROMOTIONS for 2005-06


1. Baxter, Alexandra - Woodlands Elementary School, Assistant ESE Supplemented 188 TO
Woodlands Elementary School, Exceptional Student Support, Assistant ESE Supplemented
188, Position Start Date 3/23/2006
2. Daniel, Mark L - Educational Support Center, Information Services, Specialist 1
Records/Security TO Educational Support Center, Information Services, Network Technician,
Position Start Date 4/10/2006
3. Diaz, Maria Estela - Lake Brantley High School, Assistant Instrctn High-188 TO Lake
Brantley High School, Secretary 196alt, Position Start Date 3/28/2006
4. Jessup, Chera J - Bentley Elementary School, Secretary 223 TO Crystal Lake Elementary
School, FTE Clerk 12 Mo, Position Start Date 4/01/2006
5. McKay, Jacqueline Denise - Pine Crest Elementary School, Exceptional Student Support,
Paraprofessional ESE 188 TO Pine Crest Elementary School, Paraprofessional--Elem--188,
Position Start Date 1/31/2006
6. McKay, Jacqueline Denise - Pine Crest Elementary School, Paraprofessional--Elem--188 TO
Pine Crest Elementary School, Exceptional Student Support, Paraprofessional ESE 188,
Position Start Date 3/20/2006
7. Mikolon, Peter C - Chiles Middle School, Assistant Technical 188 TO Educational Support
Center, Information Services, Specialist App Software, Position Start Date 3/27/2006
8. Niverson, Dannah Marie - Educational Support Center, Information Services, Network
Technician TO Educational Support Center, Information Services, Network Special
School/Sector, Position Start Date 4/10/2006
9. Thomas, Rhonda Ladell - Pine Crest Elementary School, Paraprofessional--Elem--196 TO
Pine Crest Elementary School, Exceptional Student Support, Paraprofessional ESE 188,
Position Start Date 1/31/2006

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10. Thomas, Rhonda Ladell - Pine Crest Elementary School, Exceptional Student Support,
Paraprofessional ESE 188 TO Pine Crest Elementary School, Paraprofessional--Elem--196,
Position Start Date 3/20/2006
11. Williams, Gloria T - Seminole High School, Exceptional Student Support, School Board
Nurse LPN TO Rosenwald Center, Exceptional Student Support, School Board Nurse LPN,
Position Start Date 3/23/2006

EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS REQUESTS FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE for 2005-06


1. Aarons, Rhea R - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 7 Hour, Extend Sick Leave with pay,
Leave Date 3/20/2006, Return from Leave Date 3/21/2006
2. Aarons, Rhea R - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 7 Hour, Extend Sick Leave without
Pay, Leave Date 3/22/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/24/2006
3. Albright, Helen I - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Extend Sick Leave with
pay, Leave Date 3/20/2006, Return from Leave Date 3/22/2006
4. Albright, Helen I - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Family and Medical Leave
Act, Leave Date 3/23/2006, Return from Leave Date 4/17/2006
5. Britton, Sheena R - Lake Brantley High School, Secretary 196alt, Family and Medical Leave
Act, Leave Date 3/28/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/26/2006
6. Burgess Jr, Robert L - Teague Middle School, School Security Officer 188, Extend Sick
Leave with pay, Leave Date 3/27/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/17/2006
7. Burgess Jr, Robert L - Teague Middle School, School Security Officer 188, Extend Sick
Leave without Pay, Leave Date 5/18/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/26/2006
8. Casey, Janet Ann - Lake Brantley High School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/5, Extend Sick
Leave without Pay, Leave Date 3/25/2006, Return from Leave Date 4/17/2006
9. Emond, Karen J - Transportation Services, Specialist 3 Payroll, Extended Sick/Vacation,
Leave Date 4/18/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/02/2006
10. Emond, Karen J - Transportation Services, Specialist 3 Payroll, Extend Sick Leave with
pay, Leave Date 5/03/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/10/2006
11. Emond, Karen J - Transportation Services, Specialist 3 Payroll, Donation of Sick Leave
Bank, Leave Date 5/11/2006, Return from Leave Date 6/30/2006
12. Hall Jr, Herbert B Maintenance Operations, Grounds Laborer, Family and Medical Leave
Act, Leave Date 3/16/2006, Expected Return Date 4/24/2006
13. Johnson, Annette D - Highlands Elementary School, Assistant Instructional Elem, Extend
Sick Leave with pay, Leave Date 3/28/2006, Return from Leave Date 3/29/2006
14. Johnson, Annette D - Highlands Elementary School, Assistant Instructional Elem, Family and
Medical Leave Act, Leave Date 3/30/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/10/2006
15. Lightner, Connie Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Extend Sick without Pay,
Leave Date 3/08/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/24/2006
16. Meadows, Jacqueline Transportation Services, Bus Monitor 8 Hour, Family and Medical
Leave Act, Leave Date 4/04/2006, Return from Leave Date 4/17/2006
17. Nieves, Gloria Esther - Indian Trails Middle School, Exceptional Student Support,
Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, Extend Sick Leave without Pay, Leave Date 3/21/2006,
Return from Leave Date 5/24/2006
18. Reymudi, Adelaida Torres Forest City Elementary School, Food Service, FS Employee
189/8 50%, Extend Sick Leave with Pay, Leave Date 3/20/2006, Return from Leave Date
3/27/2006
19. Rose, Joann - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Extend Sick Leave with pay,
Leave Date 3/31/2006, Return from Leave Date 4/3/2006
20. Rose, Joann - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Family and Medical Leave Act,
Leave Date 4/04/2006, Return from Leave Date 4/24/2006
21. Smith, Marcinda Faye - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Extend Sick Leave with
pay, Leave Date 3/07/2006, Return from Leave Date 3/28/2006

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22. Smith, Marcinda Faye - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Extend Sick Leave
without Pay, Leave Date 3/29/2006, Return from Leave Date 4/03/2006
23. Williams, Jacqueline Yvonne - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Extend Sick
Leave with pay, Leave Date 3/28/2006, Return from Leave Date 4/03/2006
24. Williams, Jacqueline Yvonne - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Family and
Medical Leave Act, Leave Date 4/04/2006, Return from Leave Date 5/08/2006
25. Zingrich, Christine A - Winter Springs High School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/8 - 75%,
Extend Sick Leave with pay, Leave Date 3/21/2006, Return from Leave Date 4/04/2006

EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS TERMINATION AND RESIGNATION for 2006-07


1. Johnson, Patrick Nathaniel - Seminole High School, Custodian 12 month, Reason: Personal
Reasons, Termination Effective Date 7/01/2006

EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS TERMINATIONS AND RESIGNATIONS for 2005-06


1. Aarons, Rhea R - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 7 Hour, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 5/25/2006
2. Adams, Richard Loren - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Reason: Retired,
Termination Effective Date 5/25/2006
3. Annett, Betty C - Educational Support Center, Exceptional Student Support, Job Experience
Training Coach, Reason: Retired, Termination Effective Date 5/26/2006
4. Arnold, Dell - Lake Brantley High School, Secretary 223, Reason: Resig for employ in Educ
in Fl, Termination Effective Date 4/14/2006
5. Bagley, Shirley - Greenwood Lakes Middle School, Assistant Technical 196, Reason: Retired,
Termination Effective Date 6/03/2006
6. Bean, Heina Iris - Spring Lake Elementary School, Secretary 223, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 6/17/2006
7. Beasley, Teresa Jean - Partin Elementary School, Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, Reason:
Personal Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/25/2006
8. Bilz, Carol - Wekiva Elementary School, Assistant Instrctn Elem-196alt, Reason: Retired,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
9. Brown, Lugene - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Reason: Retired, Termination
Effective Date 5/25/2006
10. Campese, Eudora S - Casselberry Elementary School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/8
50%, Reason: Retired, Termination Effective Date 5/26/2006
11. Carroll, Roderick Antonio - Altamonte Elementary School, Custodian 12 month, Reason:
Personal Reasons, Termination Effective Date 4/22/2006
12. Ellingson, Rebecca Sue - Lyman High School, Exceptional Student Support, Assistant Educ
Interpreter 1, Reason: Personal Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
13. Grillos, Ann Marie - Rock Lake Middle School, Custodian 11 month, Reason: Personal
Reasons, Termination Effective Date 4/04/2006
14. Holland, Robbie J - Woodlands Elementary School, Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, Reason:
Personal Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/25/2006
15. Jamison, Miriam L - Wilson Elementary School, Secretary 223, Reason: Retired, Termination
Effective Date 6/17/2006
16. Jensen, Isabelle - Bear Lake Elementary School, FTE Clerk 12 Mo, Reason: Retired,
Termination Effective Date 5/31/2006
17. Kebschull, Leslie Marie - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Reason: Resig for
employ outside educa, Termination Effective Date 3/21/2006
18. Keitt, Agnes K - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Reason: Retired, Termination
Effective Date 5/25/2006

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19. Kirnie, Julee J - Highlands Elementary School, Paraprofessional ESE 188, Reason: Personal
Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/25/2006
20. Long, Dorothy V - Carillon Elementary School, Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, Reason:
Retired, Termination Effective Date 5/25/2006
21. Lopez, Maria Del Pilar - Wekiva Elementary School, Assistant ESE Supplemented 188,
Reason: Personal Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/25/2006
22. Mangino, Leisa M - Educational Support Center, Finance, Specialist 2 Property Account,
Reason: Resig for employ outside educa, Termination Effective Date 4/08/2006
23. Maytrott, Toccara Dawn - Seminole High School, Secretary 196, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
24. Montalvo, Helen A - Carillon Elementary School, Assistant Instructional Elem, Reason:
Personal Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/27/2006
25. Morris, Margaret Walden - Lake Mary High School, Secretary 223, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 5/13/2006
26. Potter, Barbara - Heathrow Elementary School, Assistant Technical 188, Reason: Personal
Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/25/2006
27. Rodriguez, Francisco - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 7 Hour, Reason: Retired,
Termination Effective Date 5/25/2006
28. Schmidt, Christina E - Teague Middle School, Assistant Instrctn Mid-188, Reason: Personal
Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/25/2006
29. Tucker, Jean E - Bear Lake Elementary School, Secretary 196, Reason: Retired, Termination
Effective Date 6/04/2006
30. Tweedie, Candiss L - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Reason: Personal Reasons,
Termination Effective Date 3/31/2006
31. Tyrrell, Patricia J - Seminole High School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/5, Reason:
Retired, Termination Effective Date 6/30/2006
32. Uddin, Asma K - Lake Howell High School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/5, Reason:
Personal Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/26/2006
33. Wagner, Janice Renee - Heathrow Elementary School, Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, Reason:
Personal Reasons, Termination Effective Date 5/25/2006
34. Wetherhold, Karen Louise - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Reason: Resig for
employ outside educa, Termination Effective Date 3/22/2006

EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS PERSONNEL RETURNING TO DUTY FROM LEAVE


OF ABSENCE for 2006-07
1. Allen, Katherine H - Wekiva Elementary School, Secretary 196alt, Return from Leave Date
7/20/2006
2. Byrd, Deborah Ann - Seminole High School, Custodian 12 month, Return from Leave Date
7/01/2006
3. Chester, Michele F - Wicklow Elementary School, Secretary 258, Return from Leave Date
7/01/2006
4. Davis, Rhonda G - Lake Mary High School, Secretary 223, Return from Leave Date 7/10/2006
5. Duvall-Nelson, Barbara Jean - Rock Lake Middle School, Exceptional Student Support,
Assistant ESE Supplemented, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
6. Emond, Karen J Transportation Services, Specialist 3 Payroll, Return from Leave Date
7/01/2006
7. England, Regina - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Return from Leave Date
7/31/2006
8. Ervin, Deborah S - English Estates Elementary School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/8
50%, Return from Leave Date 7/27/2006
9. Johnson, Barbara L - Lake Brantley High School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/5, Return
from Leave Date 7/27/2006

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10. Larson, Tami J - Lake Brantley High School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/5, Return from
Leave Date 7/27/2006
11. Lightner, Connie L - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Return from Leave Date
7/31/2006
12. McDermid, Diane G - Hamilton Elementary School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/8 - 50%,
Return from Leave Date 7/27/2006
13. Meeks, Kimberly A - Casselberry Elementary School, Exceptional Student Support,
Paraprofessional ESE 188, Return from Leave Date 7/27/2006
14. Mendoza, Diana E - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Return from Leave Date
7/31/2006
15. Meneses-Gomez, Marianela - Seminole High School, Food Service, FS Assistant 189/5.5,
Return from Leave Date 7/27/2006
16. Mikluscak, Anne Supriyanti - Red Bug Elementary School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/8 50%, Return from Leave Date 7/27/2006
17. Mort, Sabrina A - Sterling Park Elementary School, Assistant Instructional Elem, Return
from Leave Date 7/26/2006
18. Nieves, Gloria Indian Trails Midle School, Exceptional Student Support, Assistant ESE
Supplemented 188, Return from Leave Date 7/27/2006
19. Nowik, Sabine Astrid - Educational Support Center, County Office Miscellaneous, Assistant
Instructional Elem, Return from Leave Date 7/26/2006
20. Park, Soonae J - Indian Trails Middle School, Custodian 12 month, Return from Leave Date
7/01/2006
21. Rome, Carol Boies - Woodlands Elementary School, Assistant ESE Supplemented, Return
from Leave Date 7/26/2006
22. Santiago, Irma - Lyman High School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/8 - 50%, Return from
Leave Date 7/27/2006
23. Schaffer, Ticy Pitre - Lake Brantley High School, Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, Return
from Leave Date 7/26/2006
24. Tabares, Pedro L - Bentley Elementary School, Custodian 11 month, Return from Leave Date
7/10/2006
25. Temperly, Mary C - Walker Elementary School, Custodian 11 mo-223alt, Return from Leave
Date 7/10/2006
26. Tobin, Dianne Marie - Woodlands Elementary School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/8
50%, Return from Leave Date 7/27/2006
27. Trail, Juanita V - Transportation Services, Bus Monitor 8 Hour, Return from Leave Date
7/31/2006
28. Vazquez, Nicole Elizabeth - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Return from Leave
Date 7/31/2006
29. Wallenquest, Dawn M - Altamonte Elementary School, Custodian 11 month, Return from
Leave Date 7/10/2006
30. Wilson, Danielle Annette - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 7 Hour, Return from Leave
Date 7/31/2006

EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS PERSONNEL RETURNING TO DUTY FROM LEAVE


OF ABSENCE for 2005-06
1. Boivin, Veronica G - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Return from Leave Date
4/03/2006
2. Casey, Janet Lake Brantley High School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/5, Return from
Leave Date 4/10/2006
3. Freeney, Dorothy Williams - Heathrow Elementary School, Custodian 11 month, Return from
Leave Date 5/01/2006

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4. Gomez, Arelia De Jesus - Lyman High School, Custodian 10 month, Return from Leave Date
4/03/2006
5. Gorman, Pamela Ellen - Rock Lake Middle School, Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, Return
from Leave Date 5/25/2006
6. Gregg, Linda Marie - Lake Mary High School, Secretary 223, Return from Leave Date
5/01/2006
7. Huaman, Silvia Elena - Winter Springs High School, Custodian 11 month, Return from Leave
Date 4/25/2006
8. Johnson, Annette Highland Elementary School, Assistant Instruct Elem, Return from Leave
Date 5/10/2006
9. Johnson, Veronica - Transportation Services, Bus Driver 8 Hour, Return from Leave Date
4/17/2006
10. Lippert, Park Ellsworth - Highlands Elementary School, Custodian Head, Return from Leave
Date 3/31/2006
11. McClain, David Gary - Lake Mary High School, Food Service, FS Assistant 189/8 - 75%,
Return from Leave Date 4/17/2006
12. Meadows, Jacqueline - Transportation Services, Bus Monitor 8 Hour, Return from Leave Date
4/17/2006
13. Mike-Brinson, Katonya Selena - Sterling Park Elementary School, Assistant Instrctn
Elem-188, Return from Leave Date 5/08/2006
14. Moye, Virginia - Pine Crest Elementary School, Custodian 12 month, Return from Leave Date
5/04/2006
15. Reymundi, Adelaida Torres - Forest City Elementary School, Food Service, FS Employee
189/8- 50%, Return from Leave Date 3/27/2006
16. Webb, Willie Maxine - Lake Mary High School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/8 - 75%,
Return from Leave Date 4/26/2006
17. Zamarriego, Claudia - Casselberry Elementary School, Custodian 12 month, Return from
Leave Date 6/05/2006
18. Zingrich, Christine Winter Springs High School, Food Service, FS Employee 189/8 75%,
Return from Leave Date 4/04/2006
TH

RESIGNATION BY DEFAULT: FAILURE TO RESPOND TO THE MARCH 10 DEADLINE NOTIFYING


SUPERVISORS/PRINCIPALS OF INTENT TO RETURN FROM LEAVE OF ABSENCE PURSUANT TO
ARTICLE XIV, SECTION 9, E OF THE OFFICIAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN S.E.C.A. AND THE
SCHOOL BOARD OF SEMINOLE COUNTY.
1. Cruz, Ivette Lake Orienta Elementary School, Paraprofessional Elem 188
2. Davidson Jr, Bruce Wicklow Elemetary School, Paraprofesional ESE 188
3. Elliott, Suzanne Forest City Elementary School, Assistant ESE Supplemented 188

EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS CORRECTIONS TO PRIOR BOARD ACTION for 200506


1. Johnson Jr, Daniel Bentley Elementary School, Custodian Head, Reason: FROM: Personal
TO: Retired, Termination Effective Date 12/22/2005
2. Lippert, Park Ellsworth Highlands Elementary School, Custodian Head, Extend Sick with
Pay, Leave Date 2/21/2006, Expected Return Date FROM: 4/14/2006 TO: Expected Return Date
3/31/2006

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TEMPORARY DUTY OUT-OF-STATE LEAVE REQUESTS FOR THE BOARD MEETING ON: 4/25/2006

1. Almon, Susan Winter Springs Elementary School, Principal Elementary, Temporary Duty to
attend the Success for all Experienced Site Reading Conference in New York City, New York,
Leave Date 4/23/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/27/2006 (Funded by Title I)
2. Asplen, Brennan - Millennium Middle School, Principal Middle, Temporary Duty to attend
the Leadership Academy in Moneta, Virginia, Leave Date 10/13/2005, Return From Leave Date
10/15/2005 (Funded by Middle School Leadership Project)
3. Asplen, Brennan - Millennium Middle School, Principal Middle, Temporary Duty to attend
the Leadership Academy in Scottsdale, Arizona, Leave Date 2/22/2006, Return From Leave Date
2/25/2006 (Funded by Middle School Leadership Project)
4. Asplen, Brennan Millennium Middle School, Principal Middle, Temporary Duty to attend
the Professional Learning Communities Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, Leave Date 3/14/2006,
Return From Leave Date 3/16/2006 (Funded by Professional Development)
5. Bloomfield, Miriam - Crooms Academy of Infor Tech, Teacher, Temporary Duty to attend
the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting and Symposium in St. Louis,
Missouri, Leave Date 4/25/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/29/2006 (Funded by Professional
Development)
6. Brouillard, Virginia, Teague Middle School, Asst Principal Middle 11 Month, Temporary Duty to
attend the Association for Curriculum and Supervision Development Conference in Chicago,
Illinois, Leave Date 3/31/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/04/2006 (Funded by Professional
Development and Cost Center
7.Chavis, Lois Milwee Middle School, Principal Middle, Temporary Duty to attend the Magnet
Schools of America Conference in Omaha, Nebraska, Leave Date 4/24/2006,
Return From Leave Date 4/26/2006 (Funded by Choices Department)
8. Chanter, Carol - Educational Support Center, Instruct Excellence & Equity, Elementary
Principal on Assignment, Temporary Duty to attend the 2006 Lexile National Reading
Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, Leave Date 6/19/2006, Return From Leave Date 6/21/2006
(Funded by Reading Budget)
9. Collins, Connie - Crooms Academy of Infor Tech, Principal Crooms Academy, Temporary Duty
to attend the Magnet Schools of America Conference in Omaha, Nebraska, Leave Date
4/23/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/26/2006 (Funded by Cost Center)
10. Cote, Anna Marie - Instruct Excellence & Equity, Exec Dir Instruc Excell/Equity, Temporary
Duty to attend the 2006 Lexile National Reading Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, Leave Date
6/19/2006, Return From Leave Date 6/21/2006 (Funded by Reading Budget)
11. Dove, Robert Oviedo High School, Teacher Vocational, Temporary Duty to chaperone
students to the National Automotive Dealers Association Contest in New York City, New York,
Leave Date 4/17/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/21/2006 (Funded by Central Florida
Auto Dealer Association)
12. Gaines, Raymond - Educational Support Center, Executive Director/Secondary, Executive
Directory Secondary Education, Temporary Duty to attend the Magnet Schools of America
Conference in Omaha, Nebraska, Leave Date 4/23/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/26/2006
(Funded by Crooms Cost Center)
13. Hanberry, Diane - Educational Support Center, Special Projects/Title 1, Teacher Assignment/
Crclm Support, Temporary Duty to attend the Success for all Experienced Site Reading
Conference in New York City, New York, Leave Date 4/23/2006, Return From Leave Date
4/27/2006 (Funded by Title I)
14. Hardy-Blake, Brenedette Educational Support Center, Human Resources, Director
Rec/Ret/Ed Equity, Temporary Duty to Recruit at Delaware Valley Education Consortium
Recruitment Fair in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania, Leave Date 3/28/2006, Return From Leave Date
3/29/2006 (Funded by Recruitment)

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15. Hardy-Blake, Brenedette Educational Support Center, Human Resources, Director


Rec/Ret/Ed Equity, Temporary Duty to attend the 2006 Council for Exceptional Children
Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, Leave Date 4/05/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/07/2006
(Funded by Recruitment)
16. Harris, Laura Winter Springs Elementary School, Teacher, Temporary Duty to attend the
Success for all Experienced Site Reading Conference in New York City, New York,
Leave Date 4/23/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/27/2006 (Funded by Title I)
17. Jenkins, Sallie Educational Support Center, Professional Development,
Director Professional Development, Temporary Duty to attend the Franklin Covey Training
In Memphis, Tennessee, Leave Date 4/24/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/28/2006 (Funded by
Cost Center)
18. Johnson, Ted Tuskawilla Middle School, Assistant Principal Middle 10, Temporary Duty to
attend the 2006 Council Exceptional Children Annual Conference and Expo in Salt Lake City,
Utah, Leave Date 4/05/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/08/2006 (Funded by Exceptional Student
Support)
19. King, Jeanne Spring Lake Elementary School, Teacher, Other, Temporary Duty to attend
the 2006 Lexile National Reading Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, Leave Date 6/19/2006, Return
From Leave Date 6/21/2006 (Funded by Title I)
20. Macklin, Marilyn English Estates Elementary School, Teacher, Other, Temporary Duty to
attend the National Association of Elementary Principals Conference in San Antonio, Texas,
Leave Date 4/03/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/04/2006 (Funded by Scientific Learning for
Fast Forward)
21. Maxwell, Ivy Midway Elementary School, Teacher, Other, Temporary Duty to attend the
Magnet Schools of America Conference in Omaha, Nebraska, Leave Date 4/23/2006, Return
From Leave Date 4/26/2006 (Funded by Cost Center)
22. McCants, Leon Lake Brantley High School, Dean, Temporary Duty to Recruit at Delaware
Valley Education Consortium Recruitment Fair in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania, Leave Date
3/28/2006, Return From Leave Date 3/29/2006 (Funded by Recruitment)
23. Morgan, Sheralynn Winter Springs Elementary School, Teacher, Other, Temporary Duty to
attend the Success for all Experienced Site Reading Conference in New York City, New York,
Leave Date 4/23/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/27/2006 (Funded by Title I)
24. Murdock, Laura Winter Springs Elementary School, Reading Coach, Temporary Duty to
attend the Success for all Experienced Site Reading Conference in New York City, New York,
Leave Date 4/23/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/27/2006 (Funded by Title I)
25. Navarro, Robert Winter Springs Elementary School, Assistant Principal Elem 11 month,
Temporary Duty to attend Success for all Experienced Site Reading Conference in New York
City, New York, Leave Date 4/23/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/27/2006 (Funded by Title I)
26. Nogle, Dean Scott Hagerty High School, Teacher ROTC, Temporary Duty to attend the
JROTC School of Cadet Command in Fort Monroe, Virginia, Leave Date 5/01/2006, Return From
Leave Date 5/05/2006 (Funded by United States Army Cadet Command)
27. Petty, Eugene- Indian Trails Middle School, Principal Middle, Temporary Duty to attend the
National Association Secondary School Principals Conference in Reno, Nevada, Leave Date
3/15/2006, Return From Leave Date 3/17/2006 (Funded by Cost Center)
28. Phillips, Kathy Walker Elementary School, Principal Elementary, Temporary Duty to attend
the National Association of Elementary School Principals Conference in San Antonio, Texas,
Leave Date 3/30/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/05/2006 (Funded by School Professional
Development)
29. Schimmel, Benjamin Lake Mary Elementary School, Teacher, Temporary Duty to chaperone
Lake Mary High School Color Guard to the Winter Guard International World Championship in
Dayton, Ohio, Leave Date 4/04/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/09/2006 (Funded by Lake Mary
High School)

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30. Schmook, Ines Spring Lake Elementary School, Principal Elementary, Temporary Duty to
attend the 2006 Lexile National Reading Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, Leave Date 6/19/2006,
Return From Leave Date 6/21/2006 (Funded by Title I)
31. Tanner, Sharon Midway Elementary School, Principal Elementary, Temporary Duty to attend
the Magnet Schools of America Conference in Omaha, Nebraska, Leave Date 4/24/2006, Return
From Leave Date 4/26/2006 (Funded by Choices)
32. Thurston, Mary Keeth Elementary School, Teacher Exceptional Child, Temporary Duty to
attend the 2006 Council Exceptional Children Annual Conference and Expo in Salt Lake City,
Utah, Leave Date 4/05/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/07/2006 (Funded by Exceptional Student
Support)
33. Warner, Debbie - Educational Support Center, Curriculum Support Services, Coordinator of
Elem Reading, Temporary Duty to attend the 2006 Lexile National Reading Conference in
Atlanta, Georgia, Leave Date 6/19/2006, Return From Leave Date 6/21/2006 (Funded by Cost
Center)
34. Will, Kristina Winter Springs Elementary School, Teacher, Other, Temporary Duty to attend
Success for all Experienced Site Reading Conference in New York City, New York, Leave Date
4/23/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/27/2006 (Funded by School Advisory Committee)

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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SEMINOLE COUNTY

ACTION ITEM:

ANNUAL CONTRACT REAPPOINTMENTS

IV.E.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
The School Board of Seminole County approve the Annual Contract Personnel Reappointments as
presented.

2. Background/Analysis:
Pursuant to Florida Statutes 1012.22 (1) (b), all Personnel Reappointment Recommendations must be
approved by the School Board.

3. Fiscal Impact:
The Personnel Reappointments are within our budget.

4. Prepared by:

John Reichert
5. Board Meeting Date
Exec. Director of Human Resources/Professional Standards

4/25/06

Attachment(s): Instructional Reappointments


First Year RE Reappointments
Educational Support Professionals Reappointments
Back-up not in yellow book: None

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PERSONNEL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REAPPOINTMENT FOR 2006-07


SUBMITTED TO THE SCHOOL BOARD - 04/25/2006
Instructional Appointments/General and Federal Teachers
Altamonte Elementary School
1. Agress, Darlene - Teacher, AC
2. Chin, Victor - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
3. Churchill, Nancy Faye - Teacher, AC
4. Compton, Gina Marie - Teacher, AC
5. DeBow, Johnna L - Teacher, AC
6. Di Leo Mercer, Lisa B - Teacher, AC
7. Erskine, Gina M - Teacher, AC
8. Ginter, Krista M - Teacher, AC
9. Guyton-Louis, Tamara Nicole - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
10. Hoyos-Muniz, Genine - Teacher, AC
11. Jones, Barbara Marie - Teacher, AC
12. Markiewicz, Jan J - Teacher, AC
13. McIntyre, Kimberly Gayle - Teacher, AC
14. Newton, Betty Georgene - Teacher, AC
15. Palumbo, Michaella M - Teacher, Other, AC
16. Pate, Lisa Nelson - Teacher, AC
17. Poulos, L. Christina - Teacher, AC
18. Pylant, Paula M - Teacher, AC
19. Russo, Rebecca - Teacher, AC
20. Sauco, Lisa A - Teacher, AC
21. Schaefer, Rebecca Jane - Teacher, AC
22. Steffen, Melissa Jeanne - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
23. Tennant, Kathleen Anne - Teacher, AC
24. Wadley, Eleanor Shuntel - Teacher, AC
25. Whitney, Janet Rumsey - Teacher, AC
Bear Lake Elementary School
1. Copeland, Julie T - Teacher, 50%, AC
2. Fleming, Thomas Michael - Teacher, AC
3. Hopkins, Julie Ann - Teacher, AC
4. Mitchell, Barbara H - Teacher, AC
5. Pierson, Julia E - Teacher, AC
6. Rangel, Melissa Conway - Teacher, AC
7. Snyder, James D - Teacher, AC
8. Tindall, Amy Rebecca - Teacher, AC
9. Warren, Ami Leigh - Teacher, AC
10. Weber, DeAnn P - Teacher, AC
Bentley Elementary School
1. Argueta, Claudia - Teacher, AC
2. Ayres, Stefanie Michelle - Teacher, AC
3. Aznar- Mojica, Silvina - Teacher ESOL, AC
4. Backes, Laurin E - Teacher, AC
5. Bowmer, Sean Randle - Teacher, AC
6. Brown, Melissa Adkins - Teacher, AC
7. Calderon, Jaime F - Teacher, Other, AC
8. DeMint, Susan L - Teacher, AC
9. Doyle, Sarah Paige - Teacher, AC
10. Durham, Susan S - Teacher, AC
11. Fermin, Rocio - Teacher, AC

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12. Fink, Sandra Lee - Teacher, AC


13. Guzman, Andrea Veronica - Teacher, AC
14. Hayes, Latietia Dixon - Teacher, AC
15. Hudson, Claire Gandt - Teacher, AC
16. Jones, Cynthia Cambridge - Teacher, AC
17. McGuire, Genevieve Lin - Teacher, AC
18. Rickards, Christian M - Teacher, AC
19. Rodriguez, Maribel C - Teacher, AC
20. Sanchez, Denise - Teacher, AC
21. Sherman, Natasha D - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
22. Squier, Kathleen - Teacher, AC
23. Sunderman, Heather Brianna - Teacher, AC
24. Swain, Sabrena S - Teacher, AC
25. Terrell, Susan Allen - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
26. Winegar, Tonya Bernice - Teacher, AC
Career Education
1. Oldakowski, Joseph P - Teacher on Assnmnt/Crclm Spprt, AC
Carillon Elementary School
1. Baldauff, Brian C - Teacher, Other, AC
2. Grace, Jeffrey Michael - Teacher, AC
3. Guzzon, Sue A - Teacher, AC
4. Jones, Angela Maria - Teacher, AC
5. Lloyd, Robin Nicole - Teacher Exceptional Child, 50%, AC
6. Lucas, Kim - Teacher, AC
7. Sinclair, Karen - Teacher, AC
Casselberry Elementary School
1. Bell-Wright, Robin L. - Teacher, AC
2. Brennan, Meghan E - Teacher, AC
3. Imregi, Shannon Bernadette - Teacher, AC
4. Jordan, Angelique D - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
5. Meachem, Kimberly A - Teacher, 4th Year AC
6. Pennington, Kristin Amey - Teacher, AC
7. Small, Teresa Parker - Teacher, AC
8. Stone, Andrea Isbell - Teacher, 4th Year AC
9. Truesdell, Lori Elizabeth - Teacher, AC
10. Uppercue, Craig Brenton - Teacher, Other, AC
Chiles Middle School
1. Alte, Ashley Elizabeth - Teacher, AC
2. Augustine, Donna E - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
3. Brown, Paula Jane - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
4. Burritt-Smith, Winston L - Teacher, AC
5. Cornwell-Estes, Laura Kay - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
6. Crocker, Adam Jon - Teacher, 4th Year AC
7. Giesel, Jennifer V - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
8. Heavey, Brian - Teacher, AC
9. Johnson, Leah Bradford - Counselor Middle, 4th Year AC
10. Loriaux, Winnifred - Teacher, AC
11. Peters, Amy Marie - Teacher, AC
12. Poarch, Renae Marie - Teacher, AC
13. Stephan, Michelle L - Teacher, AC
14. VanDeventer, Cindy K - Teacher, AC
15. West, Jennifer Ann - Teacher, AC

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16. Zigmond, Robyn M - Teacher, AC


County Office Miscellaneous
1. Adams, LaToya B - Teacher, AC
2. Atkinson, Kathryn - Teacher, AC
3. Black, Gerald Michael - Teacher, AC
4. Bogert, Lisa Michelle - Teacher, AC
5. Brown, Shawneequa Denee - Teacher, AC
6. Burkot, Concetta V. - Teacher, AC
7. Campbell, Carrene Camille - Teacher, AC
8. Capelle, Sean - Teacher, AC
9. Castro, Dayra M. - Teacher, AC
10. Click, Billie June - Teacher ESOL, AC
11. Coleman, John Benjamin - Teacher, AC
12. Cook, Heather Marie - Teacher, AC
13. DiVeta, Susan Kay - Teacher, AC
14. Dorey, Megan Anne - Teacher, AC
15. Dorsey, Candice Elaine - Teacher, AC
16. Duque, Andrea Carolina - Teacher, AC
17. Fisher, Karin - Teacher, AC
18. Hardy, Cynthia Bess-Ann - Teacher, AC
19. Higgins, Susan M - Teacher, AC
20. Hilston, Candace Rae - Teacher, AC
21. Kilgour, Delores E - Teacher, AC
22. Krige, Abraham Jakobus - Teacher, AC
23. Lamarque, Sandra - Teacher, AC
24. Lana, Pereira Teacher, AC
25. Mathews, Katherine B - Teacher, AC
26. McGhee, Brenda Kay - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
27. Roberts, Deidre Ann - Teacher, AC
28. Salwen, Lynda - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
29. Shelton, Christie - Teacher, AC
30. Smith, Julie Anne - Teacher, AC
31. Trevett, Christine Yates - Teacher, AC
32. Walley Packwood, Melissa Kaye - Teacher, AC
33. Werhner, Timothy Patrick - Teacher, AC
34. Wilson-Montgomery, Laitima - Teacher, AC
Crooms Academy Of Infor Tech
1. Buford, Dali - Teacher, AC
2. Byrd, Jacqueline Denise - Teacher, AC
3. Diaz, Jose Roman - Teacher, 4th Year AC
4. Donnan, Clayton Nicholas - Teacher, AC
5. Hopkinson, Kyle Edward - Teacher, AC
6. Knight, Arthur - Coach Only, AC
7. Koster, David Alan - Teacher, AC
8. Williams, Juanita M - Teacher, AC
9. Yin, Andy Wai-Ming - Teacher, AC
Curriculum Support Services
1. Reinecke, William Tighe - Teacher on Assnmnt/Crclm Spprt, AC
Eastbrook Elementary School
1. Beveridge, Susan - Teacher, AC
2. Cash, Kristine Michelle - Teacher, 4th Year AC
3. Chasin, Amanda Rose - Teacher, AC

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4. Cunningham, Amy Elizabeth - Teacher, AC


5. Dillin, Linda W - Teacher, AC
6. Green, Micaela Leigh - Counselor Elementary, 75%, AC
7. Johnson, Mary - Teacher, AC
8. Lawrence, Jennifer A - Teacher, AC
9. McCullough, Kimberly Dowless - Teacher Exceptional Child, 50%, AC
10. Narva, Lisa - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
11. Santos, Elba Violeta - Teacher ESOL, 50%, AC
12. Steffen, Brett Jerard - Teacher, AC
13. Wells, Marianne - Teacher, AC
14. Welter, Tracy A - Teacher, AC
15. Wood, Suzanne C - Teacher, AC
English Estates Elementary School
1. Abaray, April M - Teacher, 4th Year AC
2. Binge, Karen Denise - Teacher, AC
3. Burnett, Shannon L - Teacher, AC
4. Council, Adriana C - Teacher, Other, AC
5. Datta, Sapna - Teacher, AC
6. Dorado, Gina Leonor - Teacher ESOL, AC
7. Eggert, Nicole Christine - Teacher, 4th Year AC
8. Garcia, Monica Graciela - Counselor Elementary, AC
9. Hall, Katherine D. - Teacher, AC
10. Huffman, Jennifer Giselle - Teacher, AC
11. Jones, Laura Gibbs - Teacher, AC
12. Lansman, Lauren B - Teacher, AC
13. Marte, Lisa M - Teacher, AC
14. Mulholland, Chris Ann - Teacher, AC
15. Plocica, Christian John - Teacher, Other, AC
16. Ramkissoon, Kristen Lynn - Teacher, Other, AC
17. Robinson, Tammera Meshale - Teacher, AC
18. Rodriguez, Christina Maria - Teacher, AC
19. Sabelhaus, James Richard - Teacher, Other, AC
20. Styles, Charlene Cox - Teacher, AC
21. Trahan, Michelle Lynne - Teacher, AC
22. Umansky, Ehren Grace - Teacher ESOL, AC
23. Yakubsin, Matthew Edward - Teacher, AC
24. Zettlemoyer, Anna C - Teacher, AC
Evans Elementary School
1. Bernstein, Quin Jarred - Teacher, AC
2. Crisona, Christopher J. - Teacher, AC
3. Hume, Howard Teacher, AC
4 Johnson, Amy Lynn Guida - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
5 Jorge, Elizabeth - Teacher, AC
6 Rothermich, Jackie O'Leary - Teacher, AC
7 Wilhite, Kelly Marie - Teacher, AC
Exceptional Student Support
1. Armantrout, Elizabeth M - School Social Worker 2, AC
2. Beauregard, Jacqueline Rita - School Psychologist, AC
3. Beech, Lynn Young - Specialist Staffing Resource, AC
4. Boccheciamp, Rosalind Odalys - Specialist Staffing Resource, AC
5. Carpenter, Kathy M - Therapist Physical BA, AC
6. Carter-Gilmartin, Betty Marguerite - Counselor Elementary, AC
7. Cronin, Jennifer - School Psychologist, AC

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8. Dopson, Natalie E - School Psychologist, AC


9. Drake, Jill Rand - School Social Worker 2, AC
10. Duncan, Bonnie L - Specialist Staffing Resource, AC
11. Friend, Heather Lynne - Therapist Physical BA, AC
12. Gray, Shari Lynn - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
13. Green, Micaela Leigh - Counselor Elementary, 25%, AC
14. Gunn, Alison C - Counselor Elementary, 50%, AC
15. Kelch, Julie D - Therapist Occupational BA, AC
16. Marshall, Brett R - Counselor High, AC
17. Mason, Joan Kathryn - School Psychologist, AC
18. Medel, Tara Shreve - School Psychologist, AC
19. Neuman, Charla L - School Psychologist, AC
20. Oglesby, Tony Vashon - Specialist Staffing Resource, AC
21. Parker, Angela S - Therapist Occupational BA, AC
22. Perez, Geraldine Luz - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
23. Rector, Eloise J - Teacher, AC
24. Reschke, Alaine Elizabeth - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
25. Rito, Jennifer Renee - School Psychologist, AC
26. Thomas, Cheryl Lynette - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
27. Thys, Kelly A. - Specialist Staffing Resource, AC
28. Tuck, Tara Joan - Specialist Inclusion, AC
29. Ulmer, Timothy P - School Psychologist, AC
30. West, Eileen Marie - Therapist Occupational BA, 75%, AC
31. Williams, Rhonda Lewis - School Psychologist, AC
32. Zagers, Gillian T - School Social Worker 2, AC
Forest City Elementary School
1. Akers, Andrea Christine - Teacher, AC
2. Aldridge, Jennifer Philhin - Teacher, AC
3. Bradley, Yvonne - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
4. Burgess, Melissa D - Teacher, AC
5. Clark-McKay, Jeanne Marie - Teacher, AC
6. Crawford, Benjamin Fredrick - Teacher, AC
7. Crum, Nicole Breanne - Teacher, AC
8. Drazen, Deborah Lynne - Teacher, AC
9. Geisler, Alison M - Teacher, AC
10. Gimeno, Dana Rebecca - Teacher, AC
11. Gross, Jason Robert - Teacher, 4th Year AC
12. Kuntz, Kristin Patricia - Teacher, AC
13. Lee, Yoonhee - Teacher ESOL, AC
14. Lucyk, John Bohdan - Teacher Exceptional Child, 50%, AC
15. Markley, Paul Jason - Teacher, AC
16. Merrow, Margaret L - Teacher, AC
17. Mitchell, Rubylyn Elizabeth - Teacher, AC
18. Parker, Sarah - Teacher, AC
19. Santa-Gerzanick, June E - Teacher, AC
20. Stablein, Gladys - Teacher, AC
21. Van Der Zeeuw, Julie Nina - Teacher, Other, 50%, AC
22. Wood, Melissa Renee - Teacher, AC
Geneva Elementary School
1. Brown, Kay Ann - Teacher, AC
2. Kelly, Dawn M. - Teacher, AC
3. Papai, Ann Marie - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
4. Patton, Sara Lindley - Teacher, AC
5. Rothfuss, Denise Michelle - Teacher, AC

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6. Stephens, Debra S - Teacher, AC


7. Weber, Deborah L - Teacher, AC
Goldsboro Elementary School
1. Bailey, Lori Johnson - Teacher, AC
2. Bell-Thompson, Yealishea - Teacher, AC
3. Brown, Kelly Robertson - Teacher, AC
4. Brown, MyKenya Yasmeen - Teacher, AC
5. Browning, Sara Carolyn - Teacher, AC
6. Christainsen, Jacqueline Marie - Teacher, AC
7. Eule, Lynn Ann - Teacher, AC
8. McNeal, Sarah Nicole - Teacher, AC
9. Myers, Lori Susanne - Teacher, AC
10. Nelson, Hugette - Teacher, AC
11. Noel, Leslie S - Teacher, AC
12. Overeem, Robin M - Teacher, AC
13. Percival, Cynthia Robbins - Teacher, AC
14. Speer, Shaunna Lynn - Teacher, AC
15. Tiernan, Michelle Renee - Teacher, Other, AC
16. West, Katie Lynn - Teacher, AC
Greenwood Lakes Middle School
1. Alderman, Amanda Lee - Teacher, AC
2. Bethel, Leslie Elaine - Teacher, AC
3. Botschin, Lothar B - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
4. Coatoam, Suzanne Dawn - Teacher, AC
5. Cortes, Daphne Ivette - Counselor Middle, AC
6. Fleener, Sarah K - Teacher, AC
7. Hadley, Allison L - Teacher, AC
8. Hernandez, Lauren Kelly - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
9. Jeantet, Kimberly Jean - Teacher, AC
10. Kiefer, Rebecca M Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
11. McDonald, Michael B - Teacher, AC
12. Mouton, Michelle Tillman - Teacher, AC
13. Mwanza, Oya Hetheru - Teacher, AC
14. Reeves, Suzanne E - Teacher, AC
16. Stoeffler, James B - Teacher, AC
17. Webb, Sarah Nicole - Teacher Vocational, AC
18. Wilson, Amie Melissa Eisele - Teacher, AC
19. Wright, LoriAnne J - Teacher, AC
Hagerty High School
1. Ayad, Mark S - Coach Only, AC
2. Cabrera, Daniel - Coach Only, AC
3. Bellamy, Rodney Dean, AC
3. Cruickshank-Sadry, Paula-Rae - Teacher, AC
4. Fontanez, Alex Vega - Coach Only, AC
5. Forbes, Emily N - Coach Only, AC
6. Fuhrman, Eric Robert - Coach Only, AC
7. Garstang, Holly Paige - Teacher, AC
8. Gerking, Shelby E - Teacher, AC
9. Hamilton, Brett Beckly - Teacher, AC
10. Jennings, Kari Nicole - Teacher, AC
11. Jones, Jason S - Coach Only, AC
12. Kohn, Joshua C - Teacher, AC
13. Mackes, Kathleen M - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC

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14. Negron, Dinah - Teacher ESOL, AC


15. Nogle, Dean Scott Wilson - Teacher ROTC, AC
16. Person-Irby, Tanya Laticia - Teacher Vocational, AC
17. Pope, Charles L - Coach Only, AC
18. Sander, Perrin Alana - Coach Only, AC
19. Sharek, Andrew Joseph - Coach Only, AC
20. Silberman, Ashlye M - Coach Only, AC
21. Sitter, Adam C - Coach Only, AC
22. Walters, Brittany Lorraine - Coach Only, AC
23. Wilken-Yoder, Grace Marie - Teacher, 80%, AC
24. Williams, Harold Lawrence - Teacher, AC
25. Woodson Jr, John H - Coach Only, AC
Hamilton Elementary School
1. Bell, Christopher - Teacher, Other, AC
2. Bybee, Ann Ralston - Teacher, AC
3. Clark, Kelly Marie - Teacher, AC
4. Davis, Rikki Lynn - Teacher, AC
5. Dozois, Felicia Heather - Teacher, AC
6. Ferrer, Michelle Marie - Teacher, Other, AC
7. Gardner, Cynthia - Teacher, AC
8. Gilliard, Shannon Leigh - Teacher, AC
9. Kavitch, Lori M - Teacher, AC
10. Laflamme, Brenda L - Teacher, Other, AC
11. Mellor, Kathleen Sullivan - Teacher, AC
12. Nieves, Nayda I - Teacher, Other, AC
13. Ramsay, Ashleigh Ann - Teacher, AC
14. Randolph, Pamela Jane Meizlik - Teacher, Other, AC
15. Reda, Patricia Ann - Teacher, Other, AC
16. Reyes, Kelli Jo - Teacher, AC
17. Schmitt, Charlotte J - Teacher, Other, AC
18. Schwartz, Jordan Nicole - Teacher, AC
19. Spencer, Eva Virginia - Teacher, AC
20. Stephenson, Mary Lee Baker - Teacher, AC
Heathrow Elementary School
1. Ackley, Jennafer Eden - Teacher, AC
2. Bensen, Melanie Anne - Teacher, AC
3. Cepero, Jeannine Michelle - Teacher, AC
4. Deines, Courtney R - Teacher, AC
5. Dinger, Kathleen C - Teacher, AC
6. Garlick, Maria E - Teacher, Other, AC
7. Knight, Wendy Flynn - Teacher, 4th Year AC
8. Langevin, Kristen Marie - Teacher, AC
9. Leslie, Erin Cara - Teacher, AC
10. Lommerse, Kristi Marie - Teacher Exceptional Child, 50%, AC
11. Lynn, Kelly Lynn - Teacher, AC
12. Martinez, Yolanda - Teacher, AC
13. Meyer, Stacy M - Teacher, AC
14. Natale, Marisa - Teacher, AC
15. Norton, LaKeshia Maria - Teacher, AC
16. Perry, Susan - Teacher, AC
17. Principe, Sandra H - Teacher, AC
18. Riney, Jamie B - Teacher, Other, AC
19. Smit, Jacobus Petrus - Teacher, AC

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Highlands Elementary School


1. Alonzo, Edith - Teacher ESOL, AC
2. Ayers, Amy Elizabeth - Teacher, AC
3. Bloedorn, Barbie Mae - Teacher, AC
4. Brown, Carolyn R - Teacher, Other, 80%, AC
5. Garbers, Amy S - Teacher, Other, AC
6. Lang, Paula M. - Teacher Exceptional Child, 50%, AC
7. Mahan, Lindsay Teacher, AC
7. McFadden, Bruce Edward - Teacher, Other, AC
8. Spinelli, Trina W - Teacher, AC
9. St. Pierre, Rachel J - Teacher Exceptional Child, 50%, AC
10. Sylvia, Gina Margaret-Amy - Teacher, AC
Hopper Center
1. Alvarado, Luis D Teacher Exceptional Child, 4th Year AC
2. Sedigh, Peri E - Teacher, Other, AC
Idyllwilde Elementary School
1. Armstrong, Ashley - Teacher, AC
2. Arvai, Cindy L - Teacher, AC
3. Bennett, Jennifer Marie - Teacher, AC
4. Boda, Paula C - Teacher, AC
5. Bruckart, Carol Jean - Teacher, AC
6. Fitzgerald, Kathleen A - Teacher, AC
7. Forsyth, Sandra Kay - Teacher, AC
8. Gallahue, Ayleen Nicole - Teacher, AC
9. Hambor, Maegan Marie - Teacher, AC
10. Hancock, Rachael Leigh - Teacher, AC
11. Hicks, Virginia D - Teacher, AC
12. Koepp, Jennifer Harriet - Teacher, Other, 50%, AC
13. Lee, Matthew Charles - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
14. Lockwood, Rosalind Nicole - Teacher, AC
15. Mann, Andrea Jeanne - Teacher, AC
16. Norton, Corrine E - Teacher, AC
17. Panarello, Triscia Marie - Teacher, AC
18. Peters, John Philip - Teacher, AC
19. Rotundo, Kathryn Marie - Teacher, AC
20. Solomon, Angela Marie - Teacher, AC
21. Soutter, Rhonda Lynn - Teacher, AC
22. Summers, Chanda F - Teacher, AC
23. Travieso, Gretchen Joy - Teacher, AC
Indian Trails Middle School
1. Broome, Elaine Estelle - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
2. Duda, Patricia D - Teacher, AC
3. Edwards, Yaschika S - Teacher, AC
4. Manias, John T - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
5. Wick, Kara M - Teacher, AC
Instruct Excellence & Equity
1. Brown, Eva Wilson - Teacher on Assnmnt/Other, AC
Jackson Heights Middle School
1. Abery-Lyman, Kim Alison - Teacher, AC
2. Buddy, Lee Clinton - Teacher Exceptional Child, 4th Year AC
3. Gotter, Margaret H - Teacher, AC

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4. Horton, Tracey N - Teacher, AC


5. McNair, Kelli Ayn - Teacher, AC
6. Williamson, Jeremy Allen - Teacher, AC
7. Winters, Sharon Sue - Teacher Vocational, AC
8. Yrigollen, Michelle S - Teacher, AC
Keeth Elementary School
1. Amstadt, Billie - Teacher, AC
2. Daquin, Tia Johari - Teacher, AC
3. Everson, Lindsay Beth - Teacher, AC
4. Haasis, Susan J - Teacher, AC
5. Littlefield, Pamela Susan - Teacher, AC
6. Palau, Giannina A - Teacher ESOL, AC
7. Polley, Nathan Howard - Teacher, AC
8. Siddiq, Erika L Jewell - Teacher, AC
Lake Brantley High School
1. Anderson, Robert Eric - Coach Only, AC
2. Bearden III, Lloyd Benton - Coach Only, AC
3. Brannon, Jeremy R - Teacher, AC
4. Brown, Brandi Janelle - Teacher, AC
5. Carazo, Gilda M Grau - Coach Only, AC
6. Cecere, Angela Marie - Teacher Vocational, 50%, AC
7. Chaaban, Bahija H - Teacher Vocational, AC
8. Coonan, Matthew E - Teacher, AC
9. Cuff, Michael F - Teacher, AC
10. Cuff, Robert Francis - Coach Only, AC
11. Cutler III, Charles S - Teacher, AC
12. Dalland, Christopher M - Teacher, AC
13. Davis, Everett M - Coach Only, AC
14. DePaolo, Mahria Berndt - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
15. Dougherty, Gina Pae - Teacher, AC
16. Eytchison, Melissa Kay - Teacher, AC
17. Fessler, Jacob Ron - Teacher, AC
18. Fine, Jennifer J - Counselor High, 4th Year AC
19. Green, Annette M - Teacher, AC
20. Guitar, Jessica Rhea - Teacher, AC
21. Hall, Chad Michael - Teacher, AC
22. Hammond, Kenneth W. - Coach Only, AC
23. Harmatuck, Donna L - Teacher Vocational, AC
24. Harris, Andrea Nichele - Teacher, 30%, AC and Teacher Exceptional Child, 70%, AC
25. Jucker, Katherine Ann - Teacher, 50%, AC
26. Kilpatrick III, Carlton E - Teacher, AC
27. Lerch, Nicole Marie - Coach Only, AC
28. Manning Jr, Robert Eugene - Teacher, AC
29. Martin IV, James S - Teacher Vocational, AC
30. Mazol, Jessica L - Teacher, AC
31. McCollough, Brooke Dodson - Counselor High, AC
32. Micklos, Nancy L - Teacher, 60%, 4th Year AC
33. Morris, Ikema Danesha - Teacher, AC
34. Naruta, Gregory Paul - Teacher, AC
35. Oehlrich, Rhonda R Burns - Coach Only, AC
36. Parnell, J Clay - Teacher, 50%, AC
37. Penaga, Leighann - Teacher, AC
38. Pizarro, Carlos Juan - Coach Only, AC
39. Porter, Laura Denise - Counselor High, AC

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40. Reed, Lemuel - Coach Only, AC


41. Riether, Anna M - Teacher, 75%, AC
42. Rinyu, Michael James - Coach Only, AC
43. Rottler-Wysong, Nicole A. - Teacher, AC
44. Simmons, Vita Filippa - Teacher, AC
45. Smiley, Barbara Antwoine - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
46. Smith, Lawrence C - Teacher, AC
47. Stevens, Sandra Lynn - Coach Only, AC
48. Stitt, Tracy D - Coach Only, AC
49. Trahan, Erin Grau - Teacher, AC
50. Vallone, Theresa - Teacher, 50%, AC
51. Watson, Cheryl B - Coach Only, AC
52. Wheeler, Kimberly D - Teacher, AC
53. Williams-Johnson, Iris Renee - Teacher, AC
54. Young, Stacy Jeanne - Teacher, AC
Lake Howell High School
1. Barnett, Diana Gimelfarb - Teacher, AC
2. Barney, Melissa Jane - Teacher, 50%, AC
3. Baucom, Mary R - Teacher, AC
4. Beltran, Lisa R - Teacher, AC
5. Bisceglia, Michael F - Teacher, AC
6. Boetto, Maurice M - Coach Only, AC
7. Burton, Bo Kelsey - Teacher, AC
8. Cantrell, Jennifer L - Teacher Vocational, AC
9. Chevrier, Christopher Andrew - Teacher Vocational, AC
10. Cole, Ryan K - Teacher, AC
11. Connelly, Amy Elizabeth - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
12. Di Mario, Jeffrey P - Coach Only, AC
13. Dopson, Detra Patrice - Teacher, AC
14. Edwards, James David - Coach Only, AC
15. Eisenmenger, Jennifer Leigh - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
16. Ferris, Hannah E - Teacher, AC
17. Hasty, Deanna L - Teacher Exceptional Child, 4th Year AC
18. Hudson, Monette Virginia - Teacher, AC
19. Kemper, Matthew W - Teacher, AC
20. Lawrence, Kim S - Teacher, 4th Year AC
21. Leman, Scott Myer - Teacher, AC
22. Lowenberg, Kelly Dunn - Teacher, AC
23. Mathews, Courtney C - Teacher, AC
24. McCoy, Alyson Barnes - Coach Only, AC
25. Metz, Ursula Peabody - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
26. Miller, Valerie Celeste - Teacher, AC
27. Moran, Shannon Rita - Teacher, AC
28. Myers, Timothy M - Coach Only, AC
29. Pasternak, Travis James - Teacher, AC
30. Pena, Stephanie Vivien - Teacher, AC
31. Polito, Randall Foster - Coach Only, AC
32. Rodriguez, Jordan J - Teacher, AC
33. Roehrig, Robert Joseph - Coach Only, AC
34. Rogowski, Joseph P. - Teacher, AC
35. Smith, Elise Anderson - Teacher, AC
36. Sreniawski, Sean J - Teacher, AC
37. Toomey, Nina V - Teacher, 50%, AC
38. Varas, Jean M - Coach Only, AC
39. Washington, Toranika Lanai - Teacher, 50%, AC

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40. Werner, Dawnelle April - Teacher, AC


41. Wilk, Bryan Edmund - Teacher, AC
42. Williams Jr., Patrick Andrew - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
43. Woldman, Valerie L - Teacher, AC
Lake Mary Elementary School
1. Hotop, Leanne Frances - Teacher, AC
2. Johnston, Christina Marie - Teacher, AC
3. Lantzy, Jennifer L - Teacher, AC
4. McKenna, Carolyn Lou - Teacher, AC
5. Nelson, Tuyet-Mai Acosta - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
6. Rapchinski, Kimberly Michelle - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
7. Schimmel, Benjamin Efron - Teacher, AC
Lake Mary High School
1. Abercrombie, Jennifer Ross - Counselor High, AC
2. Alvarado, Mario - Coach Only, AC
3. Aman, Randall R - Teacher, AC
4. Brown, Nicole Elizabeth - Teacher, AC
5. Casanova, Jacquelin Marie - Teacher, AC
6. Chase, Rebecca Linnette - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
7. Cianflone, Joseph Daniel - Coach Only, AC
8. Coduto, Brian Angelo - Teacher Vocational, 4th Year AC
9. Cooks, Barner L - Coach Only, AC
10. Corkins, Bryan A - Teacher, AC
11. Dansereau, Kim M - Teacher, AC
12. Davidson, Patricia W - Teacher, AC
13. Decio, Teresa G - Teacher, AC
14. Dehlinger, Erin L - Teacher, AC
15. Diaz, Janice - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
16. Fernandez, Ileana M. - Teacher, AC
17. Forguson, Owen E - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
18. Goodwin, Jered Maynard - Teacher, AC
19. Gossett Jr., Ronnie O. - Coach Only, AC
20. Grissom, Donita Jane - Teacher ESOL, AC
21. Hawthorne, Tiffany R - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
22. Jackson, Lora Rae - Teacher, AC
23. Jesko, Brian J - Teacher, AC
24. Kennedy, Kelly Ann - Teacher, 50%, and Teacher Exceptional Child, 50%, 4th Year AC
25. Kersten, Stephanie Dianne - Teacher, AC
26. Lanuto, Franklin - Coach Only, AC
27. Lyon, Lory Rana - Teacher, AC
28. Maness, John Charles - Teacher ROTC, AC
29. Montgomery, Kim E - Coach Only, 50%, AC
30. Morgan, Andrew Colin - Teacher, AC
31. Moser, Douglas A. - Coach Only, AC
32. Reedy, Matthew Coach Only, AC
33. Skeates, Gregory E - Teacher, 4th Year AC
34. Smar, Daina Elizabeth - Coach Only, AC
35. Stanton, Andrea Jean - Teacher, AC
36. Stephen, Clark L. - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
37. Sugg, Carolyn Hays - Teacher, 80%, AC
38. Walton, Faith Elaina - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
39. Williams, Keith Travaris - Coach Only, AC

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Lake Orienta Elementary School


1. Banos, Zulma Vanessa - Teacher ESOL, AC
2. Bilancio, Carrie A - Teacher, AC
3. Billings, Thomas Michael - Teacher, Other, AC
4. Bosquez, Rebecca Deane - Teacher, AC
5. Boucree, Blanca Diaz - Teacher, AC
6. Brown, Michele L - Teacher, 4th Year AC
7. Callahan, Amanda Mae - Teacher, AC
8. Carnell, Kamber Ashley - Teacher, AC
9. Chavez, Nicole R - Teacher, AC
10. Danner, Amber R - Teacher, AC
11. Fareed, Mary - Teacher, AC
12. Franklin, Julanne G - Teacher, AC
13. Fulmer, Natalie Day - Teacher, AC
14. Goldstein, Joshua Eric - Teacher, AC
15. Harmeling, Abby J - Teacher, AC
16. Horner, Brenda Luther - Teacher, Other, 50%, AC
17. Krakowski, Erica Cass - Teacher, AC
18. Lombardi, Jennifer A - Teacher, AC
19. Metiva, Debra J - Teacher, AC
20. Nunez, Linda Lee - Teacher ESOL, AC
21. Pass, Sharon Kathleen - Teacher, Other, 50%, AC and Teacher, Other, 50%, AC
22. Phillips, Nancy Zehntner - Media Specialist Elementary, AC
23. Quinones, Hazel Claire - Teacher, AC
24. Reyes, Xavier Sixto - Teacher, 4th Year AC
25. Rosenquist, Loree Vaye - Teacher, AC
26. Sasso, Courtney M - Teacher, AC
27. Tanner, Sandra M - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
Lawton Elementary School
1. Botsko, Daneen L - Teacher, AC
2. James, Audrey J - Teacher, AC
3. Kiefer, Sarah E - Teacher, AC
4. Lee, Ginger E - Teacher, AC
5. Soto-Porrata, Rosa Linda - Teacher, AC
6. Tomasetti, Amanda - Teacher, AC
Layer Elementary School
1. Barnett, Christine E - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
2. Castillo, Sonia Michelle - Teacher ESOL, AC
3. Christopher, Colleen A - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
4. Deppe, Lisa A - Teacher, AC
5. Gilbreath, Meaghann Kathleen Alsop - Teacher, AC
6. Gurney, Jessica M - Teacher, AC
7. Holcombe, Laura Vanessi - Teacher, AC
8. Hughes, Kyle John - Teacher, Other, AC
9. Krug, Marilyn A - Teacher, Other, AC
10. Ligon, Tracy Franz - Teacher, AC
11. Mediavilla, Sebrina Marie Senez - Teacher, AC
12. Pais, Jennifer L - Teacher, AC
13. Patel, Punam M - Teacher, AC
14. Weigand, Christine Mary - Teacher, AC

Longwood Elementary School


1. Beckman, Christine Marie - Teacher, Other, AC

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2. Christensen, Jennifer Leigh - Teacher, AC


3. Collins, Kelli A - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
4. Ellis, Glenda Wooldridge - Teacher, Other, AC
5. Fields, Jamie Marie - Teacher, AC
6. Garcia, Lena Nannette - Teacher, AC
7. Mandell, Erin Beth - Teacher, AC
Lyman High School
1. Brickelmaier, George - Coach Only, AC
2. Brooks, Karl S - Teacher Vocational, AC
3. Burgard, Jessica Sarah - Coach Only, AC
4. Coatoam Jr, Gary W - Teacher, AC
5. Coleman, Virginia D - Teacher, 4th Year AC
6. Douglass, Jill Deanne - Teacher, AC
7. Durning, Jessica Lynn - Teacher, 4th Year AC
8. Forbes, Alphonzo Keith - Coach Only, AC
9. Forza, Christine Peltzer - Teacher, 50%, AC
10. Fulford, Bryan Wilbert - Coach Only, AC
11. Gaudio, Stephanie Anne - Teacher, 50%, AC
12. Gerdeman, Susan M - Teacher, AC
13. Gillilan, Mary K - Teacher, AC
14. Goodman, Pamela - Coach Only, AC
15. Hargis, Sheryl E - Counselor High, AC
16. Hauza, Rachel Lynn - Coach Only, AC
17. Herro, Mariette F - Teacher, AC
18. Hudson, Jane Louise - Teacher ESOL, AC
19. Jordan, Angela Rochelle - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
20. Keenan, Heather Ann - Teacher, AC
21. Kohn, Tiffany S - Teacher, 50%, AC
22. Kuenzli, Eric W. - Coach Only, AC
23. Lyons, Martha Kramer - Teacher, AC
24. Maldonado, Jeremy R. - Coach Only, AC
25. Moye, David R - Teacher Vocational, AC
26. Ponce, Kenny Tello - Coach Only, AC
27. Ramos, Edward J - Counselor High, AC
28. Rodriguez, Diana P - Teacher, AC
29. Ruiz, David T - Coach Only, AC
30. Schwebel, Joan Ostrow - Teacher, 50%,
31. Sanchez, Jose Antonio - Teacher, AC
32. Sands, Chaimelle DiShaune - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
33. Sapp, Ellen Marie - Teacher Vocational, 50%, and Teacher, 50%, AC
34. Shalls, Joan D - Counselor High, AC
35. Skelton, Matthew Donald Carroll - Coach Only, AC
36. Thomas, Rena Patrice - Teacher, AC
37. Van Hooven, Craig George - Coach Only, AC
38. Vela, Charles R - Coach Only, AC
39. Watson, Kerry L - Coach Only, AC
40. Williams, Jeanette J - Counselor High, AC
41. Wood, Mary M - Teacher, AC
42. Young, Nathan - Coach Only, , AC
Midway Elementary School
1. Bybee, Samantha C - Teacher, AC
2. English, Rachel Dawn - Teacher, AC
3. Grayson, Nicole L - Teacher, AC
4. Harris, Deborah Ann - Teacher Exceptional Child, 50%,

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5. Huffman, Aaron M. - Teacher, AC


6. Ireland, Shannon Noel - Teacher, AC
7. Maclam, Laura Alissa - Teacher, AC
8. Ortiz-Dottori, Cristina - Teacher, Other, AC
9. Tickal, Clara J - Teacher ESOL, 50%, AC
10. Watson, David L - Teacher, AC
11. Wennerstrom, Roberta G. - Teacher, AC
12. Werner, Michael D - Teacher, Other, AC
13. Yankelevitz, Stacy Jean - Teacher, AC
Millennium Middle School
1. Adams, Dia Marie - Teacher, AC
2. Babcock, Charida Lynne - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
3. Barranco, Carlos - Teacher, AC
4. Bell, Barbara Jean - Teacher, AC
5. Bell, Toshica R - Teacher, AC
6. Brown, Robin Tineka - Teacher, AC
7. Christopher-Lewis, Christina Maria - Teacher, AC
8. Dose, Angela Hobbs - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
9. Dregne, Kathleen Jean - Teacher, AC
10. Duplantis, Jo Ann - Reading Coach, AC
11. Kaesberg, Theresa Marie - Teacher, AC
12. McCorkle, Summer Tyme - Teacher, AC
13. Parkhurst, Dalys - Teacher, AC
14. Ramsagar, Nalini Rai - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
15. Rieken, Nicole Rae - Teacher, AC
16. Ruebusch, Jenni Wren - Teacher, AC
17. Seay, Katie Elizabeth - Teacher, AC
18. Smith, Lorie Anne - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
19. Specht, Brandon M - Teacher, AC
20. Steinkamp, Danielle M - Teacher, AC
21. Turner, Catherine Helene - Teacher, AC
22. Unruh, Courtney Ricole - Teacher, AC
23. Urena, Cynthia Barbara - Teacher ESOL, AC
24. Valentin, Antonio - Teacher, AC
25. Voskovitch, Laura M - Teacher, AC
Milwee Middle School
1. Akers, Roy Joseph - Teacher, AC
2. Barnett, Christen Eboni - Teacher, 4th Year AC
3. Boyde, Frances - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
4. Brand, Regina A - Teacher, AC
5. Brown, Kristin Sloan - Teacher, AC
6. Coker, Luci Shackelford - Teacher on Assnmnt/Crclm Spprt, 50%, AC
7. Davis, Farica G - Teacher, AC
8. Dorn, Kelly E - Teacher, AC
9. Ferrell, Kelvin Theodice - Teacher, AC
10. Fields, Alexis Ann - Teacher Exceptional Child, 50%, AC
11. Hampel, Diana Lynn - Teacher, AC
12. Lias, Richard Emile - Teacher, AC
13. Manias, Cassandra Rae - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
14. Morales, Yahaira Diaz - Teacher ESOL, AC
15. Mudlock, Amanda - Teacher, AC
16. Pletzer, Gretchen Mertz - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
17. Sanchez, Steve - Dean, AC
18. Sepulveda, Marisol - Teacher ESOL, AC

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19. Sundvall, Shannon Michelle - Teacher, AC


20. VanRees, Suzanne Marie - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
Oviedo High School
1. Ackley, Matthew M - Teacher Vocational, AC
2. Barnes, Tiffany - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
3. Barson, Robert David - Coach Only, AC
4. Cook, Justin Robert - Coach Only, AC
5. Ferrel, Samantha Marie - Coach Only, AC
6. Gase, Christopher Ryan - Coach Only, AC
7. Gradert, Courtney Aileen - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
8. Hilton, Eloisa C - Teacher, AC
9. Holloway, Kelly Kristine - Teacher, AC
10. Jesse II, Thomas G - Teacher, AC
11. Lawarre III, Robert W - Teacher, AC
12. Leisher, Colin Glen - Coach Only, AC
13. Long, Chadwick Alan - Teacher, AC
14. Luker, Tom K - Coach Only, AC
15. Marteney, Dale Irvin - Teacher ROTC, AC
16. Matherly, Nancy A - Coach Only, AC
17. McDonald, Sarah Ellen - Teacher, AC
18. Newman, Rebecca C - Teacher, 60%, AC
19. Nicholson, Melissa Laporto - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
20. Nielsen, Nicole Loraine - Coach Only, AC
21. Pateracki, Courtney Anne - Teacher, AC
22. Pollard, Laura - Teacher, AC
23. Potvin, Richard James - Coach Only, AC
24. Roberts, Ryan Monroe - Teacher, AC
25. Russo, Lesley - Teacher, AC
26. Salvatoriello, Scott Allan - Teacher, 4th Year AC
27. Schiff, Deborah Irene Tofano - Teacher, AC
28. Schumacher, Anne Marie - Coach Only, AC
29. Sincevich, Matt J - Teacher, AC
30. Stone, Joan K - Teacher, AC
31. Valle, Rafael - Teacher, AC
32. Van Komen, Adrienne - Teacher, AC
Partin Elementary School
1. Galletti, Julianne - Teacher, AC
2. Mitchell, Daniela Arguello - Teacher, 4th Year AC
3. Toth, Jessica Victoria - Teacher, AC
Pine Crest Elementary School
1. Ashley, Sarah - Teacher, AC
2. Babbitt, Amanda Lynn - Teacher, AC
3. Bass, Jason Van Allan - Teacher, AC
4. Brumm, Rhonda Lorraine - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
5. Cameron, Eric Wade - Counselor Elementary, AC
6. Colangelo, Kelly Radel - Teacher, AC
7. Colangelo, Scott T - Teacher, Other, AC
8. Doege, Carole Ann - Teacher, Other, AC
9. Finocchiaro, Mario J - Teacher, AC
10. Freeman, Jeanette L - Teacher, AC
11. Halfhill, Sheri Lynn - Teacher, AC
12. Hill, Jessica Karleen - Teacher, AC
13. Hodach, Katrina A - Teacher, AC

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14. Marvin, Sara Lynn - Teacher, AC


15. Norman, Debbra Lynn - Teacher, AC
16. Penrod, Sarah Elizabeth - Teacher, AC
17. Phillips, Amy Estelle - Teacher, AC
18. Richmond, Tiana M - Teacher, AC
19. Rimmer, Susan Ross - Teacher, Other, 4th Year AC
20. Scott, Jennifer Lisa - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
21. Shurtz, Lindsey Allison - Teacher, AC
22. Thomas, Tracy D - Teacher, AC
23. Wojtecki, Lawrence J - Teacher, AC
Quest Academy
1. Baron, Susan Berg - Teacher, AC
2. Fisher, Amy Elizabeth - Teacher, AC
3. Robbins, Stephanie Jude - Teacher, AC
4. Sorrentino, Reo G - Teacher, AC
5. Thomas, Shakeba Eunica - Teacher, AC
Rainbow Elementary School
1. Bugea, Eileen Elizabeth - Teacher, AC
2. Clements, Taylar Brooke - Teacher, AC
3. Gross, Lashay Marie - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
4. Hall, Holly Ann - Teacher, AC
5. Jones, Nyshea Amber - Teacher, AC
6. Kennedy, Analexis Padron - Teacher, AC
7. Mehlenbacher, Jennifer Lynn - Teacher, AC
8. Money, Ellen N - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
9. Mumbert, Daniel Paul - Teacher, Other, AC
10. Padron, Shannon Borg - Teacher, AC
11. Ross, Alicia Anne - Teacher, AC
12. Schellenberg, Lauren Bacotti - Teacher, AC
Red Bug Elementary School
1. Asta, Laura Ann - Counselor Elementary, 50%, AC
2. Berman, Karli D - Teacher, AC
3. Bibby, Michael Geoffery - Teacher, AC
4. Brink, Erica Anne - Teacher, AC
5. Buschmohle, Michele L - Teacher, AC
6. Crowningshield, Carlton L - Teacher, AC
7. Frosch, Lauren Forster - Teacher, AC
8. Gambuti, Danielle Marie - Teacher, AC
9. Good, Courtney Regan - Teacher, AC
10. Griffin, Trisha Nicole - Teacher, AC
11. Illanes, Laura - Teacher, AC
12. McClintock, Margaret D - Teacher, AC
13. Mervine, Mary C - Teacher, Other, AC
14. Mogg, Heather Lynn - Teacher, AC
15. Ormsby, Tracy Harmon - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
16. Palmer, Jamie Ann - Teacher, AC
17. Sorondo, Katrina - Teacher, AC
18. Turnbow, Laura Ann - Teacher, AC
19. Woolf, William Douglas - Teacher, 4th Year AC
Rock Lake Middle School
1. Backel, Richard Stanley - Teacher, AC
2. Conlon, Mia - Teacher, AC

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3. Dybdahl, Jan - Teacher, AC


4. Millen, Michael J - Teacher, AC
5. Nailling, Grant Austin - Teacher, AC
6. Stange, Jill C - Teacher Exceptional Child, 4th Year AC
7. Tabscott, Michelle Lynn - Teacher, AC
8. Valentin Davila, Caesar A - Teacher Exceptional Child, 4th Year AC
9. Viola, Kenneth J. - Teacher, AC
10. Watts, Jason LaVell - Teacher, AC
Rosenwald Center
1. Duff, Christine Kim - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
2. Prescod, LaToya Sapphire - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
3. Sedigh, Shannon Marie - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
4. ShipmanDorn, Anna Elaine - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
Sabal Point Elementary School
1. Adamski, Justine K - Teacher, AC
2. Beard, Megan LeCraw - Teacher, AC
3. Brown, Stephanie Lynn - Teacher, AC
4. Crisafulli, Traci Jean - Teacher, AC
5. Goodin, Avalla G M L - Teacher, AC
6. Grippin, Kathleen Ann Teacher, AC
7. Hodges, Darlene N - Teacher, AC
8. McCullough, Janet R - Teacher, AC
9. Schwerz, Cynthia Irene - Teacher, AC
10. Shaw, Diana Rachel - Teacher, AC
11. Smith, Jeffrey Joseph - Teacher, AC
12. Sowersby, Sarah Berrios - Teacher ESOL, 50%, AC
13. Turnage, Meredith Anne - Teacher, AC
Sanford Middle School
1. Broksas, Heidi C - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
2. Brown, Betty L - Teacher, AC
3. Cazel, Anna Hales - Teacher, AC
4. Child, Shaun Wayne - Teacher, AC
5. Clark, Sarah E - Teacher, AC
6. Cowan II, Ronald Lamar - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
7. Crawford, Ruth Ellen - Teacher, AC
8. Cutcher Jr, James Ronnie - Teacher, AC
9. Darcy, Joseph Franklin - Teacher, AC
10. Denson, Edith T - Teacher, AC
11. Dilmore, Jennifer Sue - Teacher, AC
12. Dunlop, Martin Carlos - Teacher, AC
13. Flynn, Shannon P - Teacher, AC
14. Franklin, Jacqueline A - Teacher, AC
15. Friedman, JoAnn Akrivos - Teacher, AC
16. Hale, Kristin M - Teacher Vocational, AC
17. Hazen, Bethany Joy - Teacher, AC
18. Hendon, Sarah Hope - Teacher, AC
19. Johnson, Erik J - Teacher, AC
20. Keener, Stephanie Ann - Teacher, AC
21. Kimball, Tiffany Amber - Teacher, 4th Year AC
22. Kuck, William Edward - Teacher, AC
23. Lindskog, Michael Teacher, AC
24. Maniccia, Jessica F - Teacher, AC
25. Martinez, Maria Estela - Teacher, AC

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26. Morales, Audrey A - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC


27. Nunez, Michelle Solinger - Dean, AC
28. Orr, Johnny Teacher, AC
29. Patete, Paul P - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
30. Pender, Andrea Mae - Teacher, AC
31. Stevens, James Edward - Teacher, 4th Year AC
32. Tillman, Patricia Teacher, AC
33. Toussaint, Marie Kamanthea - Teacher, AC
Seminole High School
1. Alexander, Venturenia - Teacher, 4th Year AC
2. Beauchemin, Stephanie A - Coach Only, AC
3. Bentley, Jeffrey L - Teacher, AC
4. Broom, Dale - Coach Only, AC
5. Carasas, Christine - Coach Only, AC
6. Cleborne, Keith D - Coach Only, AC
7. Conner, Mary Allison - Teacher, AC
8. Cooperman, Larry - Media Specialist High, AC
9. Dankanich, Thomas C - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
10. Debarros, Jeanmichel - Teacher, AC
11. Drucker, Marc Alexander - Teacher, AC
12. Elliott, Jessica L - Teacher, AC
13. Emrick, Brian Christopher - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
14. Fergerson, Rodney L - Coach Only, AC
15. Fitzwater, Robin Johnston - Teacher, AC
16. Gardenour, Christine M - Teacher, AC
17. Gentry, Autumn E - Coach Only, AC
18. Gettig, Gary Allen - Teacher, AC
19. Goldman, Alaina R - Coach Only, AC
20. Hanson, Cynthia Julie - Teacher, AC
21. Harper, Nancy Goetz - Teacher Vocational, 50%, AC
22. Harrold, Oliver W - Teacher Vocational, 50%, AC
23. Henderson, Britt L - Coach Only, AC
24. Hernandez, Douglas D - Teacher, AC
25. Holt, Alejandro Leonid - Teacher, AC
26. Howard, Amanda Dale - Coach Only, AC
27. MacInnis, Jean Mary - Teacher, AC
28. Maguire, Shannon L - Teacher, 50%, AC
29. Mamula, Jennifer Jill - Teacher, AC
30. McPherson, Ernest - Teacher Vocational, AC
31. Meyer, Craig Scott - Teacher, AC
32. Moore, Sheryl Joseph - Teacher, AC
33. Murillo, Lorenzo R - Coach Only, AC
34. Nelson, Aubrey M - Teacher Vocational, AC
35. O'Dell, Robert - Teacher, AC
36. Pounds-Harrison, Donna Kay - Teacher, AC
37. Rudnicki, Pamela Lindsey - Coach Only, AC
38. Scott, John M - Teacher, AC
39. Stone, Carson Gregory - Teacher, AC
40. Swindell, Rory Brandon - Teacher, AC
41. Torres, Jessica Erin - Teacher, AC
42. Twombly, Tanya L - Teacher, AC
43. Wakefield, Arcolia L - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
44. Webber, Christopher D - Teacher, AC
45. Wegrzyn, Jennifer M - Teacher, AC
46. Wiggins, Kerry S - Coach Only, AC

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47. Witte, Christopher A - Coach Only, AC


48. Wonderly, Brian Christian - Coach Only, AC
49. Yorro, Gueisy Aponte - Teacher, 80%, AC
50. Zara, Andrea Renee - Teacher, AC
South Seminole Middle School
1. Christy, Martha Anne - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
2. Churchill, Christopher - Teacher, AC
3. Coker, Luci Shackelford - Teacher on Assnmnt/Crclm Spprt, 50%, AC
4. Couch, Kerry M - Teacher, AC
5. Henderson, David S - Teacher, AC
6. Hinduja, Babita Kay - Counselor Middle, AC
7. Kowalski, Heather M. - Teacher, AC
8. Marchwinski, Ruth Sue - Media Specialist Middle, AC
9. Moncure, Jason Patrick - Teacher, AC
10. Palenzuela, Lizbeth Nova - Teacher, AC
11. Quiros, Jamie Anne - Teacher, AC
12. Schondelmayer, Sarah Lynne - Teacher, AC
13. Tiller, Debra E - Teacher, AC
14. Trenholm, Dawn Marie - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
15. Utchel, Frances H - Teacher, AC
16. Ventura, Miguel Angel - Teacher, AC
17. Vincent, Lela Rier - Teacher, 4th Year AC
18. Williams, Phyllis Renee - Teacher, AC
19. Youngblood, Soraya D - Dean, AC
Spring Lake Elementary School
1. Alfano, Lisa Marie - Teacher, AC
2. Cinato, Natalie Marie - Teacher, AC
3. Dalton, Lauren Michelle - Teacher, AC
4. Davis, Amber Louise - Teacher, AC
5. Ferry, Kristy Jo - Teacher, AC
6. Griffo, Salvatore Michael - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
7. Gunn, Alison C - Counselor Elementary, 50%, AC
8. Hess, Ryann Nicole - Teacher, AC
9. Rolf, Gretchen Louise - Teacher, AC
10. Smyth, Pilar - Teacher ESOL, AC
11. Tucci, Judy A - Teacher, AC
12. Walker, Elizabeth Sasser - Teacher, AC
13. Wolfe, Theresa Ann - Teacher, Other, AC
Stenstrom Elementary School
1. Buckley, Jane Ellen - Teacher, AC
2. Colton, Pamela S - Teacher, AC
3. Crawford, Lee Carolyn - Teacher, Other, AC
4. Lowke, Jennefer Louise - Teacher, AC
5. McDevitt, Jean Ann - Teacher, AC
6. Mizwicki, Tia N - Teacher, AC
7. Payne, Teresa Ann - Teacher, AC
8. Schaffer, Veronica Louise - Teacher, AC
9. Wright, Stephanie Alise - Counselor Elementary, AC

Sterling Park Elementary School


1. Canteenwalla, Peggy A - Teacher ESOL, AC
2. D'Agostino, Paula Jane - Teacher, AC

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3. Kucker, Meredith L - Teacher, AC


4. Lampe, Kristi Lynne - Teacher, AC
5. Lowe, Sarah Kathryn - Teacher, AC
6. McDarby, Kathleen A - Teacher, 4th Year AC
7. Miller, Janet Christine - Teacher, AC
8. Narvaez, Gaby Jeannela - Teacher, AC
9. Rhiner, Jennifer L - Teacher, AC
10. Rodriguez- Pastor, Melissa Marie Teacher, AC
11. Rosenthal, Catherine E - Teacher Exceptional Child, 50%, AC
12. Wells, Tenesha V - Teacher, AC
Teague Middle School
1. Andrews, Linda T - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
2. Bartch, Christopher D - Teacher, AC
3. Basile, Colleen M - Teacher, AC
4. Drolshagen, Nina Susan - Teacher, AC
5. Hall, James Allen - Teacher, AC
6. Irizarry, Maria Ines - Teacher ESOL, AC
7. Keyian-Weeks, Natasha Molitor - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
8. LaFoy, Shannon D - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
9. Lee, Michelle Wood - Teacher, AC
10. Losch, Maureen - Teacher, AC
11. Parks, Staci LaRae - Teacher, 50%, AC
12. Pilarski, Russell James - Teacher, AC
13. Player, Pausha Pendarvis - Teacher, AC
14. Rohr, Stan Stephen - Teacher, AC
15. Sanchez, Alexandra - Teacher ESOL, AC
16. Sayfan, Susan T - Teacher, AC
17. Spear Jr, Bernard Raymond - Teacher, 4th Year AC
18. Vanclief, Stephanie Hawley - Teacher, AC
Tuskawilla Middle School
1. Adefala, Olayide Apanpa - Teacher, AC
2. Benavides, Aixa - Teacher, AC
3. Blaesser, Gina Marie - Teacher, AC
4. Bochenek, Brian F - Teacher, AC
5. Bronson, Brandy Leigh - Teacher, AC
6. Follrod, Todd Gardner - Teacher, AC
7. Fong, Theresa Joy - Teacher, AC
8. Fraser, Anastasia Mihalakos - Teacher, AC
9. Gowder, Amanda Beth - Teacher, AC
10. McCutchen, Christina Elizabeth - Teacher, AC
11. Moore, Beverly Meyer - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
12. Wheeler, Amanda Lynn - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
Walker Elementary School
1. Acey, Wendi M D - Teacher, Other, AC
2. Adams, Carmen Leigh - Teacher, AC
3. Cason, Cathleen C - Teacher, Other, AC
4. Fields, Melissa R - Teacher, AC
5. Johnson, Marci L - Teacher, AC
6. Johnson, Patricia - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
7. Jones, Allison Marie - Teacher, AC
8. Kanaan, Adam Michael - Teacher, Other, AC
9. Kelker, Cynthia L - Teacher, AC
10. Macy, Lindsay A - Teacher, AC

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11. Manor, Stephanie J - Teacher, AC


12. McDonald, Jessica L - Teacher, 4th Year AC
13. Petris, Stephanie M - Teacher, AC
14. Spelman, Milaura Baughn - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
15. Suarez, Maribel A - Teacher, AC
16. Turner, Marla D - Teacher, AC
17. Ungaro, Robyn Ann-Denny - Teacher, AC
Wekiva Elementary School
1. Barger, Shannon Kathleen - Teacher, AC
2. Bennett, Ashley Hill - Teacher, AC
3. Castillo, Michelle F - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
4. Crenshaw, Kelly A - Teacher, AC
5. DeLillo, Kim Rene - Teacher, Other, AC
6. McGowan, Karen S - Teacher, AC
7. Prose, Gregory Arthur - Teacher, Other, AC
8. Skabicki, Charlene M - Teacher, AC
9. Turner, Chimere - Teacher, AC
10. Yovaish, Patricia Ann - Teacher, AC
Wicklow Elementary School
1. Abbott, Chelsea L - Teacher, AC
2. Beninati, Andrew Vito - Teacher, AC
3. Bloom, Diane Beth - Teacher, Other, AC
4. Carraway, Christine Beth - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
5. Clement, Bridget McKinley - Teacher, AC
6. Crocker, Christen M - Teacher, AC
7. Curran, Carissa M - Teacher, AC
8. Dominguez-Gonzalez, James - Teacher ESOL, AC
9. Fettinger, Tracy R - Teacher, Other, 62%, AC
10. Gardner, Lisa M - Teacher, AC
11. Griffin, Brenda B - Teacher, Other, AC
12. Gunderson, Kristen A - Teacher, AC
13. Kolva, Eric T - Teacher, AC
14. Parker, Mariam Rebecca - Teacher, AC
15. Sapp, Jennifer Keianna - Teacher, AC
16. Schreiber, Maureen Ann - Teacher, AC
17. Spatola, Amber Wheeler - Teacher ESOL, AC
18. Szucs, Melli Ann - Teacher, AC
19. Toya, Barry M - Teacher, AC
20. Warner, Kimberly J - Teacher, AC
21. Weaver, Jenny Rene - Teacher, AC
22. Wetteland, Karen Ann - Teacher, AC
23. Yontz, Kristina Michelle - Teacher, AC
Wilson Elementary School
1. Archie, Claude Ramon - Teacher, AC
2. Cameron, Anne Marie - Teacher, AC
3. Guidash, Chad M - Teacher, Other, AC
4. Hanophy, Jennifer M - Teacher, AC
5. Hinksman, Daisy Anilda - Teacher, AC
6. Huber, Michael J - Teacher, 4th Year AC
7. Kriechbaum, Kari Aimee - Teacher, AC
8. McIntosh, Dorothy Leigh - Teacher, 4th Year AC
9. Millen, Kristy Michelle - Teacher, AC
10. Mitrani, Esther R - Teacher, AC

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11. Morales, Angelica G. - Teacher, AC


12. Rosenblum, Jennifer Lynn - Teacher, 4th Year AC
13. Scheuer, Leslee Jane - Teacher, Other, AC
14. Slaughter, Patria Mae - Teacher, AC
15. Whitby, Levather K - Teacher, Other, AC
Winter Springs Elementary School
1. Brandenburg, Tiffany L - Teacher, AC
2. Brooks, Christina Kaye - Teacher Exceptional Child, 50%, AC
3. Butler, LaToya Petrice Mitchell - Teacher, AC
4. Friedel, Amber R - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
5. Gould, Marci Ann - Teacher, AC
6. Iafrate, Lisa Marie - Teacher, AC
7. Ingvoldstad, Nancy M - Teacher, AC
8. Marvulli, Amanda Jean - Teacher, AC
9. Moss, Christine Lucy - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
10. Scully, Kerry A - Teacher, AC
11. Sweatland, Joshua J - Teacher, AC
12. Whalen, Debra Gayle - Teacher, AC
Winter Springs High School
1. Abel, Deborah C - Teacher, AC
2. Anello, Lori-Ann - Coach Only, AC
3. Angeles, Jimmy Yack - Coach Only, AC
4. Blake, Jimmie Lee - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
5. Blits, Jarred A. - Coach Only, AC
6. Boyd, Sharon - Teacher, AC
7. Bradley, Michael Mackin - Teacher, AC
8. Cabral, Holly Ann - Coach Only, AC
9. Caswell, Susan Lee - Teacher, 14%, AC
10. Cortizo, Olga P - Coach Only, AC
11. DeBrew, Willie D - Teacher Vocational, AC
12. Dunn, Virginia Wiswall - Teacher, AC
13. Ellis, Susan Anne - Teacher, AC
14. Flynn, Julia Ruth - Teacher, AC
15. Gilbert, Lesley Harper - Teacher, AC
16. Grenon, Trina Louise - Teacher, AC
17. Hammontree, Thomas W - Coach Only, AC
18. Harowitz, Megan Michelle - Teacher, AC
19. Herdliska, Andrew J - Coach Only, AC
20. Hesselbart, Michael J - Coach Only, AC
21. Jones, Theodore W - Teacher, AC
22. Kane, Mackenzie L - Teacher, AC
23. Kerr, Robert E - Coach Only, AC
24. Knowles, Kara Leigh - Teacher, AC
25. Luttinger, Joseph Richard - Coach Only, AC
26. Mabie, Howard - Teacher, AC
27. Miraglia, Janine Kay - Teacher, AC
28. ORourke, Shawn E. - Coach Only, AC
29. Phillips Carol M - Coach Only, AC
30. Pearson, Heather Michelle - Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
31. Probst, Allison E - Coach Only, AC
32. Raphael, Issac Thomas - Teacher, 4th Year AC
33. Reed, Laura Ann - Teacher, AC
34. Rojas, Jose Manuel - Coach Only, AC
35. Safier, Chad Anthony - Coach Only, AC

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36. Storms, Anne Elliott - Coach Only, AC


37. Stout, Leeann Marie - Teacher, AC
38. Underdown, Kathryn Dennis - Teacher, AC
39. Varley, Michael Anthony - Coach Only, AC
40. Wyrick, Laura Dean - Teacher, AC
41. Yost, Christopher Bryan - Teacher, AC
Woodlands Elementary School
1. Budris, Kelly Ann - Teacher, AC
2. Ewbank, Vanessa - Teacher, AC
3. Finelli, Beth E - Teacher Exceptional Child, 50%, and Teacher, 50%, AC
4. Garman, Marilyn B. - Teacher, AC
5. Irwin, Cindy Marie Teacher, AC
6. Norris, Alicia Olga - Teacher, AC
7. Wells, Betsy Lynn - Teacher, AC

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PERSONNEL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REAPPOINTMENT FOR 2006-07


SUBMITTED TO THE SCHOOL BOARD - 04/25/2006
Instructional Appointments/Speech Teachers
1. Adams, Stacey Ruth - Speech Language Pathologist, AC, Eastbrook Elementary School
2. Ashcraft, Susan J - Speech Language Pathologist, AC, Wekiva Elementary School
3. Bolden, Dawn Marie - Speech Language Pathologist, 50%, AC, Exceptional Student Support
4. Bravo, Denise - Speech Language Pathologist, 50%, AC, Tuskawilla Middle School
5. Delhaye, Jill Bryson - Speech Language Pathologist, AC, Indian Trails Middle School
6. Durinski, Briea A - Speech Language Pathologist, 50%, AC, Sanford Middle School
7. Dye, Christina L - Speech Language Pathologist, AC, Evans Elementary School
8. Finley, Megan Kimberlee - Speech Language Pathologist, AC, Evans Elementary School
9. Frilen, Mari Jane - Speech Language Pathologist, 50%, AC, Winter Springs Elementary School
10. Gornto, Katherine J - Speech Language Pathologist, 50%, AC, Sterling Park Elementary
School and Speech Language Pathologist, 50%, AC, Carillon Elementary School
11. Harris, Sonya Antoinette - Speech Language Pathologist, 80%, AC, Teague Middle School
12. Hood, Emilie Vazquez - Speech Language Pathologist, AC, Lake Mary Elementary School
13. Hull, Kimberly Faye - Speech Language Pathologist, AC, Pine Crest Elementary School
14. Ivancsits, Dana Louise - Speech Language Pathologist, 50%, AC, Bentley Elementary School
and Speech Language Pathologist, 50%, AC, Hamilton Elementary School
15. Jessa, Taazim Rizwan - Speech Language Pathologist, AC, Wicklow Elementary School
16. Kane-Maisano, Stephanie Lynn - Speech Language Pathologist, AC, Walker Elementary
School
17. Kassam-Daudaly, Aiman M - Speech Language Pathologist, 50%, AC, Heathrow Elementary
School
18. Knapp, Nicole Corinne - Speech Language Pathologist, AC, Rainbow Elementary School
19. Lee, Nhung Bich Thi - Speech Language Pathologist, 50%, AC, Walker Elementary School
20. Mankoff, Erica Jaye - Speech Language Pathologist, AC, Millennium Middle School
21. Matschner, Lisa Anne - Speech Language Pathologist, 50%, AC, Goldsboro Elementary
School
22. Moller, Kim Leslie - Speech Language Pathologist, 80% AC, Exceptional Student Support
23. Pardo, Marta Kristine - Speech Language Pathologist, AC, Red Bug Elementary School
th
24. Piacenti, Lynn McMasters - Speech Language Pathologist, AC, Hagerty High School, 4 Year
AC
25. Purcell, Ellen Sloan - Speech Language Pathologist, 50%, AC, Rock Lake Middle School
26. Resnick, Pamela Jennifer - Speech Language Pathologist, AC, Forest City Elementary School
27. Sprague, Sarah Vaughn - Speech Language Pathologist, 30%, AC, Exceptional Student
Support and Speech Language Pathologist, 30%, AC, Hopper Center and Speech Language
Pathologist, 40%, AC, Rosenwald Center
28. Weitzenfeld, Melissa Gloger - Speech Language Pathologist, 50%, AC, Sabal Point Elementary
School and Speech Language Pathologist, 50%, AC, Spring Lake Elementary
29. Willits, Barbara S - Speech Language Pathologist, 50%, AC, Lake Orienta Elementary School

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PERSONNEL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REAPPOINTMENT FOR 2006-07


SUBMITTED TO THE SCHOOL BOARD - 04/25/2006
Listed below are the Educational Support Professionals Personnel being awarded a Regular
Employment Contract and the Principal/Supervisor making the recommendation
Altamonte Elementary School - Frances B Duvall
1. Gutierrez, Lourdes - Paraprofessional ESE 188, 1st Year RE
Alternative Education - Willie G Grace
1. Jones, Jerod Alfred - School Security Officer 188, 1st Year RE
Bear Lake Elementary School - Gayle Bennett
1. Agostino, Phyllis Lorraine - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, 1st Year RE
2. Hurley, Barbara Ann - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, 50%, 1st Year RE
3. Mickler, Lauren D - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, 50%, 1st Year RE
4. Shelley, Pauline E - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, 50%, 1st Year RE
Bentley Elementary School - Ronald Nathan
1. Behrens, Suzanne F - Secretary 223, 1st Year RE
Carillon Elementary School - Henry R Leidner
1. Elwood, Amy Hayes - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, 1st Year RE
2. Graham, Patricia A - Assistant Technical 188, 50%, 1st Year RE
3. McCormick, Dianne S - Assistant Technical 188, 50%, 1st Year RE
4. Quackenbush, Leslie A - Assistant Clinic 188, 50%, 1st Year RE
Casselberry Elementary School - Janet Ransom
1. Rodriguez, Jennifer Michelle - Paraprofessional--Elem--188, 1st Year RE
2. Zamarriego, Claudia - Custodian 12 month, 1st Year RE
Chiles Middle School - James D Shupe
1. Lobkovich, Dawn E - Secretary 223, 1st Year RE
2. Tucker, Catherine M - Assistant Clinic 188, 1st Year RE
Crooms Academy Of Infor Tech - Connie E Collins
1. Talbot, Edgar - Assistant Technical 188, 1st Year RE
2. Wood, Celia Ann - Secretary 223, 1st Year RE
Custodial Services Larry Ellis
1. Carver, Terry L - Custodian Head, Custodial Services, 1st Year RE
Eastbrook Elementary School - Martin D Kirsch
1. Dunn, James P - Custodian Plant Maintenance, 1st Year RE
2. Kersey, Karen E - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, 1st Year RE
3. Lamotta, Traci L - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, 1st Year RE
English Estates Elementary School - Beth E Sharpe
1. Crooke, Eleanor Flohr - Assistant Clinic 188, 1st Year RE
2. Kallenberger, Marcia L - Paraprofessional--Elem--188, 1st Year RE
Evans Elementary School - Kay K Winger
1. Fawcett, Melissa L - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, 1st Year RE
2. Olson, Malinda Kay - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, 1st Year RE

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Exceptional Student Support - Thomas J McDowell


1. Acevedo, Vivian J - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, 1st Year RE
2. Allen, Argina M - Job Experience Training Coach, 1st Year RE
3. Bey-Boykin, Stacey A - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, 1st Year RE
4. Cook, Jessica Ann - Assistant Educ Interpreter, 1st Year RE
5. Crane-Arnold, Theresa - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, 1st Year RE
6. Factor, Jonnell Lewis - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, 1st Year RE
7. Hazen, Robert Lee - Assistant Vision 188, 1st Year RE
8. Iannaco, Jean Patricia - Paraprofessional ESE 188, 1st Year RE
9. Lake, Susan A - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, 1st Year RE
10. Reiser, Carol Lee - Job Experience Training Coach, 1st Year RE
11. Scipione, Christie - Assistant Educ Interpreter 2, 1st Year RE
Finance - John G Pavelchak
1. Hunter, Barbara J - Specialist 2 Finance, 1st Year RE
Food Service - Daniel J Andrews
1. Aponte, Viviana E - FS Assistant 189/8, 75%, Seminole High School, 1st Year RE
2. Chowdhury, Afruja Akter - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Longwood Elementary, 1st Year RE
3. Cohen, Linda - FS Assistant 189/7, Lake Orienta Elementary School, 1st Year RE
4. Curio, Donna M - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Eastbrook Elementary School, 1st Year RE
5. Gaus, Sharon L - FS Assistant 189/7, Sabal Point Elementary School, 1st Year RE
6. Harvey, Susan Carol - FS Employee 189/5, Teague Middle School, 1st Year RE
7. Jakubcin, Kelli Leigh - FS Assistant 189/7, Rainbow Elementary School, 1st Year RE
8. Jaramillo, Constanza Maria - FS Assistant 189/7, Midway Elementary School, 1st Year RE
9. Kalanik, Lynn M - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Casselberry Elementary, 1st Year RE
10. Knapp, Carmen Marcella - FS Assistant 189/5.5, Eastbrook Elementary School, 1st Year RE
11. LaRose, Shelby Winnifred - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Bentley Elementary School, 1st Year RE
12. Lancaster, Rufina - FS Employee 189/5, Indian Trails Middle School, 1st Year RE
13. Limage, Emerante - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Chiles Middle School, 1st Year RE
14. Lovering, Deborah Ann - FS Assistant 189/8, 75%, Seminole High School, 1st Year RE
15. Manuele, Rita A - FS Employee 189/5, Stenstrom Elementary School, 1st Year RE
16. Marszalek, Diane - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Keeth Elementary School, 1st Year RE
17. Mathias, Phyllis J - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Indian Trails Middle School, 1st Year RE
18. Montgomery, Karen Gay - FS Employee 189/5.5, Goldsboro Elementary, 1st Year RE
19. Newkirk, Linda L - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Teague Middle School, 1st Year RE
20. O'Brien, Deanna M - FS Assistant 189/7, Sterling Park Elementary Schoo, 1st Year RE
21. Perez, Ruth Migdalia - FS Employee 189/5.5, Winter Springs Elementary, 1st Year RE
22. Ponder, Phyllis Ford - FS Employee 189/6.5, Heathrow Elementary School, 1st Year RE
23. Prado, Guillermo C - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Altamonte Elementary School, 1st Year RE
24. Rivera, Zoraida - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Lake Orienta Elementary School, 1st Year RE
25. Rodriguez, Lydia - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Tuskawilla Middle School, 1st Year RE
26. Sapp, Sandra n - FS Assistant 189/7, Winter Springs Elementary, 1st Year RE
27. Sol, Marina Guadalupe - FS Assistant Manager 189/7, Teague Middle School, 1st Year RE
28. Sulzer, Sau T - FS Employee 189/5, 90%, Chiles Middle School, 1st Year RE
29. Thorpe, Mark W FS Assistant Manager 189/7, 1st Year RE
30. Troutman, Lashanda Ann - FS Assistant Manager 189/7, Crooms Academy of Infor Tech, 1st
Year RE
31. VanLue, Diane K - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Teague Middle School, 1st Year RE
32. Woods, Linda J - FS Assistant Manager 189/7, Lawton Elementary School, 1st Year RE
Geneva Elementary School - Karen W Coleman
1. Zayas, Oscar Davila - Custodian 12 month, 1st Year RE
Goldsboro Elementary - Cheryl Nicholas
1. Danley, Anita T - Paraprofessional--Elem--188, 1st Year RE

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Hamilton Elementary School - Peter J Gaffney III


1. Fort, Judy - Paraprofessional--Elem--188, 1st Year RE
Heathrow Elementary School Barbara Nixon
1. Ellison-Coats, Lorry Rebecca - Secretary 258, 1st Year RE
Highlands Elementary Gloria Flanagan
1. Burnham, Barbara Anne - Custodian 11 month, 1st Year RE
Human Resources - John L Reichert
1. DeVito, Emily Renee - Specialist 3 Personnel, 1st Year RE
2. Nebergall, Dana Marie - Specialist 3 Payroll, 1st Year RE
Idyllwilde Elementary School - Nanette M Brozzo
1. MacPherson, Sandra A - Paraprofessional ESE 188, 1st Year RE
Information Services John Tracy
1. Bell, Yvette Antionette - Network Special School/Sector, 1st Year RE
2. Brophy, Brian D - Network Special School/Sector, 1st Year RE
3. Daniel, Mark L - Network Technician, 1st Year RE
Instruct Excellence & Equity - Anna-Marie Bastoni Cote
1. Davies, Linda S - Executive Asst. Choices Dept., 1st Year RE
Jackson Heights Middle School - Winston Leonard Bailey
1. Frye, Laura J - Secretary 196alt, 1st Year RE
Lake Brantley High School - Mary Y Williams
1. Brown, Barbara S - Secretary 196, 50%, 1st Year RE
Lake Howell High School - Shaune Ellen Storch
1. Huggins, Joseph Howard - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, 1st Year RE
2. Isaac, Dorothy Baker - FTE Clerk 11 Mo, 1st Year RE
3. Johnson, Katherine Jess - Custodian 12 month, 1st Year RE
Lake Mary Elementary School - Deborah C Wright
1. Bradley, Natasha Michelle - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, 1st Year RE
Lake Mary High School - Boyd E Karns Jr
1. Brundidge, Alonzo R - School Security Officer 188, 1st Year RE
2. Pagan, Josephine - Secretary 223alt, 1st Year RE
3. Paone, Janie T - Assistant Technical 188, 1st Year RE
4. Thompson, Thenna A - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, 1st Year RE
Lake Orienta Elementary School - Maritza C Rodriguez
1. Poole, Brana Tara - Paraprofessional--Elem--188, 50%, 1st Year RE
Lawton Elementary School - Ricky L Carver
1. Hartley, Cindy Denise - Secretary 258, 1st Year RE
2. Mitchell, Maureen Elizabeth - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, 1st Year RE
Layer Elementary School - Gloria R Staats
1. Butler, Benny B - Custodian 11 month, 1st Year RE
2. Keller, Kelly C - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, 1st Year RE

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Longwood Elementary School - Magaly Woods


1. Carter, Jeana Hughes - Paraprofessional ESE 188, 1st Year RE
2. Conkey, Catheryn C - Paraprofessional--Elem--188, 1st Year RE
3. Mongiove, Diane M - Paraprofessional--Elem--188, 1st Year RE
Lyman High School - Frank Louis Casillo Jr
1. Ohnstad, Gail A - Bookkeeper High School, 1st Year RE
Maintenance Operations - Denis E Quagliani
1. Boccheciamp, Victor M - Technician Fire Alarm Systems, 1st Year RE
2. Carrillo, Jose E - Grounds Laborer 2, 1st Year RE
3. Hilton Robert L - Electronics Repair 1, 1st Year RE
4. Mannor, Mark Richard - Maintenance Mechanic, 1st Year RE
Midway Elementary School - Sharon D Tanner
1. Fuller, Adrienne T - Paraprofessional--Elem--188, 1st Year RE
2. Washington, Portia Latrice - Assistant Data Entry 10, 1st Year RE
Millennium Middle School - Brennan W Asplen III
1. Templeton, Mark J - Custodian Plant Maintenance, 1st Year RE
Milwee Middle School - Lois K Chavis
1. Garofolo, Lois A - Paraprofessional ESE 188, 1st Year RE
Partin Elementary School - Kristina K Marshall
1. Tucker, Donna L - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, 1st Year RE
Pine Crest Elementary School - Dianne Julia Lebruto
1. Larner, Juliet Lynn - Assistant Data Entry 11, 1st Year RE
Pre-kindergarten Adriana Jones
1. Dower, Michele M - Assistant Pre-K/EE 188, 1st Year RE
2. Haig, Marley Elizabeth - Assistant Pre-K/EE 188, 1st Year RE
3. Morris, Melia K. - Assistant Pre-K/EE 188, 1st Year RE
Print Shop - Joel Alan Renda
1. Bacon, Nikki N - Specialist Bindery Day 196, 1st Year RE
2. Ferguson, Patricia A - Specialist Bindery Day 258, 1st Year RE
3. Taylor, Bonnie Wieboldt - Specialist Bindery Night 196, 1st Year RE
Professional Development - Sallie S Jenkins
1. McQueen, Gail Ford - Secretary 258, 1st Year RE
Quest Academy - Michael C Icardi
1. Waters, Tena Sherril - School Security Officer 188, 1st Year RE
Red Bug Elementary School - Marian Anderson-Cummings
1. Richards, Laura Elizabeth - Secretary 223, 1st Year RE
Rock Lake Middle School - Michelle G Clopton
1. Dalton, Bobby Lee - Custodian 12 month, 50%, 1st Year RE
2. Gorman, Pamela Ellen - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, 1st Year RE
3. Lane, Mary Alice Bullard - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, 1st Year RE
Rosenwald Center - Joseph Brittain Smith
1. Bentley, Charlotte R - Assistant SED 188, 1st Year RE

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2. Bourcier, Melanie Gay - Assistant SED 188, 1st Year RE


3. McPherson, Kristie Rae - Assistant SED 188, 1st Year RE
Sanford Middle School - Mark Terrance Russi
1. LaSage, Christine Y - Secretary 196, 1st Year RE
South Seminole Middle - Robin G Dehlinger
1. Pearson, Maria T - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, 1st Year RE
2. Quintana, Nancy D - Assistant ESOL 188, 1st Year RE
Spring Lake Elementary School - Ines M Schmook
1. Class, Nelida - Paraprofessional ESE 188, 1st Year RE
2. Paez, Luz Esther - Assistant Data Entry 12, 1st Year RE
Sterling Park Elementary School- Carol A Darnell
1. Hernandez, Maira E - Custodian 11 mo-223alt, 1st Year RE
Teague Middle School - Adrienne DeRienzo
1. Carzola, Clara - Custodian 11 mo-223alt, 1st Year RE
Transportation Services - Kenneth Lewis
1. Acevedo, Flora I - Bus Monitor 7 Hour, 1st Year RE
2. Byrd, Pamela - Bus Monitor 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
3. Carter, Estelle Beatrice - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
4. Clayton, Katie Mae - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
5. Copeland, Neville Earle - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
6. Daniels, Rolinda R - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
7. Dubique, Joseph Felder - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
8. Duhart, Evelyn - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
9. Gerth, Kathleen Ann - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
10. Gonzalez, Ines - Bus Driver 7 Hour, 1st Year RE
11. Gonzalez, Lourdes - Bus Monitor 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
12. Jensen, Randy J - Mechanic Vehicle, 1st Year RE
13. Jones III, Lemuel - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
14. Jones, Karen Michelle - Bus Driver 7 Hour, 1st Year RE
15. Keefer, Patricia J - Transportation Dispatcher 258, 1st Year RE
16. Kreinbring, Evelyn - Bus Monitor 7 Hour, 1st Year RE
17. Lay, Sandra M - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
18. Maynard, Sharon Celia - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
19. Medina, Jose A - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
20. Melton, Eartha Mayhue - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
21. Nelson, Clefhester Hugh - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
22. Novoa, Teresa Natalia - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
23. Oliver, Devora Annette - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
24. Peters, Deborah S - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
25. Ragsdale, Gloria J - Bus Driver 7 Hour, 1st Year RE
26. Richards, Beverley Mae - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
27. Rios, Dalila - Bus Driver 7 Hour, 1st Year RE
28. Rouse, Katina A - Bus Monitor 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
29. Sanchez, Ivette M - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
30. Sanders, Natasha Y - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
31. Saunders, Charles Randall - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
32. Simmons, Elonda Darnell - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
33. Troche, Ruth Nilda - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
34. Wegner, Robert D - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE
35. Williams, Joyce Ann - Bus Monitor 8 Hour, 1st Year RE

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36. Woods, John Leonard - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 1st Year RE


Walker Elementary School - Kathy A Phillips
1. Baez, Antuan E - Custodian 11 mo-223alt, 1st Year RE
2. Mikell, Lorna Ann - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, 1st Year RE
3. Simms, Juanita Denise - Secretary 258, 1st Year RE
4. Vargas, Albert - Custodian 12 month, 1st Year RE
Wekiva Elementary School - Michael Pfeiffer
1. Galeano, Rosalba - Custodian 11 mo-223alt, 1st Year RE
2. Hallam, Ann M - Secretary 258, 1st Year RE
3. Manning-Grass, Mary J - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, 1st Year RE
4. Summers, Dana Lynn - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, 1st Year RE
Wicklow Elementary School - Gregory A Turner
1. Figueroa, Arlene - Assistant Data Entry 11, 1st Year RE
Winter Springs Elementary School - Susan J Almon
1. Clark, Mercy - Paraprofessional ESE 188, 1st Year RE
2. Dragojevic, Derek D - Paraprofessional--Elem--188, 1st Year RE
Winter Springs High School - Michael R Blasewitz
1. Constantino, Michael Louis - Network Special School/Sector, 1st Year RE
2. Fields, Millicent J - Secretary 196, 1st Year RE
3. Goslin Jr, Joseph Edward - School Security Officer 188, 1st Year RE
4. Hill, Glen E - School Security Officer 188, 1st Year RE
5. Monsanto, Norma Molina - Secretary 223, 1st Year RE
6. Slaughter, James - School Security Officer 188, 50%, 1st Year RE
Woodlands Elementary School - Virginia K Fisher
1. Fidanza, Kathryn Lydia - Secretary 223, 1st Year RE
2. Thomas, Colleen Renea - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, 1st Year RE
3. Wage, Jill A - Secretary 223, 1st Year RE

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PERSONNEL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REAPPOINTMENT FOR 2006-07


SUBMITTED TO THE SCHOOL BOARD - 04/25/2006
Educational Support Professionals Appointments/General and Federal Personnel
Altamonte Elementary School
1. Allman, Annie R - Custodian 11 mo-223alt, 50%
2. Antomattei, Ana E - Paraprofessional ESOL 188
3. Camareno, Maria Elena - Assistant Data Entry 10
4. Catalano, Deborah - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
5. Haas, Matthew M - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
6. Hilsman, Carolyn - Secretary 258
7. Palmer, Sherry A - Secretary 223
8. Pittle, Eileen Speredakos - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
9. Reyes, Stacey Fuentes - Paraprofessional ESE 188
Alternative Education
1. Marrero, Mercedes M - Executive Secretary 258
2. Williams, Carolyn - Executive Secretary 258
Bear Lake Elementary School
1. Hamilton, Carmen A - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, 50%
2. Hard, Sharon L - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, 48%
Bentley Elementary School
1. Burch, Terry M - Custodian 10 month
2. Burton, Deborah Ann - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
3. Collazo, Tanya - Secretary 196
4. Colon, Nilsa I - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
5. Eubanks, Phillip M - Paraprofessional--Elem188, 80%
6. Fort, Wellington - Custodian 11 month, 50%
7. Frederick, Shirley A - Custodian 11 month
8. Gaines, Susan Eckstein - Secretary 196
9. Harris, Charles A - Paraprofessional ESE 188
10. Noga, Kaylee M - Assistant Technical 80%, 188
11. Robles, David Hernandez - Custodian 11 month
12. Santiago, Jose Fernando - Custodian 11 month
13. Tabares, Pedro L - Custodian 11 month, 4th Year AE
15. Wilson II, Anthony E - Custodian 10 month
16. Woodard, Ella L - Paraprofessional ESE 188
Carillon Elementary School
1. Barksdale, Gina A - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
2. Chapman, Melvin E - Custodian 10 month
3. Conyers, Kathryn H - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
4. Hobner, Connie Sue - Assistant Clinic 188, 50%
5. Patterson, Richard - Custodian 10 month
6. Powers, Richard Cleon - Custodian 10 month
7. Torres, Suzanne Rae - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
8. Urdaneta, Claudia Hilda - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
Casselberry Elementary School
1. Ciotti, Pamela S - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
2. Correa, Guarionex - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
3. Mahan, Patricia Ann - Secretary 258
4. Oliver, Leon - Custodian 11 month

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Chiles Middle School


1. Grove, Carol J - Executive Secretary 258
2. Lawrence, Timothy Ray - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
3. Moore, Ronald D. - School Security Officer 188
4. Mulligan, Debra Elaine - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
5. Pauley, Catherine M - Assistant Technical 188
6. Pecylak, Kathryn M - Assistant Technical 188
7. Reyes, Jose Juan - Custodian 12 month
8. Shouldice, Rosemary H - Executive Secretary 258
9. Stichler, Philip Henry - Custodian Plant Maintenance
10. Williams, Angela Denece - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
Community Involvement
1. Stallings, Christina M - Executive Secretary 258
Crooms Academy Of Infor Tech
1. Kendrick, Tina C - Executive Secretary 258
2. Reilly, Mary Ann E - Secretary 196
3. Rollins, Leslie H - Assistant Technical 188
4. Smith, Mary Moore - Secretary 196
Curriculum Support Services
1. Casella, Edna M - Secretary 258
2. Howell, Terry L - Secretary 258
3. Saxon, Carmel H - Executive Secretary 258
4. Sherrill, Beverly A - Specialist 2 Finance
Distribution Services
1. Gravier, Michael Roger - Inventory Planner Ware Lead
2. Marcopulos, Timothy Leo - Buyer
3. Morgan, Cynthia L - Courier Services Driver 258
4. Tolentino, Castulo M Ramirez - Warehouse Storekeeper Driver
5. Velez, William - Buyer
6. Williamson, Daniel L - Warehouse Storekeeper Driver
Eastbrook Elementary School
1. Baker, Brenda Rena - Custodian 11 month
2. Batcheller, Danielle Jo - Assistant Clinic 188, 4thYear AE
3. Childers, Deborah Lynn - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
4. Parks, Deborah Jean - Secretary 258
5. Perry, Ann - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
6. Rodriguez, Omar Guiliani - Custodian 11 month
7. Santos, Iris - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
8. Williams, Debra Louise - Secretary 223
Employee Relations
1. Crews, Frances - Specialist 1 Labor Relations
2. Reichert, Carol A - Specialist 1 Personnel
English Estates Elementary School
1. Christensen, Nancy Ann - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
2. Cubillos, Leticia Katerin - Secretary 196
3. Harris, Leaford Augustus - Custodian 12 month
4. McMillen, Sandra Lucia Paraprofessional-- ESE Supplemented--188
5. Miller, Cindy M - FTE Clerk 12 Mo

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6. Nyenkan, Martin - Custodian 11 mo-223alt


7. Parrish, Jennifer Lynn - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
8. Rivers Jr, Arthur - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
9. Rodriguez, Linda Lizzette - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
10. Santiago, Mabel L - Secretary 196alt
11. Sellers, Meghann E - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
12. Taylor, Mary L - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
13. Valleau, Cori A - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
Environmental Studies
1. Cullen, Elizabeth Gallacher - Assistant Instruct Environ 188
2. Griffith, Patricia Susi - Assistant Instruct Environ 188, 50%
3. Ugrin, Thomas Joseph - Custodian 10 month, 50%
4. Willow, Frances Lucile - Assistant Instruct Environ 188, 50%
Evans Elementary School
1. Decembre, Linda - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
2. Hunt, Lynn Marie - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
3. Hurst, Susan E - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
4. Kiriakos, Mariam Anwar - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
5. Olivas, Loida E - Custodian 11 month
6. Ortiz, Cosme S - Custodian 11 month
7. Ott, Barbara Reins - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
8. Siguenza, Ana A - Custodian 11 month
9. Wiesner, Linda C - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, 50%
Exceptional Student Support
1. Bacile, Brenda K - Assistant Instrctn High-188
2. Baker, Dana S - Paraprofessional ESE 188
3. Bartlett, Jennifer Lynn - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
4. Baxter, Alexandra - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
5. Brunati, Zulma - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
6. Budzian, Susan D - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
7. Burnsed, Tina M - Executive Secretary 258
8. Cavato, Cynthia Dillard - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
9. Connelly, Lori Marie - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
10. Cruz, Maria V - Paraprofessional ESE 188
11. Demps, Jacquelyn Ann - Assistant Instrctn Mid-188
12. Dishman, Cynthia Karen - Specialist 1 Adm Computing
13. Edge, Frankie Mae - School Board Nurse LPN
14. Edwards, Beverly S - Paraprofessional ESE 188
15. Elliott, Ella D - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
16. France, Allison C - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
17. Garcia, Yolanda Ivette - Executive Secretary 258
18. Glasgow-Grant, Ingrid Sandra - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
19. Gonzalez, Luisa Briceno - Paraprofessional ESE 188
20. Henderson, Dora L - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
21. Hendrichsen, Susan K - Assistant Instrctn Mid-188
22. Herren, Pamela Kim - School Board Nurse LPN,
23. Jackson, Margaret - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
24. Jones, Katrina Ann - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
25. Jones, Merrea - Job Experience Training Coach
26. Kemper, Gretchen B - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
27. King, Deborah Jean - Assistant Instrctn High-188
28. King, Kathryn Hoffman - Assistant Educ Interpreter
29. Kirby, Nichole Lynnette - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188

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30. Lacourt, Eileen Janet - Assistant Educ Interpreter 3


31. Leach, April Lynn - Job Experience Training Coach
32. Ledo, Adam P - Assistant Educ Interpreter
33. Lewis, Dixie L - Paraprofessional ESE 188
34. Lippert, Margaret J - Accountant ESSS
35. Lyons, Deborah K - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
36. Majka, Donna M - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
37. Martin, Marsha Jane - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
38. McHugh, Lorna - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
39. Olsen, Randi J - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
40. Ostrosky, Kasey Michelle - Assistant Educ Interpreter
41. Paige, Maureen A - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
42. Pardo, Sonya - Assistant Educ Interpreter
43. Pineiro, Patricia Gonzalez - Paraprofessional ESE 188
44. Poe, Nancy Lynn - Assistant Instrctn Mid-188
45. Ramos, Norberta - Paraprofessional ESE 188
46. Rhyne, Judy A - School Board Nurse LPN
47. Rosado, Saudia - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
48. Rubin, Cynthia K - Paraprofessional ESE 188
49. Sclafani, Marie E - Assistant Instrctn High-188
50. Skipper, Lori Lynn - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
51. Smith, Regina Renee - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
52. Taylor, Karen Maxine - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
53. Truman, Jaclyn M - Assistant Educ Interpreter
54. Velazquez, Ana Iris - Assistant SED 188
55. Watson, Odis Darrell - Assistant Instrctn High-188
56. Whitty, Christie D - Assistant Educ Interpreter
57. Young, Karen - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
58. Zenz, Kristina Cathleen - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
Executive Director/elementary
1. Overstreet, Cathryn - Executive Secretary 258, 50%
2. Taylor, Lillian W - Executive Secretary 258
Executive Director/legal
1. Davidson, Jane A - Specialist Legal
2. Ferguson, Tammy Elaine - Specialist Legal
3. Kennedy, Patricia Hamilton - Specialist Legal, 70%
Executive Director/secondary
1. Beasley, Patricia A - Executive Secretary 258
2. Lamar, Mary F - Executive Secretary 258
Extended Day Care Program
1. Sheppard, Albertha Lovetta - Executive Secretary 258
Facilities Planning
1. Burleson, Natalie Sue - Facilities Analyst
2. Cline, Susan Meeks - Accountant Construction
Finance
1. Bell, Alvia Andre - Specialist 1 Property Account
2. Bracco, Virginia L - Internal Accounts Analyst
3. Franklin, Willie Mae - Specialist Budget
4. Goble, Stuart Rodney - Specialist 2 Property Account
5. Jenkins, Barbara Jean - Executive Secretary 258

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6. Pirozzi, Vicki J - Specialist 2 Finance


Food Service
1. Acevedo, Milagros Magdalena - FS Employee 189/5, 70%, Altamonte Elementary School
2. Alt, April Theresa - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Lake Mary High School
3. Andujar, Sonia Negron - FS Employee 189/5, 70%, Bear Lake Elementary School
4. Aponte-Rosado, Yolanda Ivette - FS Assistant 189/7, Spring Lake Elementary School
5. Arnett, Scott V - Computer System Equipment Oper, Educational Support Center
6. Atehortua, Maria - FS Employee 189/5, Longwood Elementary School
7. Bowes, Jacqueline Sue - FS Employee 189/6.5, Pine Crest Elementary School
8. Brightman, Brenda R - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Seminole High School
9. Browning, Lee Anne - FS Employee 189/5, 70%, Highlands Elementary School
10. Burgos, Emy Esther - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Lake Mary Elementary School
11. Buttitta, Deborah A - FS Assistant Manager 189/7, Hagerty High School
12. Calogero, Mary Margaretta - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Red Bug Elementary School
13. Canter, Joyce Jean - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Hagerty High School
14. Carrillo, Luzmila R - FS Employee 189/5, 70%, Greenwood Lakes Middle School
15. Clark, Keturia Nichole - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Wilson Elementary School
16. Close, Maryann - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Rock Lake Middle School
17. Collazo, Kerrie Patricia - FS Assistant 189/7, Tuskawilla Middle School
18. Colon, Jacqueline M - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Lake Brantley High School
19. Colon, Leticia FS Employee 189/5, 70%, Milwee Middle School
20. Conniff, Daniel Joseph - FS Employee 189/7, Seminole High School
21. Cummings, Mary B - FS Employee 189/7, Greenwood Lakes Middle School
22. Davis, JoAnn - FS Assistant 189/8, 50%, Carillon Elementary School
23. Delgado, Rhonda Lee - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, South Seminole Middle School
24. Duarte, Lourdes - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Lake Brantley High School
25. Dufour, Teresa Anne - FS Employee 189/5.5, Greenwood Lakes Middle School
26. Echeverry, Carmenza - FS Employee 189/7, Hagerty High School
27. Egusquiza, Maria D - FS Assistant Manager 189/7, Winter Springs High School
28. Encarnacion, Eileen - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Millennium Middle School
29. Esposito, Angela M - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Wilson Elementary School
30. Estrada, Luz Enid - FS Assistant Manager 189/5, Lyman High School
31. Falk, Ida Jean - FS Assistant Manager 189/7, Bear Lake Elementary School
32. Fann, Sheryl Lee - FS Employee 189/5.5, Greenwood Lakes Middle School
33. Figueroa, Sandy N - FS Assistant 189/7, Lake Mary Elementary School
34. Fuller, Michele M - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Rock Lake Middle School
35. Garcia, Luz Marina - FS Employee 189/5, Lake Brantley High School
36. Gonzalez, Miriam M - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Wekiva Elementary School
37. Greenhoward, Norma Jean - FS Employee 189/8, Educational Support Center
38. Hall, Darlene A - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Winter Springs High School
39. Hampton, Betty J - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Bentley Elementary School
40. Hapgood, Raelene J - FS Employee 189/5, 70%, Carillon Elementary School
41. Howard, Karen R - Specialist FS Purchasing, Educational Support Center
42. Hubsch, Marena J - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, South Seminole Middle School
43. Jansen, Holly Marie - FS Assistant 189/8, 75%, English Estates Elementary School
44. Johnson, Barbara Harriett - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Winter Springs Elementary School
45. Knoblock, Tina L - FS Assistant 189/5.5, Jackson Heights Middle School
46. Lane, Mary - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Wicklow Elementary School
47. Laracuente, Maribel - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Lake Orienta Elementary School
48. Ledford, Allie G - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Millennium Middle School
49. Lepore, Wendy Lee - FS Employee 189/5, Spring Lake Elementary School
50. Ligons, Suzanne - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Lake Mary High School
51. Liller, Janice Ann - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Layer Elementary School
52. Lose, Michelle Ann - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Altamonte Elementary School
53. Loudon, Dawn Alane - FS Employee 189/5.5, Lawton Elementary School

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54. Loupe, Vickie L - FS Assistant Manager 189/7, Chiles Middle School


55. Lynch, Lisa A - FS Assistant Manager 189/7, South Seminole Middle School
56. Maldonado, Marisol - FS Assistant 189/7, Bear Lake Elementary School
57. Martin, Tammy L - FS Assistant 189/8, 50%, Winter Springs High School
58. Martinez, Ivette - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Jackson Heights Middle School
59. Marto, Linda Marie - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Layer Elementary School
60. Mason, Diane J - Specialist 3 Benefits, 50%, and Secretary 258, 50%, Educational
Support Center
61. Matsunaga, Roberta Maria Mocchi - FS Employee 189/5.5, Evans Elementary School
62. McClain, David Gary - FS Assistant 189/8, 75%, Lake Mary High School
63. McGuire, Sonia M - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Rock Lake Middle School
64. Meneses-Gomez, Marianela - FS Assistant 189/5.5, Seminole High School
65. Mengel, Maria D Cruz - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Indian Trails Middle School
66. Mikluscak, Anne Supriyanti - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Red Bug Elementary School
67. Montalvo, Milagros - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Seminole High School
68. Montijo, Marelis E Nazario - FS Employee 189/5.5, Educational Support Center
69. Moon, Maureen J - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, South Seminole Middle School
70. Moreno, Gloria - FS Employee 189/7, Winter Springs High School
71. Negron, Lisa Ann - FS Employee 189/5, Sterling Park Elementary School
72. Nelson, Eric D - FS Assistant Manager 189/7, Tuskawilla Middle School
73. Oliver-Charles, Regina L - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Sanford Middle School
74. Pagels, Teresa Gail - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Oviedo High School
75. Parker, Bonny Lee - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Walker Elementary School
76. Perez, Alcira - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Lake Howell High School
77. Peterson, Keliah Lequan - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Midway Elementary School
78. Pichardo, Dulce - FS Employee 189/7, Winter Springs High School
79. Quinones, Marjorie A Rivera - FS Employee 189/5, Hagerty High School
80. Ramirez, Mary O - FS Employee 189/5, 90%, Sabal Point Elementary School
81. Ramos, Maria B - FS Assistant 189/7, South Seminole Middle School
82. Razo, Ramona E - FS Assistant Manager 189/7, Lyman High School
83. Rhodes, Jeannie - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Casselberry Elementary School
84. Riess, Barbara J - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Lyman High School
85. Roberts, Sarlean - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Walker Elementary School
86. Rodriguez, Yadira M Espada - FS Employee 189/7, Milwee Middle School
87. Roman, Carmen - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Bentley Elementary School
88. Rosario, Amador - FS Employee 189/6.5, Highlands Elementary School
89. Roux, Linda M - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Partin Elementary School
90. Rozanc, Dolly M - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, South Seminole Middle School
91. Ruiz, Angela Maria - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Lake Brantley High School
92. Rutherford, Sharon L - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, South Seminole Middle School
93. Santiago, Irma - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Lyman High School
94. Santiago, Maria E - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Crooms Academy of Infor Tech
95. Shapiro, Gloria Ann - FS Assistant Manager 189/7, Rock Lake Middle School
96. Shaw, Kelli Michelle - FS Employee 189/8, Educational Support Center
97. Shumosky, Richard Metro - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Layer Elementary School
98. Sidman, Ragnhild Sidonia - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Lake Mary High School
99. Smith, Joyce C - FS Assistant 189/8, Lake Mary High School
100. Sullivan-Elderkin, Maureen Elizabeth - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Indian Trails Middle School
101. Tice, Gabriele Margarete - FS Employee 189/5, South Seminole Middle School
102. Torres, Rose Mary - FS Employee 189/8, 50%, Lawton Elementary School
103. Torres, Teresa Magdalena - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Stenstrom Elementary School
104. White, Jill - FS Assistant 189/7, Forest City Elementary School
105. Williams, Myra L - FS Assistant Manager 189/7, Lake Brantley High School
106. Workman, Lois - FS Assistant Manager 189/7, Highlands Elementary School
107. Zingrich, Christine A - FS Employee 189/8, 75%, Winter Springs High School

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Forest City Elementary School


1. Dixon, Pamela J - Secretary 223
2. Gonzalez, Petra Noemi - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
3. Holloway, Bethany D - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
4. Lopez, John - Custodian 11 month
5. Marston, Donna Jean - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
6. Matos, Katherine L. - Secretary 196alt
7. Nunn, Pamela G - Paraprofessional--Elem--188, 50%
8. Valleroy, Laurie Ann - Assistant Clinic 188
Geneva Elementary School
1. Dupre, Pamela Jean - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
2. Henderson, Betty C - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
3. Herrera, Olivia Jean - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
Goldsboro Elementary School
1. Euell, Joseph Fernando - Custodian 11 month
2. Soyars, Mary Lee - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
3. Spann, Paula Denise - Assistant Clinic 188, 80%
Greenwood Lakes Middle School
1. Cefalo, Robert Charles - School Security Officer 188
2. Hardin, Melissa M - Executive Secretary 258
3. Henderson, Linda Lou - Secretary 258
4. Martin, Kameko S - Custodian 11 month
5. Padilla, Alba Limary - Assistant ESOL 188
Hagerty High School
1. Castro, Miguel Oswaldo - Custodian 10 month
2. Cotto, Jose Luis - Custodian 10 month
3. Melendez, Joey J - Custodian Head
4. Prendergast, Carla Hancock - Secretary 196, 50%
5. Robinson, Barbara - Secretary 196
6. Seacrist, Sylvia A - Executive Secretary 258
7. Soto, Dominga - Secretary 223
8. Tucker, Julianne Elizabeth - Custodian 10 month
9. Westley, Ana Christina - Assistant Technical 188
Hamilton Elementary School
1. Dossantos, Marcia Aparecida Francisco - Paraprofessional ESOL 188
2. Kendall, Monique Tiffany - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
3. Marsh, Rosalie Francine - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
4. McCann, Michelle Louise - Assistant Clinic 188
5. Peterson Jr, William B - Custodian 10 month, 50%, 4th Year AE
6. Rinaldi, Mary Karen - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
7. Self, Vickie L - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
8. Willis, Maggie M - Custodian 12 month
Heathrow Elementary School
1. Aaron, Camella V - Custodian 11 month
2. Ball, Thomas John - Custodian 11 month
3. Cook, Keely Nicole - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
4. Ferreira, Elaine M - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
5. Klamp, Carol Jean - Secretary 196
6. Persaud, Shamioon Amrita - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
7. Shenoy, Nirmala U - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188

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8. Timmins, Diane - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188


9. Tracey, Jeanne Marie - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
10. Weeks, Justin H - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
Highlands Elementary School
1. Bautista, Jaime - Custodian 12 month
2. Ferran, Elizabeth - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
3. Hill, Elizabeth - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
4. Mosqueira, Bertha Hilda - Custodian 11 month, 50%
5. Voorhees, Lisa Gaye - Paraprofessional ESE 188
Hopper Center
1. Bain, Linda Kay - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
2. Cline, Susan Diane - Assistant SED 188
3. Fanning, Yvonne C - Assistant SED 188
4. Maqueda, Maria Teresa Gomez - Assistant SED 188
5. Willink, Jo Ellen - Assistant SED Lab 188
Human Resources
1. Andrew, Tina Kaye - Specialist Payroll Lead
2. Benway, Daisy E - Specialist 1 Personnel / HR
3. Bernosky, Melanie L - Specialist 1 Payroll
4. Ford, Joy E Jennison - Executive Secretary 258
5. Gazil, Linda D - Specialist 1 Personnel / HR
6. Green, Michelle A - Specialist 1 Payroll
7. Hickson, Janice M - Specialist 1 Payroll
8. Hinckley, Tammy Lee - Specialist 3 Personnel
9. Johns, Edna E - Specialist 1 Security
10. Kristeff, Mary C - Specialist 1 Payroll
11. Largent, Dianne L - Specialist 1 Personnel / HR
12. Larson, Carol Farella - Specialist 1 Personnel / HR
13. Manning, Kelly R - Specialist 3 Personnel
14. Raines, Cora L - Specialist 1 Personnel / HR
15. Reedy, Sharon A - Secretary 258
16. Reynolds, Patricia Ann - Specialist 3 Personnel
17. Wells, Courtney Cooper - Specialist 3 Personnel
18. Wells, Glynda Dean - Specialist 1 Personnel / HR
Idyllwilde Elementary School
1. Barnes, Angela J - Assistant Clinic 188
2. Cartagena, Eduardo - Paraprofessional ESOL 188
3. Cole, Tammy Helle - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
4. Dilts, Valeria Faye - Custodian 12 month, 50%
5. Foster-Bronson, Sandra K - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
6. Kraft, Christine Helen - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
7. Mennella, Diane Veronica - Paraprofessional--Elem188
8. Moore, Kenneth Custodian 11 month, 50%
9. Roude, Sonia Nicolari De - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
10. Williams Sr, Royce E - Custodian 10 month, 50%
Indian Trails Middle School
1. Davis, Rebecca A. - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
2. Jelks, Pamela Y. - Custodian 12 month, 50%
3. Madden, Pamela G - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
4. Poyser, Tina M - Executive Secretary 258
5. Thomas, Joan Leary - Assistant Clinic 188, 50%

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6. Toussaint, Ricardo Vernald - School Security Officer 188


7. Valdyke, Katherine M - Assistant Clinic 188, 50%
8. Watkins, Sherry Lynn - Custodian 11 month
Information Services
1. Banks-Cason, Diana - Specialist 2 IS Project
2. Caraker, Noah A - Network Special School/Sector
3. Castillo, Marvin - Programmer Analyst
4. Ensor, Karina Georgette - Network Technician
5. Esclavon, Jeannie Marie - Specialist Records/Forms
6. Kelly, Patrick J - Specialist Network Operations
7. Kotsikas, Michael A - Computer System Equipment Oper
8. Mikolon, Peter C - Specialist App Software
9. Miro, Anne Marie - Executive Secretary 258
10. Morace, Rosalie J - Accountant Info Serv Project
11. Negoro, Yoichi Dennis - Network Special School/Sector
12. Niverson, Dannah Marie - Network Special School/Sector
13. Preston, William Kevin - Network Technician
14. Rayl, Stephen M - Systems Analyst
15. Reid, Justin John - Network Special School/Sector
16. Ryan III, William A - Specialist Network Operations
17. Tarver, Carolyn J - Computer System Equipment Oper
Instruct Excellence & Equity
1. Marlin-Morin, Gena Lundeen - Specialist Choice Awareness
2. Piazza, Suzanne Elizabeth - Admin. Assistant Choices Dept.
Instructional Support Services
1. Dimitry, Betty S - Accountant Instructional
2. Hoke, Thomas Michael - Specialist Testing
3. Overstreet, Cathryn - Executive Secretary 258, 50%
4. Robinson, Joan M - Executive Secretary 258
Jackson Heights Middle School
1. Cochran, Donald - Custodian 10 mo-196alt, 50%
2. Gonzalez, Grace Aderlene - Executive Secretary 258
Keeth Elementary School
1. Edwards, Ferina - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
2. Malanga, Janet Marie - Assistant Clinic 188
3. Milligan, Karen E - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
4. Riggins, Cora L - Custodian 10 month
Lake Brantley High School
1. Ayala-Tanon, Faustino - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
2. Bennett Jr, Robert L - School Security Officer 188
3. Britton, Sheena R - Secretary 196alt
4. Calderon, Jane Packman - Assistant ESOL 188
5. Camareno, Heriberto - School Security Officer 188
6. Comerer, Donna S - Executive Secretary 258
7. Diaz, Maria Estela - Assistant Instrctn High-188
8. Keating, Maureen L - Secretary 196alt
9. Kornegay Sr, Linwood Earl - School Security Officer 188
10. Rios-Medina, Carmen L - Secretary 196alt
11. Russo, Raymond Joseph - Assistant Technical 188, 75%
12. Torres, Michael Edwin - School Security Officer 188

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13. Wright Jr., Samuel D - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188


14. Zwilinski, Claire Elizabeth - Assistant Technical 188
Lake Howell High School
1. Adamson, Patricia M Secretary 196, 4th Year AE
2. Alvarado, Andres - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
3. Cosme, Ana Sara Assistant Technical 188
4. Darlin, Maryanne - Executive Secretary 258
5. Lopez, Hernan Colon - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
Lake Mary Elementary School
1. Akins, Annette Marie - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
2. Harrington, Gina Brown - Assistant Clinic 188
3. Kyaw, Daik - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
4. Minei, Judy A - Secretary 196
Lake Mary High School
1. Aslin, David J - Network Special School/Sector
2. Barrett, Patrick M - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
3. Elderdice, Candice Lane - Secretary 196
4. Glantz, Marlene - Executive Secretary 258
5. Godshalk, Tami Dawn - Secretary 223alt
6. Grubl, Leslie M - Assistant Clinic 188
7. LLanos, Francisco - Custodian 11 mo-223alt, 4th Year AE
8. Malone, McLain Randelph - Custodian 12 month
9. Mayo, Gloria Ann - Assistant Technical 188
10. Pelo, Kate Lynn - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
11. Samuels, Ruby Nell - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
12. Seibert, Deborah K - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
Lake Orienta Elementary School
1. Boone Jr, Jesse Donald - Custodian 12 month
2. DuVall-Francisco, Bethany RaeLynn - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
3. Graham-Hinson, Tina L - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
4. McNeer, Lindsay A - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
5. Salazar, Gain Carlo - Custodian 10 month
6. Smith, James B - Custodian 10 month, 50%
7. Tabor, Margaret Carla - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
8. Van Anda, Evelyn Lane - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
9. Wallace, Natalie Kay - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
10. Warsaw, Liza Isabel - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
Lawton Elementary School
1. Fuller, Daniel Allen - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
2. Kelley, Alisa Kaye - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
3. Lowery, James Henry - Custodian 11 month
4. Moon, Melinda M - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
5. Santos, Jose Orlando - Custodian Head
Layer Elementary School
1. Bugge, Geraldine Durkin - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
2. Buitrago, Olga - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
3. Calcano, Petra A - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
4. Evseanko, Valerie - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
5. Foster, Allen E - Custodian 12 month
6. Grubbs, Donna Lee - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188

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7. Hayes, Bernice - Custodian 12 month


8. Hinds, Elizabeth A - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
9. Pierre, Christina T - Assistant Data Entry 11-223alt
10. Sanders, Tamara Ann - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
11. Sanz, Magaly - Secretary 196alt
12. Sierra, Ilia Z - Assistant Clinic 188
13. Woody, Wendy J - Assistant Technical 188
Longwood Elementary School
1. Frye, Cynthia Schaar - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
2. Repp, Michiko Tohjima - Custodian 11 month
3. Smith, Virginia - Paraprofessional--Elem--196
Lyman High School
1. Ashley, Denise Lynne - Secretary 258
2. Bryant, Joanne Butler - Secretary 196
3. Collazo, Myrtha Enid - Secretary 196
4. Davis, Leslie Ann - Assistant ESOL 188
5. DeVol, Michelle - Assistant Technical 188
6. Eudell, Annette B - Executive Secretary 258
7. Gomez, Arelia De Jesus - Custodian 10 month,
8. Gonzalez, Maria - Custodian 10 month
9. Heredia, Ricardo Jose - Custodian 11 month
10. Martinez, Iluminada - Custodian 10 month
11. Newman, Teresa B - Secretary 196
12. Radford, Corey Nathanael - Network Special School/Sector
13. Ready, Lashawn Vinson - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
14. Rodriguez, Betsy - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
15. Sampson, Curtis R - School Security Officer 188
Maintenance Operations
1. Anderson, Travis T - Maintenance Mechanic
2. Blackard, Brent M - Mechanic Lndscpng/Grounds
3. Cobb, Jason Michael - Maintenance Helper
4. Cotner, Randolph Joseph - Maintenance Mechanic
5. Davis, Turner L - Grounds Laborer
6. Force, Jeffrey Todd - Maintenance Mechanic
7. Gallant, Sandra H - Executive Secretary 258
8. Glass, Joey C - Maintenance Mechanic
9. Hallman, Seth Benjamin - Technician Fire Alarm Systems
10. Ham, Jon P - Grounds Laborer 2
11. Harden Jr, Garvin H - Maintenance Mechanic
12. Harris, Ishmael - Maintenance Mechanic
13. Hoffon, Donald J - Maintenance Helper
14. Houseknecht, Beth Ann - Grounds Laborer
15. Kicki, Charles J - Maintenance Mechanic
16. Marcano, Jose R - Maintenance Mechanic
17. Matthews, George - Grounds Laborer 2
18. Moore, Tammy Lynn - Secretary 258
19. Olivo, Luis R Rodriguez - Grounds Laborer 2
20. Pentecost, Joseph Brian - Grounds Laborer 2
21. Sierra, Neftali - Technician Fire Alarm Systems
22. Stanley, Timothy G - Maintenance Helper
23. Suarez, Ricardo - Grounds Laborer 2
24. Tabb, Ronnie L - Mechanic Electronic Repair
25. Tackett, William Roy - Maintenance Mechanic

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26. Williams, Torin A - Maintenance Helper


27. Willis, Maurrell Geronoris - Grounds Laborer 2
28. Wynn, Clynnie Reginald - Grounds Laborer 2
Markham Woods Middle School
1. Pace, Elaine Frances Executive Secretary 258
Midway Elementary School
1. Brown, Roselyn R - Assistant Clinic 188
2. George, Trendese Moore - Paraprofessional ESE 188
3. Hardy, Sheryl A - Secretary 258
Millennium Middle School
1. Baker, Chantell Tiana - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
2. Barrios, Melissa Matia - Assistant ESOL 188
3. Brown, Chloe Judith - Executive Secretary 258
4. Collier, Anne M - Assistant Clinic 188, 4th Year AE
5. Higginbottom, Roger - Custodian Head, 4th Year AE
6. Hinsley, Mary Lou - Secretary 223
7. Lane, Kristin N - Secretary 258
8. Mandy, Sheila D - Executive Secretary 258
9. Mattingly, Dawn P - Secretary 223
10. Nunez, James Eliot - Paraprofessional ESE 188
11. Pickett, Mitchell A - School Security Officer 188
12. Simmons, Rosemary - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
13. Williams, Royce Edwin - Custodian 11 month
14. Wilson, Susan - Custodian 11 month, 50%
Milwee Middle School
1. Bartlett, Laurie - Paraprofessional ESE 188
2. Donato, Lynda C - Executive Secretary 258
3. Karnes, Elizabeth Marie - Paraprofessional ESE 188
4. Salerno, Samy Kaufman - Paraprofessional ESE 188
Oviedo High School
1. Ayala, Melisa - Secretary 223
2. Bradley, Christopher Earl - School Security Officer 188
3. Chambers, Mary A - Secretary 196
4. Christie, Patricia J - Secretary 196
5. Daniel, Cynthia F - Executive Secretary 258
6. Diaz, Carmen - Custodian 11 month
7. Franqui, Francis Luis - Assistant ESOL 188
8. Greer, Kay Caldwell - Secretary 223
9. Long, Cheryl A - Secretary 196
10. Lopez, Rickey - Custodian Head
11. Lougee, Linda Sue - Secretary Athletic 196
12. Miller, Margaret O - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188, 4th Year AE
13. Montecalvo, Nelida - Assistant ESOL 188
14. Polomsky, Elizabeth Rosemary - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
Partin Elementary School
1. Allen, Charles Alfred - Custodian 12 month
2. Crosby, Janice Marie - Assistant Data Entry 10-196alt
3. Henken-Strigaro, Debra L - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
4. Hurley, Nancy Susan - Secretary 223
5. Petrencsik, Marguerite Bailey - FTE Clerk 12 Mo

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Pine Crest Elementary School


1. Barron, Anne Rena - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
2. Calloway, Cassandra Diann - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
3. Miller, Melanie Joyce - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
4. Richardson, April F. - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
5. Sanders, Nick R - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
6. Wright, James - Custodian 12 month, 50%
Pre-kindergarten
1. Bagley, Donna Donovan - Facilitator PreK/Nrsy Lead Deg
2. Bohorquez, Catalina - Assistant Pre-K/EE 188
3. Burse, Lisa M - Assistant Pre-K/EE 188
4. Conklin, Sarah Ann - Assistant Pre-K/EE 188
5. Gattis, Rebecca H - Assistant Pre-K/EE 188
6. Hammen, Cynthia Berruti - Facilitator PreK/Nrsy Lead NoD
7. Jones, Shannon L - Assistant Pre-K/EE 188
8. Robinson, Patti Carol - Facilitator PreK/Nrsy Lead NoD
9. Smith, Wendi Michelle - Assistant Pre-K/EE 188
10. Vina, Deborah L - Facilitator PreK/Nrsy Lead NoD
11. Weinstein, Susan L - Assistant Pre-K/EE 188
Print Shop
1. Hudick, Timothy James - Specialist Bindery Night 196
2. McDonald, Shanna Lillian - Specialist Bindery Day 196, 4th Year AE
Professional Development
1. Weiss, Deborah Anne - Accountant Records/Report
Quest Academy
1. Scott, Mitzi A - Executive Secretary 258
2. Vallejo, Noelia - Secretary 196
Rainbow Elementary School
1. Arnold, Donna Jean - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
2. Roux, Lisa - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
3. Schmidt, Luz Helena - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
Red Bug Elementary School
1. Basile, Susan L - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
2. Clayton, Tessie T - Custodian 11 month
3. Rydelek, Kimberly Pam - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
Risk Management
1. Williams, Juanita Denise - Executive Secretary 258
Rock Lake Middle School
1. Colosi, Ana M - Custodian 10 month
2. Grillos, Ann Marie - Custodian 11 month
3. Magamoll, Debra Karen - Executive Secretary 258
Rosenwald Center
1. Bentley, John Lee - Assistant SED 188
2. Finch, Phillip Cardell - School Security Officer 188
3. Foster, Sheila K - Custodian 11 mo-223alt, 50%
4. Jackson-Bond, Barbara Ann - Assistant SED 188

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5. Mann, Bruce Carlton - Assistant SED 188


6. Ready, Wanda Ruth - Assistant SED 188
7. Sheafer, Ricky D - Assistant SED Lab 188
8. Thompson, Diane Smith - Executive Secretary 258
Sabal Point Elementary School
1. Jarvis, Cathy J. - Assistant Clinic 188
2. Lamar, Thomas R - Custodian 12 month
3. Quiles, Angel - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
4. Radzak, Patricia M - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
5. Staples, Jesse - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
6. Werley, Alison Joy - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
Sanford Middle School
1. Bouington, Michael Jay - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
2. Fontanez, Maria C - Paraprofessional ESOL 188
3. Lamourt-Delgado, Ines V - Secretary 196
School Board
1. Ponder, Karen Lynn - Executive Secretary/Clerk Bd
Seminole High School
1. Aguilera, Martha Ruth - Custodian 11 month
2. Cassanova, Antoine M - Custodian 11 month
3. Graham, Lura Bertha - Secretary 223
4. Hernandez, Ilsa - Assistant ESOL 188
5. Hilerio, Nelson Ivan - School Security Officer 188
6. Hobbs, Bobby Lorenzo - Custodian 11 month
7. Kitner, Sherry S - Executive Secretary 258
8. Levant, Tonya Sherrien - Custodian 11 month
9. Lopez, Adelaida H - Custodian 11 month
10. Merritt, Garvin G - School Security Officer 188
South Seminole Middle School
1. Britton, Cheryl L - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
2. Hanshew, Donna S - Executive Secretary 258
3. Justice, Valerie H - School Security Officer 188
4. Stanford, Tamari A - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
Special Projects/title 1
1. Moore, Elizabeth Ann - Paraprofessional--Mid--188, 80%
Spring Lake Elementary School
1. Cuk, Lejla - Paraprofessional ESE 188
2. Johnson, Shirley Altamese - Paraprofessional ESE 188
3. Metz, Renee Michelle - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, 50%
4. Phillips, Audra Beth - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, 50%
5. Preim, Judith A - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
Stenstrom Elementary School
1. Kirker, Marilyn B - Secretary 258
2. Laber, Patricia - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
3. Russell, Maria B - Assistant Clinic 188
4. Velez, Michael Angelo - Custodian 11 mo-223alt, 4th Year AE
5. Wunder, Diane Irene - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188

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Sterling Park Elementary School


1. Feliciano, Veneranda - Custodian 10 month
2. Nyholm, Jennifer M - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
3. Perkins, Angela - Assistant Clinic 188
4. Rolly, Susan Lyn - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
5. Venable, Janice A - Secretary 223alt
Student Museum
1. Persson, Michelle Renee - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
Superintendent's Office
1. Duffey, Marcia H - Executive Secretary/Super
Teague Middle School
1. Burgess Jr, Robert L - School Security Officer 188
2. Carzola, Emilio - Custodian 12 month
3. Luther, Raymond B - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
4. Milbrandt, Elizabeth - Custodian 11 month
5. ORourke, Monroe D - Custodian 10 month
6. Roe, Lois J - Executive Secretary 258
7. Upson, Vicki D - Custodian 12 month
8. Vocelka, Judy M - Assistant Technical 188
Transportation Services
1. Aarons, Maxearl - Bus Driver 7 Hour
2. Adams, Ruth Harney - Bus Driver 8 Hour
3. Adams, Terry L - Bus Driver 8 Hour
4. Aikens, Evelyn - Bus Monitor 7 Hour
5. Aikens, Lugen - Bus Monitor 7 Hour
6. Alcide, Frederick - Bus Driver 8 Hour
7. Alderman, Marilyn Jane - Bus Monitor 5 Hour
8. Alexander, F Amanda - Bus Driver 8 Hour
9. Alexander, Katrina S - Bus Monitor 8 Hour
10. Anderson, Belinda R - Bus Driver 8 Hour
11. Anderson, Lenon - Bus Driver 7 Hour
12. Archer, Danny - Bus Driver 7 Hour
13. Baldwin, Sung Ok - Bus Monitor 7 Hour
14. Banker, James Jerry - Bus Driver 8 Hour
15. Beacham, Carl Norman - Bus Driver 8 Hour
16. Berberich, Donna Lynn - Bus Driver 7 Hour
17. Brackin, Sheila G - Bus Driver 8 Hour
18. Brady, Eric Aron - Bus Driver 8 Hour
19. Brady, Robert Francis - Bus Driver 7 Hour
20. Brown, Erica Nicole - Bus Driver 7 Hour
21. Buckner, Caroline F - Bus Monitor 7 Hour
22. Burnett, Beverley Undine - Bus Driver 7 Hour
23. Butfiloski, Stanley Victor - Bus Driver 7 Hour
24. Butler, Cynthia R - Bus Driver 8 Hour
25. Byrd, Latherio V - Bus Monitor 5 Hour
26. Campbell, Euletha Lovette Byrd - Transportation Dispatcher 258
27. Carton, Bobbi C - Transportation Dispatcher 258
28. Cassidy, Roger Andrew - Bus Driver 8 Hour
29. Castellanos, Marissa Elizabeth - Bus Monitor 8 Hour
30. Cleveland, Hazel Lavesia - Bus Driver 7 Hour
31. Clowney, Joan A - Manager Transportation Route
32. Coffie, Lisa Laverne - Bus Driver 8 Hour

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33. Colondres, Gloria Ann - Bus Monitor 8 Hour


34. Cordova, Juan M - Bus Driver 8 Hour
35. Cox, Laurie Ann - Bus Driver 7 Hour
36. Cresenta, John R - Bus Driver 7 Hour
37. Cruz, Sonia N - Bus Driver 8 Hour
38. Debose, Ronnie Daniel - Bus Driver 8 Hour
39. Decker, Janet A - Bus Monitor 5 Hour
40. Dell, Shawn Marie - Bus Driver 7 Hour
41. Deloach, Jimmie L - Bus Monitor 8 Hour
42. Derr, Coleen M - Bus Driver 7 Hour
43. Difonzo, Debra A - Accountant Building/Department
44. Dubose, Angela R - Bus Monitor 8 Hour
45. Ealy, Madria T - Bus Driver 7 Hour
46. Eason, Debra Ann - Bus Driver 7 Hour
47. Ehlert, Cynthia Lynn - Bus Driver 7 Hour
48. Ensrud, Jackie E - Bus Driver 7 Hour
49. Estrada, Angel Luis - Bus Driver 7 Hour
50. Eudell, Traccie Mechelle - Bus Monitor 8 Hour
51. Fella, Tammy Lee - Bus Driver 7 Hour
52. Felton, Delores - Bus Monitor 8 Hour
53. Ferringer, Gregory J - Bus Driver 6 Hour
54. Flagler, Doris M - Bus Driver 8 Hour
55. Florio, Vivian M - Bus Monitor 8 Hour
56. Franco, Raul L - Bus Driver 8 Hour
57. Frazier, Sylvia F - Bus Driver 7 Hour
58. Garcia, Yahaira Maria - Bus Monitor 7 Hour
59. Georges, Micheline - Bus Driver 7 Hour
60. Giarratana, John - Bus Driver 7 Hour
61. Gonzalez, Edwin - Bus Driver 8 Hour
62. Gorman, Juanita Marie - Bus Driver 8 Hour
63. Gutierrez, Eduardo Saker - Bus Monitor 5 Hour
64. Hancher, Christine Marie - Bus Driver 7 Hour
65. Hanifin, Linda Joy - Bus Driver 8 Hour
66. Harkness, Pearl M - Bus Monitor 8 Hour
67. Harris, Alfred Lee - Bus Driver 7 Hour
68. Harris, Judy Mixon - Bus Driver 8 Hour
69. Henderson, Chonta LaShay - Bus Driver 7 Hour
70. Hernandez, Fe' Bernarda - Bus Driver 7 Hour
71. Hernandez, Richard Henry - Bus Driver 8 Hour
72. Herrera, Julio Cesar - Bus Driver 7 Hour
73. Hicks, Rita L - Bus Driver 7 Hour
74. Hudnall, Vickie Lynn - Bus Driver 6 Hour
75. Hudson, Cherryl L - Bus Monitor 5 Hour
76. Ireland, Lisa M - Bus Driver 7 Hour
77. James, Ella Mae - Bus Driver 8 Hour
78. Jones, Yvette - Bus Driver 8 Hour
79. Jordan, April L - Bus Driver 7 Hour
80. Knudsen, Terrence V - Mechanic Vehicle
81. LaFrandre, Peggy A - Bus Monitor 7 Hour
82. Lapierre, Sharon Ortiz - Bus Driver 7 Hour
83. Lawley, Sandy Wells - Bus Driver 7 Hour
84. Letts, Dorothy Mae - Bus Driver 7 Hour
85. Lewis, James W - Bus Driver 7 Hour
86. Lindamood, Paula J - Executive Secretary 258
87. Livingston, Cecelia B - Bus Driver 7 Hour
88. Lorenzo, Carlos I Marrero - Bus Driver 7 Hour

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89. Lundy, Richard Neil - Bus Driver 8 Hour


90. Lyons, Gloria Jean - Bus Driver 8 Hour
91. Manning, Michelle R - Bus Monitor 7 Hour
92. Maynard Sr, Ricardo S - Bus Driver 7 Hour
93. Mayoliz, Sonia - Bus Driver 8 Hour
94. McGill, Joanne - Bus Monitor 5 Hour
95. McGill, Vivian Delores - Bus Monitor 5 Hour
96. Mendoza, Diana E - Bus Driver 8 Hour, 4th Year AE
97. Messina, Gloria - Bus Driver 8 Hour
98. Miller, Debbie Riddell - Bus Driver 7 Hour
99. Monroe, Jamesina Dorothy - Bus Monitor 8 Hour
100. Morris Jr, William J - Bus Driver 8 Hour
101. Nelson-Simpson, Sharetha Shirelle - Bus Driver 8 Hour
102. Oquendo, Ana M - Bus Monitor 5 Hour
103. Ortiz, David - Bus Driver 8 Hour
104. Ortiz, Hedda I - Bus Monitor 7 Hour
105. Ortiz-Rodriguez, Lourdes - Bus Driver 8 Hour
106. Pallante, Florence M - Bus Monitor 7 Hour
107. Parker, Wanda Denise - Bus Driver 8 Hour
108. Pearson, Joyce L - Bus Driver 8 Hour
109. Porter, Robin L - Bus Driver 8 Hour
110. Raines, Velecia Dejois - Bus Driver 8 Hour
111. Ramey, Mary Michelle - Bus Driver 7 Hour
112. Ramos, Luis Raul - Transportation Dispatcher 223A
113. Reddick, Betty J - Bus Monitor 5 Hour
114. Rembert, Joyce Eyvonne - Bus Driver 7 Hour
115. Rivera, Nancy - Bus Monitor 5 Hour
116. Rivers, Ethel R - Bus Driver 8 Hour
117. Robinson, Jacqueline - Bus Driver 8 Hour
118. Rock, Jamila - Bus Driver 7 Hour
119. Rubin, Stewart H - Bus Driver 7 Hour
120. Saavedra, Monica - Bus Monitor 5 Hour
121. Sanchez, Marta Lides - Bus Monitor 7 Hour
122. Santos, Martin A - Bus Driver 8 Hour
123. Satterwhite, Valdra D - Bus Driver 8 Hour
124. Scott, Ricky - Bus Driver 7 Hour
125. Sheppard, Rosemary - Bus Monitor 8 Hour
126. Sims, Fannie Mae - Bus Monitor 8 Hour
127. Slater, Kathy L - Bus Driver 8 Hour
128. Spaulding, Michael Paul - Bus Monitor 5 Hour
129. Spivey, Linda Berniece - Bus Driver 7 Hour
130. Strawter, Yolanda Wellon - Bus Monitor 5 Hour
131. Tejada, Alberto I - Bus Driver 7 Hour
132. Thompson, David Charles - Mechanic Vehicle
133. Thornton, Mary Ann - Bus Monitor 7 Hour
134. Thornton, Yolanda Maria - Bus Driver 7 Hour
135. Toledo-Ruiz, Carmen E - Transportation Trainer
136. Tosh, Thomas J - Bus Driver 7 Hour
137. Van Horn, Albert Louis - Bus Driver 7 Hour
138. Vega, Antonio - Bus Driver 8 Hour
139. Walker, Twanna - Bus Driver 8 Hour
140. Washington, Regina Lynnette - Bus Driver 8 Hour
141. Watkins Jr, John - Bus Driver 8 Hour
142. Watkins-Hall, Angela D - Bus Monitor 8 Hour
143. Watson, Deloris - Bus Monitor 7 Hour
144. West, Connie Sue - Bus Driver 8 Hour

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145. Whitehurst, Evelyn T - Bus Monitor 7 Hour


146. Williams, Dorothy - Bus Monitor 8 Hour
147. Williams, Lakisha Tyneice - Bus Driver 8 Hour
148. Williams, Thomas Lee - Mechanic Vehicle
149. Williams, Tina W - Bus Driver 7 Hour
150. Wilson, Danielle Annette - Bus Driver 7 Hour
151. Worth, Karen Eileen - Bus Monitor 8 Hour
152. Wright, Rebecca - Bus Monitor 8 Hour
153. Young, Sharon A - Bus Monitor 6 Hour
Tuskawilla Middle School
1. Nangle, Ellen P - Secretary 196, 50%
2. Ojeda-Lafuente, Norma I - Assistant ESOL 188
3. Oxford, Sharon M - Executive Secretary 196
4. Schnepf, Isabel L - Executive Secretary 258
5. Snyder, Diane C - Secretary 196, 50%
Walker Elementary School
1. Acey, Brandi - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
2. Curcio, Karen A - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
3. Farina, Jennifer Walker - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
4. Futch, Mary Wasson - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
5. Laureano, Denise - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
6. Mangum, Suzanne Margaret - Assistant Clinic 188
7. Ortiz, Vivian - Secretary 196, 50%
8. Porecca, Anthony R - Custodian 12 month
9. Temperly, Mary C - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
10. Walker, Karl Felix - Custodian Head
11. White, Gale - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
Wekiva Elementary School
1. Allen, Katherine H - Secretary 196alt
2. Bishop, Nancy C - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
3. Bowersox, Kevin Gerald - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
4. Bria, JoAnn Y - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
5. Cruz, Yindia - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
6. Lee, Jane Marie - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
7. Moore, Michael - Custodian 11 mo-223alt, 50%
8. Rincon, Zulma Liliana - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
9. Runyan, James Edward - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
10. Selvaggi, Heather Marie - Assistant Data Entry 12
11. Whitekus, Dana Lynne - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
Wicklow Elementary School
1. Engram-White, Azzie L - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
2. Giammattei, Marina S - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
3. Hanson, Trisha Lyn - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
4. Howard, Jessica S - Paraprofessional ESE 188
5. Lashley, Jean - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
6. Manjaly, Cynthia Vinny - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
7. Matos, Lakita Nadine - Paraprofessional ESE 188
8. McClary, Mary L - Custodian 12 month
9. Owens, Angela J - Paraprofessional ESE 188
10. Sokolowsky, Evan M - Paraprofessional--Elem--188

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Wilson Elementary School


1. Brewster, Adam G - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
2. Case, Dale Allen - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
3. Duvall, Ashley C. - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
4. Lyon, Sarah - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
5. Morales, Lillian - Custodian 11 month
6. Peterson, Jenniffer I - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
7. Strickland, Jacqueline Denise - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
8. Thompson, Brenda Lee - Custodian 11 mo-223alt
Winter Springs Elementary School
1. Alecce, Tammy L - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
2. Bejarano, Helen - Paraprofessional ESE 188
3. Bellmany, Jonathan O Custodian 11 month, - 50%
4. Camacho, Maribel Bonilla - Custodian 11 month
5. Castillo, Elvira - Custodian 11 month
6. Colon, Amadeo S - Custodian 12 month
7. Cook, Gail C - Secretary 223alt
8. Cooke, Kelly Mae - Assistant Data Entry 11-223alt
9. Garcia, Diana - Paraprofessional ESOL 188
10. Stuckey, Michele Marie - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
11. Stumpf, Tracey Michelle - Paraprofessional--Elem--188
12. Torres, Yadira - Secretary 223
Winter Springs High School
1. Allen, Louise A - Executive Secretary 258
2. Beyea, Darrin George - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
3. Box, Jamie L - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
4. Huaman, Martin Antonio - Custodian 11 month
5. Huaman, Silvia Elena - Custodian 11 month
6. Hutton, Colleen Ann - Secretary 196alt
7. Kemp, Patricia Ann - Secretary Athletic 223
8. Melendez, Carmen Maria - Custodian 10 month
9. Paniagua, Luz M - Custodian 11 month
10. Pizarro, Maria Elena - Assistant Clinic 188
11. Robinson, Joseph Joranald - Custodian 11 month
12. Sesit, Michelle D - Assistant ESE Supplemented 188
13. Thompson, Nancy E - Secretary 223
Woodlands Elementary School
1. Duckhorn, Donna M - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
2. Fahed, Clara Santa - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
3. Hilliard, Wendy J - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188
4. McCaskill, Jennifer Lynne - Assistant Technical 188, 50%
5. Riggins, Charlene D - FTE Clerk 12 Mo
6. Schmitt, Linda L - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188, 50%
7. Triscari, Concetta - Assistant Instrctn Elem-188

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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SEMINOLE COUNTY

ACTION ITEM:

INSTRUCTIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PROFESSIONAL


SERVICES CONTRACT

IV.F.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
The School Board of Seminole County approve the Instructional Recommendations for Professional
Services Contract as presented.

2. Background/Analysis:
Pursuant to Florida Statutes 1012.33 (3) a, the attached recommendations reflect the Instructional staff
members who have been recommended for the awarding of a Professional Services Contract. All
individuals have completed a minimum of three (3) years of satisfactory performance, hold a valid
Florida professional educators certificate and have been recommended by their principal as indicated.

3. Fiscal Impact:
The Personnel Reappointments are within our budget.

4. Prepared by:

John Reichert
5. Board Meeting Date
Exec. Director of Human Resources/Professional Standards

4/25/06

Attachment(s): First Year PSC Reappointments


Back-up not in yellow book: None

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PERSONNEL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REAPPOINTMENT FOR 2006-07


SUBMITTED TO THE SCHOOL BOARD - 04/25/2006
Listed below are the Instructional Personnel being awarded a Professional
Services Contract and the Principal/Supervisor making the recommendation
Altamonte Elementary School - Frances B Duvall
1. Bonnett, Rhonda - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Gagnon, Jayne Swisher - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Moringlane, Tharsis Raelyn - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Strittmatter, Monica Marie - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Wadley, Kevin Stephon - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Whidden, Mirna - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
Bear Lake Elementary School - Gayle Bennett
1. Allen, Maria C - Teacher ESOL, 1st Year PSC
2. Hertlein, Karen L - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Nagel, Laura E - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Schubert, Catherine Ann - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
5. Singh-Gill, Jill - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Swenson, Jennifer Cox - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
7. Wheeler, David Alan - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Bentley Elementary School - Ronald Nathan
1. Acker, MaryBeth - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Albert, Tracey Michelle - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Bauer, Pamela Kay - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
4. Bradley, Colette L - Teacher, Other, 1st Year PSC
5. Bridges, Kathryn M - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Carson, Sue Ann - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
7. Dallaportas, Mary Jayne - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
8. Flores, Margarita - Teacher ESOL, 1st Year PSC
9. Lindstrom, Jodi L - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
10. Soto-Wolcott, Lyzette Ivonne - Teacher ESOL, 50%, and Teacher, Other, 50%, 1st Year PSC
11. Weiss, Tiffany Garrison - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Carillon Elementary School - Henry R Leidner
1. Miles, Shonda L - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Casselberry Elementary School - Janet Ransom
1. Lanfersick, Nancy Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Lowe, Gary L. - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Maring, Liana V - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Chiles Middle School - James D Shupe
1. Boggs, Patricia Ann - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Browning, Jane Marie - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Darling, Krista K - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
4. Dombrowski, Judith Dillon - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Evanson, Sarah Elizabeth - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Gardner, Sandra Olivier - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
7. Goodblood, Shannon Renee - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
8. Hallman, Hannah E - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
9. Hunziker, Donna L - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
10. Jackfert, Nancy Jean - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
11. Lewis, Barbara A - Teacher Vocational, 1st Year PSC

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12. Lorenzo, Sharon Marie - Teacher, 1st Year PSC


13. Marini, Teresa Ellen - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
14. O'Neill, Patricia Joan - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
15. Waitt, Maureen Patricia - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Crooms Academy Of Infor Tech - Connie E Collins
1. Adams, Adrienne Kilpatrick - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Pollock, Debra Ahrens - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Smith, Daniel B - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Wright, Amy Louise - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Curriculum Support Services - Hugh A Harris
1. Windish, Daniel H - Teacher on Assnmnt/Crclm Spprt, 1st Year PSC
Esol Minnie Cardona
1. Gonzalez, Edwin Nelson - Teacher ESOL, 1st Year PSC
2. Ortolaza, Ricardo - Teacher on Assnmnt/Crclm Spprt, 1st Year PSC
Eastbrook Elementary School - Martin D Kirsch
1. Hill, Inga Johnson - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. McGrath, Janine Tania - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Wright, Meghan Laine - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
English Estates Elementary School - Beth E Sharpe
1. Gagaoudakis, Areti Mariella - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Holley, Lauren E - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Hunter, Winifred Judith - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
4. Klinke, Kristyn Marie - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Evans Elementary School - Kay K Winger
1. Cagle, Jamee L - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Camden, Nancy Elizabeth - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Jones, Stephen J - Teacher, Other, 1st Year PSC
4. Kvalheim, Kristen Elizabeth - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Parcell, Jennifer C - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Quinones, Laura J - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
7. Sackman, Kelly A - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Exceptional Student Support - Thomas J McDowell
1. Abels, Tricia R Speech Language Pathologist, 1st Year PSC, Eastbrook Elementary School
2. Bidwell Jr, Robert Howard - Counselor Elementary, 25%, 1st Year PSC
3. Bowers, Danielle Speech Language Pathologist, 1st Year PSC, Wilson Elementary School
4. Collins, Gwen O - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
5. Dargel, Regina Speech Language Pathologist, 1st Year PSC, Idyllwilde Elementary School
6. Halpin, Joanne Speech Language Pathologist, 50%, 1st Year PSC, Idyllwilde Elementary
School
7. Kelly, Elise P - Specialist Staffing Resource, 1st Year PSC
8. McClain, Jolie Marie Speech Language Pathologist, 1st Year PSC, Stenstrom Elementary
School
9. Nieves, Igdalia Luisa Speech Language Pathologist, 1st Year PSC, Seminole High School
10. Perales, David P - School Psychologist, 1st Year PSC
11. Richardson, Rhoda J - School Psychologist, 1st Year PSC
12. Rooney, Donna J - Counselor Elementary, 25%, 1st Year PSC
13. Szymanski, Kelley A Speech Language Pathologist, 1st Year PSC, Hamilton Elementary
School
14. Thomas, Curtis Edward - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC

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Forest City Elementary School - Frank L Haynie


1. Bernard, Kelly A - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Boone, Amanda K - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Dancy, Shannon Rae - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Dilbert, Samantha - Teacher, Other, 1st Year PSC
5. Gjini, Xhuljeta - Teacher ESOL, 1st Year PSC
6. Hilley-Tittle, Karen Elaine - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
7. Hudson, April M. - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
8. Jreij, Myrna Phelps - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
9. Meerdo, Nancy Carla - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
10. Mitchell, Cynthia Cowan - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
11. Robinson, Jamie Paige - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
12. Rose-Baile, Angela Kaye - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
13. Sepnieski, John Gary - Teacher, Other, 1st Year PSC
Geneva Elementary School - Karen W Coleman
1. Shelton, Kimberly Michelle - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Goldsboro Elementary School - Cheryl Nicholas
1. Buffington, Bethany L - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Chadeayne, Jennifer L - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Lambert, Kristi Rae - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Nunamaker, Deborah Kathleen - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Greenwood Lakes Middle School - Kate Bradshaw Eglof
1. Boothe, Angela Leigh - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Collins, Katherine M - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Fox, Shari Ann - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Hagerty High School - Saleem Momary
1. Garcia, Maria Leone - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Gierke, William Nathaniel - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Higley, Susan Gwin - Teacher Vocational, 1st Year PSC
4. Miller, Angela D - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
5. Monroe Jr, Raymond R - Teacher Vocational, 1st Year PSC
6. Rice, Michael J - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
7. Taylor, Britton Ashley - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Hamilton Elementary School - Peter J Gaffney III
1. Arcand, Colleen Shelley - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Ashley, Sarah Elizabeth - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Bagley, Elizabeth S - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Bassoe, Tahimy - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Button, Kimberly Michelle - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Dugger, Angela Rene - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
7. Evans, Rebecca Stone - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
8. Russe, Erin B - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
9. Serrano, Vanessa Joy - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
10. VanFossen, Shelia Patrice - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
11. Wilkins, Stephanie M - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Heathrow Elementary School Barbara Nixon
1. Bidwell Jr, Robert Howard - Counselor Elementary, 50%, 1st Year PSC
2. Brennan, Sarah C - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Colombo, Michelle Mary - Teacher, 1st Year PSC

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4. Finck, Amber Dawn - Teacher, 1st Year PSC


5. Gonzalez, Gladys - Teacher ESOL, 1st Year PSC
6. Jenkins, Quantia Aurellia - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
7. Rooney, Donna J - Counselor Elementary, 75%, 1st Year PSC
Highlands Elementary School Gloria Flanagan
1. Boyett, Melissa Lynn - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Cole, Andrea Lynn - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. McKee, Christine N - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
4. O'Connor, Anna Lee - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
5. Sosa, Ana Curlota - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Tarkenton, Jennifer G - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
7. Topelski, Nichole M - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Idyllwilde Elementary School - Nanette M Brozzo
1. McMillan, Susan Marie - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
2. Pfeiffer, Robin Michelle - Teacher, Other, 61%, 1st Year PSC
3. Porter, Brandy Yvonne - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Rogers, Jennifer O - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Scott, David B - Teacher, Other,1st Year PSC
6. Sweeting, Allison L - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Indian Trails Middle School - Eugene Petty
1. Darby, Deidre Sherrill - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Jessup, Emily Anne - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
3. Metzler, Kelly Denise - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Jackson Heights Middle School - Winston Leonard Bailey
1. Dimock, Kathleen Anne - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Lloyd, Barbra Jean - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Walrond, Gregory Barnes - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Keeth Elementary School - Paul W Senko
1. Adams, Janet Russum - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Bostwick, Andrea Marie - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Doyle, James Francis - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Ramedia, Elizabeth Jane - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Lake Brantley High School - Mary Y Williams
1. Harris, Dorothy Marie - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Kieper, Kathryn R - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
3. Stewart, Sheree Lyn - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Vinall, Carrie Elizabeth - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Wabnitz, Heather Lee - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Yohannan, Grace Elizabeth - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Lake Howell High School - Shaune Ellen Storch
1. Greenwell, Sabrina Marie - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Kohn, Reggie J - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Kreahling, Thomas R - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Miller, Steven James - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Skipper, Suzanne James - Teacher, 40%, and Teacher Exceptional Child, 60%,
1st Year PSC

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Lake Mary Elementary School - Deborah C Wright


1. Huyett, Jennifer J - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Smith, Kristen Shawn - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Lake Mary High School - Boyd E Karns Jr
1. Duke, Vicky Branch - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Foley, Jamie Robert - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Hery, Katie Jo - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
4. Hornback, Michael D - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Lerza, Kelly Marie - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Meng, Nonda Graves - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
7. Miessau, Keith William - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
8. Tew, Virginia Elaine - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
9. Torpey, Kathryn C - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Lake Orienta Elementary School - Maritza C Rodriguez
1. Bennett Jr, Charles Ray - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Lezcano, Susan - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Price, Joyce Markunas - Teacher, Other, 1st Year PSC
Lawton Elementary School - Ricky L Carver
1. Gilles, Mabelise P - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Haynes, Laticia Ann - Teacher Exceptional Child, 50%, 1st Year PSC and Teacher, Other,
50%, 1st Year PSC
3. Maddox, Alicia Seger - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Nowak, Kimberly Celeste - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Sabatini, Elissa Aileen - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Tatum, Sharri B - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Layer Elementary School - Gloria R Staats
1. Smith, Ashley Coop - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Longwood Elementary School - Magaly Woods
1. Johnston, Melany A - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Martin, Jana Leigh - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Perez, Claribel - Teacher ESOL, 1st Year PSC
4. Trovato, Susan - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Ulliana, Ellen I - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Lyman High School - Frank Louis Casillo Jr
1. Aviles, Marielis - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Flory, Jesse Matthew - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Grasso, Heidi Jasmin - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Hillis, Lonni - Teacher Exceptional Child, 80%, and Teacher, 20%, 1st Year PSC
5. Howard, Michael Dwayne - Dean, 1st Year PSC
6. Ihns, Barbara Cohen - Teacher ESOL, 1st Year PSC
7. Lawson, Jennifer Ann - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
8. Naymick-Forman, Theresa P - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
9. Williams, Russel Joseph - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Midway Elementary School - Sharon D Tanner
1. Baisden, Barry G - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Norris, Cara Anne - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Quinn, Scheshin Lee - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Verali, Donna A - Teacher, 1st Year PSC

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Millennium Middle School - Brennan W Asplen III


1. Appel, Nicole B - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Cotter, Richard - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Davis, Samuel Edgar - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Foley, Erin Genevieve - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Green, Peggy Ann - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. King, Ryan Patrick - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
7. Kramperth, Joanne A - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
8. Reese, Kimberly A - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
9. Seeram, Jasmine Alka - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
10. Thackery, Jody Ann - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
Milwee Middle School - Lois K Chavis
1. Fekany, Lynn M - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Hitt, Harold Coyner - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Struck, Karen Louise - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Thomas, Wilshenia D - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Vickey, Michael F - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Oviedo High School - Robert W Lundquist
1. Banning, Richard A - Teacher ROTC, 1st Year PSC
2. Bowlin, James A - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Boyarsky, Deborah R - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
4. Brown, Susan Dianne - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Cobb, Lauren Blake - Teacher, 80%, and Teacher Exceptional Child, 20%, 1st Year PSC
6. Covey, Tracy Dawn - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
7. Hennessy, Michael Ajani - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
8. Hodges, Teresa Maria - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
9. Kammeraad, Kathryn Victoria - Teacher, 60%, and Teacher, 40%, 1st Year PSC
10. Kessinger, Troy L - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
11. LaFontaine, Jennifer Laurin - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
12. Petrosky, Heather Lee - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
13. Ridenour, Raymond Edward - Teacher Vocational, 1st Year PSC
14. Rodriguez, Kerri Lynn - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
15. Stapleton, Karen Lynne - Teacher Vocational, 1st Year PSC
Partin Elementary School - Kristina K Marshall
1. Cicero, Melissa Katherine - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Harrell, Toni F - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Lee, Monique Keyton - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Richka, Michelle Yael - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Schuchmann, Audrah Jeanne Steffens - Counselor Elementary, 1st Year PSC
6. Zapata, Luis Alberto - Teacher, Other, 1st Year PSC
Pine Crest Elementary School - Dianne Julia Lebruto
1. Bledsoe, Christine Marie - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Brach, Ruby Renee - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Brawner, Amanda Sue - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Negoshian, Jennifer A - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Professional Development - Sallie S Jenkins
1. Kersten, Zoe - Teacher on Assnmnt/Crclm Spprt, 1st Year PSC

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Quest Academy - Michael C Icardi


1. Bridges, MaryBeth - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
2. Given, Dawn Louise - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Rainbow Elementary School - Patricia C Milliot
1. Brinson, Eve Marie - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Heisler, Jennifer - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Leming, Cheryl Lynne - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Stoner, Natalie Elizabeth - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Weber, Allison Ann - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Red Bug Elementary School - Marian Anderson-Cummings
1. Eltonhead, April L - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Jacoby, Lisa Scudieri - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Long, Sharon P - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Ondejko, James Andrew - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Padilla, Aimee Lynn - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Pecoraro, Jill Christine - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
7. Sabelhaus, Darlene Marie - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
8. Shapanka, Alison Rae - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
9. Stoehr, Leah E - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
Rock Lake Middle School - Michelle G Clopton
1. Gintoli, Nina - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
2. Milhan, Carolyn Jane - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Rosenwald Center - Joseph Brittain Smith
1. Del Hoyo, Rodolfo - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Williams, Maureen Rose - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
Sabal Point Elementary School - Norris M Townsley
1. Koskosky, Nanette E - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. McKenzie, Gina Ann - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Sanford Middle School - Mark Terrance Russi
1. Bouington, Patricia F. - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Brusso-Amaro, Ondina Regina - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Darcy, Elizabeth Slover - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
4. Goodwin, Gemara Shinee Hunter - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Jackson, Patricia E - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Keogh, Craig R - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
7. Rhine, Jamie Bianca - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
8. Stowell, Deborah B - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Seminole High School - Walter D Griffin
1. Bryant, Tammy Renee - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Cohen, Evonne - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Hooker, Robert J. - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Hughes, Bob Lee - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Lyons, Roger W - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. McConnell, Doris Kay - Teacher Vocational, 1st Year PSC
7. Meahl, Kelly L - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
8. Reich, Carmen Teacher, 1st Year, PSC
9. Yousif, Jennifer Ghobrial Teacher, 1st Year PSC

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South Seminole Middle School - Robin G Dehlinger


1. Callovi, Lisa A - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
2. Green, Shanna R - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Grether, Paula F - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Hardy, Crystal Joy McEvoy - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Parnell, Christina Marie - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Ramos-Feliciano, Lissbett - Teacher ESOL, 1st Year PSC
7. Williams, Jayne Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Special Projects/title 1 - Marjorie Colton Murray
1. Davalos, Beth Dawn - School Social Worker 2, 1st Year PSC
Spring Lake Elementary School - Ines M Schmook
1. Angelillo, Diane E - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Broadrup, Elizabeth B - Teacher ESOL, 1st Year PSC
3. Bruzon, Rene Badys - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Coleman, Virginia Coggins - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Cunningham, Tiffany Anne - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Gendron, Deborah Ann - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
7. Hartsfield, Kristie Arlene - Teacher, Other, 1st Year PSC
8. Letzkus, Rebecca Lynn - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
9. Sims, Keith L - Teacher, Other, 1st Year PSC
10. Wakelyn Jr., Robert Henry - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Stenstrom Elementary School - Sharon G O'Rear
1. Gardner, Amy B - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
2. Jones, Annette Marie - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Lagergren, Meghan Elizabeth - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Roberson, Tiffany L - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Schumacher, Shannon Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Sterling Park Elementary School - Carol A Darnell
1. Billups, Linda Parker - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Duffy, Kathleen A - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Grady, Andrea Michelle - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Gullotti, Paige Marie - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Narvaez, Jazmina Gaby - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Ryan, Gwendolyn Gail - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
7. Sorheim, Tracee Lynn - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
8. Swan, Brenna Michelle - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
9. Wilson, Sarah Andrea - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Teague Middle School - Adrienne DeRienzo
1. Beck, Sandy J - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Bendfelt, Susan H - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Berry, Robin Kimberly - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. King, David A - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Luzzi, Michelle N - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Mahfood, Elizabeth Ann - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
7. Martin, Marcia Williams - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
8. Olah, Michelle Montgomery - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
9. Rubin, Rachel Ellen - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
10. Sanks, Twyla De Chele - Teacher, 1st Year PSC

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Tuskawilla Middle School - Michael J Mizwicki


1. Charpentier, Diane Shirley - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
2. Leinenbach, Joy Lynn - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Moise, Linda Doss - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
4. Pigott, Yvette Marie - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Reedy, Margaret M - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Shoaff, Michelle Ann - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
7. Strumlauf, Shannon Leigh - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
8. Workman, Arbeta, Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Walker Elementary School - Kathy A Phillips
1. Braddock, Stacey M - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Fenning, Sharon Walker - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Horan, Joette Y - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Regenstein, Kerry A - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Stewart, Margaret Wallis Spiegel - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Wekiva Elementary School - Michael Pfeiffer
1. Bertram-Pappas, Emily - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Campos, Tashanya - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Johnson, Kevin Louis - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Kavaliauskas, Katie Lorriane - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
5. Manjoras, Lisa M - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Rosenberg, Cynthia L. - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
7. Stoner, Deborah Lorraine - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Wicklow Elementary School - Gregory A Turner
1. Feldman, Adrienne Beth Segal - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Froess, Kristin N - Teacher, Other, 1st Year PSC
3. Prebble, Michelle Lundy - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Rish, Helene Anne - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Roicki, Joseph - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. Sherrill, Peggy L - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
7. Vazquez, Zaide I - Teacher ESOL, 1st Year PSC
Wilson Elementary School - Barry Mark Liebovitz
1. Aylor, Ami Nicole - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Bryant, Jennifer M - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Casey, Shannon L - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. Dewji, Fatema G - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
5. Gall, Kim E - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
6. McQuagge, Carol Waterhouse - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
7. Moore, Amanda Karin - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
8. Udvari, Natasha Danyelle - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Winter Springs Elementary School - Susan J Almon
1. Sanders, Brittany Lynne - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Sheffield, Tina Tobin - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Thomas, Rosemana J - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
4. White, Beth Ellen - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
Winter Springs High School - Michael R Blasewitz
1. Anagnostis, Joseph L - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Bignall, Nichole Monique - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
3. Bradley, Misty M - Counselor High, 1st Year PSC
4. Broitman, Jed A - Teacher, 1st Year PSC

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5. Brudenell, Ann Kathryn - Teacher, 1st Year PSC


6. Coburn, Nancy - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
7. Garcia Galva, Salvador A. - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
8. Hyatt, Victoria L - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
9. Jones, Travis James - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
10. Lane, Pamela T - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
11. McIntyre, John Adam - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
12. Mulock, Melissa Dove Hayes- Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
13. Nickelson, Anita Irene - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
14. Peck, Judith - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
15. Sample, Collin - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
16. Theiss, Brian R - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC
Woodlands Elementary School - Virginia K Fisher
1. Quint, Krista K - Teacher, 1st Year PSC
2. Varner, Marty L - Teacher Exceptional Child, 1st Year PSC

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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SEMINOLE COUNTY

ACTION ITEM:

ADMINISTRATIVE ANNUAL CONTRACT REAPPOINTMENTS

IV.G.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
The School Board of Seminole County approve the Administrative Annual Contract Personnel
Reappointments as presented.

2. Background/Analysis:
Pursuant to Florida Statutes 1012.22 (1) (b), all Personnel Reappointment Recommendations must be
approved by the School Board.

3. Fiscal Impact:
The Personnel Reappointments are within our budget.

4. Prepared by:

John Reichert
5. Board Meeting Date
Exec. Director of Human Resources/Professional Standards

4/25/06

Attachment(s): Administrative Reappointments


Back-up not in yellow book: None

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PERSONNEL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REAPPOINTMENT FOR 2006-07


SUBMITTED TO THE SCHOOL BOARD - 04/25/2006
Appointments/Principals
1. Almon, Susan J - Principal Elementary, AC, Winter Springs Elementary School
2. Anderson-Cummings, Marian - Principal Elementary, AC, Red Bug Elementary School
3. Asplen III, Brennan W - Principal Middle, AC, Millennium Middle School
4. Bailey, Winston Leonard - Principal Middle, AC, Jackson Heights Middle School
5. Bennett, Gayle - Principal Elementary, AC, Bear Lake Elementary School
6. Blasewitz, Michael R - Principal High, AC, Winter Springs High School
7. Carver, Ricky L - Principal Elementary, AC, Lawton Elementary School
8. Casillo Jr, Frank Louis - Principal High, AC, Lyman High School
9. Chavis, Lois K - Principal Middle, AC, Milwee Middle School
10. Clopton, Michelle G - Principal Middle, AC, Rock Lake Middle School
11. Coleman, Karen W - Principal Elementary, AC, Geneva Elementary School
12. Collins, Connie E Principal, AC, Crooms Academy of Information Technology
13. Darnell, Carol A - Principal Elementary, AC, Sterling Park Elementary School
14. DeRienzo, Adrienne - Principal Middle, AC, Teague Middle School
15. Dehlinger, Robin G - Principal Middle, AC, South Seminole Middle School
16. Duvall, Frances B - Principal Elementary, AC, Altamonte Elementary School
17. Eglof, Kate Bradshaw - Principal Middle, AC, Greenwood Lakes Middle School
18. Fisher, Virginia K - Principal Elementary, AC, Woodlands Elementary School
19. Gaffney III, Peter J - Principal Elementary, AC, Hamilton Elementary School
20. Gardner, Roger - Principal Middle, AC, Markham Woods Middle School
21. Griffin, Walter D - Principal High, AC, Seminole High School
22. Haynie, Frank L - Principal Elementary, AC, Forest City Elementary School
23. Icardi, Michael Principal Quest Academy, AC, Quest Academy
24. Karns Jr, Boyd E - Principal High, AC, Lake Mary High School
25. Kirby, Barbara Kelly - Principal ESE Center, AC, Hopper Center
26. Kirsch, Martin D - Principal Elementary, AC, Eastbrook Elementary School
27. Leblanc, Mary J - Principal Elementary, AC, Crystal Lake Elementary School
28. Lebruto, Dianne Julia - Principal Elementary, AC, Pine Crest Elementary School
29. Leidner, Henry R - Principal Elementary, AC, Carillon Elementary School
30. Liebovitz, Barry Mark - Principal Elementary, AC, Wilson Elementary School
31. Lundquist, Robert W - Principal High, AC, Oviedo High School
32. Marshall, Kristina K - Principal Elementary, AC, Partin Elementary School
33. Milliot, Patricia C - Principal Elementary, AC, Rainbow Elementary School
34. Mizwicki, Michael J - Principal Middle, AC, Tuskawilla Middle School
35. Momary, Saleem - Principal High, AC, Hagerty High School
36. Nathan, Ronald - Principal Elementary, AC, Bentley Elementary School
37. Nicholas, Cheryl - Principal Elementary, AC, Goldsboro Elementary School
38. O'Rear, Sharon G - Principal Elementary, AC, Stenstrom Elementary School
39. Petty, Eugene - Principal Middle, AC, Indian Trails Middle School
40. Pfeiffer, Michael - Principal Elementary, AC, Wekiva Elementary School
41. Phillips, Kathy A - Principal Elementary, AC, Walker Elementary School
42. Phillips, Samelia D - Principal Elementary, AC, Extended Day Care Program
43. Ransom, Janet - Principal Elementary, AC, Casselberry Elementary School
44. Rodriguez, Maritza C - Principal Elementary, AC, Lake Orienta Elementary School
45. Russi, Mark Terrance - Principal Middle, AC, Sanford Middle School
46. Schmook, Ines M - Principal Elementary, AC, Spring Lake Elementary School
47. Senko, Paul W - Principal Elementary, AC, Keeth Elementary School
48. Sharpe, Beth E - Principal Elementary, AC, English Estates Elementary School
49. Shupe, James D - Principal Middle, AC, Chiles Middle School
50. Smith, Joseph Brittain - Principal ESE Center, AC, Rosenwald Center
51. Staats, Gloria R - Principal Elementary, AC, Layer Elementary School

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52. Storch, Shaune Ellen - Principal High, AC, Lake Howell High School
53. Tanner, Sharon D - Principal Elementary, AC, Midway Elementary School
54. Townsley, Norris M - Principal Elementary, AC, Sabal Point Elementary School
55. Turner, Gregory A - Principal Elementary, AC, Wicklow Elementary School
56. Williams, Mary Y - Principal High, AC, Lake Brantley High School
57. Winger, Kay K - Principal Elementary, AC, Evans Elementary School
58. Woods, Magaly - Principal Elementary, AC, Longwood Elementary School
59. Wright, Deborah C - Principal Elementary, AC, Lake Mary Elementary School

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PERSONNEL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REAPPOINTMENT FOR 2006-07


SUBMITTED TO THE SCHOOL BOARD - 04/25/2006
Appointments/Administrative Assistant, Assistant Principals and Facilitator
1. Abbott, Debra B - Assistant Principal High 10, AC, Lake Brantley High School
2. Abney, Lance L - Assistant Principal High 10, AC, Lake Howell High School
3. Adamczyk, Marjorie M - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Hamilton Elementary School
4. Agosto, Alexis R - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, English Estates Elementary School
5. Arena Jr, Anthony Wayne - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Partin Elementary School
6. Barolet, Charlotte L - Adm Asst to the Principal, AC, Hagerty High School
7. Barone, Amy Lynne - Assistant Principal High 10, AC, Lyman High School,
8. Black, Robert E - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Lyman High School
9. Bochenek, Michael John - Assistant Principal High 10, AC, Oviedo High School
10. Bouchard, Judith S - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Casselberry Elementary School
11. Bowman, Patricia Andrea - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Chiles Middle School
12. Brouillard, Virginia L - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Teague Middle School
13. Burnett, Frederic R - Assistant Principal Middle 10, AC, Rock Lake Middle School
14. Caldwell, Lillian G - Assistant Principal High 10, AC, Lake Brantley High School
15. Camilleri, Deborah - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Milwee Middle School
16. Cassanova, Gerald - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Oviedo High School
17. Coleman, Mia Lashawn - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Greenwood Lakes Middle School
18. Coleman, Roger Barry - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Winter Springs High School
19. Cotto, Gisela - Assistant Principal High 10, AC, Lake Brantley High School
20. Cragar, Mary A - Assistant Principal High 10, AC, Seminole High School
21. Cullum Jr, John T - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Seminole High School
22. DePierro, Donald - Assistant Principal Middle 10, AC, South Seminole Middle School
23. Dunaye, Rodney T - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Jackson Heights Middle School
24. Ehrenberg, Elaine H - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Millennium Middle School
25. Emmans, Brian P - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Stenstrom Elementary School
26. Erwin, Tina B - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Geneva Elementary School
27. Evans Jr, William H - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Teague Middle School
28. Gamble, Pamela S - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Wekiva Elementary School
29. Gaudreau, Michael - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Seminole High School
30. Geiss, Shirley Eileen - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Greenwood Lakes Middle School
31. Ginesin, Michael S - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Greenwood Lakes Middle School
32. Gooch, Heidi Pape - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Heathrow Elementary School
33. Goodson, Helen E - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Indian Trails Middle School
34. Goolsby, Kimberly Ann Baker - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Midway Elementary
School
35. Gruber, Doreen Elise - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, South Seminole Middle School
36. Gunderson, Margaret M - Assistant Principal High 10, AC, Lyman High School
37. Hallstrom, Victoria J - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Keeth Elementary School
38. Hargis, Harry M - Assistant Principal High 10, AC, Crooms Academy Of Infor Tech
39. Harshman, Paul Leonard - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Milwee Middle School
40. Herndon, Martina Lenora Givens - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Longwood Elementary
School
41. Hill, Georgia Kirstan - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Wilson Elementary School
42. Holt-Miller, Cynthia Yvonne - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Jackson Heights Middle
School
43. Horner, Kathy H - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Jackson Heights Middle School
44. Hurd, Timothy R - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Sanford Middle School
45. Jackson, Tracy Desmore - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Milwee Middle School
46. Johnson, Nancy G - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Lake Mary High School
47. Johnson, Richard C - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Winter Springs High School
48. Johnson, Ted D - Assistant Principal Middle 10, AC, Tuskawilla Middle School

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49. Johnson, Tina M - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Markham Woods Middle School
50. Julian, Nancy L - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Seminole High School
51. Kamm, Brandy Lord - Assistant Principal Middle 11, 50%, AC, Millennium Middle School
52. Katz, Maria Lourdes - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Eastbrook Elementary School
53. Kelleher, Irene E - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Sabal Point Elementary School
54. Knorr, Joseph R - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Indian Trails Middle School
55. Kotkin, Michael C - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Hagerty High School
56. Kubis, James Christopher - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, South Seminole Middle School
57. Lindeman, Cathy R - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Oviedo High School
58. Loyd, Cathleen F - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Exceptional Student Support
59. Manderville, Tonya Butler - Assistant Principal High 10, AC, Seminole High School
60. Marshall, Vanessa Lynn - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Sanford Middle School
61. McAuley, Gerald K - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Lyman High School
62. McCarthy, Anna M - Assistant Principal High 10, AC, Oviedo High School
63. McDonald, Juliene M - Assistant Principal High 10, AC, Lake Brantley High School
64. McDonough, Mary K - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Wicklow Elementary School
65. Merck, Leon J - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Oviedo High School
66. Mewes, Keith H - Assistant Principal High 10, AC, Lake Howell High School
67. Minkin, Amy Jean - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Rock Lake Middle School
68. Mohabir, Anjani D - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Lawton Elementary School
69. Monte Carlo, Barbara Rohter - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Winter Springs High School
70. Morgan, Walter A - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Lake Mary High School
71. Morrison, Michelle Theresa - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Evans Elementary School
72. Nash, Curtis L - Assistant Principal High 10, AC, Lake Brantley High School
73. Navarro, Robert J - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Winter Springs Elementary School
74. Neal, Mary E - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Seminole High School
75. Nolen, Karen C - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Lake Howell High School
76. Norton, Toni E - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Lake Howell High School
77. Oliver III, Lowman - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Seminole High School
78. Oppelt, Cathleen P - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Indian Trails Middle School
79. Peacock, Christine Restagno - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Bear Lake Elementary
School
80. Perrault Jr, Philip R - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Tuskawilla Middle School
81. Phillips, Dale L - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Winter Springs High School
82. Pitters, Marc - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Chiles Middle School
83. Pratt, Cornelius Vincent - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Winter Springs High School
84. Proudfoot, David Emerson - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Walker Elementary School
85. Reeves, Dan Wilson - Assistant Principal High 10, AC, Lake Brantley High School
86. Reynolds, Donna Michelle - Assistant Principal High 10, AC, Crooms Academy Of Infor Tech
87. Richardson, Lamarr - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Lyman High School
88. Riley, Paula Y - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Tuskawilla Middle School
89. Rizzo, Karen Salmons - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Carillon Elementary School
90. Roberts, Kathleen M - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Lake Mary High School
91. Robinson, Gregory S - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Millennium Middle School
92. Rose, Joyce F - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Sterling Park Elementary School
93. Russo Jr, James V - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Layer Elementary School
94. Schreiner, Keaton Robert - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Lake Orienta Elementary
School
95. Scott, Angelia Yvette - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Pine Crest Elementary School
96. Shakar, Linda - Assistant Principal High 11, AC, Lake Howell High School
97. Shellman-Ross, Pamela Yvette - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Teague Middle School
98. Shuler, Randy J - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Millennium Middle School
99. Simon, Judith L - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Spring Lake Elementary School
100. Spatch, Aimee M - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Red Bug Elementary School
101. Sperrazza, Susan S - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Bentley Elementary School
102. Stanley, Sharon M - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Lake Mary Elementary School

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103. Still, Patrice Y - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Goldsboro Elementary School
104. Stoia, Lenore - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Rainbow Elementary School
105. Szcinski, Douglas W - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Sanford Middle School
106. Tombros, Frederick C - Assistant Principal High 10, AC, Lake Brantley High School
107. Torres, Omayra - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Altamonte Elementary School
108. Urichko, Brian L - Assistant Principal High 10, AC, Lake Mary High School
109. Weaver, Donna M - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Bentley Elementary School
110. Welch, John M - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Highlands Elementary School
111. White, William B. - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Idyllwilde Elementary School
112. Wicks, Marsha - Adm Asst to the Principal, AC, Lake Mary High School
113. Zambaux, Angela - Assistant Principal Elementary, AC, Woodlands Elementary School
114. Zimmerman, Madeleine - Assistant Principal Middle 11, AC, Millennium Middle School

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PERSONNEL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REAPPOINTMENT FOR 2006-07


SUBMITTED TO THE SCHOOL BOARD - 04/25/2006
Appointments/District Administrative and Professional Staff
1. Alicea, Waleska - FS Manager High 10, AC, Food Service
2. Andrews, Carol - Manager Field Support, AC, Information Services
3. Andrews, Daniel J - Director Food Services, AC, Food Service
4. Andrews, Johnnie M - Manager Area Transportation, AC, Transportation Services
5. Aquino Jr, Charles F - Super of Fleet Services & Gara, AC, Transportation Services
6. Atkinson, Robert N - Manager Area Transportation, AC, Transportation Services
7. Bass, Connie D - Manager Area Transportation, AC, Transportation Services
8. Batsch, Mary A - FS Manager Middle 10, AC, Food Service
9. Beamon, Serita Duhart - Staff Counsel, 50%, AC, Executive Director/legal and Staff
Counsel, 50%, AC, Risk Management
10. Becker, Gary H - Manager Media Production, AC, Information Services
11. Bedsole, Carolyn D - Manager IS Project Management, AC, Information Services
12. Bentley, Kenneth Community Educator Grant, AC, Hamilton Elementary School
13. Berardicurti Jr, Andrew - Owner's Const Representative, AC, Facilities Planning
14. Beudert, Lorraine D - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
15. Bibby, Patricia M - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
16. Blackwell, Pamela J - Man HR Inst Staff/Support, AC, Human Resources
17. Boothe, Alvin D - High Principal on Assignment, AC, Employee Relations
18. Boothe, Christine E - Project Manager 1, AC, Facilities Planning
19. Bouzianis, Stephen - Director Employee Relations, AC, Employee Relations
20. Box-Hall, Janet E - Manager TS Payroll/Field Trip, AC, Transportation Services
21. Boyer, Barry G - Director Prchsng/Dstrbtn Ser, AC, Distribution Services
22. Bracewell, Paula - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
23. Brewer Jr, Lafayette T - Assistant Director Facilities, AC, Maintenance Operations
24. Brown, Colleen Lavette - Supervisor FS Fed Guide/InSer, AC, Food Service
25. Byerly, John Frederick - Prof Stand Invest/Ombudsman, AC, Human Resources
26. Cardona, Minerva - Coordinator ESOL, AC, Esol
27. Carter, Jennifer Angelique - Assistant Manager Print Dept, AC, Print Shop
28. Chanter, Carol J - Elem. Principal on Assignment, AC, Instruct Excellence & Equity
29. Cole, Donna M - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
30. Colon, Alejandrina - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
31. Condo, Thomas P - Adm IS UNIX Systems, AC, Information Services
32. Constantino, Linda Pescatore - Student Advocate (Take stock), AC, Community Involvement
33. Cote, Anna-Marie Bastoni - Exec Dir Instruc Excell/Equity, AC, Instruct Excellence &
Equity
34. Cucci, Pat M - Community Educator Grant, AC, Special Projects/title 1
35. Culbreth Jr, Ernest - FS Manager Elem 12, AC, Food Service
36. Curran, Beth Anne - Coordinator Insurance, 50%, AC, Finance and Coordinator Insurance,
50%, AC, Risk Management
37. Curran, Robert A - Supervisor IS Application Prog, AC, Information Services
38. D'Ottavio, Barbara A - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
39. Daniels, Linda A - Assistant Director Food Serv, AC, Food Service
40. Davis, John Andrew - Adm ESSS Area, AC, Exceptional Student Support
41. De Geus, Iris M - FS Manager Middle 10, AC, Food Service
42. DeCatrel, Regina P - Adm ESSS Area, AC, Exceptional Student Support
43. DeVecchio, Robert M - Coordinator School Security, AC, Alternative Education
44. Debole, Steven M - Adm IS UNIX Systems, AC, Information Services
45. Decandido, Linda Schleicher - Adm ESSS Area, AC, Exceptional Student Support
46. Dent, Kathy D - Manager Area Transportation, AC, Transportation Services
47. Diab, Darla Jean - Supervisor FS Fed Guide/InSer, AC, Food Service
48. Dickerman, Beth Lenore - FS Manager High 10, AC, Food Service

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49. Diener, Peter M - Manager Mail Services, AC, Distribution Services


50. Donaldson, Becky L - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
51. Dooley, Kathy S - Adm ESSS Area, AC, Exceptional Student Support
52. Duren, Paul S - Director Finance, AC, Finance
53. Durnford, Kathilyn - Adm ESSS Area, AC, Exceptional Student Support
54. Dyer, Faustine - Coord, Special Projects/Title1, 95%, Special Projects/title 1 and
Coord, Special Projects/Title1, 5%, AC, Pre-kindergarten
55. Elliott, James Jerry - Adm HR Support Staff/Assess, AC, Human Resources
56. Ellis, Lawrence L - Assistant Director Facilities, AC, Maintenance Operations
57. Emery, Nathan - Fire/Safety Inspector, AC, Maintenance Operations
58. Farmer, Nelda Jean - Coordinator Resource Develop, AC, Instruct Excellence & Equity
59. Farrier, Bernadine - FS Manager High 10, AC, Food Service
60. Fielding, Debbie A - FS Manager Middle 10, AC, Food Service
61. Frances, Darlene Regina - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
62. Fraser, Mark S - Manager, IS Customer Service, AC, Information Services
63. French, Elizabeth Camille - FS Manager High 12, AC, Food Service
64. Gagnon, Alba R - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
65. Gaines, Raymond L - Exec Dir Secondary Education, AC, Executive Director/secondary
66. Garcia, Beatriz - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
67. Geboff, Eric Scott - Exec Dir Foundation, AC, Community Involvement
68. Gilchrist, Gloria - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
69. Giminez, April Marie - FS Manager Elem 12, AC, Food Service
70. Grace, Willie G - Dir Sch Safety/Student Alt Pla, AC, Alternative Education
71. Graham, Elizabeth H - Community Educator, 60%, AC, Special Projects/title 1
72. Greene, Joseph S - Adm ESSS FTE/Medicaid, AC, Exceptional Student Support
73. Greenstein, Marie Louise - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
74. Griffin, Debra E - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
75. Guzman, Julia-Jane D - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
76. Hall, Cherie L - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
77. Hallett, Lillian K - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
78. Hardy-Blake, Brenedette Lileen Human Resources, Director Recruitment/Equity
79. Harper, Joseph T - Supervisor IS Support, AC, Information Services
80. Harris, Hugh A - Director Curriculum Services, AC, Curriculum Support Services
81. Hendershot, Ann L - FS Manager High 10, AC, Food Service
82. Hevey, Carolyn S - Manager HR Inst Staff/Cert, AC, Human Resources
83. Hill, Ruth - FS Manager Middle 10, AC, Food Service
84. Holcomb, Eugene - Division Supervisor, AC, Maintenance Operations
85. Hovis, Sandy D - Coordinator Ext Day E/R Prog, AC, Extended Day Care Program
86. Jenkins, Sallie S - Director Professional Developm, AC, Professional Development
87. Jodejuan, Carolyn F - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
88. Jones, Adriana Lynnette - Coordinator, Pre-Kindergarten, AC, Pre-kindergarten
89. Jones, Cheryl Ann - FS Manager Middle 10, AC, Food Service
90. Jones, Nancy R - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
91. Jordan, Cynthia Yvonne - Project Coordinator, AC, Facilities Planning
92. Julian Jr, Ned Norville - Exec Dir Legal Services, 50%, AC, Executive Director/legal
Exec Dir Legal Services, 50%, AC, Risk Management
93. Kaesberg, Mary Ann - Adm ESSS Area, AC, Exceptional Student Support
94. Khatri, Rashmikant I - Director Budgeting, AC, Finance
95. Klaers, Regina Murray - Director Comm Involv/Pub Info, AC, Community Involvement
96. Knight, Bernard - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
97. Knight, Elizabeth - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
98. Kohler, Ann P - Manager IS Tech Implementation, AC, Information Services
99. Kolins, Leslie D - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
100. Kosmac, George A - Deputy Superintendent, AC, Facilities Planning
101. Lambert, Michelle G - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
102. Lane, Jane A - Manager Dividends, AC, Community Involvement

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103. Lanterman, Pamela Lynn - FS Manager Middle 10, AC, Food Service
104. Lavergne, Patricia C - Coordinator Media Services, AC, Instructional Media And Techno
105. LeRoy Jr., John W - Project Manager 2, AC, Facilities Planning
106. Leiter, Charlene Kay - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
107. Lewis, Kenneth - Director Transportation, AC, Transportation Services
108. Linck, Thomas J - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
109. Lindsay, Jerri Lynn - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
110. Longstreet, Robin R - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
111. Mahoney, Vincie T - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
112. Martin, Jim H. - Fire/Safety Inspector, AC, Maintenance Operations
113. Matteson, Tammy T - FS Manager High 10, AC, Food Service
114. Mayle, Vicky E - Coordinator Safety Inspector, AC, Maintenance Operations
115. Mazar, Ida F - Adm ESSS Area, AC, Exceptional Student Support
116. Mazzotta, Pamela M - Facilitator Choices, AC, Instruct Excellence & Equity
117. McCaskill, Barbara - Supervisor IS Operations, AC, Information Services
118. McClain, Elaine Louise - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
119. McDowell, Thomas J - Executive Director ESSS, AC, Exceptional Student Support
120. McKinzie, Melda Geneen - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
121. McRae, Kerry Community Educator Grant, AC, Pine Crest Elementary School
122. Mignacca, Deana M - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
123. Mita, Peggy L - FS Manager High 10, AC, Food Service
124. Morgan Jr., Brownie - Division Supervisor, AC, Maintenance Operations
125. Moten, Antoine - Owner's Const Representative, AC, Facilities Planning
126. Murphy, Julie E - Supervisor TS School Bus Oprtn, AC, Transportation Services
127. Neal-Wilson, Phyllis - Program Specialist ATEN, AC, Exceptional Student Support
128. Nettles, James A - Coordinator Environment, AC, Facilities Planning
129. Newton, Christine Hardin - FS Manager Middle 10, AC, Food Service
130. Nichols, Elayne - Adm HR Payroll Serv/Opera, AC, Human Resources
131. Nikitenko, Michael Edward - Adm IS Network Architecture, AC, Information Services
132. Norton, Alberta L - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
133. Palmer, Kimberly Lenese - Manager, HR Non-Inst Staffing, AC, Human Resources
134. Pavelchak, John G - Exec Dir Finance/Budgeting, AC, Finance
135. Pendle, Lou Ellen - FS Manager High 10, AC, Food Service
136. Pensante, Patricia J - FS Manager Middle 10, AC, Food Service
137. Perry, Carolyn H - Manager Area Transportation, AC, Transportation Services
138. Phillips, Rodney B - FS Manager High 12, AC, Food Service
139. Pinnell, Ronald L - Exec Dir Secondary Education, AC, Executive Director/secondary
140. Ponder, Ross B - Owner's Const Representative, AC, Facilities Planning
141. Poole, Susan P - Senior Purchasing Agent, AC, Distribution Services
142. Quagliani, Denis E - Director Facilities Services, AC, Maintenance Operations
143. Quirk, William Patrick - Adm IS System Analyst, AC, Information Services
144. Reece, Irma Leticia - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
145. Reichert, John L - Exec Dir Human Res/Prof Stand, AC, Human Resources
146. Reid, Sharon K - FS Manager High 10, AC, Food Service
147. Reilly, Leslie - Coordinator, Choices, AC, Instruct Excellence & Equity
148. Reilly, Sue Anne - FS Manager Elem 10, 50%, AC, Food Service
149. Reinalda, Terri Leen - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
150. Reineck, Lisa B - Program Mgr. Foundation SCPS, AC, Community Involvement
151. Reiss, Elayne Randi - Performance Data Analyst, AC, Instruct Excellence & Equity
152. Renda, Joel Alan - Manager Printing/Reprographics, AC, Print Shop
153. Rigby, MIchael Robert - Facilities Planner, AC, Facilities Planning
154. Risner, Colleen L - Supervisor Testing, AC, Instructional Support Services
155. Rivera, Madeline - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
156. Roark II, James Lewis - Manager Transportation Safety, AC, Transportation Services
157. Robinson, Anna C - Manager IS Tech Implementation, AC, Information Services
158. Robinson, Melissa Michelle - FS Manager Middle 10, AC, Food Service

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159. Romanowski, Marianne - Manager Accounts Payable, AC, Finance


160. Samples, Deborah A - Man HR Inst Staff/Support, AC, Human Resources
161. Schleper, Sheryl A - FS Manager High 10, AC, Food Service
162. Shydo, Roselinde G - Adm IS System Analyst, AC, Information Services
163. Sims, Theodore R - Manager Custodial Services, AC, Custodial Services
164. Smith, Jon A - FS Manager Middle 10, AC, Food Service
165. Smith, Pamela - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
166. Steff, Barry C - FS Manager High 10, AC, Food Service
167. Steff, Maureen B - FS Manager High 10, AC, Food Service
168. Stegall, Scott E - Director Capital Outlay, AC, Facilities Planning
169. Steindl, David Henry - Division Supervisor, AC, Maintenance Operations
170. Steindl, Robin Creighton - FS Manager Middle 10, AC, Food Service
171. Stringfield, Malinda L - FS Manager Middle 10, AC, Food Service
172. Taylor, Jay A - Supervisor Const Serv/UBCI, AC, Facilities Planning
173. Terrell, Dolores - FS Manager High 10, AC, Food Service
174. Teufel, Michael E - Owner's Const Representative, AC, Facilities Planning
175. Tiffany, Melissa P - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
176. Tracy, John Thomas - Chief Information Officer, AC, Information Services
177. Vina, John Joseph - FS Manager High 12, AC, Food Service
178. Vollaro, Richard A - FS Manager High 10, AC, Food Service
179. Voltoline, Lisa Henley - Adm IS PeopleSoft Bus Analyst, AC, Information Services
180. Wahl-Kerrigan, Susan B - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
181. Warner, Deborah Kay - Coordinator of Elem Reading, AC, Curriculum Support Services
182. Weber, Brenda S. - FS Manager Middle 10, AC, Food Service
183. Weyh, Krystal Marie - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
184. White, Carolyn K - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
185. Williams, Joan Zeckler - Coordinator FS Special Program, AC, Food Service
186. Williams, Raymond R - Manager Area Transportation, AC, Transportation Services
187. Williams, Yelitza Garcia - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service
188. Williamson, David R - Division Supervisor, AC, Maintenance Operations
189. Williamson, Joe - Manager Distribution Services, AC, Distribution Services
190. Wilsky, Chad E - Coordinator FS Operations, AC, Food Service
191. Winger, David T - Coordinator Testing, AC, Instructional Support Services
192. Wright, Geraldine D - Exec Dir Elementary Education, AC, Executive Director/elementary
193. Wright, Kevin W - Manager Custodial Services, AC, Custodial Services
194. Zoccolillo, Jennifer F - FS Manager Elem 10, AC, Food Service

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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SEMINOLE COUNTY

ACTION ITEM:

OUT OF FIELD REPORT - SURVEY III: April, 2006

IV.H.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County approve the out of field report-survey II as presented.

2. Background/Analysis:
Florida Statutes, Section 1012.55 and 1012.56 and State Board Rule (FAC) 6A-1.0503 require Board
approval of Out of Field teachers who meet the requirements as defined in FAC 6A-1.0503, Qualified
Instructional Personnel. Such approval would enable students taught by said teachers to be reported
at the full appropriate weighting, maximizing our funding capabilities.

3. Fiscal Impact:
There is no cost to the District. Optimum funding for students taught by board approved Out of Field
teachers would be realized.

4. Prepared by:

Carolyn Hevey, Administrator


5. Board Meeting Date
John Reichert, Exec. Director of Human Resources
and Professional Standards

04/25/06

Attachment(s): Out of field report April, 2006


Back-up not in agenda book: None
Materials for signature: None

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Human Resources
Certification Department

Cost Center #

April 2006
Out of Field Report

School Name

Name

April 25, 2006


Board Meeting

Teaching

Certification Area(s)

Area(s)

Years
Out
of Field

# of
Hours

0401

Spring Lake Elementary

Salvatore Griffo

Elem. Ed.

Gifted

0611

Sterling Park Elementary

Karen Cooke

MH,ESOL,Elem. Ed., Early Childhood

SLD

0182

Millennium Middle School Dia Adams

English

Reading

0101

Milwee Middle School

Rachel Fuller

Bus. Ed., ESE

Intensive Reading

1 period remainder of the year

0181

Seminole High School

Jean Mary MacInnis

Chemistry

Earth Space Science

2 periods remainder of the year

0181

Seminole High School

Aubrey Nelson

Bus. Ed.

OJT

All day

registered for two classes/ESOL

Hopper Center

Edda Velazquez

ESOL, Spanish, MG English

ESE

All day

SAE scheduled 4/22


remainder of the year

0281

All day

has inquired with Prof. Dev.

1 student remainder of the year


All day

registered for Beacon courses

April 2006

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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SEMINOLE COUNTY

ACTION ITEM:

AUTHORIZATION OF INVENTORY REMOVALS

IV.I.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County authorize the inventory removals as listed.
2. Background/Analysis:
Each board meeting the administration presents to the board for approval all inventory removals. All
inventory removals presented are in accordance with the Florida Board of Education rules and district
Board Policies unless noted otherwise. Reduces property inventories in the amount of $711,523.28
depreciated value $19,293.80

3. Fiscal Impact:
There is no fiscal impact to the district associated with this action.

4. Prepared by:

John G. Pavelchak
Exec. Director of Finance and Budgeting
Darryl Johnson, Finance Accountant II

5. Board Meeting Date

04/25/06

Attachment(s): Removals
Back-up not in agenda book: List of Removals and Supporting
Information
Materials for signature: None

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Found Assets for Board Reporting
for Board Meeting 04/25/2006
FOUND
Location
Asset ID
Seminole High
16286
22721
25197

Oviedo High

Description/Manufacturer/Model
Computer/Dell/466/LE
CSU/Data Smart/Max 761
Printer Laserjet/Hewlett Packa

Acquired
2/17/1995
9/13/1996
8/2/1996

3 items

Location Total

36789 Computer/Dell/GX1

8/2/1999

1 item

Location Total

4 items

Grand Total

Depreciation Removal
Cost
Value
Reason / Comments
1,623.00
Found FOUND SEMINOLE HS- 04/07/06 DJ
1,946.75
Found FOUND SEMINOLE HS - DJ 4/7/06
1,690.50
Found FOUND SEMINOLE HS - DJ 04/07/06
------------------ ------------------5,260.25
978.00
Found FOUND SEMINOLE HS- 04/07/06 DJ
------------------ ------------------978.00
6,238.25
========= ==========

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Retired Assets for Board Reporting
for Board Meeting 04/25/2006
RETIRED
Location
Lake Mary High

Asset ID
5584
11426
12644
12932
15095
17550
20773
21343
25438
26295
28866
29773
32858
33686
40599
48712
48720
49762
53026
55372
59684
60548
62172
63459
65741
66044
106672
106898
107025
107026
107060
107081
107082
107112

Description/Manufacturer/Model
Camera/Panasonic
Balance-Analytical
Bar Code Reader/Worthington/T6
Printer/Hewlett Packard
Sousaphone Martin
Audio-Video System
Hub Lattishub 10 Base/Synoptic
Printer Laserjet/Hewlett Packa
Scanner/Opscan
Saxophone Tenor/Yamaha
Printer/Hewlett Packard
Camcorder/Panasonic
Router/Cisco/1900
Computer/Dell/GX1
Camera Digital/Kodak/CD-290
Switch/Hewlett Packard/Procurv
Switch/Hewlett Packard/Procurv
Computer/Mini Tower/Dell/GX150
Microscope w/camera/Sargent We
Camera -Digital/Canon/G-3
Computer/Dell/Gx270
Projector -LCD/Epson/73C
Laptop/Dell/D600
Projector/Epson/1400A
Computer/Dell/GX280
Camera/Canon
Air Compressor/Dayton/Speedair
Tuba/Yamaha/YBB201
Table Drafting/Saturn/2001
Table Drafting/Saturn/2001
Bench Wall Assembly
Cabinet Tool Storage/Brodhead
Cabinet Tool Storage/Brodhead
Cabinet Tote Tray 2 Door/Brodh

Acquired
7/12/1990
1/15/1992
11/12/1993
1/21/1994
12/9/1994
12/22/1994
3/14/1997
8/16/1996
12/5/1997
10/6/1997
3/13/1998
9/4/1997
8/4/1999
1/20/1999
5/12/2000
7/11/2001
7/12/2001
11/2/2001
10/26/2000
1/11/2003
4/7/2004
9/15/2003
5/12/2004
9/13/2004
4/7/2005
4/7/2005
12/5/1980
12/7/1981
5/5/1982
5/5/1982
6/30/1982
6/30/1982
6/30/1982
6/30/1982

Cost
809.00
1,195.00
799.00
1,029.00
1,300.00
1,050.00
1,528.85
1,262.03
5,936.70
800.00
4,847.00
900.00
1,257.00
1,420.00
789.00
788.61
788.61
1,039.00
1,654.80
799.99
1,000.00
1,585.00
1,784.00
865.00
964.00
2,489.00
1,788.44
1,168.00
949.10
949.10
1,028.00
943.00
943.00
932.00

DepreciationRemoval
Value
Reason / Comments
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
153.34 Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
153.34 Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
259.75 Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
114.92 Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
355.55 Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
652.78 Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
880.56 Stolen -Police Report Attached
1,189.33 Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
624.72 Stolen -Police Report Attached
789.94 Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
2,039.60 Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr

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Retired Assets for Board Reporting
for Board Meeting 04/25/2006
RETIRED
Location

Asset ID Description/Manufacturer/Model
107113 Cabinet Tote Tray 2 Door/Brodh
108153 Autoclave Steam/Pelton & Crane
36 items

Lawton Elementary

40802 Computer/Dell/GX100
1 item

Seminole High

33092 Computer/Dell/GX1
58922 Laptop/Dell/Latitude D600
2 items

Millennium Middle School

31946 Tuba 3/4/Besson


42926 Computer/Dell/GX110
2 items

South Seminole Middle

24717 Computer/Dell/GXi
50676 VCR w/DVR Digital/Sprite
2 items

Wilson Elementary

792 Steamer/Vulcan
122165 Refrigerator/Hobart
2 items

Goldsboro Elementary

20471
31064
31066
31067
31071

Computer/Dell
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1

Acquired
6/30/1982
8/31/1981
Location Total
4/20/2000
Location Total
1/13/1999
3/16/2004
Location Total
6/19/1998
8/17/2000
Location Total
6/20/1997
9/12/2001
Location Total
7/1/1992
3/23/1992
Location Total
11/22/1996
10/8/1998
10/8/1998
10/8/1998
10/8/1998

DepreciationRemoval
Value
Reason / Comments
932.00
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
895.00
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
--------------------------------------49,208.23
7,213.83
Cost

887.00
Surplus - Public Sale
--------------------------------------887.00
1,882.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,670.00
1,066.94 Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
--------------------------------------3,552.00
1,066.94
2,500.00
Stolen -Police Report Attached
1,341.95
55.91 Stolen -Police Report Attached
--------------------------------------3,841.95
55.91
1,663.00
Surplus - Public Sale
4,230.00
940.00 Exchanged by Manufacturer
--------------------------------------5,893.00
940.00
6,830.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,405.00
Surplus - Public Sale
--------------------------------------8,235.00
1,649.58
1,467.00
1,467.00
1,467.00
1,467.00

Surplus - Public Sale


Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale

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RETIRED
Location

Asset ID
31076
31089
31092
31096
31097
31107
32020
32028
32032
32049
32053
32098
32338
32342
32348
32361
32367
32370
32758
32759
33470
35129
37818
37949

Description/Manufacturer/Model
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Gateway/Destination
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
29 items

Jackson Heights Middle

59163 Multiplexer/Kalatel/DVMR 16 EZ
1 item

Winter Springs Elementary

36 Steamer Cooker/Vulcan
1 item

Acquired
10/8/1998
10/7/1998
10/7/1998
10/7/1998
10/7/1998
10/7/1998
10/8/1998
10/8/1998
10/8/1998
10/8/1998
10/8/1998
3/18/1999
10/8/1998
10/8/1998
10/8/1998
10/8/1998
10/8/1998
10/8/1998
10/7/1998
10/7/1998
2/10/1999
6/2/1999
11/3/1999
11/3/1999
Location Total
12/15/2003
Location Total
3/18/1992
Location Total

DepreciationRemoval
Cost
Value
Reason / Comments
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,523.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,467.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,430.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,160.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,199.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,199.00
Surplus - Public Sale
--------------------------------------41,901.58
3,649.00
2,179.26 Exchanged by Manufacturer
--------------------------------------3,649.00
2,179.26
6,830.00
Surplus - Public Sale
--------------------------------------6,830.00
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Location
Idyllwilde Elementary

Asset ID

Description/Manufacturer/Model

45385 Computer/Hewlett Packard/Vectr


1 item

Tuskawilla Middle

45638 Computer/Hewlett Packard/Vectr


47355 Computer/Hewlett Packard/Vectr
2 items

Lake Howell High

12896
15236
24122
27419
28657
28672
28675
28677
28679
30092
31141
32943
46311
113287
113903

Computer/Aries
Shed
Computer/Dell/GXi
VCR Editing Recorder Player/Pa
Casette Recorder D18
Casette Recorder Asc
Casette Recorder Asc
Casette Recorder Asc
Casette Recorder Asc
Monitor 17in/IBM/Optiquest V77
Mellophone Horn/Dynasty
Audio Cassette-Studnet/DI-8
Computer/Hewlett Packard/Vectr
Torso Machine/Nautilus
Clarinet Bass/Selmer
15 items

Sabal Point Elementary

20997
27902
28421
28425
28702

File Server/Dell/SP5100-2
Computer Gxal/Dell
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA

DepreciationRemoval
Value
Reason / Comments

Acquired

Cost

3/1/2001

1,104.03
153.34 Surplus - Public Sale
--------------------------------------1,104.03
153.34

Location Total
3/12/2001
5/3/2001
Location Total
9/17/1994
2/26/1993
6/20/1997
1/15/1998
11/5/1997
11/5/1997
11/5/1997
4/25/1997
4/25/1997
11/5/1997
10/6/1998
12/17/1998
6/1/2001
6/22/1977
6/9/1986
Location Total
7/19/1996
1/16/1998
4/24/1998
4/24/1998
4/9/1998

1,067.03
148.20 Surplus - Public Sale
1,322.02
220.34 Surplus - Public Sale
--------------------------------------2,389.05
368.54
2,012.00
Surplus - Public Sale
2,200.00
Obsolete-Too Costly to Upgrade
1,663.00
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
6,078.00
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
1,411.00
Obsolete-Too Costly to Upgrade
1,411.00
Obsolete-Too Costly to Upgrade
1,411.00
Obsolete-Too Costly to Upgrade
1,411.00
Obsolete-Too Costly to Upgrade
1,411.00
Obsolete-Too Costly to Upgrade
788.00
Surplus - Public Sale
800.00
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
1,365.87
Obsolete-Too Costly to Upgrade
1,123.90
202.93 Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
975.00
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
2,750.00
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
--------------------------------------26,810.77
202.93
5,034.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,930.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,489.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,489.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,526.00
Surplus - Public Sale
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Location

Sterling Park Elementary

Asset ID

Description/Manufacturer/Model
5 items

40340 Computer/Dell/GX100
1 item

Greenwood Lakes Middle

64064 Computer/Dell/GX280
1 item

Heathrow Elementary

29998 Computer/Dell/GX1
32670 Floor Machine/Power Flite
2 items

Winter Springs High

5224
21662
24790
25691
27671
27825
29312
30519
32247
35327
39381
49068
51194

Microwave Oven/Amana
Vacuum-Wet Dry/Advance/Airscoo
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Camcorder/Panasonic
Editing Controller
Euphonium/Yamaha
Tuba/Yamaha
Printer Laserjet/Hewlett Packa
Stair Climber Commercial/Light
Laptop/Toshiba/4030
Computer/Dell/GX1
Camcorder Ag456u/Panasonic
Laptop/IBM/Thinkpad
13 items

Paul J Hagerty High School

62865 LCD/Epson/Powerlite
66201 Computer/Dell/GX280

Acquired
Location Total
4/20/2000
Location Total
11/10/2004
Location Total
8/27/1998
11/21/1997
Location Total
8/8/1991
12/20/1996
6/20/1997
8/1/1997
11/21/1997
4/9/1998
3/27/1998
7/20/1998
11/4/1998
8/12/1999
2/8/2000
12/6/2000
6/20/2002
Location Total
38,196.00
6/13/2005

Cost
11,468.00

DepreciationRemoval
Value
Reason / Comments
-

887.00
Surplus - Public Sale
--------------------------------------887.00
1,042.00
781.50 Stolen -Police Report Attached
--------------------------------------1,042.00
781.50
1,417.00
Surplus - Public Sale
776.00
Surplus - Public Sale
--------------------------------------2,193.00
1,051.00
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
809.60
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
1,663.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,164.35
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
777.00
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
3,095.00
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
4,126.00
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
1,325.00
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
1,341.88
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
2,104.00
Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
1,780.00
Surplus - Public Sale
1,561.95
151.86 Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
2,191.80
761.04 Missing-Letter from Cost Centr
--------------------------------------22,990.58
912.90
1,574.00
1093.06 Exchanged by Manufacturer
916.00
776.06 Exchanged by Manufacturer
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Location

Information Services

Asset ID

11736
14617
16776
20972
23373
23920
23922
24030
24047
24227
24299
24320
24328
24335
24377
24378
24381
24382
24383
24384
24387
24388
24395
24396
24402
24404
24405
24409
24411
24413
24416
24420

Description/Manufacturer/Model
2 items
Computer/Dell
Printer Laserjet/Hewlett Packa
Computer/Dell/466/DM
Laptop/Dell/Latitude
Computer/Dell/Pentium 200GXIL
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/GXIL
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi

Acquired
Location Total
8/19/1994
7/22/1994
4/13/1995
8/30/1996
4/25/1997
8/15/1997
7/25/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
4/25/1997
4/25/1997
6/6/1997
6/6/1997
6/6/1997
6/6/1997
6/6/1997
6/6/1997
6/6/1997
6/6/1997
6/6/1997
6/6/1997
6/6/1997
6/6/1997
6/6/1997
6/6/1997
6/6/1997
6/6/1997

Cost
2,490.00
2,358.00
1,393.46
1,998.00
4,420.00
1,830.00
2,050.00
2,363.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
2,128.00
2,128.00
2,128.00
2,128.00
2,128.00
2,128.00
2,128.00
2,128.00
2,128.00
2,128.00
2,128.00
2,128.00
2,128.00
2,128.00
2,128.00
2,128.00
2,128.00
2,128.00

DepreciationRemoval
Value
Reason / Comments
1,869.12
-

Surplus - Public Sale


Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale

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RETIRED
Location

Asset ID
24434
24439
24442
24444
24495
24610
24611
24616
24617
24619
24620
24622
24625
24629
24631
24637
24640
24641
24652
24655
24661
24665
24683
24686
24691
24695
24697
24699
24726
24727
24731
24732
24734
24744

Description/Manufacturer/Model
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer File Server/Dell
Computer File Server/Dell
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi

Acquired
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997

Cost
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,718.00
1,718.00
1,718.00
1,718.00
1,718.00
1,718.00
1,718.00
1,718.00
1,718.00
1,718.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
10,092.00
10,092.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00

DepreciationRemoval
Value
Reason / Comments
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale

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RETIRED
Location

Asset ID
24745
24762
24768
24775
24782
24791
25070
26502
26543
26556
26807
26809
26811
26815
26824
26866
26886
26992
28779
28789
28790
28982
28997
29141
29291
29534
29790
32149
32151
32408
35329
35333
36287
36288

Description/Manufacturer/Model
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXiL
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXIL
Computer/Dell/GXA
Laptop/Dell/Latitude
Ethernet Lanprobe Fast
Ethernet Lanprobe
File Server/Power Edge/Dell/42
Laptop/Toshiba/Satellite
Laptop/Toshiba/Satellite
Laptop/Toshiba/PAT800U
Laptop/Toshiba/PAT800U

Acquired
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
8/15/1997
10/10/1997
10/10/1997
10/10/1997
10/10/1997
10/10/1997
10/10/1997
10/10/1997
10/10/1997
10/10/1997
6/20/1997
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
4/9/1998
4/9/1998
4/9/1998
10/10/1997
4/24/1998
6/5/1998
9/29/1998
9/29/1998
11/10/1998
7/20/1999
7/20/1999
8/2/1999
8/2/1999

Cost
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
2,137.00
1,906.00
1,906.00
1,906.00
1,906.00
1,906.00
1,906.00
1,906.00
1,906.00
1,906.00
1,899.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,489.00
1,489.00
1,906.00
1,526.00
5,314.00
5,365.56
5,356.56
8,959.00
3,262.26
3,262.26
3,810.37
3,810.37

DepreciationRemoval
Value
Reason / Comments
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale

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RETIRED
Location

Asset ID
37478
37838
37842
42061
42062
42998
43103
48202
48549
54702

Description/Manufacturer/Model
Laptop/Toshiba
Laptop/Toshiba
Laptop/Dell/Inspiron
Laptop/Toshiba
Laptop/Toshiba
Laptop/Dell/Inspiron 5000
Laptop/Dell/Inspiron 5000
Laptop/Dell/Latitude
Laptop/Dell/Latitude
Computer/Dell/Gx260
110 items

Maintenance-Operations

13821 Computer/Dell
1 item

Surplus Property from


Altamonte Elementary
Milwee Middle
Rock Lake Middle
Oviedo High
Lake Brantley High
Oviedo High
Lake Howell High
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Lawton Elementary
Seminole High
Lake Brantley High
Lawton Elementary
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High

370
1933
6849
7678
13062
13420
14533
15585
15598
15670
15701
15873
15939
16491
16677
16688

Steamer/Vulcan
Steamer/Vulcan
Computer Iigs/Apple/II GS
Injection Molder
Printer - Laser/IBM
Molding Machine-Rotational
Computer/Apple/Mac Quadra
Computer/Dell/466/LE
Computer/Dell/466/LE
Computer/Apple/LC 580
Lift/Hoyer
Computer/Dell/455/LE
Computer/Dell/466/LE
Computer/Dell/466/LE
Computer/Dell/466/LE
Computer/Dell/466/LE

Acquired
10/6/1999
10/15/1999
10/22/1999
8/16/1999
8/2/1999
9/6/2000
9/6/2000
10/2/2001
10/2/2001
10/23/2002
Location Total
8/5/1994
Location Total

3/18/1992
4/2/1992
4/10/1991
2/21/1992
4/15/1994
1/29/1993
4/15/1994
3/3/1995
3/3/1995
6/23/1995
4/28/1995
2/17/1995
2/17/1995
3/3/1995
2/17/1995
2/17/1995

DepreciationRemoval
Cost
Value
Reason / Comments
2,689.06
Surplus - Public Sale
2,689.06
Surplus - Public Sale
2,935.00
Surplus - Public Sale
3,722.11
Surplus - Public Sale
3,262.26
Surplus - Public Sale
2,467.00
137.06 Surplus - Public Sale
2,467.00
137.06 Surplus - Public Sale
2,003.45
473.04 Surplus - Public Sale
2,003.45
473.04 Surplus - Public Sale
899.00
362.10 Surplus - Public Sale
--------------------------------------249,930.23
1,582.30
1,583.00
Surplus - Public Sale
--------------------------------------1,583.00
-

6,830.00
6,830.00
1,964.03
1,700.65
1,305.00
2,422.31
2,102.00
1,623.00
1,623.00
1,449.00
1,125.00
1,623.00
1,623.00
1,623.00
1,623.00
1,623.00

Surplus - Public Sale


Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Obsolete-Too Costly to Upgrade
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale

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Retired Assets for Board Reporting
for Board Meeting 04/25/2006
RETIRED
Location
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Oviedo High
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Seminole High
Lawton Elementary
Information Services
Information Services
Information Services
Information Services
Information Services
Information Services
Information Services
Information Services
Information Services
Information Services
Lake Brantley High
Lake Howell High
South Seminole Middle
South Seminole Middle
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Hopper Center
Rock Lake Middle
Rock Lake Middle
Rock Lake Middle
Lawton Elementary
Lawton Elementary
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High

Asset ID
16693
16701
17310
19208
19209
19222
19225
19227
20690
21490
23235
23243
23246
23251
23261
23264
23266
23273
23275
23323
23618
24194
24323
25064
25234
25249
26084
26930
26936
26938
26976
26977
27460
27468

Description/Manufacturer/Model
Computer/Dell/466/LE
Computer/Dell/466/LE
Camcorder/Panasonic
Computer/Dell/466/LE
Computer/Dell/466/LE
Computer/Dell/466/LE
Computer/Dell/466/LE
Computer/Dell/466/LE
Lift/Inacare
Computer/Power/Apple/5260
Computer/Dell/5133/GXM
Computer/Dell/5133/GXM
Computer/Dell/5133/GXM
Computer/Dell/5133/GXM
Computer/Dell/5133/GXM
Computer/Dell/5133/GXM
Computer/Dell/5133/GXM
Computer/Dell/5133/GXM
Computer/Dell/5133/GXM
Computer/Dell/5133/GXM
Computer/Dell/5100 GXL
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXIL
Monitor/Gateway/2000
Computer/Apple/Power Mac
Computer/Apple/Power Mac
Computer/Apple/Power Mac
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/GXi

Acquired
2/17/1995
2/17/1995
1/20/1995
9/1/1995
9/1/1995
9/1/1995
9/1/1995
9/1/1995
6/18/1996
7/29/1996
2/28/1997
1/31/1997
1/31/1997
1/31/1997
1/31/1997
2/28/1997
2/28/1997
2/28/1997
2/28/1997
2/28/1997
2/14/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
6/20/1997
8/15/1997
8/15/1997
8/1/1997
11/7/1997
11/7/1997
11/7/1997
9/26/1997
9/26/1997
5/23/1997
11/21/1997

Cost
1,623.00
1,623.00
1,099.00
1,693.00
1,693.00
1,693.00
1,693.00
1,693.00
1,500.00
1,699.00
1,441.00
1,441.00
1,441.00
1,441.00
1,441.00
1,441.00
1,441.00
1,441.00
1,441.00
1,441.00
1,851.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
1,663.00
3,135.00
1,899.00
1,118.00
1,699.00
1,699.00
1,699.00
1,917.00
1,917.00
1,850.00
2,029.00

DepreciationRemoval
Value
Reason / Comments
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale

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Retired Assets for Board Reporting
for Board Meeting 04/25/2006
RETIRED
Location
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Longwood Elementary
Longwood Elementary
Longwood Elementary
Longwood Elementary
Longwood Elementary
Longwood Elementary
Longwood Elementary
Longwood Elementary
Longwood Elementary
Longwood Elementary
Longwood Elementary
Longwood Elementary
Longwood Elementary
Longwood Elementary
Longwood Elementary
Longwood Elementary
Longwood Elementary
Longwood Elementary
Longwood Elementary
Lawton Elementary
Lawton Elementary
Lawton Elementary
Lawton Elementary

Asset ID
27470
27473
27474
27475
27476
27477
27478
27479
27480
27481
27482
28215
28216
28217
28218
28219
28220
28221
28222
28223
28225
28226
28227
28228
28229
28230
28231
28232
28233
28234
28285
28290
28298
28299

Description/Manufacturer/Model
Computer/Dell/GXi
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXA
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXA
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXA
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXA
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXA
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXA
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXA
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXA
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXA
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA

Acquired
11/21/1997
1/30/1998
1/30/1998
1/30/1998
1/30/1998
1/30/1998
1/30/1998
1/30/1998
1/30/1998
1/30/1998
1/30/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998
3/27/1998

Cost
2,029.00
2,085.00
2,085.00
2,085.00
2,085.00
2,085.00
2,085.00
2,085.00
2,085.00
2,085.00
2,085.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00
1,526.00

DepreciationRemoval
Value
Reason / Comments
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale

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Retired Assets for Board Reporting
for Board Meeting 04/25/2006
RETIRED
Location
Lawton Elementary
Oviedo High
Rock Lake Middle
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Lake Brantley High
Sanford Middle
Sanford Middle
Sanford Middle
Sanford Middle
Sanford Middle
Sanford Middle
Sanford Middle
Sanford Middle
Sanford Middle
Sanford Middle
Sanford Middle
Sanford Middle
Sanford Middle
Sanford Middle
Sanford Middle
Wekiva Elementary
Sanford Middle
Sanford Middle
Sanford Middle
Sanford Middle
Sanford Middle
Winter Springs High
Lake Howell High
Oviedo High
Lawton Elementary
Oviedo High
Rock Lake Middle
Information Services

Asset ID
28301
28483
28493
29204
29211
29218
29993
29995
30008
30949
30964
30985
30993
31003
31004
31213
31252
31253
31268
31292
31417
31624
32189
32196
32207
32208
32211
32245
32934
33084
33177
33733
33874
34457

Description/Manufacturer/Model
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Power/Apple/5400
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GXA
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Gateway/Destination
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Multi Gym/Pro Trainer
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Apple/G3
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex
Computer/Apple/M6709LL/A
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex

Acquired
3/27/1998
4/9/1998
3/27/1998
4/24/1998
4/24/1998
4/24/1998
7/31/1998
7/31/1998
8/27/1998
8/17/1998
8/17/1998
8/27/1998
8/17/1998
8/27/1998
8/27/1998
8/27/1998
8/27/1998
8/27/1998
8/17/1998
8/17/1998
7/29/1998
8/6/1998
8/17/1998
8/17/1998
8/17/1998
8/17/1998
8/17/1998
11/4/1998
1/19/1999
5/6/2002
12/7/1998
6/2/1999
12/18/1998
4/4/1999

Cost
1,526.00
2,688.00
1,499.00
1,491.00
1,491.00
1,491.00
1,479.00
1,479.00
1,417.00
1,417.00
1,417.00
1,417.00
1,417.00
1,417.00
1,417.00
1,417.00
1,417.00
1,417.00
1,417.00
1,417.00
2,213.00
1,430.00
1,467.00
1,381.00
1,381.00
1,467.00
1,417.00
4,041.88
1,670.00
1,200.00
1,686.00
1,160.00
1,199.00
1,330.00

DepreciationRemoval
Value
Reason / Comments
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
400.00 Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale

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Retired Assets for Board Reporting
for Board Meeting 04/25/2006
RETIRED
Location
Asset ID
Oviedo High
35098
Oviedo High
35778
Oviedo High
35779
Lawton Elementary
36104
Lawton Elementary
36488
Oviedo High
37313
Oviedo High
37314
Stenstrom Elementary
37468
Oviedo High
38459
Sanford Middle
38519
Information Services
38728
Rock Lake Middle
38733
Rock Lake Middle
38734
Rock Lake Middle
38735
Information Services
39463
Lawton Elementary
39728
South Seminole Middle
40655
Lawton Elementary
40799
Lawton Elementary
40801
Sanford Middle
43035
Rosenwald Exceptional Stud Cen
44783
Stenstrom Elementary
44974
Pine Crest Elementary
45030
Rock Lake Middle
46848
Rock Lake Middle
46851
Bear Lake Elementary
47964
Rock Lake Middle
55219
English Estates Elementary 100396
Crooms Academy
105667
Seminole High
109105
Oviedo High
110747
Oviedo High
119455
Oviedo High
119461
Oviedo High
119475

Description/Manufacturer/Model
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex
Computer/Dell/6500
Computer/Dell/410
Computer/Dell/OptiPlex GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/6450 P111 Workst
Computer/Dell/6450 P111 Workst
Scanner/Opscan
Computer/Dell/Precision 410
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer Imac/Apple/IMAC
Computer Imac/Apple/IMAC
Computer Imac/Apple/IMAC
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX100
Computer/Dell/GX1
Computer/Dell/GX100
Computer/Dell/GX100
Trifit Wellness/System 600
Computer/Dell/GX110
Computer/Hewlett Packard/Vectr
Computer/Hewlett Packard/Vectr
Computer Imac/Apple/IMAC
Computer Imac/Apple/IMAC
Copy Machine/Ricoh/MV310
Camcorder/Canon
Skillet Tilting/Cleveland
Mower Riding/Snapper
Lectern Floor/Oklahoma
Lathe/Spectra Light
Injection Molder/Honajector
Molding Machine/EMCO
Sewing Machine/Consew

Acquired
6/2/1999
7/27/1999
7/27/1999
8/2/1999
7/29/1999
8/24/1999
8/24/1999
10/1/1999
9/17/1999
11/19/1999
11/22/1999
2/2/2000
2/2/2000
2/2/2000
2/23/2000
3/8/2000
11/22/1999
4/20/2000
4/20/2000
3/23/2000
11/27/2000
6/30/2002
1/11/2001
5/21/2001
12/20/2000
7/17/2001
2/20/2003
11/4/1988
3/13/1989
3/9/1990
5/6/1988
5/15/1981
4/10/1981
8/31/1981

Cost
1,160.00
5,919.00
3,860.00
978.00
1,160.00
3,674.00
3,674.00
5,236.00
978.00
1,133.00
1,014.00
949.00
949.00
949.00
1,255.00
1,269.00
1,014.00
887.00
887.00
2,585.00
1,035.00
1,322.02
1,359.02
799.00
1,568.00
995.00
855.00
4,198.00
1,439.00
879.95
2,950.00
1,355.00
825.00
1,050.00

DepreciationRemoval
Value
Reason / Comments
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
86.25 Surplus - Public Sale
459.03 Surplus - Public Sale
151.00 Surplus - Public Sale
133.17 Surplus - Public Sale
152.44 Surplus - Public Sale
193.47 Surplus - Public Sale
391.87 Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale
Surplus - Public Sale

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Retired Assets for Board Reporting
for Board Meeting 04/25/2006
RETIRED
Location

Asset ID

Description/Manufacturer/Model

Acquired

152 items

Location Total

387 items

Grand Total

DepreciationRemoval
Cost
Value
Reason / Comments
--------------------------------------264,637.86
1,967.23
711,523.28
19,293.80
==============
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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SEMINOLE COUNTY

ACTION ITEM:

BUDGET AMENDMENTS 48 THROUGH 53

IV.J.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County approve Budget Amendment Numbers 48 through 53 as
presented.
2. Background/Analysis:
State Board of Education Rule 6A-1.006, requires that the School Board approve budget amendments
whenever the amounts in the budgetary accounts are changed from the original budget.
The budget amendments for each fund reflect the following types of activity:
New Revenues: These are included in order to budget revenues, which were not anticipated at the
time of the original budget. This category normally includes state and federal grants, insurance
recoveries, and other miscellaneous revenues.
Routine transfer of funds between budgeted accounts: These are transfers between accounts
made by the various cost centers. These are included in the budget amendments in order to comply
with the State Board of Education Rule requiring budget amendments for any changes in the function
and object amounts. This necessitates that budget amendments be made at the lowest line item level
of the budget. As a result, any change in the use of budgeted monies such as buying supplies, instead
of equipment requires a budget amendment.
Funds Appropriated from Fund Balance or Transfers to Fund Balance: These are transfers from
fund balance for specific program needs.
The Budget Amendments, Numbers 48 through 53, are summarized on the attached page(s).
3. Fiscal Impact:
a) New Revenue Budgeted.
b) Transfers are within budget allocations.
4. Prepared by:

John Pavelchak
Exec. Director of Finance and Budget
Rashmikant Khatri, Director of Budgeting

5. Board Meeting Date

04/25/06

Attachment(s): Budget Amendment Summary


Back-up not in agenda book: Resolutions & New Revenue
Documentation available in board office
Materials for signature: Resolutions

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The School Board of Seminole County


1.

Appropriate New Revenue As Follows:


General Fund Amendment 48
q Revenue Source:
U.S. Treasury (Rev 3191)
Use of Funds:
Appropriate funds for Lake Brantley High School
Air Force ROTC Program (Proj. 4104)

2,482.12

q Revenue Source:
Use of Funds:

Florida Department of Education (Rev 3390)


Appropriate funds for supplies for the Take Stock In
Children Program Proj. 4106

1,500.00

q Revenue Source:
Use of Funds:

Florida Department of Education (Rev 3322)


Adjustment of DOE CO&DS Book Entries

(3,930.15)

Special Revenue Amendment 49


q Revenue Source:
Florida Department of Education (Rev 3226)
Use of Funds:
Appropriate funds for Title II, Part A Teacher and
Principal Training Program Proj. 2651
Revenue Source:
Use of Funds:

Florida Department of Education (Rev 3227)


Reduce Safe & Drug Free Schools Entitlement
Estimated Budget To Actual Proj. 2636

Capital Outlay Amendment 50


q Revenue Source:
Insurance Loss Recovery (3740)
Use of Funds:
Reduce Insurance Loss Recovery for Hurricane
Projects
q Revenue Source:
Use of Funds:

2.

Sale of COPS (2006A) (Rev 3750)


Appropriate funds from Sale of COPS to purchase
buses.

435,223.22

(2,864.94)

(1,008,672.14)

3,200,000.00

Routine Transfer of Funds Between Budgeted Accounts: These transfers between accounts
made by the various cost centers. These are included in the budget amendments in order to comply
with the State Board of Education Rule requiring budget amendments for any changes in the function
and object amounts. This necessitates that budget amendments be made at the lowest line item
level of the budget. As a result, any changes in the use of budgeted monies such as buying supplies,
instead of equipment requires a budget amendment.

3.

Funds Appropriated from Fund Balance or Transfers to Fund Balance:


General Amendment 48
q Revenue Source:
Fund 100 General Fund Balance
Use of Funds:
Appropriate Additional Funds for Litigation/Contingency
Fund Proj. 4773
Appropriate Additional Funds for Transportation
Parts, Tires, and Oil and Grease
Appropriate Additional Funds for Natural Gas
Proj. 4237

$50,000.00
$

117,212.00

173,000.00

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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SEMINOLE COUNTY

ACTION ITEM:

BID OR REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL RECOMMENDATIONS

IV.K.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County approve the recommendations for bids or requests for
proposals listed below.
2. Background/Analysis:
Each board meeting the administration presents to the board for approval all bids, bid renewals or
extensions for products or services in excess of $25,000. All bids presented are the lowest bids that
meet advertised specifications and are made in accordance with Florida Board of Education rules and
district board polices unless otherwise noted. Approved bids will have purchase orders issued on as
needed basis.
ITEM
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

BID TITLE & NUMBER


Bid Award: Printer Repair & Maintenance, #102988
Bid Award: Science Equipment (Markham Woods MS), #102990
Bid Award: Smallwares for Crystal Lake ES & Markham Woods
MS, #102991
Bid Extension / Renewal: Ice Cream & Juice Bars, #102900
Bid Extension / Renewal: Vinyl Composition Tile & Vinyl Base,
#102940

AWARD AMOUNT ($)


Est. 25,000.
TBA
25,758.
Est. 110,900.
Est. 25,000.

3. Fiscal Impact:
The estimated total of the bids awarded is $ 186,658. Finance Department will determine that funds are
available before a purchase order is issued.
4. Prepared by:

John Pavelchak
5. Board Meeting Date:
Exec. Director of Finance & Budgeting
Barry G. Boyer, C.P.M.
Director, Purchasing and Distribution Services Department
Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: Executive Summaries/Tabulations
Materials for signature: None

4/25/06

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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SEMINOLE COUNTY

ACTION ITEM:

AUTHORIZATION TO PURCHASE

IV.L.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County approve the purchases listed below and any applicable
contracts/agreements that may be associated with the various purchases.
2. Background/Analysis:
ITEM
1.

DESCRIPTION
Music Furniture & Equipment for Markham Woods MS

AMOUNT ($)
58,047.

2.

Office Furniture for Crystal Lake ES

76,065.

3.

Office Furniture for Hagerty HS

80,107.

4.

Carpet / Vinyl Tile & Base for Heathrow ES

91,503.

5.

Hybrid Portable Classrooms (Various Schools)

6.

Scholastic Reading Materials

42,302.

7.

Playground Equipment for Crystal Lake ES

34,976.

8.

Media Center Books for Hagerty HS

50,000.

*9.

Change Order #1 to Purchase Order #2150663 (Agitech Solutions, Inc.)

76,800.

*10.

Consulting Services Agreement: SDW Information Systems, Inc.

88,400.

11.

Shelving & Equipment Storage for Markham Woods MS

25,719.

241,455.

3. Fiscal Impact:
The total of purchase orders presented is $ 865,374. The Finance Department has determined that
funds are available to cover the amount to be encumbered.
4. Prepared by:

5. Board Meeting Date:


John Pavelchak
Exec. Director of Finance & Budgeting
Barry G. Boyer, C.P.M.
Director, Purchasing and Distribution Services Department
Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: Executive Summaries
*Materials for signature: 2

4/25/06

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ACTION ITEM:

OVIEDO HIGH SCHOOL ADDITIONS & RENOVATIONS: PHASE


III CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

IV.M.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County approve the Phase III construction documents for additions
and renovations to Oviedo High School.
2. Background/Analysis:
The districts Ten Year Capital Improvement Plan identifies projects to be funded from the one-cent
infrastructure sales tax extension, and regular state and local capital funding sources. In the list,
renovations and additions to Oviedo High School (OHS) are slated to begin in the summer of 2006.
The construction will require multiple phases and will be completed by the summer of 2009.
Conceptual plans were reviewed with the board in a work session on December 13, 2005, and include:

Replacement of Building 2 (old classroom building) with a new 2-story classroom building
New kitchen and improvements to the existing cafeteria/commons area
Upgrades to Building 7 (practice gym & locker rooms)
Upgrades to Building 9 (auditorium) includes relocation of band, vocal, and drama suites to this building
Upgrades and/or replacement of applied tech facilities
New gym
Minor upgrades to buildings that will remain (HVAC, electrical, data, and interior finishes)
Various site improvements (including a new courtyard)

BRPH Architects have completed the plans for the project. At this time the Facilities Planning
Department requests that the school board approve the Phase III construction documents for Oviedo
High School. Based on board approval, the plans will be submitted to the DOE for review, and the
construction manager (SUITT/BE&K) will prepare a guaranteed maximum price (GMP) for the
proposed work. The Facilities Planning Department will present the final negotiated GMP to the board
on June 20, 2006. The estimated construction cost is $51.5M.

3. Fiscal Impact:
There is no fiscal impact to the district at this time.
4. Prepared by:

George Kosmac,
5. Board Meeting Date
Deputy Superintendent of Operations
Chris Boothe, Project Manager
Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: (Phase III construction documents available
in facilities planning for review)
Materials for signature: None

4/25/06

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ACTION ITEM:

OVIEDO HIGH SCHOOL ADDITION AND RENOVATIONS:


AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO THE CONSTRUCTION MANAGERS
CONTRACT

IV.N.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County approve Amendment No. 1 to the construction manager's
contract in the amount of $1,397,417 submitted by BEK/Suitt Construction Company, Inc. for Phase 1
of the Oviedo High School Additions and Renovations Project.
2. Background/Analysis:
The Districts Capital Improvement Plan identified the need for major facilities improvements at Oviedo
High School. The project was separated into four construction phases that are tied to funding and
consideration of on going school operations. Phase No. 1 includes the relocation of the portable
classrooms and power distribution lines, metal building structural components for the new auto shop,
miscellaneous site demolition, and temporary parking. In order to expedite construction and reduce
impact on the schools curriculum, this work is required prior to student return July 31, 2006 will
commence immediately upon board approval.
At this time, the Facilities Planning Department requests that the School Board accept the guaranteed
maximum price proposal submitted by BEK/Suitt Construction Company Inc., in the amount of
$1,397,417 for Phase 1 of the Oviedo High School project.

3. Fiscal Impact: The fiscal impact to the district associated with this action is $1,397,417.
Funding sources: 380/7400/4633/9009/8660

4. Prepared by:

George Kosmac
5. Board Meeting Date
Deputy Superintendent of Operations
Jay Taylor, Supervisor of Construction
Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: Amendment No. 1 & proposal dated
04/04/06
Materials for Signature: 3 Amendment No. 1 w/proposal for signature

4/25/06

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ACTION ITEM:

MARKHAM WOODS MIDDLE SCHOOL PROJECT:


CHANGE ORDER NO. 10

IV.O.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County approve Change Order No. 10 in the net additive amount of $51,896
for the Markham Woods Middle School project.
2. Background/Analysis:
Change Order No. 10 in the net additive amount of $51,896 modifies the boards contract with Mark Construction
Company to address items that will improve the operational use of the facility. The revised contract amount of
$16,207,552.92 is increased to $16,259,448.92. The Change Order breakdown of costs has been reviewed by
the Architect and the Facilities Planning staff and is recommended for approval.

Original Contract Amount:


Change Order No. 1:
Change Order No. 2:
Change Order No. 3:
Change Order No. 4:
Change Order No. 5:
Change Order No. 6:
Change Order No. 7:
Change Order No. 8:
Change Order No. 9:
Change Order No. 10:
Revised Contract Amount:

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

Contract Summary
23,108,000.00 Direct Purchases
(2,309,966.40) $
(2,203,593.89)
14,932.00 $
(3,102,416.37) $
(2,959,223.64)
19,353.00 $
(1,198,729.19) $
(1,150,584.71)
48,498.00 $
19,585.00 $
(423,230.12) $
(417,033.51)
31,527.00 $
51,896.00 $
-

Change Items
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

16,259,448.92 $
(6,730,435.75) $
Tax Savings Summary
318,755.33
(Amount Credited in GMP Proposal)

Tax Savings To Date:


Amount Previously Credited:

$
$

Total Project Tax Savings:

Revised Contract Amount:


Total Direct Purchase Cost: (+)

$
$

318,755.33
Project Cost Summary
16,259,448.92
6,730,435.75

Total Project Cost To Date:

22,989,884.67

14,932.00
19,353.00
378.00
48,498.00
19,585.00
14,471.00
31,527.00
51,896.00
200,640.00

Sales Tax Savings


$
(106,372.51)
$
$
(143,192.73)
$
$
(48,522.48)
$
$
$
(20,667.61)
$
$
$

(318,755.33)

% Changes: 0.87%

Previous District Total Tax Savings : $


Tax Savings This Change: $

5,842,375.95
-

District Total Tax Savings To Date (After Change Order): $

5,842,375.95

3. Fiscal Impact: The fiscal impact of this action is $51,896 and is within the project budget. Funding Source:
380/7400/4633/9009/8310

4. Prepared by:

George Kosmac
5. Board Meeting Date
Deputy Superintendent Operations
Jay A Taylor, Supervisor of Construction
Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: Change Order No. 10
Materials for signature: Change Order No. 10 (5 originals for signature)

04/25/06

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ACTION ITEM:

RECOMMENDED OPENING/CLOSING TIMES FOR THE


2006-2007 SCHOOL YEAR

IV.P.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County approve the attached list of recommended school opening
and closing times for the 2006-2007 school year.

2. Background/Analysis:
Attached is the list of proposed school opening/closing times for school year 2006-2007. Crystal Lake
Elementary School will be coming on line with an opening and closing time of 8:35 a.m. and 3:05 p.m.
Markham Woods Middle School will be entering into its inaugural year with times of 9:20 a.m. and 3:55
p.m. No other changes to the current schedule are proposed.

3. Fiscal Impact:
There is no fiscal impact for the District at this time.
4. Prepared by:

George Kosmac
5. Board Meeting Date
Deputy Superintendent/Operations
Kenneth Lewis, Director of Transportation Services
Attachment(s): School Opening/Closing Times
Back-up not in yellow book: None
Materials for Signature: None

4/25/06

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SEMINOLE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS


TRANSPORTATION SERVICES
OPENING AND CLOSING TIMES
SCHOOL

2006-2007
OPENING

2006-2007
CLOSING

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
ALTAMONTE
BEAR LAKE
BENTLEY
CARILLON
CASSELBERRY
CRYSTAL LAKE
EASTBROOK
ENGLISH ESTATES
EVANS
FOREST CITY
GENEVA
GOLDSBORO
HAMILTON
HEATHROW
HIGHLANDS
IDYLLWILDE
KEETH
LAKE MARY
LAKE ORIENTA
LAWTON
LAYER
LONGWOOD
MIDWAY
PARTIN
PINE CREST
RAINBOW
RED BUG
SABAL POINT
SPRING LAKE
STENSTROM
STERLING PARK
WALKER
WEKIVA
WICKLOW
WILSON
WINTER SPRINGS
WOODLANDS

8:35
8:35
8:35
8:35
8:35
8:35
8:35
8:35
8:35
8:35
8:35
9:15
8:25
7:50
8:35
8:25
7:50
8:35
8:35
8:35
8:35
8:35
8:35
8:35
7:50
8:35
7:50
8:35
7:50
8:35
8:35
8:35
8:35
8:35
7:50
8:35
8:35

3:05
3:05
3:05
3:05
3:05
3:05
3:05
3:05
3:05
3:05
3:05
3:45
2:55
2:20
3:05
2:55
2:20
3:05
3:05
3:05
3:05
3:05
3:05
3:05
2:20
3:05
2:20
3:05
2:20
3:05
3:05
3:05
3:05
3:05
2:20
3:05
3:05

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SCHOOL

2006-2007
OPENING

2006-2007
CLOSING

MIDDLE SCHOOLS
CHILES
GREENWOOD LAKES
INDIAN TRAILS
JACKSON HEIGHTS
MARKHAM WOODS
MILLENNIUM
MILWEE
ROCK LAKE
SANFORD
SOUTH SEMINOLE
TEAGUE
TUSKAWILLA
RAYS OF HOPE (Charter)

SCHOOL

9:20
9:20
9:20
9:20
9:20
9:20
9:20
9:20
9:20
9:20
9:20
9:20
9:40
2006-2007
OPENING

3:55
3:55
3:55
3:55
3:55
3:55
3:55
3:55
3:55
3:55
3:55
3:55
4:10
2006-2007
CLOSING

HIGH SCHOOLS
CROOMS
HAGERTY
LAKE BRANTLEY
LAKE HOWELL
LAKE MARY
LYMAN
OVIEDO
QUEST
SEMINOLE
WINTER SPRINGS

7:20
7:15
7:15
7:20
7:20
7:14
7:20
9:30
7:10
7:20

2:23
2:20
2:20
2:20
2:20
2:23
2:20
4:25
2:10
2:20

7:15
7:45

1:15
1:45

7:50
1:35

1:35
7:30

ESE CENTERS
ROSENWALD
HOPPER CENTER

ACS (EXCEL)
TRACK I
TRACK II

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ACTION ITEM:

FIELD TRIP REQUEST

IV.Q.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County approve student attendance for the field trips listed below.
2. Background/Analysis:
Mr. Frank Casillo, Principal of Lyman High School, recommends that eight Lyman High School
Distributive Clubs of America (DECA) members be allowed to attend the International DECA Career
Development Conference in Dallas, Texas, April 29 May 2, 2006. Students will depart on April 28,
2006, and return on May 3, 2006.
Ms. Mary Williams, Principal of Lake Brantley High School, recommends that 12 Lake Brantley High
School students be allowed to attend the International Science Engineering Fair in Indianapolis,
Indiana, May 7-13, 2006. Students will depart on May 7, 2006, and return on May 13, 2006.
Dr. Michael Blasewitz, Principal of Winter Springs High School, recommends that four Winter Springs
High School yearbook staff members be allowed to attend an intensive technology workshop for
yearbooks in Seaside, Florida, April 26-29, 2006. Students will depart on April 26, 2006, and return on
April 29, 2006.
Mr. Walt Griffin, Principal of Seminole High School, recommends that six Seminole High School junior
class council members be allowed to attend a leadership exercise in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, on May
6-7, 2006. Students will depart on May 6, 2006, and return on May 7, 2006.
Mr. Walt Griffin, Principal of Seminole High School, recommends that four Seminole High School
Weightlifting team members be allowed to participate the state weightlifting meet in Gainesville,
Florida, April 21-22, 2006. Students will depart on April 21, 2006, and return on April 22, 2006.

3. Fiscal Impact:
There is no fiscal impact to the District associated with this action.

4. Prepared by:

Raymond L. Gaines
Exec. Director of Secondary Education

5. Board Meeting Date

4/25/06

Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: None

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ACTION ITEM:

TOBACCO PREVENTION & INTERVENTION TEACHER


TRAINING GRANT

IV.R.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County approve submission of the Tobacco Prevention &
Intervention Teacher Training Grant application.
2. Background/Analysis:
The Florida Department of Education has announced a grant competition that provides funds for
tobacco prevention education. The district is applying for a second year of funding to expand and
enhance teacher training in strategies and methodologies that support the following proven programs:
Towards No Tobacco (TNT) and Ascent (a smoking cessation program for youth). In addition, the
Discovery Health Education program (a proven program) will be implemented at the high school level.
Training will be offered to teachers, DARE and GREAT officers, and SROs. The majority of training will
be provided during after school hours and during the summer. The TNT training is approximately 12
hours (offered over two days) and the Ascent and Discovery trainings are approximately 6 hours per
training (offered during one day sessions). The programs will be implemented in DARE, GREAT, and
th
th
Life Management Skills classes in 5 through 9 grade across the district.
A copy of the grant application is available in Jeanne Farmers office.

3. Fiscal Impact:
If awarded, this grant will bring approximately $46,000 to the district.
4. Prepared by:

Dr. Anna-Marie Cote


5. Board Meeting Date
Exec. Director of Instructional Excellence & Equity
Jeanne Farmer, Coordinator, Resource Development

4/25/06

Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: None
Materials for signature: None

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ACTION ITEM:

MEDICAID ADMINISTRATIVE CLAIMING INFORMATION

IV.S.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County approve the revised fees for having Seminole County
Public Schools continue as the data manager to support the 45 Florida school districts using the
Medicaid Administrative Claiming System (MACS).
2. Background/Analysis:
January 6, 1997, Seminole County Public Schools was awarded a grant for $65,000.00 from the
Department of Education to develop a Comprehensive Statewide Medical documentation tracking and
billing system. The new system would offer Florida school districts the ability to bill for Medicaid
services without the necessity for a consulting firm. The Medicaid Administrative Claiming System
(MACS) was piloted from October 2001 to December 2001 with fifteen Florida school districts.
The Department of Education, in March of 2002, requested application from districts willing to be the
billing agent for MACS. On May 21, 2002, the SCPS School Board agreed to have Seminole County
Public Schools become the data manager for 15 school districts. Seminole County Public Schools
would receive approximately $20,000.00 to process the data forms.
Paul Hagerty, superintendent of Seminole County Public Schools, was contacted by Hillsborough
County Schools superintendent on January, 2003. Hillsborough requested to join the Seminole County
MACS Consortium along with the other 15 districts. Hillsboroughs request was based on the fact that
their consulting billing firm for administrative claim left the state of Florida on March 2003. Seminole
County School Board on May 17, 2003, approved the agreement for Hillsborough County to join the
Seminole County MACS Consortium for a fee of $20,000.00.
On May 13, 2003, Seminole County School Board approved the change in fees for the Consortium
from $1.00 to $3.00 per form. All 45 districts within the MACS Consortium signed the fee increase
agreement. The increase was required to meet changes in expenses. Seminole County Public
Schools generated $46,935.00 through this increase.
A review of the cost incurred from the past two years indicate that Seminole County Public Schools
should be charging $6.00 per form to operate this service for the 2006-07 school year. The fees
include increase cost of materials, printing, postage, paper and technology support. This new fee
structure will generate an additional $23,256.00 for the district.
3. Fiscal Impact:
There is no fiscal impact to the District at this time.
4. Prepared by:

Tom McDowell
5. Board Meeting Date
Executive Director of Exceptional Student Support Services
Attachment(s): none
Back-up not in agenda book: Medicaid Administrative Claiming Chart
Contract Agreement
Random Moment Sample Questionnaire
Materials for signature: None

4-25-06

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ACTION ITEM:

2006-2009 DISTRICT TECHNOLOGY PLAN ACCEPTANCE

IV.T.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County accept the 2006-2009 District Technology Plan as
presented.
2. Background/Analysis:
Recognizing that technology and its applications in education are ever-changing, major revisions to
District Technology Plans are essential. The District Technology Committee confirmed, with one minor
change, the goals that were developed in 2001. However, sub-goals and objectives were developed to
reflect the current and future technology needs of the district. The format of the plan was changed to
ensure that the states eleven essential components of district technology plans were addressed and
easily discernable. In a work session on April 11, 2006 a Board Member requested clarification to
Section 10, E-Rate Planning Criteria, which has since been incorporated into the proposed District
Technology Plan.
This new plan has been reviewed and accepted by the District Technology Planning Committee.
Members of the 2006-2007 District Technology Planning Committee are as follows:
Gene Anderson
Carol Andrews
Peggy Aycock
Diane Bauer
Gary Becker
Kathy Brosch
Dr. Beverly Broughton
Gary Bungart
Tom Carroll
Dr. Carol Chanter
Dr. Michelle Clopton
Dr. Anna-Marie Cote
Robert Curran
John Davis

Po Dickison
Paul Duren
Jeanne Farmer
Tim Harper
Hugh Harris
Valena Harsh
Michelle Haug
Kristen Janke
Nancy Jardon
Dr. Sallie Jenkins
Teresa Jickell
Boyd Karns
Patrick Kelly
Regina Klaers
Carl Knuelle

Dr. Ann Kohler


George Kosmac
Diane Lewis
Barbara McCaskill
Bill Quirk
John Reichert
Leslie Reilly
Kathy Rhodus
Claire Robinson
Ines Schmook
Gloria Staats
Scott Stegall
John Tracy
Debbie Warner
Karen Weaver

3. Fiscal Impact:
There is no fiscal impact to the District associated with this action with the exception of expenditures
made pursuant to budgets approved for the life cycle of the plan.

4. Prepared by:

5. Board Meeting Date


John Tracy, CIO
Ann Kohler, Technology Implementation Manager
Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: 2006-2009 District Technology Plan
Materials for signature: Technology Plan Submission Document

4-25-06

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ACTION ITEM:

POLICY 5.375, STUDENT ATTENDANCE (HIGH SCHOOL)

VIII.A.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County adopt Policy 5.375, Student Attendance (High School).
2. Background/Analysis:
The proposed policy was presented to the Board as an information item on February 7, 2006. The
Board granted permission to advertise on March 7, 2006. A legal advertisement ran in the Orlando
Sentinel March 12, 2006. The Board solicited public input and preliminarily approved the proposed
policy on April 11, 2006. It is now appropriate to adopt the policy.

3. Fiscal Impact:
There is no fiscal impact to the District associated with this action.

4. Prepared by:

Raymond L. Gaines
Exec. Director of Secondary Education

5. Board Meeting Date

4/25/06

Attachment(s): Policy 5.375


Back-up not in agenda book: None

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CHAPTER 5.00 STUDENTS

STUDENT ATTENDANCE (HIGH SCHOOL)

5.375

Philosophy
High school teachers and administrators of Seminole County Public Schools recognize
that regular attendance provides students with the opportunities necessary to meet
course goals and objectives. Many integral activities, including class discussions,
laboratory experiments, field trips and guest speakers, cannot be simulated or
replicated with bookwork. Therefore, with the goal of promoting student success,
Seminole County Public Schools has adopted a uniform high school attendance policy.
It is our intent to encourage honest, accurate, and consistent adherence to this policy
by all of our students, parents, teachers and administrators.
I.

II.

III.

Compulsory Attendance Requirement


A.

Pursuant to 1003.21, F.S., a high school student enrolled in Seminole


County Public Schools who is under the age of sixteen (16) is required to
attend school regularly.

B.

A student who attains the age of sixteen (16) years during the school year
is subject to the compulsory school attendance beyond the date upon
which he or she attains that age unless the student files a formal
declaration of intent to terminate school enrollment with the school. The
formal declaration must meet the requirements of 1003.21(3), F.S.

Class Attendance Defined


A.

For purpose of this policy, class attendance is defined as the student


being present and in class for ninety percent (90%) of an assigned class
period.

B.

The teacher shall maintain the official record of attendance by class


period of instruction.

Excused Absences
A.

The principal of the school has the authority to grant permission for a
student to be absent from school.

B.

The parent, as defined by Florida Statutes, is required to provide to the


schools attendance office documentation justifying their child's
absence(s) from school whenever such an absence occurs.

EMCS

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1.

2.

C.

IV.

V.

After an absence, immediately upon return to school but no later


than five (5) school days following an absence, parents must
provide the school with documentation indicating that one of the
following has occurred if they wish absence(s) to be excused:
a.

Medical treatment by a licensed physician;

b.

Observance of a religious holiday;

c.

Law enforcement order or court subpoena requiring the


students attendance;

d.

Death of a family member;

e.

Natural disaster;

f.

Other circumstances approved by the principal.

Should the principal or person in charge of school reasonably


suspect an abuse of any of the above provisions, he/she may
require additional documentation as a condition for declaring the
student's absence excused.

A student will be considered to be in attendance when participating in an


approved school activity or when, with principal permission, he/she is
attending to school-related business.

Unexcused Absences
A.

Absence from class for any reason other than those enumerated in
section III.B.1. shall be considered unexcused.

B.

Notification will be provided to the parent regarding each absence via the
school phone notification system or email. Written notification will be
provided to the parent via U.S. mail upon the 5th and 10th unexcused
absence per semester.

Guidelines for Make-up Work


A.

EMCS

A student who is absent is required to make up all coursework missed,


regardless of whether the absence is excused or unexcused. It is the
students responsibility to obtain assignments upon returning to class
immediately following an absence.

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CHAPTER 5.00 STUDENTS

VI.

B.

The student shall have the number of days they were absent to complete
and hand in make-up work for credit. Specific arrangements, which will
be final, must be made with the students teacher(s).

C.

Unless exempted from this requirement by the principal or principal's


designee, assignments given by the teacher at least one (1) week (five
school days) in advance of a student's absence will be due by the
assigned date. An assignment turned in after the due date will be graded
by the teacher. When the quantitative/qualitative grade has been
determined by the teacher, it will be reduced by one letter grade for every
day the assignment was turned in late.

High School Credit


A.

One (1) full credit for high school graduation is defined as two semesters
of seventy-five (75) hours each of instruction (with the exception of
summer school) in a designated course which contains student
performance standards or the equivalent of six (6) semester hours of
college credit.

B.

A full credit for any high school on a 4X4 block is defined as a semester of
one hundred twenty (120) hours of instruction in a designated course
which contains student performance standards.

C.

Students must be enrolled and in attendance for a minimum of ninety


percent (90%) of the days per semester to receive credit. Excused
absences, as determined by the District School Board policy and carried
out by the secondary school principal, shall not be counted against
minimum requirement.

D.

Any student who has been enrolled but not in attendance for instruction
for a minimum of ninety percent (90%) of the class meeting days may not
be awarded credit unless the student has demonstrated mastery of the
student performance standards in the course of study by doing all of the
following:

EMCS

1.

All make-up work must have been satisfactorily completed (section


V).

2.

If and when missed work is made up, the student qualifies to take a
comprehensive final exam at the end of the course.

3.

The student must have a passing average to qualify to take the


comprehensive exam.

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4.

The student must pass the comprehensive final exam.

5.

If required, make-up time or attendance contracts must be


completed.

The comprehensive final examination may not necessarily be the same final
examination as that given to the class as a whole.
VII.

Attendance Requirement for Driving Privilege


A.

B.

EMCS

Pursuant to 1003.21(3), F.S., any student between fourteen (14) and


eighteen (18) years of age who accumulates fifteen (15) unexcused
absences in any ninety (90) calendar day period is ineligible to obtain or
retain driving privileges unless that minor
1.

is enrolled in public school, nonpublic school, or home education


program and satisfies relevant attendance requirements;

2.

has received a high school diploma, high school equivalency


diploma, special diploma, or certificate of high school completion;

3.

is enrolled in a study course in preparation for test of General


Education Development and meets relevant attendance
requirements;

4.

is enrolled in other educational activities approved by School Board


and satisfies relevant attendance requirements;

5.

has been issued a certificate of exemption according to 1003.24(3),


F.S.; or

6.

has received a hardship waiver, pursuant to 322.091, F.S.

The school principal or his/her designee shall provide to The Department


of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles the name, sex, date of birth and
social security number of each minor student who has accumulated fifteen
(15) unexcused absences in a period of ninety (90) days unless the
student meets the criteria set forth in VI.A.

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CHAPTER 5.00 STUDENTS


STATUTORY AUTHORITY:

LAW(S) IMPLEMENTED:

1001.41, 1001.42, F.S.

984.03, 984.151, 1000.21, 1003.21, 1003.23,


1003.24, 1003.26, 1003.27, F.S.

HISTORY:

EMCS

ADOPTED: _______
REVISION DATE(S): _______
FORMERLY: NEW

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ACTION ITEM:

POLICY 5.71, DIRECTORY INFORMATION


ADOPTION OF PROPOSED REVISIONS

VIII.B.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County adopt revised Policy 5.71, Directory Information.
2. Background/Analysis:
The Board solicited public input and preliminarily approved the proposed revisions on April 11, 2006.
The policy has been revised for the purpose of conforming the policy to state law ( 1002.22, Fla.
Stat.), and rules of the State Board of Education. It is now appropriate to adopt the revised policy.

3. Fiscal Impact:
There is no fiscal impact to the District at this time.

4. Prepared by:

5. Board Meeting Date


Ned N. Julian, Jr., Esq.
Exec. Director of Legal Services and Risk Management

4-25-06

Attachment(s): Proposed Policy


Back-up not in agenda book: None
Materials for signature: None

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CHAPTER 5.00 STUDENTS

DIRECTORY INFORMATION

5.71

The School Board of Seminole County, Florida reserves the right to release Directory
Information without obtaining prior permission from a students parent(s) or adult
student for itself and any school or administrative department of the School Board. A
students parent(s) or an adult student, however, may notify the School Board that
directory information concerning the student shall not be released. Such notification
shall be in writing and filed annually with the principal of the students school.
I.

II.

Directory information consists of the following data about a student:


A.

students name;

B.

address;

C.

date and place of birth;

D.

telephone number if listed;

E.

weight and height of members of athletic teams;

F.

degrees, honors, and awards received;

G.

the most recent educational agency or institution attended;

H.

participation in officially recognized activities and sports; and

I.

major field of study.

Examples of where directory information may be published by the School Board,


any school, or any administrative department of the School Board include
A.

a playbill showing a students role in a drama production;

B.

honor roll or recognition lists;

C.

graduation programs;

D.

sports activity programs or releases, such as for football, showing weight


and height, position played, photographs of team members, and like
information;

E.

news media release;

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III.

F.

class, school, or District websites;

G.

school newspaper;

H.

school daily newscast; or

I.

similar publications.

Directory information will only be released upon request to


A.

Law enforcement agencies, both state and federal (official request only);

B.

U.S. Armed Forces recruiting officials (secondary students only as


required by federal law; limited to name, address and telephone listing);

C.

College and university recruiters; and

D.

Yearbook publishers, school ring vendors and school photograph vendors


as selected by each school.

IV.

Directory information will not, however, be released to any governmental agency


(law enforcement and military recruiting officials excepted), third party, or
commercial vendor when a students parent(s) or adult student has given notice
of nonconsent as provided for herein above.

V.

Directory information will not be released to any military recruiter upon receipt of
written objection to such release from a students parent or an adult student by
the administration of a students school.

VI.

Directory information will not be published by the School Board, any District
school or any administrative department of the School Board upon receipt of
written objection to release of directory information from a students parent or
adult student by the administration of a students school.

VII.

The School Board shall provide annual written notice by publication of this policy
in the Student Conduct and Discipline Code, which is published and distributed
annually.

VIII.

All requests for directory information shall be referred to the Information Services
Supervisor, Seminole County Public Schools, Educational Support Center or the
person designated at each school or cost center for processing.

STATUTORY AUTHORITY:

EMCS

1001.41, 1001.43, F.S.

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LAW(S) IMPLEMENTED:

1002.22, F.S.
SECTION 9528 OF THE ESEA (20 USC 7908),
AS AMENDED BY THE NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT OF 2001
(P.L. 107 110)

HISTORY:

EMCS

ADOPTED: 07/19/05
REVISION DATE(S): _______
FORMERLY: JO

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ACTION ITEM:

POLICY MANUAL UPDATE


MARCH, 2006

IX.A.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County approve the revisions to the policies listed below.
2. Background/Analysis:
The consultant is recommending non-substantive grammatical corrections and corrections to various
statutory citations in the policies below:

Policy 2.23, School Board Rules


Policy 2.95, Wellness Program
Policy 3.30, Performance Grade Schools
Policy 3.40, Safe and Secure Schools
Policy 3.80, School Volunteers
Policy 5.16, Admission to Kindergarten
Policy 5.62, Administering Student Medication
Policy 6.174, Educational Paraprofessional and Assistants
Policy 6.27, District Certificates
Policy 6.53, Suspension and Dismissal of Nonbargaining Employees
Policy 6.65, Alcohol and Drug-Free Workplace
Policy 6.67, Transportation Employee Drug and Alcohol Testing
Policy 6.743, Use of Sick Leave by Family Members
Policy 6.745, Illness-or-Injury-in-the-Line-of-Duty Leave
Policy 6.92, Name and Address of Employees
Policy 7.35, Indebtedness Created Against a School or the School Board
Policy 7.70, Purchasing
Policy 8.95, Records Retention and Disposal

The proposed revisions are detailed in a spreadsheet provided in the Boards backup package.

3. Fiscal Impact:
There is no fiscal impact to the District at this time.

4. Prepared by:

Ned Julian
Exec. Director of Legal Services/Risk

5. Board Meeting Date

4/25/06

Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: Dbase describing revisions & Proposed
revised policies
Materials for signature: None

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INFORMATION ITEM:

DISTRICT PARENT CLIMATE SURVEY RESULTS


2005-2006

X.A.
Item Number

Parent climate surveys were distributed to all schools in October 2005 and sent home for feedback.
District results were calculated after all schools returned their surveys for scoring. Over 20,000 parent
surveys were returned this year. The report that follows provides the cumulative percent of parents
that either strongly agreed and agreed with a statement or strongly disagreed or disagreed with each
item on the survey.
This information, along with individual school results and additional summary analysis, will be
forwarded to each principal to share with their faculty and staff, as well as their School Advisory
Council and Parent Teacher Association.

2. Prepared by:

3. Board Meeting Date


Dr. Ron Pinnell
Exec. Director of Secondary Education-Middle Schools

4/25/06

Attachment(s): District Parent Climate Survey Results 2005-2006


Back-up not in agenda book: None

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Parent Climate Survey


District Results for All Schools
2005 2006
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.

18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.

My child enjoys going to this school.


Agree = 95%
Disagree = 5%
A positive atmosphere exists at this school.
Agree = 94%
Disagree = 6%
Parents feel welcome at this school.
Agree = 95%
Disagree = 5%
Parent suggestions for school improvement are welcomed at this school.
Agree = 91%
Disagree = 9%
I have been encouraged to participate in school activities like the PTA
Agree = 91%
Disagree = 9%
Students with different cultural backgrounds get along with one another at school.
Agree =91%
Disagree = 9%
Students demonstrate personal respect for each other at this school.
Agree = 85%
Disagree = 15%
Students are disciplined when they violate the Student Code of Conduct.
Agree = 94%
Disagree = 6%
My child feels safe at this school.
Agree = 95%
Disagree = 5%
My childs possessions are safe at school.
Agree = 85%
Disagree = 15%
I feel safe in coming to this school at night to attend meetings, special events
Agree = 97%
Disagree = 3%
The teachers and administrators at this school respect social and cultural diversity.
Agree = 96%
Disagree = 4%
The teachers and administrators at this school promote academic excellence.
Agree = 97%
Disagree = 3%
Doing what is best for students is the primary concern of the entire staff of this school.
Agree = 92%
Disagree = 8%
Students are recognized and rewarded for their effort and achievements.
Agree = 95%
Disagree = 5%
My child feels comfortable in asking for help or assistance from his/her teachers.
Agree = 91%
Disagree= 9%
I feel comfortable contacting my childs teacher(s) to obtain additional information concerning
his/her academic progress.
Agree = 96%
Disagree = 4%
I am kept adequately informed of the academic performance of my child.
Agree = 92%
Disagree = 8%
The school uses a variety of ways to communicate with parents
Agree = 95%
Disagree = 5%
The school building and campus are clean, neat, and in good repair.
Agree = 91%
Disagree = 9%
The counselors at this school are readily available to assist students or parents.
Agree = 92%
Disagree = 8%
The administrators of this school listen to the concerns of students.
Agree = 91%
Disagree = 9%
This school operates in a professional and business-like manner.
Agree = 95%
Disagree = 5%
The principal of this school is an effective leader.
Agree = 95%
Disagree = 5%
The overall quality of education my child receives at this school is good.
Agree = 97%
Disagree = 3%

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INFORMATION ITEM:

CHOICES MAGNET AND CLUSTER SCHOOLS


2006-07 APPLICATION TIMELINE

X.B.
Item Number

The Choices Magnet and Cluster Schools 2006-2007 Application Timeline includes the primary dates for
applying for positions in the elementary, middle, and high school magnet and choice schools/programs.
This calendar is provided early for the purpose of allowing families to plan ahead for school choices.
CHOICES MAGNET AND CLUSTER SCHOOLS
2006-2007 Application Timeline
MIDDLE SCHOOL/HIGH SCHOOL
MAGNET/CHOICE SCHOOLS

GOLDSBORO/CLUSTER ELEMENTARY
SCHOOLS

FALL 2006

WINTER/SPRING 2007

10/01/06
through
12/01/06

10/19/06

Middle and High School Application


Period
High School Magnet and Choice
Programs Meeting
General Information Sessions
School/Program Exhibits

01/03/07
through
02/28/07

Goldsboro(GEMS) / NE & NW
Cluster Application Period
Parent Information Session
7:00 PM - 7:30 PM

5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Breakout Sessions / NE Cluster,


NW Cluster, and GEMS
7:30 PM 8:30 PM

Educational Support Center

Educational Support Center

01/18/07

01/05/07

Selection letters mailed to notify parents


of school/program assignment

01/25/07

Kindergarten Round-up
7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Educational Support Center

01/19/07

Acceptance confirmation due to Choices


Department

03/20/07

Selection letters mailed to notify


parents of school assignment

04/03/07

GEMS acceptance confirmation


due to Choices Department

04/09/07

First date for cluster schools to


schedule site-based K enrollment

2. Prepared by:

Dr. Anna-Marie Cote


3. Board Meeting Date
Exec. Director, Instructional Excellence and Equity
Leslie Reilly
Coordinator, Choices Department
Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: None

04-25-06

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INFORMATION ITEM:

POLICY 5.40, STUDENT CONTROL


PROPOSED REVISIONS

X.C.
Item Number

The proposed revisions to Policy 5.40, Student Control were presented to the Board on April 11, 2006.
Based on discussion during that meeting, the language in Paragraph III has been clarified. The policy
is scheduled for public input and adoption on May 23, 2006.

2. Prepared by:

3. Board Meeting Date


Ned Julian
Exec. Director of Legal Services/Risk Management

4/25/06

Attachment(s): Proposed revised policy


Back-up not in agenda book: None

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CHAPTER 5.00 STUDENTS

STUDENT CONTROL

5.40+

All students enrolled in school shall be subject to the laws, regulations of the State
Board of Education, the rules and policies of the School Board and the Student
Conduct and Discipline Code and shall be under the control and direction of the
principal or designee during the time they are transported to or from school at public
expense, during the time they are attending school or a school-sponsored activity, and
during the time they are on School Board premises for school attendance and
authorized activities.
I.

The principal or the principals designated representative shall see that students
are properly supervised while at school and during any school-sponsored
activity.

II.

The teacher, other members of the instructional staff or bus driver shall assume
such authority for the control and supervision of students as may be assigned by
the principal or the principals designated representative and shall keep good
order in the classroom or other places where in charge of students.
A.

No student may be suspended from school, from school bus


transportation or from class, nor may corporal punishment be
administered except as provided by law and the policies of the Board.
Corporal punishment may not be used under any circumstances in
Seminole County Public Schools.

B.

No student shall be suspended for unexcused absence, tardiness, or


truancy unless otherwise provided in the Student Conduct and Discipline
Code.

III.

This policy shall not apply to students while they are being transported to or from
school by private citizens. vehicles under the provisions of Florida Statutes apply
to students while they are being transported by private vehicle as permitted by
law and School Board policy 8.41.

IV.

The Student Conduct and Discipline Code for elementary, middle, high school
and postsecondary schools are hereby incorporated by reference and made a
part of this rule. The Student Conduct and Discipline Code and any revisions
shall be approved and adopted by the School Board. The Student Conduct and
Discipline Code shall

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A.

Be developed by School Board members, appropriate grade level


teachers, school personnel, school administrators, students, and parent
organizations.

B.

State grounds for disciplinary action procedures and the rights of


students.

C.

Be distributed to all teachers, school personnel, students, and students


parent(s) or legal guardian(s) at the beginning of each school year.

D.

Be filed in the Superintendents office.

V.

The Student Conduct and Discipline Code shall be discussed with students,
school advisory councils, and parent/teacher associations at the beginning of
each year.

VI.

Any School Board decision which conflicts with provisions in the Student
Conduct and Discipline Code shall prevail until revisions are adopted.

VII.

The principal shall use the Student Conduct and Discipline Code to familiarize
students with School Board rules relating to students rights, responsibilities, and
conduct at the beginning of each school year and whenever he/she deems it
necessary.

STATUTORY AUTHORITY:

1001.41, 1001.42, F.S.

LAW(S) IMPLEMENTED:

120.57(1), 1001.43, 1003.04, 1003.21,


1003.31, 1003.32, 1006.07, 1006.08,
1006.09, 1006.10, 1006.13, F.S.

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION RULE(S):

HISTORY:

EMCS
Revised: 09/25/05

6A-1.0404

ADOPTED: 07/19/05
REVISION DATE(S): _______
FORMERLY: GCPD

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INFORMATION ITEM:

IMMUNIZATION

X.D.
Item Number

Each school year on October 1st, the State Department of Health in collaboration with the Department of
Education electronically receives student immunization compliance data for grades K and 7.
The results were recently made available. Seminole County Public Schools again received an excellent
rating for each grade, well above the state average.
Kindergarten results indicated a compliance rate of 97.8% for students being fully immunized. The state
average rate was 94.1%. Comparisons to nearby counties or similar counties with a Kindergarten census
of 3500-5000 students are as follows:
Brevard
Lake
Lee
Orange
Pasco
Volusia

97.6%
93.9%
96.5%
94.9%
94.1%
95.1%

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SCPS 7 grade results revealed a 98.4% compliance rate for fully immunized students. The state
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average was 91.8%. Comparisons to nearby counties or similar counties with 7 grade census of 40006000 students are as follows:
Brevard
Lake
Lee
Orange
Pasco
Volusia

98.0%
93.1%
95.1%
95.7%
97.1%
97.6%
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ESSS/Health Services each year in the spring reminds all parents of 6 grade students via a flyer sent
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home regarding 7 grade entry immunization requirements.
A Kindergarten flyer is also available at all K round-ups explaining school entry immunization
requirements.

2. Prepared by:

Tom McDowell
3. Board Meeting Date
Executive Director of Exceptional Student Support Services

4-25-06

Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: Kindergarten Informational Flyer
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6 Grade Informational Flyer

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INFORMATION ITEM:

DEFIBRILLATORS FOR MIDDLE SCHOOLS

X.E.
Item Number

Our commitment to the placement of an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) in all of our Seminole
County schools is progressing very well.
The high school program is completed with at least one AED safely secured in a cabinet with an alarm in
an easily accessible location at all high schools.
Recently, funds from Exceptional Student Support Services (ESSS) and the Office of Safety and Security
Services Emergency Response and Crisis Management grant were able to purchase an additional twelve
AEDs and cabinets to be placed in all of our middle schools. We will follow the same placement
procedures as high schools and have an organizational meeting with all site representatives and invite Dr.
Agustin Ramos, MD to speak on Project Adam and the importance of the school AED initiative.
The partnership agreement with the American Heart Association about our AED commitment has also
been fruitful. We will be granted approximately $20,000 to continue this project. We will then be able to
purchase and place an AED in our elementary schools sometime early in the next school year.

2. Prepared by:

Tom McDowell
3. Board Meeting Date
Executive Director of Exceptional Student Support Services

4-25-06

Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: None

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INFORMATION ITEM:

ESSS DEPARTMENT HIGHLIGHTS

X.F.
Item Number

National Nurse Week


National Nurse Week will be celebrated during the week of May 6-12, 2006. School Nurse Day is
celebrated on Wednesday of National Nurses Week each year. School Nurse Day has been established
to foster a better understanding of the role of professional school nurses in the educational setting. The
presence of a school nurse assures parents that their childrens health needs will be addressed
appropriately during the school day. Utilizing community resources, school nurses serve students and
families.
Rosenwald School
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Rosenwald School conducted its orientation for the incoming Class of 2011 on April 11 . Students
participated in a tour of the campus, met with staff members and reviewed the schools behavior
management and academic curriculum programs.

2. Prepared by:

Tom McDowell
3. Board Meeting Date
Executive Director of Exceptional Student Support Services

4-25-06

Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: None

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INFORMATION ITEM:

ELEMENTARY HIGHLIGHTS

X.G.
Item Number

Altamonte Elementary
The Sertoma Club selected David Gayoso, fifth grader, as Altamontes winner of the essay contest, What
Freedom Means to Me. David was honored at a breakfast at the Comfort Inn and received a plaque,
baseball cap, and $50.
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The Altamonte PTA sponsored a carnival on Saturday, March 25 . Over 25 teachers had booths and
earned money for supplies that went directly back to their classroom. Two teachers tied for first place
earning over $225 each! The Scholastic Book Fair also opened during the carnival and remained at the
school the following week. Altamonte students supported the book fair by purchasing $3,000 worth of
books. Those monies were used to buy additional books for the media center. Everyone had a good time!
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Fourth graders went to St. Augustine on Thursday, April 6 and brushed up on Florida History! The trip
was enjoyed by students, parents, and staff! They returned home tired but pleased that they were able to
participate in so many activities on this exciting trip!
Bear Lake Elementary
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Bear Lakes Annual Spring Fling, sponsored by the PTA, was held on April 8 . During the event, visitors
played carnival games, participated in freeze dances, and listened to the Bear Lake Ensemble perform.
The Soaking Tank was a favorite activity at Spring Fling. Students got the opportunity to soak teachers,
assistants, and even an administrator all in good fun! Another highlight of Spring Fling was the silent
auction. Each class assembled a themed gift basket and parents bid on the items, with all funds going to
support the PTA. Also, local business partners and community members donated items and/or services
for the auction. The event would not have been possible without the assistance of many different
organizations. Over 40 participants including PTA board members, Bear Lake Dividends, students from
Lake Brantleys National Honor Society, and the Bear Lake staff, volunteered time to make this day a
huge success. More than 30 local business members and vendors, provided food and additional activities
for visitors. Bear Lake thanks everyone who helped make Spring Fling a huge success.
Eastbrook Elementary
th
Over 400 parents and students attended Eastbrooks first Family Fun Night on Thursday, March 30 .
Everyone enjoyed hot dogs grilled by Mr. Kirsch, two shows of Mr. Brian and the Poppets, and PTAs
Scholastic Book Fair. What a GREAT SUCCESS!
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Eastbrook students got a workout on March 31 at Field Day. Every student participated in the activities.
The favorite was tug of war.
Eastbook is shining with pride in announcing Gretchen Maldonado as Eastbrooks teacher of the year.
Mrs. Maldonado is the reading specialist for students in kindergarten through fifth grade. She works hard
with students creating excellent readers and life long learners!
Hamilton Elementary
st
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Hamilton Elementarys 21 Century HERO Picnic was held on March 25 at the Central Florida Zoo. Over
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300 people were in attendance, thanks to Ken Bentley, Coordinator and finalist for 21 Century
Administrator of the Year. Sponsors who helped make the picnic successful were Diamond Glass,
Sunniland, and Tom Ball Real Estate. The Sanford Police Department cooked burgers and hotdogs on
their grill for the hungry crowd. Albertson of Sanford and the Sanford Police Department donated food
and drinks for this event. Seminole Community College provided representatives to help with GED sign

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up, Seminole County Voters League registered parents, Plaster Time did arts and crafts with the children,
and a representative from the Orlando Magic passed out free items.
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Mysteries in the Middle play took place on March 28 at the Early Readers Family Night. Thirty-five
families watched the play. During each act, parents and children tried to solve the mystery of the missing
aardvark by using reading strategies presented by the reading coach, Linda Crawford. Beth Jensen,
Community Liaison, coordinated this event with several teachers and administrators who were characters
in the play. Surveys indicated that parents will work to make reading more fun, help children with
questions, and practice timed reading at home. Families indicated that they had fun and teacher
participation was the best part.
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Live! Center Stage before the Orlando Magic Game, on April 5 , stood Hamiltons Drumline and Flag
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Core. Ken Bentley, 21 Century Administrator, sold 199 tickets to staff, parents, and the community to
support the boys and girls in these clubs. This was the first time for many students to leave the Sanford
area, let alone attend a Magic game, play for the Magic Fans, and be featured on Sunshine Network
Television. Performances continued for the Drumline when they played at the Seminole County School
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Board meeting on April 11 . Earlier in the week Ms. Adamczyk, Assistant Principal, told them that this
performance would not be as big a deal as the Magic game. Bass drummer, Austin, remarked, Yeah, but
isnt that everyones boss up there? [Good point! And they did a great job!!]
Xavier Robertson won the Sertoma Club Essay Contest for Hamilton Elementary. He wrote about, What
Freedom Means To Me. Xavier was honored at a breakfast at the Comfort Inn and received a plaque
and $50.
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On April 8 , ten elementary schools participated in Hamiltons Cross Country Meet, which was sponsored
by Centex Homes, J7 Sports, Crooms Track Team, Sanford Trophy, and Hamilton's PTA. Todds Produce
donated enough pineapples, grapes, apples, and oranges to feed 350 students and Track Shack donated
$1,000. Children in first through fifth place received a trophy and children in sixth through tenth place
received a medal. Hamilton winners for the 7-11 years old (or older) races were: Stephanie Brown,
Melissa Deuber, Larry Hartsfield, Tyler Cauthen, Alashundrea Cashe, Robert Vincenti, Diavery Hanley,
Christopher Lemon, Devontae Mulligan, Teala Griffin, Jorie Shaut, Coty Silvia, Javon Roberts, and
Diamond Hosch.
Third grade teacher, Cynthia Gardner, presented Jazzing Up Literacy by Integrating Technology at the
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University of Central Florida College of Educations Eighth Annual Literacy Symposium on April 7 .
Participants discussed the technology available at schools and shared how it is being used.
Midway Elementary
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On March 28 , Parents Night was held at Midway where faculty members presented information on
DIBELS, Lexile Targets, Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Comprehension, Fluency, Vocabulary, Writing,
Math, Science, and the Success for All Reading Program. Parents were given students individual scores
as well as made aware of targeted scores. All students and parents were divided into stations where they
rotated in and out of each curriculum area.
Partin Elementary
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On April 4 , Partin PTA hosted Basket and Family Fun Night. The night began with pizza, soft drinks, and
ice cream sundaes (from Brusters). This was followed by a brief PTA Meeting, which included the
presentation of the Terry Sparrow Award which recognizes the student who displays courage,
determination, and a positive attitude. This year's recipient was third grader, Morgan Rosenberg. The
night concluded with a drawing for approximately 45 various theme-filled baskets donated by parents
from each class. Approximately 300 people participated. The Scholastic Book Fair was also open on this
night. Local author, Mr. Bryan Davis, attended to sign books for students. Mr. Davis also spoke to fourth

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and fifth grade students on April 3 . Nicholas Arena was selected by the fifth grade team to be
recognized by the Oviedo Historical Society, as Partins History Student of the Year.
Spring Lake Elementary
The month of March was eventful for Spring Lake. Second grade visited Shamu at Sea World for a very
educational field trip. Parents joined staff in honoring third, fourth, and fifth grades for awards ceremonies.
The week after Spring Break began with the promise to be Violence Free. The goal was to raise
awareness of effective ways for preventing youth violence. Students made pledges, hung posters, and
were surveyed on bullying. Ms. Gendron took her students to the Environmental Center for a sunny day
with nature. Fifth grade chorus felt like celebrities while performing at the International House of Blues
and had a wonderful time. Random Acts of Kindness week came next. Students and staff were
encouraged to do simple tasks such as writing thank you letters, saying hello or good morning, and
speaking only kind words to one another. Spring Lake celebrated Read Across America with Dr. Seuss.
Students joined in the fun by reading their favorite Dr. Suess book, creating puzzles based on the book
cover, writing poems based on the rhyming of the authors books, and studying the authors background.
Students also designed hats and created characters based on the book, Hooray for Diffendoofer Day.
Sterling Park Elementary
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On March 29 , students from Pre-K through fifth grades gathered outside on the PE field for a peace
rally. Each grade level wore different colored T-shirts that corresponded to the colors in the Olympic flag.
Students formed a peace circle while listening to readings and songs that encouraged them to do
something to reach out, be a friend, care about the people around them, and make peace.
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In the afternoon on March 29 , Stuff, the Orlando Magic mascot visited Sterling Park to promote a healthy
lifestyle for students that includes physical activity. Stuff played a game of one on one basketball with PE
coach Jason Fox while the games play by play was called by PE coach, Scott Blondin. Stuff
congratulated Sterling Parks students on raising over $3,000 for Hoops for Heart.
National Library Week, April 3-7, was celebrated with daily special events hosted by Sterling Parks
Teacher of the Year, Margie Wells. Students enjoyed special story readings, voted for their favorite
Sunshine State books, and swapped gently used books with peers.
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On Friday, April 7 , families and friends of Sterling Park Elementary gathered to enjoy a night filled with
BBQ, student artwork displays, and music by the chorus, violin group, and steel drum group. Themed
baskets were sold during a silent auction. One lucky student won Principal for the Day and another
student won Assistant Principal for the Day.
Walker Elementary
Walker Elementary had the school-wide Battle of the Books in April. Each team of four students had to
read all 15 of the Sunshine State Books and take Accelerated Reader tests on those books to participate
in the battle. Questions about all fifteen books were asked in minute detail. Sunshine State Books are
chosen in May for the following school year and students in grades 3-5 are encouraged to read as many
as possible. Finally, students voted on their favorite book in April. The school favorite this year was
Gregor the Overlander. Competitors for the Walker Battle were: Caitlin McMullen, Sonia Murril, Tiffany
Hurley, Danielle Mikell, Jessica Martinez, Josh Morales, Caitlin Haley, Melissa Garcia, Emma Ballantyne,
Katie Ballantyne, Kinsey Warburton, Ali Burdick, Michael Kalpaht Lopez, Pualani Dizol, Alex Analore, and
Devin Kubo-Assink. Mrs. Karnes (media specialist) and Mrs. Price (5th grade teacher) co-wrote a grant to
purchase books and prizes. Students with the most correct answers in the Walker Battle of the Books will
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compete against the winners at Stenstrom Elementary on April 18 at Stenstrom. Mrs. Pam Carlson will
coordinate the event with the Walker teachers. Walker Team finalists are Melissa Garcia, Emma
Ballantyne, Katie Ballantyne, Kinsey Warburton, Ali Burdick, Michael Kalpaht Lopez, Pualani Dizol, Alex
Analore, and Devin Kubo-Assink.

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Woodlands Elementary
Woodlands administration rewarded four students with a special dinner and a movie. As part of the PTA
Technology fundraiser, students who raised the most money won the prize and could bring a guest. In
addition, all students who raised money were entered into a drawing and the winner and a guest attended
this outing.
PTA sponsored the Woodlands First Annual Spaghetti Dinner. Olive Garden catered the meal and
Brusters Ice Cream was available for dessert. Prize drawings were held with books being awarded. Over
300 people attended this inaugural event which was another way PTA helps to support the community at
Woodlands Elementary.
Cathy Brown, Reading Coach, along with Woodlands PTA hosted Family Reading Night. Families
brought blankets, sleeping bags, lawn chairs, etc. and set up camp in the multipurpose room and
commenced reading individually. After 30 minutes of quiet reading, the audience was entertained by
Madam Riddler and the Mystery Reader, Junie B. Jones. Holly Rubich, first grade teacher, played the
part of Junie B. Jones and acted out two chapters from a book that captivated the audience, leaving them
anxious to get a copy of the book and finish it on their own. Families and students really enjoyed this
event!

2. Prepared by:

Geraldine D. Wright
Executive Director of Elementary Education

3. Board Meeting Date

4/25/06

Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: None

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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SEMINOLE COUNTY

INFORMATION ITEM:

HIGHLIGHTS - MIDDLE SCHOOL

X.H.
Item Number

JACKSON HEIGHTS MIDDLE SCHOOL


Jackson Heights Middle School made history by winning first place for the third time in the State
Mathcounts championships. We are very pleased for our students and for Mr. White, our Mathcounts
sponsor.
Scott Amrthein placed in the top ten for the Florida State Geography Bee.
The Fleet Reserve Association recognized the following students for their essays titled, What My Vote
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Will Mean To Me. Each of the following students received a savings bond: 1 Place-Nancy Lu, 2
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Place-Michele Brocke, and 3 Place-Chelsea Appleget.
Mr. Bob White has been selected to be the coach for Team Florida at the national Mathcounts
championships.
The JHMS dance team won first place in the categories of lyrical/high kick and jazz duet at the American
Open Championships.
Eugene Katsevich received first place in the American Veterans of Foreign Wars essay contest.
Eugenes essay was on patriotism.
Congratulations to all of our winners!

2. Prepared by:

Ron Pinnell, Ed.D.


Exec. Director of Secondary Education

3. Board Meeting Date

4/25/06

Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: None

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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SEMINOLE COUNTY

INFORMATION ITEM:

HIGH SCHOOL HIGHLIGHTS

X.I.
Item Number

LYMAN HIGH SCHOOL


Community Service
Many thanks go out to OUR Lyman JROTC and Choir for donating their time to the Relay for Life event
held at Rock Lake Middle School. JROTC presented the colors and the choir sang the National Anthem.
Way to go!
Teri Fuentez and her cooking classes baked and hand delivered 30 dozen heart-shaped cookies for the
Ronald McDonald House Share a Heart Campaign.
Sports
Congratulations to Lymans state champion swimmer Alex Forbes. He has accepted an athletic
scholarship to the University of Kentucky.
Programs & Clubs
SkillsUSA has earned several first place awards in the regional division: Health and Safety Notebook,
Jasmaine Malcolm and the Graphic Communications II Class; Outstanding Chapter, Heather Dowdal and
the Graphic Communications II Class and, Web Design, Matt VanVarick.
Lymans Water Bottle Rocket team swept the awards at the SECME Regional competition at UCF in
February. Lyman finished first place overall and received Best Technical Report and Best Patch awards.
The team included Mike Nakoa, William Sahely, and Ryan Mathis.
We congratulate the Lyman High School Algebra I team, Yasmin Serrato, David Newman, Tyler Wells,
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and Andy Stem, for placing 2 in Algebra at the Mu Alpha Theta competition.
Participating with 559 high school teams from all across the country, Lymans tenth grade
WORDMASTER team tied for sixth place in the nation in a February meet.
A team of TV production students placed third in the Keys to Your Character in Education video
competition. They will receive $250 for their efforts. Keep up the good work!
Cadet George Nakoa and his team took first place at a drill state competition for JROTC.
Students
Congratulations to Jasmaine Malcolm who was elected State Officer for SkillsUSA for the 2006-2007
school year.
Yasmin Serrato placed second overall in the individual Algebra I competition for Seminole County.
Andrew Cerni and Samantha Stahl, individually placed among the 80 highest-scoring tenth graders in the
February WORDMASTER Challenge.
Cadet George Nakoa took first place in the individual exhibition for a JROTC drill state competition.
Shannon Jennings received the Critics Choice for her monologues at the state competition for drama.

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Teachers
Coach Fred Finke has been has been selected as one of eight finalists for National High School Cross
Country Coach of the year on behalf of the NFHS Coaches Association (National Federation of State High
School Associations).
Lymans own literacy coach, Tillie Steele, has made it to the pages of a recently published book, Literacy
Coaching: A Handbook for School Leaders. Dr. Rose Taylor, one of the authors, refers to Tillie, as a
successful, credible source to the faculty, staff and administration.
Congratulations to Lisa Smith, advanced placement art teacher at Lyman. She was awarded a $500 mini
grant from the Seminole County Foundation. She plans to buy frames for her Roving Art Gallery (all of
the art which she uses to decorate the walls of Lyman High School).

OVIEDO HIGH SCHOOL


Congratulations to Craig Hitchcock who was selected for the U.S. Congress-Bundestag Exchange for next
school year and will spend 2006-2007 in Germany as an exchange student. Part of this exchange will
involve his shadowing a German Senator once a month at the Reichstag/Capitol in Berlin. He will also be
attending one of the German college preparatory schools as a full-time student. Both the U.S. Congress
and the German government fund this scholarship. Craig beat out several students (around 400!) from the
southeast region for this honor. This is the first time an Oviedo High School student has won this
nationally recognized scholarship.
Congratulations to the following students who were inducted into the Spanish Honor Society: Russell
Anderson, Yasmin Andre, Jarrod Arroyo, Simonne Belisle, Cristina Bencosme, Kirsten Blue, Kevin
Brancheau, Taylor Brown, Blaine Calhoon, Peter Canino, Corey Cantor, Jonathan Cole, Kathryn
Cummins, Julia Darrenkamp, Kristen DiBiasio, Alexis DuFries, Elizabeth Mari Figueroa, Sarah Finn,
Lauren Ford, Kristina Freismuth, Sarah Freitas, Brianna Geary, Sanaz Ghiassi, Shi Yun Han, Lauren
Hancock, Emily Hidalgo, Julie Hedberg, Adam Horgan, Fahima Jahan, Kate Kovats, Jos Luis KurodaCarbonell, Min Teack Lee, Wing Lee, Joshua Leonard, Vicky Librojo, Teagan Long, Jasmine M. Lopez,
Mekenzie McNulty, Tameka Mitchell, Mitra Mossaddad, Garrett Nguyen, Melinda Nguyen, Kirsten Nielsen,
Jennifer Osburn, Nathalie Perez, Melissa Pernal, Manuel Ramos, Stefanie Rivera, Stephen Rodriquez,
Chelsea Rugg, Megan Ruiz, Erica Schwalm, Kirsty Smedley, Angela Speroni, Shannon Sullivan, Ravi
Swami, Jennifer Szarmack, Jamie Tanner, Kelsey Taylor, Chad Teal, Ben Thomas, Bianca Velazquez,
Jourdan Viele, Amanda Whittemore and Sarah Wright.
The OHS Mock Trial team tied for second in the 18th Judicial Circuit's Mock Trial competition. Team
members are seniors: Troy Galkin, Andrew Galloway, and Paul Joseph, juniors: Dallas Brower, Dylan
Howeller, and Kristin Waite, and sophomores: Alyssa Freeman, Anthony Moschella, and Heather Purdy.
Dallas Brower and Alyssa Freeman received honorable mentions for their performances as attorneys, and
Andrew Galloway received honorable mention for his performance as a witness. Our students, in
preparing for this event, put in an extensive amount of work. They represented OHS extremely well.
Oviedo High School is pleased and proud to announce that art teacher, Robert LaWarre, was selected as
the grand prize winner of the Second International Small Teapot Competition in Mission Viejo, California.
Over 200 pots were submitted to the competition and 99 pots representing 8 countries were selected for
judging. The grand prize is a three-week trip to China. While in China, Mr. LaWarre will be speaking and
presenting his work at a few universities, visiting historical ceramic sites, and several studios of master
potters. He will also be presenting one of his teapots to the Yixing Museum for their permanent collection.

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Kendal Thomas has been named a finalist in the 2006 competition for Achievement Scholarship Awards.
Congratulations to this student and his accomplishments.
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Automotive Technology students from Oviedo High School took the top three spots in the 11 annual
Central Florida Auto Dealers Association Automotive Technology Hands-On Competition at Seminole
Community College. First place winners Ben Fulton and Zach Burke received $1,500 scholarships from
SCC. Quaid Skiff and Chad Robison were second place winners and received $750 scholarships from
SCC. Daniel Bathke and Shawn Ferris finished third and received $250 scholarships from SCC. The two
first place finishers will advance to the National competition in New York City in April.
Great news! Two Oviedo High students were accepted into "Shaped Clay" in Syracuse, New York. The
show was juried by two Ceramics faculty members at the Syracuse University School of Art, and three
student representatives from the Ceramic program at S.U. Matt Filiault's and Sarah Rogers' sculptures
were selected from 989 entries from 271 applicants representing 28 states, plus Washington DC,
Bermuda, and the US Virgin Islands. The space at the museum is only capable of exhibiting 50 pieces so
the selection process was very competitive. Cash prizes will be distributed after the show is installed. Two
students will be selected to receive scholarships to SU. The show will opened April 7, and will run until
May 14. Good luck to these two students.
The Oviedo High School NJROTC hosted and competed in the NJROTC State Championship Field Meet.
OHS was honored and selected to be the first high school to host and compete in this prestigious event.
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The Lions placed 4 out of 18 schools and were awarded a total of 6 trophies. Mr. Lundquist and Mayor
Tom Walters attended the awards ceremony and were enthusiastic supporters of the event. The event
was such an overwhelming success that OHS has been asked to host the event indefinitely. Thanks to our
cadets, boosters, faculty and staff for achieving this milestone.
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Congratulations to Leah Owsley, who received 3 place overall for Feature Writing on Journalism Day at
UCF in February. Leah competed against college students from SCC and Valencia to achieve this honor.
Congratulations to the following students who competed in the French State Competition sponsored by the
Congrs de la Culture Franaise en Floride. Nine students accompanied by Madame Bierkan, their
teacher/sponsor, received ratings in the following categories: Alexandra Kirkland received an excellent on
the Vocabulary Test 1; Amanda Burke received a good on the Vocabulary Test 2; Phylicia Jacobs
received a good on the Vocabulary Test 3; Victoria Lake received an excellent on Impromptu Speaking 2;
Beatriz Rodriguez received an excellent on the Reading Comprehension Test 2; Emily Lumpkin received
an excellent on the Reading Comprehension Test 3; Melanie Radliff received a superior on Poem
Recitation 1; Allie Teitelbaum received a superior on Poem Recitation 2; and, Christine Avila received a
superior on Poem Recitation 3.
Congratulations to Susan Turner who was selected for inclusion in Whos Who Among Americas High
School Teachers for 2005-2006.
Congratulations to head basketball coach, Ed Kershner, who was inducted into the Florida High School
Athletic Hall of Fame for 2006.
The Lions Tale student newspaper won the All-Florida Award from the Florida Scholastic Press
Association.
Journalism teacher, Deborah Jepson, was awarded a $500 scholarship from the Foundation for Seminole
County Public Schools to attend a journalism workshop in Iowa.
Oviedo High School sophomore Brentley Romine won the Emerging Young Journalist Award for the state
of Florida sponsored by The Florida Scholastic Press Association and The St. Petersburg Times Fund.

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The award was created to recognize promising freshmen and sophomores while encouraging involvement
in scholastic press organizations.
Brentley will receive $500 toward registration and travel costs for a journalism convention or workshop
plus free FSPA convention registration for the rest of his high school career. He will partner with a
professional journalist for mentoring and get a chance to study at the Poynter Institute, an internationally
known school for journalist in St. Petersburg. Brentleys newspaper adviser, Deborah Jepson, will receive
$500 for staff development.
This is the first year the award has been given. Brentley submitted a portfolio of newspaper articles and
layouts, a 500 word essay on his interest in journalism and letters of recommendation from adviser
Deborah Jepson and senior editor Anna Roberts.

2. Prepared by:

Raymond L. Gaines
Exec. Director of Secondary Education

3. Board Meeting Date

4-25-06

Attachment(s): None
Back-up not in agenda book: None

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If you wish to address the School Board, please complete


one of the request forms in the back of the room and give
to the Clerk of the Board, Karen Ponder, prior to the
meeting.

SEMINOLE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS


ADDENDUM
April 25, 2006
7:00 p.m. for regular School Board Meeting
Educational Support Center
400 E. Lake Mary Boulevard
Sanford, Florida 32773
AGENDA MODIFICATIONS

I.D.
1.

PRESENTATIONS

II.

CONSENT AGENDA Superintendents Recommendation: That the


Consent Agenda be approved as submitted.

IV.

PERSONNEL
RECOMMENDATIONS

AGENDA MODIFICATIONS
Items selected for removal:
Item X.C., Policy 5.40, Student Control Proposed Revisions

*D.

That the School Board approve the personnel recommendations, including


additions presented in the addendum package.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

VIII.

NEW BUSINESS

IX.
X.
J.
K.

SUPERINTENDENTS REPORT
Certificates of Participation Bond Rating (verbal report)
Other

* Denotes an Action Item vs. an Information Item

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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF SEMINOLE COUNTY

ACTION ITEM:

PERSONNEL RECOMMENDATIONS

IV.D.
Item Number

1. Superintendents Recommendation:
That the School Board of Seminole County approve the Personnel Recommendations as presented.

2. Background/Analysis:
Pursuant to Florida Statutes 1012.22 (1) (a) (e) (f), all Personnel Recommendations must be approved
by the School Board. Attached are the Superintendents recommendations for the current Board
meeting.

3. Fiscal Impact:
The Personnel Recommendations are within our budget allocation.

4. Prepared by:

John Reichert
5. Board Meeting Date
Exec. Director of Human Resources/Professional Standards

04/25/06

Attachment(s): Personnel Recommendations


Back-up not in agenda book: None
Materials for signature: None

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ADDENDUM

PERSONNEL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ACTION AT THE BOARD MEETING ON: 4/25/2006

ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REAPPOINTMENT for 2006-07


1. Fose, Jeffrey D Bear Lake Elementary School, Asst. Prin Elem 11 Month
2. Urban, Nancy Scheiber Forest City Elementary School, Asst Prin Elem 11 Month

ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION FOR APPOINTMENT for 2006-07


1. Wilson, Corbet P To Be Determined, Asst Prin Middle 11 Month, Position Start Date 7/13/2006

ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR APPOINTMENT for 2005-06


1. Perrault, Beverly F Educational Support Center, Executive Director/Elementary, Exec Dir
Elementary ED, Position Start Date 5/01/2006
2. Sims, Nicole E Chiles Middle School, Asst Prin Middle 11 Month, Position Start Date
5/03/2006

INSTRUCTIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REAPPOINTMENT for 2006-07


Exceptional Student Support
1. Hill, Victoria, School Board Nurse, AC
2. Kavitch, Flora , School Board Nurse, AC
3. Reyer, Valerie, School Board Nurse, Ac
Greenwood Lakes Middle School
1. Fockler, Constance Jo, Teacher Exceptional Child, AC
Millennium Middle School
1. Klopp, Colette L, Teacher, AC
Winter Springs High School
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1. Oetil, Krut, Teacher, 1 Year PSC (Recommended by Michael Blasewitz)

INSTRUCTIONAL TERMINATION AND RESIGNATION for 2005-06


1. King, Bobby R Teague Middle School, Teacher, Reason: Personal Reasons, Termination
Effective Date 4/18/2006

INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL RESCINDING REAPPOINTMENT PREVIOUSLY SUBMITTED FOR


2006-07
County Office Miscellaneous
1. Black, Gerald Michael,Teacher, AC
Lake Howell High School
1. Washington, Toranika Lanai, Teacher 50%, AC

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Lyman High School


1. Goodman, Pamela, Coach, AC
2. Maldonado, Jeremy, Coach, AC
3. Young, Nathan, Coach, AC

CONTRACT STATUS CHANGE TO INSTRUCTIONAL REAPPOINTMENTS PREVIOUSLY


SUBMITTED WITHIN THE MAILOUT for 2006-07
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1. Cazel, Anna Hales Sanford Middle School, Teacher FROM: AC TO: 1 Year PSC
(Recommended by Mark Russi)
2. DePaolo, Maaahria Lake Brantley High School, Teacher Exceptional Child FROM: AC
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TO: 1 Year PSC (Recommended by Mary Y. Williams)
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3. Douglass, Jill Deanne Lyman High School, Teacher FROM: AC TO: 1 Year PSC
(Recommended by Cassillo Jr, Frank Louis)
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4. Mitchell, Daniela Arguello Partin Elementary School, Teacher FROM: AC4 TO: 1 Year PSC
(Recommended by Kristina Marshall)
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5. Riether, Anna M Lake Brantley High School, Teacher FROM: AC TO: 1 Year PSC
(Recommended by Mary Y. Williams)
6. Rosenblum, Jennifer Lynn Wilson Elementary School,Teacher FROM: AC4 TO: AC
7. Sprague, Sarah Vaughn Educational Support Center, Exceptional Student Support, Speech
Language Pathologist 30%, Hopper Center, Exceptional Student Support, Speech Language
Pathologist 30% and Rosenwald Center, Speech Language Pathologist 40% FROM: AC TO:
AC4

TEMPORARY DUTY OUT-OF-STATE LEAVE REQUEST FOR 2005-06


1. Hardy-Blake, Brenedette Educational Support Center, Human Resources, Director
Rec/Ret/Ed Equity, Temporary Duty to attend the Minnesota Education Job Fair in Minneapolis,
Minnesota, Leave Date 4/22/2006, Return From Leave Date 4/25/2006 (Funded by Recruitment)

EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REAPPOINTMENT for


2006-07
Millenium Middle School
1. Peterson, William, School Security Officer 188, AE
Partin Elementary School
1. Ely, Albert C Custodian 11 Month, AE4
Transportation Services
1. Hobbs, Tyrona, Bus Driver 7 Hour, AE
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2. Todd, Amanda, Bus Driver 7 Hour, 1 Year RE
Spring Lake Elementary School
1. Blaine, Brandi, Assistant Instrctn Elem 188, AE

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EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS PERSONNEL RESCINDING REAPPOINTMENT for


2006-07
Bentley Elementary School
1. Tabares, Pedro, Custodian 11 Month
Evans Elementary School
1. Wiesner, Linda, Assistant Instructional Elementary 188 50%

CONTRACT STATUS CHANGE TO EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS


REAPPOINTMENTS PREVIOUSLY SUBMITTED WITHIN THE MAILOUT for 2006-07
1. Huggins, Joseph Lake Howell High School, Assistant ESE Supplemented 188 FROM: RE
TO: AE4

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