The School District of
Palm Beach County

Business Partnership Needs Assessment (BPNA)

The BPNA indicates the types of resources needed by schools and departments to achieve their goals. To view district schools and departments BPNA information, please select the school or department that you are interested in supporting. You can also select BPNA data based on geographic location by selecting a specific area.

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ACREAGE PINES ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
GOOCH, LISA (561) 904-9508

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Primary Needs:
Incentives for readers who improve reading level or maintain proficiency.
Guest speakers to support academy with career awareness activities in Biomed. and Vet. Tech.
School Beautification
Materials related to Biomedical and Veterinary Technology Academy.
Funding for student field trips related to Biomedical and Veterinary studies.
Raising funds for technology, classroom furniture, school rugs, classroom and medical lab supplies.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
Annual Walk-a-thon, Fall and Spring Fox Family Festival, and School Beautification Project.

AW DREYFOOS SCHOOL OF THE ARTS

Contact Info:
HOLLAND, LISA (561) 758-5324

Primary Needs:
We need to provide graphing notebooks for needy students and teacher use.

Other:
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use

BANYAN CREEK ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
KOGOD, WENDY (561) 894-7100

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Primary Needs:
Retired teachers who want to tutor.
Business men and women to support Career Day
Wwe have many eligible children for field trips and awards whose parents cannot afford them.
Instructional technology
No real need in this area
Financial support would increase our offerings

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

Specific Projects:
School beautification/spruce up

BELVEDERE ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
KLIMANTIRIS, HARA (561) 838-5928

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Print parent newsletter (For example: PTA, PTO)
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Primary Needs:
Periodic recognition for academic achievement and character education.
Area businesses to assist with resources (office supplies, refreshments) for workshops/trainings.
Business partners for SAC & PTA, classroom libraries, & technology.
Sponsors for clubs, programs, & field trips. Shelving for classroom libraries. Grants for STEM.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
An electronic marquee in order to increase timely communication in all 3 languages. iPads for ALL!

BOCA RATON ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
BROWN, SHERRON (561) 544-1700

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Print parent newsletter (For example: PTA, PTO)
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Primary Needs:
Incentive awards for student recognition
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects - On the Fence Advertising
Participation in PTA activities
Tutors and mentors for aftercare students
Sponsorship for field trips

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

Specific Projects:
Sponsored "Spirit" T-Shirts

BOYNTON BEACH HIGH

Contact Info:
DACK, JAMES (561) 707-5957

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Job shadowing, internship or employment opportunities for students
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Gift certificates to award work performance.
Speakers needed to demonstrate real life employment oppportunities in the south Florida area.
Gift certificates for clothing, shoes. Scholarshipw for driver license tests,security guard license
Assisting in needs of the students.
Always looking for mentors and good adult role models.
Gift certificates

Other:
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use

Specific Projects:
Donation of a cash register so students can learn how to cashier.

CALUSA ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
RIVELLI-SCHREIBER, DIANNE (561) 989-7500

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Print parent newsletter (For example: PTA, PTO)
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Judge for various school events

Primary Needs:
Reading to students, cafe help, volunteers to assist with event and/or teachers with copies.
Will schedule Career Day in May 2017.
Copy person to help with running copies for 1200 students
SAC Meetings once a month
Math and Science Fair in April
Grant guidance for our school to Go Green.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

CONGRESS MIDDLE

Contact Info:
ABATAL, LAILA (561) 374-5610

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Incentive awards to recognize students achievement.
Career awareness activities based on work experiences.
Sponsors for Parent University.
We need more businesses to be part of our School Advisory Council.
Sponsor for Boys and Blue Program, and Junior Classy Ladies.
Funding and equipment to support special programs.

Other:
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
Boys and Blue Mentor Program, Junior Classy Ladies, Donations, T-shirts, and Field trips.

CRESTWOOD MIDDLE

Contact Info:
KALISER, MELISSA (561) 753-5063

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee
Provide education or curriculum support materials
Participation on an Athletic Board

Primary Needs:
Award students for their academic excellence
We have an annual Career Day.
We have community projects throughout the year and would love extra volunteers.
We would like more parental involvement at the school level. Any donations are greatly appreciated.
To enhance the education of our students, donations are greatly appreciated.

Other:
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
Pasta Night need donations for silent auction. Open house for our academies. Crestival needs prize

CROSSPOINTE ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
ROPER, COURTNEY (561) 242-4128

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)
Judge for various school events

Primary Needs:
Assistance with after school tutorial and funds to purchase incentives/awards
STEM Career Day presenters
Create, organize and run parent training workshops
Assist with the purchasing of curriculum support materials
Male mentors
Provide grants to improve our STEM focus, AVID -college readiness, Crosspointe food pantry

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
Campus beautification (Donations, funds, volunteers)

CYPRESS TRAILS ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
LEIFER, ELLEN (561) 904-9011

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use

D D EISENHOWER ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
TESTA, DIANE (561) 366-6066

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Reading partner program Character education/student of the month luncheons
Practical Math applications / business experiences
Stategies to help parents assist their children / reading and math workshops
Upgrade educational technology and expand classroom libraries
Listening partners to increase student motivation - relationship building.
Adopt A Class program

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

DIAMOND VIEW ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
VEGA, SHERYL (561) 304-4204

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Job shadowing, internship or employment opportunities for students
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee
Provide education or curriculum support materials
Participation on an Athletic Board

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Community Involvement with various activities and events.
Career Day for 5th Graders in May. Kindergarden and 1st Grade Career Topics.
Community guest speakers to support parent meetings. Co-Sponsors for fundraising.
Participation in School Advisory Council
Mentors to support/encourage students with academics
We are a Title I school, special programs or educ. field trips will support students academically.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

DR MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE ELEM

Contact Info:
JONES-KENNER, JENNIFER (561) 882-7621

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
1. Incentive Rewards - Prizes for Academics & Citizenship 2. Volunteer Readers - Read to Kinder
Discuss the importance of careers, savings and how math skills are interrelated.
Fundraising/Sponsors for 5th Grade Patrols and other fundraising projects
Provide parent information on student savings information.
Mentor students in banking
Sponsor various programs

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

Specific Projects:
School Safety Patrols...Various educations fieldtrips for school clubs

EVERGLADES ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
HAY, ANGELA (561) 792-9511

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Primary Needs:
Encourage and reward academic achievement.
Present to students during career day on one of the many food industries.
Increase parent and community participation with fundraising

Specific Projects:
Spirit Night, Fundraising, Career Day, and appreciation for teachers (lunch),

FOREST HILL ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
KORDUBA, DAVID (561) 432-2301

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Readers for grades K-1.
Resources for parents/families
Mentorship programs and/or opportunities for intermediate students

FOREST HILL HIGH

Contact Info:
SAARELA-VENING, SAARA (561) 540-2413

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Job shadowing, internship or employment opportunities for students
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Primary Needs:
Organizations and/or businesses where students can intern or complete service learning projects.

Specific Projects:
New or gently used clean solid colored collared shirts, backpacks, pens, pencils, and paper.

FRONTIER ELEM

Contact Info:
HAAS, ALLISON (561) 904-9901

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Print parent newsletter (For example: PTA, PTO)

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Primary Needs:
Gift certificates, food vouchers, treasure box items (pencils, erasers, stickers, etc.)
Monetary donations needed for Curriculum support materials
Grants for our Environmental and Animal Science Academy Ipads needed for 600+ students

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
Our goal is to raise $30,000 for our Environmental and Animal Science Academy/ curriculum materials

GALAXY ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
STEELE, LISA (561) 739-5600

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Volunteers to listen to students read in grades 1-3 Incentive awards to recognize students
Refreshments to serve to parents at training opportunities
Provide funds for supplemental support materials (take home books)
Mentors for 4th & 5th grade students

Specific Projects:
We would like to have refreshments at our parent events

GLADE VIEW ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
LEWIS, CARLA (561) 993-8800

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)
Judge for various school events

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

Specific Projects:
Incentives for participation in Saturday tutorial for students in Grades 3-5.

GLADES CONSTR ACAD AT W TECH

Contact Info:
FORD, CHARLENE (561) 829-4620

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Job shadowing, internship or employment opportunities for students
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Primary Needs:
Looking to partner with persons and organizations that specialize in construction or manufacturing.
Funding for buses for college and job site visits.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use

GLADES CONSTRUCTION ACADEMY AT WEST TECH

Contact Info:
WILLIAMS DORSEY, ANNE (561) 992-2109

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Job shadowing, internship or employment opportunities for students
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Connecting students with internships / jobs.
soft skills training needed to maintain employment
Enhance fundraising opportunities and event
resume building, skills to apply for online jobs, softskills
Provide training and modeling to successful complete an interview
Train students in area of soft skills, resume writing, applying for jobs online, etc

Specific Projects:
Resume building, workshops on writing cover letters, working with STEP interns, & soft skills

GOLD COAST SCHOOL OF CHOICE

Contact Info:
ABRAMS, TIMOTHY (561) 687-6390

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Student incentives and volunteers to assist with preparing students for career opportunities.
Increase parent participation and provide job and career opportunities.
Become a community partner to support our SAC.
Increase mentor-ship for at risk youth at Gold Coast.
To assist in providing supplies and equipment to support students at GC.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

GOVE ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
ALVAREZ, BERTA (561) 993-8731

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Print parent newsletter (For example: PTA, PTO)
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Judge for various school events

Primary Needs:
Incentives for participaton in Saturday tutorial Classr volunteer
Speakers needed for Career Day
Fundraising opportunities (Adopt-A-Classroom Program, BoxTops for Education) Duplicating paper
Books for classroom libraries; School supplies; Ink for computers; Duplicating paper;
Judges for Spelling Bee Competition and Science Fair
Old phones, empty ink cartridges; Provide incentives for attendance in Saturday tutorial;

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use

Specific Projects:
Incentives for an after-school / Saturday FCAT Boot Camp for students in Grades 3-6;

GRASSY WATERS ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
CALDOVINO, CHRISTINA (561) 383-9031

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Print parent newsletter (For example: PTA, PTO)
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)
Judge for various school events

Primary Needs:
Our students benefit from tutorial and this year we would like to secure more funding for our school
Our students benefit from seeing all different kinds of careers and job opportunities.
Continue to communicate with parents through newsletter. Funding for materials could help.
We need Business Partners to participate with SAC.
Academic mentoring and life skills mentoring for at risk students
Sponsorships or donations for students unable to participate in activities such as field-trips.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use

Specific Projects:
Tutoring, field-trips, staff development. We need materials donated and money to support.

GROVE PARK ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
ROGERS, JO (561) 904-7700

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
- iReady & Holiday Academic Challenges - Monthly IB Learner Profile Recognitions
Contact, Angela Marshall to schedule during Enrichment Wheel Goal: Exposure to Careers in STEM
Contact, Marzella Mitchell, AP need for mentors 561-904-7712
Fund bus transportation primary grades’ field trips to Manatee Lagoon and Bush Wildlife

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

Specific Projects:
- IB Unit Field Trips (sponsor for 550 tee shirts) - Tchr Marzano Conference, Registration & Lodge

HAGEN ROAD ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
BRODIE, CANDICE (561) 292-6715

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Other:
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use

Specific Projects:
*See attached

HERITAGE ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
MAYALL, JYL (561) 804-3200

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Primary Needs:
Incentives will be used for our School Wide Positive Behavior team as well as I Ready participants
Students and parents need to know what opportunities are out there
We need sponsors for field day, carnival day and all fundraising activities
Sponsorship of Safety Patrol to ensure that all students who are eligible are able to participate.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
We are developing a STEM program for our older students and need resources to accomplish this.

HL JOHNSON ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
RALYA, LU (561) 904-9311

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Judge for various school events

Primary Needs:
PTO and Volunteer functions need donations for supplies, door prizes, food

HOPE-CENTENNIAL ELEMENTARY SCH

Contact Info:
GRIFFITH, CARI (561) 640-1200

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Print parent newsletter (For example: PTA, PTO)
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)
Judge for various school events

Primary Needs:
Mentors to help with our under privileged students
We are looking for Sponsors for our school's STEP and DANCE Team as well as our Garden Club.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
STEP and DANCE - uniforms, boots, etc. Garden Club- Seeds, dirt, etc. Dual Language Club- Books

INDIAN PINES ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
RIECKENBERG, AMANDA (561) 804-3300

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Other:
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

INDIAN RIDGE SCHOOL

Contact Info:
OAK, STACEY (561) 681-0056

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Job shadowing, internship or employment opportunities for students
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council

Primary Needs:
All Students on Behavioral Plan-Points used for multi level rewards.
Disability Mentoring Career Days as school is all ESE, whether E/BD, SLD or OHI.
Community Service Hours.
Business related community involvement.
Monies and/or supplies to help with behavioral plan rewards.

Other:
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
Camp Hope; Parent University; School Store; Holiday Store.

JC MITCHELL ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
ENDER, KRISTEN (561) 750-4910

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use

Specific Projects:
Attendance and tardy incentive program to encourage students to be on time and in class every day

JEAGA MIDDLE SCHOOL

Contact Info:
MCDANIEL, MORRIS (561) 242-8000

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Print parent newsletter (For example: PTA, PTO)
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
That students receive awards for academic and positive behavioral growth.
The magnet law program would be able to conduct various events with lawyers for students.
Parent involvement/participation in various activities to support students.
Increase parent/teacher attendance for PTA and SAC.
Improve and increase programs that focus on student mentoring by outside agencies. (ex. Boystown)
To improve the quality of educational exposure of our students through academic field trips.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
We want to improve student, teacher and parent recognition to promote exemplary performance.

JERRY THOMAS ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
GENT, ALICIA (561) 741-9105

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Judge for various school events

Primary Needs:
Volunteers who can read with and tutor students would be wonderful!
Fundraising is a continual commitment to pay for curriculum enhancements and physical improvements.
We always seek partnerships which can help us achieve our goals in our SIP with in-kind donations.
We love judges for our science fair.
We have many students whose families struggle to pay for field trips. Sponsors for this are welcome.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

Specific Projects:
One big project is getting sunshades for two primary playgrounds.

JOHN F KENNEDY MIDDLE

Contact Info:
RIVENS, RHONDA (561) 904-8124

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Print parent newsletter (For example: PTA, PTO)
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Provide education or curriculum support materials
Participation on an Athletic Board

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)
Judge for various school events

Primary Needs:
TO BOLSTER SCHOOL WIDE LITERACY.
TO INCREASE AWARENESS AND EXPOSURE.
TO INCREASE PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT AND PARTICIPATION.
TO BUILD CAPACITY IN PARENTS, STAFF MEMBERS, AND COACHES.
TO BUILD COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT AND AWARENESS OF SCHOOL ACTIVITIES.
TO MOTIVATE STUDENTS AND DEVELOP SCHOOL PRIDE.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
READING CLUBS, ACADEMIC FIELD TRIPS, INCENTIVE PROGRAMS, TUTORIAL PROGRAMS, SUPPORT ATHLETIC TEAMS.

JOHN I LEONARD HIGH

Contact Info:
SEGURA, SUSANA (561) 641-1278

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Job shadowing, internship or employment opportunities for students
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
we need more tutors
More computers, desk for additionals labs to do careers workshops
Field trips to Community Higher Education Institutions and to businesses
It would be a positive influence for our students to conect them whit mentors in local businesses

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
Also, if we could fund paid internships opportunities for our Junior and Seniors

KE CUNNINGHAM-CANAL POINT ELEM

Contact Info:
MAWHINNEY, SUZANNE (561) 924-9801

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
1) Assessment 2) I-Ready Reading /Math 3) Honor Roll 4) Attendance
To introduce students to the array of job possibilities (job demands, helpfulness to community)
Community Services Information Parenting Classes (various topics) Safety
SAC Members Curriculum support- materials for science/math projects and experiments (STEM)
Mentors are needed as role models and academic tutors
Educational Field Trips -museums, zoo, and nature centers

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
We are currently in the process of becoming a STEM school. (material donations for projects)

L.C. SWAIN MIDDLE

Contact Info:
CYRULNIK, AMANDA (561) 649-6900

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Print parent newsletter (For example: PTA, PTO)
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council

Primary Needs:
Incentives! Our students work hard and we like to recognize them in any way possible.
Provisions for parent workshops and speakers.
SAC always needs people at our school as our attendance is very low.

LAKE PARK ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
LEWIS, ANTONY (561) 494-1301

Primary Needs:
Our music teacher Ms. Leland is seeking funding that will enable her students to perform off campus.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

Specific Projects:
Ms. Leland would like her music students to perform at two local assisted living facilities.

LAKE SHORE MIDDLE

Contact Info:
BYNUM-COLEMAN, SHAWN (561) 829-1139

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Job shadowing, internship or employment opportunities for students
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee
Provide education or curriculum support materials
Participation on an Athletic Board

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)
Judge for various school events

Primary Needs:
Provide Mentoring and Incentives for increased student performance and academic achievement
Guest speakers for career awareness topics (example: Pre-Medical Science)
Participation on the School Advisory Council, Motivate Students, Dropout Prevention, Mentoring
Academic and life skills mentoring for our students; sponsorship and donation of materials and money
Participation in reading, science and math workshops; incentives for Saturday tutorial
We need materials donated,and monetary support

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
Tutoring, staff development-We need donations for incentives, door prizes, food and monetary support

LAKE WORTH HIGH

Contact Info:
GLEICHER, ABBE (561) 533-6454

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Job shadowing, internship or employment opportunities for students

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Increase student performance on standardized tests
Increase students employable skills and certifications that could lead students to employment
to enhance students motivation to stay in school and see alternatives / options after graduation
Students to go on educational field trips

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

Specific Projects:
LWCHS is looking to increase our graduation and literacy rates.

LIBERTY PARK ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
OLIVA, MICHAELINA (561) 804-3400

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)
Judge for various school events

Primary Needs:
Student Reward and Incentives; Volunteer Readers; Staff Appreciation
Guest Speakers and Presentations for Career Week in May
Helping support fundraising efforts; Guest speakers for Parent Universities (esp:Spanish speaking)
Businesses to participate in our SAC and PTO
Science and Math Fair judges
Contribute towards funding for students to participate in academic field experiences

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
Character Reward Breakfasts & Luncheons; Award certificates(academic excellence); Gardening program

LIMESTONE CREEK ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
WEIDENHAMER, DONNA (561) 741-9205

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Incentives for honor roll, good citizenship and attendence
Speakers at PTO mtgs ,Always looking for partners to support various fundraising events/activities
Businesses to support PTO activities
Especially mentor for our lower performing students, male mentors for boys
Donations of books for classrooms libraries, sponsors to help defray the cost of field trips

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

Specific Projects:
Implementation of school-wide behavior program. Looking for incentives to give to students.

LINCOLN ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
WALKER, ANDREA (561) 494-1404

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance.
Volunteers to participate in Career Day.
Speakers at parent meetings to provide additional support to families (school and home).
Participation on SAC to hold various offices so that SAC will have a wide representation.
Male role models to possibly create a boy group to motivate and encourage students.
Sponsorship of educational field trips for those students who are financially unable to attend.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use

MIGRANT

Contact Info:
ARMAYOR, MARIA (561) 202-0356

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Job shadowing, internship or employment opportunities for students
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Donation of monetary funds to be able to provide recognition to students and family.
Scholarships for Migrant Students to continue Education.
Speakers from the community to address MEP Parents.
Mentoring students in Middle and High school on the coast and West area schools too.
Special Program such as LAMP - Leadership Academy monetary funds need.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use

Specific Projects:
Resources such as food to be provided on the evenings when students gather for an MEP activity.

MORIKAMI PARK ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
Mercier, Amy (561) 894-7329

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Judge for various school events

Primary Needs:
We would like a partner to assist with students achievement recognition.
Guest speakers that support our IB units of inquiry.
Event support by way of sponsorships, product donations and volunteer support.
A partner to participate as a business member on SAC. Materials in support of IB units of inquiry.
Partners needed to assist in judging science fair projects.
Partners who can assist in funding programs and initiatives that further the educational mission.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
Technology expansion, Green School programs, classroom materials, science lab expansion.

NORTH GRADE ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
WHALEN, ERICA (561) 202-9323

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Primary Needs:
Donations of food and supplies for our Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

NORTHBORO ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
GUSTAFSON, AMY (561) 494-1625

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Primary Needs:
Sponsor tutorials, celebrate consistent attendance, celebrate Students of the Month.
We appreciate presenters for Career Day to give students ideas for a big future.
Parents participate in our workshops, community support is appreciated in a.m. and p.m. workshops.
STEM based interactive materials to support students.
Assistance in building a community area within the school.

Other:
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use

Specific Projects:
We are creating an additional interactive area in the school, highlighting life cycles.

OKEEHEELEE MIDDLE

Contact Info:
RUBIN, BRINA (561) 434-3246

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Print parent newsletter (For example: PTA, PTO)

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Judge for various school events

Primary Needs:
Trophies for end-of-year continuation to High School ceremony for 8th graders.
Busienss Presenters at the Career Fair event held each spring at our school.
Sponsors for our newsletter, funds for printing paper. Food at School Advisory Council meetings.
Help with refreshments at School Advisory Council meetings,to encourage attendance.
Science Fair projects judging in the fall, at our school.
Need uniforms and or equipment for our athletic teams, clubs, and cheerleaders.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

Specific Projects:
Parent FCAT Nights in February, we need incentives: raffle prizes, door prizes, take home kits.

OSCEOLA CREEK MIDDLE

Contact Info:
MAYES, DELORES (561) 422-2567

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Gifts for parents/students that attend the SAC/parent night Programs

Other:
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use

PAHOKEE ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
JACKSON, COSHA (561) 924-9744

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Primary Needs:
Incentive rewards for academics and citizenship.
Guest speakers that support our I.B. units of inquiry.
Event support by way of sponsorships, product donations, and volunteer support.
Community participation in our School Advisory Council.
Partners who can assist in funding programs and school initiatives to increase student achievement.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
Galaxy Room

PALM BEACH CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL

Contact Info:
WENDROW, SHANA (561) 304-1027

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Job shadowing, internship or employment opportunities for students
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Print parent newsletter (For example: PTA, PTO)
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on an Athletic Board

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)
Judge for various school events

Primary Needs:
Business resources to enhance instruction and Incentive awards to recognize students for improved.
Job shadowing, classroom visitation speakers, career day assistance.
Co sponsor fundraising activites and assistance will online newsleter.
Need business partners to sit on our School Advisroy Council meetings. Althletic participation.
Participation and fundrading in afterschool programs.
Sponsorships of Career Academies, Club, and Athletic Organizations Any donations!

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
Naming our athletic fields for our 10th Year Anniversary. Partification and donations golf classic.

PALM BEACH LAKES HIGH

Contact Info:
HANDS, TERA (561) 640-5014

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Job shadowing, internship or employment opportunities for students
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Print parent newsletter (For example: PTA, PTO)
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee
Participation on an Athletic Board

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)
Judge for various school events

Primary Needs:
Tutors, supplies, books for libraries, money for prizes and incentives, money for authors to come
Advisory Board Members, student internships, academy experiences in and out of class (funds, too),
Marketing&printing, food truck fundraiser, community service projects for academies, parent universi
PTSA creation, school fundraising (school store), Rebranding of the school, athletic boosters
Mentoring for at-risk students, help with after school fundraisers,
Turn Teacher Academy into a 21st Century Teaching Academy, Rebranding, printing, grants, money/funds

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
Showcases to attract studs., new promotional materials, rebranding, marketing, printing (funds)

PALM BEACH VIRTUAL FRANCHISE

Contact Info:
SITTIG, JENNIFER (561) 501-1595

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)

Primary Needs:
Grocery store gift cards for student achievement events (incentives & rewards) on campus.
Requested for student-centered live lessons and/or school advisory council meetings.
Student achievement events, SAC, NHS, Test Prep, Fall Fest, Graduation Breakfast, Tutoring

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

PALM SPRINGS ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
KEEZER, DEBRA (561) 804-3011

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Tutoring Services

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Print parent newsletter (For example: PTA, PTO)

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
One on one mentoring will increase reading skills and academic performance in 2nd and 3rd grades.
Does not apply
The newsletter provides positive school to school relations and community visability.
Does not apply
Role models provide tools to increase reading skills and promote self esteem.
Does not apply

Specific Projects:
Monthly Reading Counts Store. Resources needed are more inventory items

PINE GROVE ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
OLLO TACHER, CAREN (561) 266-1136

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Incentives for reading success and behavior recognition
We would like professionals to speak with students on Career Day in May.
Mentors who meet the demographics of the students would be helpful.
Business partners can help with donations to provide experiences to students.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

PIONEER PARK ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
BUCKMAN, PAMELA (561) 352-6391

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings

Primary Needs:
We need incentives to recognize our students for their achievements.
We need incentives (food, prizes) to get our parents to events to learn how to support their chid.
We are working on a garden club at our school. We would appreciate any items that can assist us.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

Specific Projects:
We are working to earn money for 17 of our fifth grades to go to Washington DC.

POINCIANA ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
OLSKER, MELINDA (561) 739-5700

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Funding for tutorial for lowest 25 % students.
Dedicated Business Partner to attend all SAC Meetings.

Other:
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

RISK & BENEFITS MANAGEMENT

Contact Info:
SANDMAIER, KIMBERLY (561) 434-8044

Primary Needs:
Wellness Services and Activities (Screenings, Seminars, Health Information)

Specific Projects:
Donor/Sponsorship for School District Employees regarding Health and Wellness

ROOSEVELT ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
MCCLEASE, PAULA (561) 653-5100

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Reading and Math tutorial and volunteers to read with students.
Parent involvement is crucial for students' success, so additional parent support is needed.
Business partners that can sponsor SAC/PTA activities for parents and/or students.
After school programs that are academic-based with good supervision and role-models for students.
Additional funding to improve classroom environment, after school clubs, and field trips

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
We are in need of more student computers for learning activities in the classrooms and labs.

ROOSEVELT MIDDLE

Contact Info:
LAVOGUE, TODD (561) 822-0261

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee
Participation on an Athletic Board

Primary Needs:
donated items to distribute to students to reward academic success and positive behavior
Basic life and work skills help - first impressions, resume, finances
Fundraising ideas and support in fundraising, guest speakers on specific topics
Advisors and participants in SAC, athletics, other school committees
Extensive after school programs need help in various areas
Financial assistance for field trips, new technologies to integrate into classroom

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
Field trip to inauguration costs $748 per student and we need to have 50 students attend

ROSENWALD ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
CISNEROS, EVA (561) 993-8901

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Job shadowing, internship or employment opportunities for students
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)
Judge for various school events

Primary Needs:
Recognize students and staff for making academic milestones in k-5 and having distinguished
I would like to have our 1st Annual career day in may 2012 volunteers from a varity and unique
The need for volunteers to assist in planning and sponsoring fundaiser & community service events
Math & science fair/ step& dance/ volunteer for a chess club.
Grant writers for new computers in the media center & tv producton Equipment for broadcasting

Other:
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
career day, Father / Daughter Dance / families on a mission

ROYAL PALM BEACH COMM HIGH

Contact Info:
JOHNSON, BRAD (561) 753-4000

Primary Needs:
Girls Tennis Sponsor - Fence Sign

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

ROYAL PALM BEACH ELEM

Contact Info:
WATSON, SUZANNE (561) 633-4400

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)
Judge for various school events

Primary Needs:
Incentive Awards and weekly readers to assist with fluency.
Guest speakers for related school topics!
Sponsor school events.
All of the above.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
Academic Nights need sponsors, Adopt A Class Program, Beautification of school grounds.

S D SPADY ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
VOLLMAN, SARAH (5615) 454-7800

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Tutoring Services

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Adults to read with children and tutor after school.
Career day speakers in May
Sponsor with donations or money PTA and Safety Patrol events and fundraisers.
Purchase books to donate or donations to purchase curriculum.
Big brother/mentoring for some of our at risk students.
Sponsor grade level field trips at a reduced cost or free.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use

Specific Projects:
Books or money to help us reach our goal of 75% of third graders reading on or above grade level.

SAFETY & LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

Contact Info:
KALLMAN, MARGARET (561) 366-6954

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Job shadowing, internship or employment opportunities for students

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Print parent newsletter (For example: PTA, PTO)

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Funds to provide incentives for students in shelters for neglect children.
Printing materials related to homeless students' rights.
Mentoring for homeless students.
Our greatest need is for funds for homeless elementary students to attend after school programming.

Specific Projects:
We work to identify, enroll, and help homeless students achieve. See attached.

SANTALUCES HIGH

Contact Info:
SERVOS, SHAWN (561) 642-6203

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Primary Needs:
Improve student achievement in English Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science.
Improve parent involvement and input.
Increase non-district employee involvement on the school advisory council and enhance outreach.
75% of students on FRL and economically disadvantaged. Facility is 30 years old.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
Linking students to resources connecting them to real-world learning and college or career prep.

SECONDARY EDUCATION

Contact Info:
BANEK, MICHAEL (561) 357-1126

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Primary Needs:
Provide rewards and incentives for gr 4-12 students participating in academic competitions.
Provide career awareness and opportunities in math, ELA and social studies
Provide support to students participating in local, state, national tournaments.
Participation in a supervisory role in the Palm Beach Academic Games League.
Academic tournaments are held after school on Tuesdays throughout the school year.
Provide support to over 1000 students per year participating in the PB Academic Games League.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

Specific Projects:
PB Academic Games. formed in 1973, is affiliated with the Academic Games League of America.

SECONDARY EDUCATION

Contact Info:
SNIDER, DIANA (561) 357-5943

Specific Projects:
$6,000 to pay mathematics teachers to write integrated, cross-curricular lessons

SEMINOLE RIDGE HIGH

Contact Info:
WRIGHT, KARENSA (561) 422-2716

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Job shadowing, internship or employment opportunities for students

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Primary Needs:
Awards for student performance (recognition breakfast for Reading, Academic, or Behavior Achievement
Internship opportunities in research lab facilities, science facilities, or medical facilities.
Sponsor school events (Open House, Parent Night, Senior Night)
Purchase reading/curriculum materials for courses. Particularly class sets of novels.
Club and Academy t-shirts (sponsoring business could possibly advertise on the shirt)

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

SEMINOLE TRAILS ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
KINNEY, TRACY (561) 598-7028

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Primary Needs:
Encouraging character development through support of Character Counts initiative at Seminole Trails.
Community outreach for greater parental involvement.
Donation of materials and incentives for greater student involvement.

Other:
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use

Specific Projects:
Character Counts initiative encouragement through rewards and incentives, in this case a bicycle.

SOUTH OLIVE ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
CASTRO, EVA (561) 202-0200

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings

Primary Needs:
Students participate in the Reading Counts program and BUG Award as academic incentives.
South Olive is focused on increasing parent involvement.

THE EDUCATION NETWORK

Contact Info:
SAMSON, KAY (561) 738-2791

Primary Needs:
Sponsorship for onair programs highlighting students, teachers and community events Donation of T.V

TIMBER TRACE ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
PASQUARIELLO, KATHY (561) 366-6200

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Incentives to support student learning.
Volunteers for career days.
Community speakers for parent evenings and sponsors for school projects.
We are in need of Business partners to sponsor community events for the school.
Adults who are able to assist with reading mentors hip program.
We are in need of grant funding to support various school academic programs.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
We are developing a reading mentorship program and are in need of funds to pay for books.

VOLUNTEERS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS/OFFICE OF COMMUNITY I

Contact Info:
ELFEN, DEBI (561) 434-8789

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Tutoring Services

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Job shadowing, internship or employment opportunities for students
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
We are looking for volunteers to assist in schools and lend support at various district functions.
We are looking for volunteers that can be sent to schools within our district.
We have schools that need funds for field trips, etc.
We have schools that need monies for special programs and field trips.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

Specific Projects:
We welcome donations for recognition of school coordinators and other volunteers in our district.

WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
EDWARDS, SANDRA (561) 494-1207

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Incentives to awards students for academic achievement.
Career Day
Participation on SAC
Mentoring
sponsor field trips

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

Specific Projects:
Donusts for Dads Muffins for Moms (finances) FCAT Breakfast - volunteers to help clean

WATERS EDGE COMM ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
RIVELLI-SCHREIBER, DIANNE (561) 852-2400

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Print parent newsletter (For example: PTA, PTO)
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Judge for various school events

Primary Needs:
Incentives for students reading & math programs.
Spring career day.
Monthly newsletter printing
Attend monthly meetings.
Science fair is in February.
Instructional materials for FLS.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
Technology, Garden Courtyard Upgrade, and prizes.

WELLINGTON ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
BERMUDEZ, AMY (561) 598-9325

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings
Print parent newsletter (For example: PTA, PTO)
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Primary Needs:
Provide certificates for achievement and year end ceremonies.
Print monthly Wildcat Newsletter, Family Spirit Night flyers, and provide refreshments for meetings.
Provide consumables to enhance the current curriculum.
Grants for the Music department to purchase string instruments, ukuleles, hand bells, & guitars.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

Specific Projects:
A new marquee to improve parent communication and showcase our sponsors.

WELLINGTON HIGH

Contact Info:
FORTE, CHRISTOPHER (561) 753-9455

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Job shadowing, internship or employment opportunities for students

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Judge for various school events

Primary Needs:
Prizes or coupons for students earning gains, putting extra effort into passing standardized tests.
Opportunities through our choice programs (fire academy, equestrian/vet) for students to job shadow.
Having local business's be judges for homecoming events.

Other:
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use

Specific Projects:
Rejuvenation of the athletic fields and press box. Contributions towards new scoreboard.

WELLINGTON LANDINGS MIDDLE

Contact Info:
BENNETT, BLAKE (561) 792-8105

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Tutoring Services
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Print parent newsletter (For example: PTA, PTO)
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
Funding to pay for tutoring and funding for incentive awards to help motivate students.
We are having a science STEM career day in November.
We need funding to mail PTO and student information.
We need to increase participation in SAC, PTO, and volunteers.
We are always in need of mentors.
W can use all of these.

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)
Donation of used furniture, equipment or surplus materials for classroom use
Provide grants for research on effective strategies for school improvement

Specific Projects:
We are applying for technology grants to get more computers and iPads.

WEST RIVIERA ELEMENTARY

Contact Info:
COLEMAN, MARVELLA (561) 249-1400

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Volunteer Readers
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Career day, job fair or other career awareness activity

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Co-sponsor fundraising or community service projects

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Provide education or curriculum support materials

Enhanced Learning Environment, Motivation, Dropout Prevention:
Adult role model for students (For example: mentoring)

Primary Needs:
prizes for academic achievement volenteer readers
come to career fair
fundraising
sponsor programs

Other:
Sponsorship of clubs, special programs or educational field trips (For example: museum or zoo)

Specific Projects:
safety patrol various field trips

WOODLANDS MIDDLE COMM SCHOOL

Contact Info:
SOUTHWICK, EILEEN (561) 357-0300

Increased Student Performance / Academic Achievement:
Incentive awards to recognize students for improved performance

Career Awareness and Job Preparedness:
Job shadowing, internship or employment opportunities for students
Guest speakers on career awareness topics (For example: interviewing, resumes)

Increased Parent / Community Participation:
Provision for parent workshops, or speakers at parent meetings

Involvement in Advisory Roles / Encourage Innovation:
Participation on the School Advisory Council
Participation on a PTA, PTO, or school-to-work committee

Primary Needs:
Student Recognition of Positive Behavior; rewards for students ie. gift cards, discounts, supplies.
Job site for 24 hr internship in health care occupations for 8th gr academy students.