FOCUS Parent Portal F.A.Q.

What is FOCUS Parent Portal?

FOCUS Parent Portal is a web-based tool for parents to monitor their student's progress throughout the school year. FOCUS Parent Portal provides the following information:

  • Attendance summaries
  • Grading and transcript summaries
  • Class assignments

Who Should Use FOCUS Parent Portal?

FOCUS Parent Portal is available to all CCPS students PK- 12. Accounts are only available to students and parents or guardians.

How do I create an account?

Contact your student's school to receive log-in information. If you have students in multiple grade levels or schools, you only need to contact one school. The FOCUS Parent Portal will link families automatically.

What happens when my child moves to another school?

FOCUS Parent Portal accounts roll over from year to year, so when your child moves from middle school to high school, you do not have to create a new account. Also, if your student moves to another school in our district, your account will be updated with the new school information.

I can't remember my password!

If you have forgotten your username or password, please contact the your student's school.

How do I log in to the FOCUS Parent Portal?

Use the following link to access the FOCUS Parent Portal once you have received your log-in information from your student's school.

https://focus.yourcharlotteschools.net

How do I use FOCUS Parent Portal?

The following tutorial video has been provided for general navigation instruction.

Click to Watch Video

Having Problems?

If you are experiencing problems with logging in, or navigating the site or if you have a question about your students information, such as grades or attendance, please contact your student's school and/or teacher.

EDIS Family Portal

Family Portal allows parents and guardians to analyze data and collaborate with teachers and administrators, all in one place, while using any device. Family Portal provides data analysis, problem solving, and collaboration in academics, behavior, attendance, interventions, and much more.

  • Family Portal automatically integrates with many data sources allowing parents and guardians to have a centralized location to access virtually anything related to their child's progress.

Easy Access

  • Located on the district website, and also accessible from the FOCUS Portal. Family members are able to log into Family Portal with the same username and password as FOCUS.
  • Family Portal collaboration features allow families to get alerts, messages, and notifications via email or text messages.
  • Family Portal provides a tool for parents and guardians to communicate in their home language. Family Portal software automatically translates all communication in Spanish, Haitian Creole, and Vietnamese.

All In One Place!

  • Math
  • English/Language Arts
  • Science
  • Writing
  • Social Studies
  • District Assessments
  • State Assessments
  • Grades
  • GPA
  • College/Career Readiness
  • Attendance
  • Behavior
  • Engagement
  • Indicators
  • Intervention Data
  • Formative
  • Assessments
  • Assignments

Parent Involvement

The Importance of Parent Involvement

The importance of parent involvement in a child's school success cannot be overemphasized. A growing body of research provides evidence that a parent's involvement in his/her child's education affects the child's academic achievement 1. Other research findings support a direct relationship between parent involvement and children's reading improvement 2. Furthermore, parent involvement requirements in federal laws such as No Child Left Behind require schools receiving federal funds to strengthen their educational partnerships with parents. Additionally, Florida's legislation on family-school partnership (1002.23 F.S.) requires school districts to provide information to parents that will help parents be more involved with their children's education.

Charlotte County Title 1 schools seek to strengthen their partnership with parents through various opportunities for parent involvement. These include such activities as participating in the Family Reading Experience at the Family Resource Centers, attending family science or math nights, providing input as members of school planning teams or School Advisory Committees, or developing school parent involvement plans.

1 Henderson, A. & Mapp, K. (2002). A New Wave of Evidence: The Impact of School, Family, and Community Connections on Student Achievement. Southwest Educational Development Laboratory. Austin, TX: National Center for Family and Community Connections with Schools.

2 Lin, Q. (2003). Research Digest: Parent Involvement and Early Literacy.


Parents Right to Know
Title I School Parent Survey Report

Family Resource Center

One of the opportunities for parents to function as partners with the school in their child's literacy development is through participation in the Family Reading Experience (FRE), formerly called the Book Checkout Program. The Family Reading Experience centers on a twice weekly book checkout activity at Title I family resource centers. A parent involvement paraprofessional operates each center. The atmosphere in the parent center is designed to be parent-friendly and encourage parent-staff and parent-child conversations. Each center is stocked with a wide variety of leveled and chapter books, including books in Spanish at schools serving Hispanic families.

Parents check out books for and with their children, depending on the child's age and learning level. Staff members give parents guidance for reading with their children, including how to help the child use reading strategies. The FRE staff also assists parents in choosing the appropriate book level for their child. As part of the experience, each child selects a "keeper" book that he or she can take home to help build a family home library.

The program has been recognized for helping parents work with their children, having received the Teacher-Parent Engagement Through Partnership award from the MetLife Foundation.

District Parent Involvement Policy

Each school year Charlotte County is required to develop a Parent Involvement Policy that guides parental involvement activities conducted in the school district.

Each Title I school has a school Parent Involvement Plan. The links will connect you to your Title 1 school's plan for activities designed to increase parental involvement.

 

Student Registration - Guidelines and Procedures

Students entering kindergarten must be five (5) years old on or before September 1st. Call the school for a registration appointment.

A parent or guardian must accompany a student under eighteen (18) years of age to register at a school. Florida law requires the following:

  1. Written proof of current residence address
    (e.g. recent utility bill, water, electric, mortgage or lease agreement).
    (A driver's license is not an acceptable proof of residency)
    Parents of students lacking a permanent or regular home are asked to complete an affidavit of residency form (Appendix 17) when they register at the school.
  2. Proof of date of birth - need one of the following:
    • Certified copy of birth certificate.
    • Baptismal certificate showing date of birth and place of baptism, with parent's sworn affidavit.
    • Insurance policy on child which has been in force at least two (2) years.
    • Bible record of child's birth with parent's sworn affidavit.
    • Passport or certificate of arrival in U.S.
    • School record, at least four (4) years prior, showing date of birth.
    • Parent's sworn affidavit accompanied by a certificate of examination from a health officer verifying the child's age.
  3. Proof of immunization - All students enrolled in the school district of Charlotte County shall be required to present a certificate of immunization for those communicable diseases for which immunization is required by the Florida Department of Health.

    Charlotte County Health Departments

    Englewood:
    6868 San Casa Rd.
    Englewood, FL 34224
    (941) 681-3750
    Port Charlotte:
    1100 Loveland Blvd
    Port Charlotte, FL 33980
    (941) 624-7200
  4. Physical exam within the previous twelve (12) months signed and dated by a physician.
  5. You should also bring:
    • Name and address of previous school(s) attended.
    • Any available information from previous school(s) such as report cards, transcripts or student participation in special programs.
    • Student Social Security Number (optional). Bring card with you, it will become student identification number. Click here for the SSN Disclosure Notice.
    • Proof of Custody. If a single parent is separated, divorced, or if other custodial situation exists, a copy of legal residential custody document will be requested.
    • If student is residing with a caregiver that does not have legal custody or student is abandoned by custodial parent, the Caregiver's Authorization Affidavit (Appendix 18) will be requested.

Controlled Open Enrollment (School Choice)

School attendance zones permit parents to enroll their children in a school other than the one to which they have been assigned. The choice must be made each year during the months of February and March. The change will become effective at the start of the next school year. Parents or guardians requesting a student reassignment at any time other than in February or March must complete an application for submittal to the District Hardship Committee. Please note that transportation is not provided for reassignment requests.

For more information or for a list of schools currently at capacity (closed), please call or email Mike Desjardins, at Charlotte County Public Schools (941) 255-0808.

February/March Controlled Open Enrollment

  • During February/March Controlled Open Enrollment, any child of school age who resides in Charlotte County may apply to attend a school out of his/her assigned attendance zone as long as that school is not at capacity enrollment.
  • The appropriate reassignment form to be completed for the February/March Controlled Open Enrollment Window is the Student Reassignment Notification form. Parents may obtain this form from any public school within the district, Murdock District Office, or the CCPS website.
  • The Student Reassignment Notification form must be submitted to obtain a student reassignment and is accepted only during the months of February/March. This is the only time that reassignment requests are guaranteed, unless school boundaries are at capacity.
  • A random lottery, to be conducted during the first two weeks of April, will be used in situations where there are more requests than available seats at a particular school.
  • Out-of-County students may not supplant In-County students at any point in the Controlled Open Enrollment process.

Controlled Open Enrollment Chart
2017 - 2018 School Year

Table Scrolls if Necessary.

School Programmatic
Capacity
Projected
Enrollment
Available
Capacity
Elementary Schools
Deep Creek 839 642 152
Kindergarten - Closed
East 817 740 57
Kingsway 659 622 None
Liberty 639 595 7
Meadow Park 767 756 None
Myakka River 633 509 111
Neil Armstrong 787 800 None
Peace River 793 631 138
Sallie Jones 681 654 None
Vineland 800 588 185
Elementary programmatic capacity numbers have been adjusted to address exceptional student education needs.
Middle Schools
L.A. Ainger 947 610 332
Murdock 818 770 31
Port Charlotte 1000 836 134
Punta Gorda 1242 1158 40
High Schools
Charlotte 1736 2068 None
Lemon Bay 1285 1175 101
Port Charlotte 1840 1554 228
Please note that student reassignment numbers are factored into the Available Capacity column.
Charter Schools
FSW Collegiate High School 415 380 35
Babcock Ranch Neighborhood School 124 112 TBD
Each charter school governing board shall determine capacity based upon its charter school contract.
  • In addition to the February/March Open Enrollment, parents of kindergarten students have the option of Controlled Open Enrollment by completing a Student Reassignment Notification form during Kindergarten Round-up during the months of April/May.
  • If a high school student is reassigned, it must be in accordance with the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) rules. Student athletes will be asked to complete an "Affidavit of Compliance with the FHSAA Policy on Athletic Recruiting".
  • Upon recommendation of the principals and the review and approval of the Hardship Committee, a student may be returned to the assigned school in his/her attendance area at the beginning of the next grading period for the following reasons: discipline and/or attendance problems; other changes in circumstances. (School Board Rule 5120)
February/March Controlled Open Enrollment Guidelines

Enrollment For Months Other Than February/March

  • School attendance zones permit parents to enroll their children in a school other than the one to which they have been assigned. The choice must be made each year during the months of February/March and will become effective at the start of the next school year.
  • Parents or guardians requesting a student reassignment at any time other than in February/March must complete an application for submittal to the District Hardship Committee.
  • During any month except February/March, parents may submit an Application for Student Reassignment if they wish to move their child to a school outside their district as long as that school is not at capacity enrollment.
  • Parents new to the county who missed the February/March Open Enrollment period and choose an out-of-district school for the next school may apply.
  • Parents must always start the reassignment process at the school of residence.
  • No child will be reassigned to a school that is at capacity.
  • Parents may obtain an Application for Student Reassignment from any school, Murdock District Office, or CCPS Website.
  • The Application for Student Reassignment must be submitted to the Office of the Director of Student Services for review by the Hardship Committee.
  • The principal of your child's assigned school must sign the Application for Student Reassignment in the space referred to as Sending Principal.
  • After obtaining the Sending Principal's signature, parents must obtain the signature of the principal of the school which is being requested, referred to as Receiving Principal.
  • Students will be able to change schools after the Hardship Committee's approval at the start of the next grading period.

In-County Reassignments

Students residing within Charlotte County may, subject to the policies and procedures of the School Board, attend any school within the District under the procedures outlined in the reassignment request form. The School District shall have full and complete authority in the matter of the assignment and placement of students in educational programs.

In-County Reassignment Application

Athletic participation will be governed by the rules of the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA). Click here to fill out the application of compliance regarding athletic recruiting (GA4).

Out-Of-County Reassignments

Students residing outside of Charlotte County may, subject to the policies and procedures of the School Board, apply for reassignment under the procedures outlined in the Out-of-County application.

Out-Of-County Reassignment Application

February/March Controlled Open Enrollment Guidelines

In-County Reassignments:

If your student is currently on reassignment to a school other than his/her assigned geographic school, you no longer have to renew each February/March. Your student will remain on that school's roster until your student has completed the highest grade level offered at that school.

During these months, you may select any school in our district as your student's home school as long as that school is not at capacity enrollment. If you decide to select a school other than your assigned geographic school for your student to attend, be careful to note that transportation will not be provided.

We have some schools that are closed to this reassignment option as they are currently at capacity enrollment. The schools and grades currently at capacity are listed below.

Controlled Open Enrollment Chart
2017 - 2018 School Year

Table Scrolls if Necessary.

School Programmatic
Capacity
Projected
Enrollment
Available
Capacity
Elementary Schools
Deep Creek 839 642 152
Kindergarten - Closed
East 817 740 57
Kingsway 659 622 None
Liberty 639 595 7
Meadow Park 767 756 None
Myakka River 633 509 111
Neil Armstrong 787 800 None
Peace River 793 631 138
Sallie Jones 681 654 None
Vineland 800 588 185
Elementary programmatic capacity numbers have been adjusted to address exceptional student education needs.
Middle Schools
L.A. Ainger 947 610 332
Murdock 818 770 31
Port Charlotte 1000 836 134
Punta Gorda 1242 1158 40
High Schools
Charlotte 1736 2068 None
Lemon Bay 1285 1175 101
Port Charlotte 1840 1554 228
Please note that student reassignment numbers are factored into the Available Capacity column.
Charter Schools
FSW Collegiate High School 415 380 35
Babcock Ranch Neighborhood School 124 112 TBD
Each charter school governing board shall determine capacity based upon its charter school contract.

Out-of-County Reassignments:

It is time to complete an Out-of-County Reassignment form if you would like for your child to continue attending a Charlotte County Public School for the 2017-2018 school year. Out of County Reassignments are granted through the completion of the highest grade level offered at each school site.

You must also contact the school district office of your home county (Sarasota, Lee, or DeSoto) complete their form and obtain permission for your child to attend school in Charlotte County. For your convenience the contact numbers of other school districts are listed below:

  • DeSoto County: (863) 494-4222
  • Lee County: (239) 337-8247
  • Sarasota County: (941) 927-9000
Once permission is obtained from your home county, attach a copy of the reassignment/release form to the Charlotte County Out-of-County Reassignment Application. Please take the Charlotte County Out-of-County Reassignment Application form to the school you have requested for your child to attend and obtain the principal's signature. Once the principal of the requested school has signed the form, please return the completed reassignment forms to:

Charlotte County Public Schools
Student Services Department
1445 Education Way
Port Charlotte, FL 33948

Forms

Reassignment forms are available at any Charlotte County Public School or the Charlotte County Public Schools Murdock Center located at the address above. You may also download a form from one of the following links.

If you have any questions or need assistance with the reassignment process, please contact the Student Services office at (941) 255-0808, Ext. 3005.

Registration Forms

If you are looking for a form that is not here, please contact Kelli Christiansen in School Support at 941-255-0808 ext 3073.

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Appendix Form Spanish Version French Version
Free and Reduced Lunch Application - -
1 What to Bring for Registration (En Español) (En français)
2 Registration Checklist (En Español) (En français)
3 Foreign Exchange Student Registration Checklist (En Español) (En français)
4 Student Registration Form PK-Adult
(SSN Disclosure Notice)
(En Español) -
5 Registration Disclosure Form (En Español) (En français)
6 Address Verification Affidavit - -
6a Address Verification Affidavit (Sarasota) (En Español) -
7 Immunization Requirements - -
8 Physical Exam Requirements and Procedures (En Español) (En français)
10text Emergency Card - -
10a Emergency Card - -
10a VES Emergency Card - -
11 Parent/Guardian/Caregiver Consent Form (En Español) (En français)
12 Student Records Request - -
13 Limited Power of Attorney (En Español) (En français)
14 Acceptance of Limited Power of Attorney Educational Guardianship Affadavit (En Español) (En français)
15 Incomplete Registration Reminder Letter (En Español) (En français)
16 Out-of-County Reassignment Application (En Español) (En français)
16a In-County Reassignment Application (En Español) -
17 Affidavit of Non-Permanent/Regular Residential Status (En Español) -
18 Caregiver's Authorization Affidavit (En Español) (En français)
19 Permission for Release/Exchange of Student Records - -
20 Head Start/Early Head Start Partnership Agreement (En Español) -
21 Head Start/Early Head Start Health Letter (En Español) -
22 Head Start/Early Head Start Family Assessment (En Español) -
23 Elementary School In-County Withdrawal Checklist (En Español) -
24 Elementary School Withdrawal Form
Available on FOCUS
(En Español) -
25 Middle School/High School Withdrawal Form
Available on FOCUS
(En Español) -
26 Exit Interview Process - -
27 Academy Retrieval Form (En Español) -
28 Absence Letter (En Español) -
29 Exit Interview Student Survey (En Español) -
30 Notice of Placement/Transportation Denial - -
31 Instructions for Written Notification of Placement/Transportation Denial - -
32 Dispute Resolution Appeal Form - -
33 Bus Pass-Available on Web (En Español) -
34 School Registration Information for Children Under DCF Care (En Español) -
35 McKinney-Vento School Placement - -
Documentation for Change in Schools Without Student Record - -

Homework Help

Use the following resources to help you in your studies. If you have additional questions about a subject, talk to your teacher; she or he would love to help you!

Language Arts

Available Tutors (c): Cell Phone; *Paraprofessional

Name Phone Number Subject Area Level Fee / Hour
Melissa Abreu 203-994-6124 Rdg/LA/Math K-5 $30
Stephanie Adler 941-204-1043 Rdg/Math K-3 $25
Chris Albers 314-620-3464 Math/Algebra MS/Algebra I $30/$40
Maria Alumbaugh 239-849-6207 Science 5-9 $30
Brenda Baccelliere 516-473-3597 Rdg/Math K-5 $25
Coleen Beisner 941-575-5450 x1808 AP World History 9-12 $30
Shannon Bisson 941-268-7044 Social Studies 6-12 ?
Karen Bradshaw 941-255-7590 All Subjects K-3 $35
Pat Burke 941-764-0318 Rdg/Writing/Math K-5 $35
Mary Capitelli 941-456-1572 Math/Rdg 1-6 $25
Jerry Clark 863-244-4158 Algebra I 8 ?
Julie Clark 941-661-0852 Science MS/HS $30
Galina Clarke 334-267-1112 Chem/Bio/Ana/ Elem. $35
Env. Science $35
Colette Combs 941-740-0214 French/German/ K-12 $35/$40
Norwegian $35/$40
Melissa Crowder 941-740-0160 All Subjects K-5 $25
Nancy Cummings 941-380-0405 All Subjects D-5 $25
Nancy Dillon 941-676-2090 LA/Math K-5 $25
Chris Drummer 321-356-5227 Math 9-12 $25
Nan Fetzer * 941-662-9253 Rdg K-5 $20
Stephanie Gentile 713-899-8083 Math 6,7 $50
Rozanne Gorley 203-631-9409 LA/Math K-3 $25
Trista Grossnicklaus 386-216-8442 All Subjects K-12 $25/$30
Amy Hagerty 941-815-0529 Algebra I, II, Trig/ $30
Math Analysis $30
Melanie Hoff 765-792-0154 Math/Pre Calculus 1-12 $30
Rob Hoff 765-792-1019 Math/Algebra I, II 6-12 $30
Geometry 6-12 $30
Terri Hughes 941-833-0005 English/Rdg/SAT/Act 9-12 $40
Michael Jennings 941-268-7489 Math 9-12 $50
Michele Johnson 616-893-6713 Rdg/Writing/Math 3-5 $25
Jessica Kapp 412-335-2811 Science 6-8 $25
Biology 9-12 $25
Kristina Kelch 941-270-1415 Rdg/Math/Science K-5 $25
Jeana Kukuk* 941-916-2948 Rdg K-5 $25
Pamela Lathers 720-205-1714 Rdg/Math 1-5 $30
Kimberly Lawson 941-586-9117 Rdg/Math 1-5 $30
Kris Lefley 616-340-7831 Math 3-5 $25
Amanda Lockhart 941-763-9050 All Subjects K-5 $30
Lori Lynch 941-628-8805 Rdg/Math K-5 $30
Jeanne Marquez 941-661-9152 Spanish Spanish I - AP
Lauren Miller 201-725-4196 All Subjects K-2 $25
Caroline Mohnl* 941-276-0302 Rdg/Math/LA K-3 $25
David Perrin 603-809-8793 Math 6-9 $25
Naas Portillo* 941-539-9491 Math/Rdg K-5 $20
Matina Pulliam 941-268-8905 Social Studies 9-12 $30
Adriana Rasmussen* 503-841-1411 Spanish/Portuguese/ K-12 $25
English Pre K - K $25
Aja Richter 941-875-0911 Elem. Ed. K-6 $30
Alicia Schwartz 941-391-0620 AP-Honors Chemistry 9-12 $75
Honors Physics $75
Michele Smith 941-716-1467 All Subjects 5-9 $30
Amber Taylor 850-443-5270 All Subjects 3 $20
Samantha Ulrich 941-286-3539 All Subjects K-3 $25
Kathy Warren 941-412-6405 Math/Rdg/LA K-10 $30
Dan Yoder* 941-875-1626 All Math/Science 7-12 $25

Out of Field Teachers List

Last Name First Name School Subject Out-Of-Field Effective Date
Abreu Melissa VES ESOL 8/4/2016
Adams Heidi LAM ESOL 8/4/2016
Atherholt Eric PRES ESOL 7/6/2016
Baermann Kim PCHS English 8/4/2016
Ballard-Richardson Sarah MPES ESOL 8/4/2016
Barber Jaime PCMS Guidance 11/14/2016
Beamesderfer Paige LBHS Reading 8/4/2016
Behling Gaylin PGMS Middle Grades Science 2/17/2017
Bernicchi Michael Academy Reading 8/4/2016
Bittner Mike LAM Business, PE 8/4/2016
Blaine Thomas PCMS English, ESOL 8/4/2016
Blanchette Jennifer Academy Art 8/4/2016
Booher Rory PGMS Business 8/4/2016
Bowie Leighton PCHS Elementary Education 8/4/2016
Brewer Sarina PGMS Math,Science,Soc.St. 8/4/2016
Bruno Sharon PGMS Business 8/4/2016
Campbell Serena PRES ESOL 7/6/2016
Cooper Marianne LAM English,Math,Science,Soc.St. 8/4/2016
Carville Doug AMI Kids Chemistry, Math 6-12, Middle Grades Science, Reading 3/6/2017
Curry Carol MPES ESOL 8/4/2016
Daly John Harbor Chemistry 8/4/2016
Debus Jarret PCHS Math, Science 8/4/2016
DeGaeta James CHS Biology, Middle Grades Math 2/17/2017
Dillmore Carrie PRES Gifted 7/6/2016
Djak Erin PGMS Business 8/4/2016
Ellis Rebecca PRES ESOL 7/6/2016
Evans Januari PGMS English, Math 8/4/2016
Funk Kelly PGMS Math, Science 8/4/2016
Galeone Cindy LAM Business 2/17/2017
Gentile Stephanie MUM Math 8/4/2016
Gentrup Samantha MUM ESOL 8/4/2016
Golonka Lesli PRES Gifted 7/6/2016
Gomes William PCHS Elementary Education 8/4/2016
Hall Christina PGMS Business 8/4/2016
Henry Tommy PCHS ESE 8/4/2016
Ivankovic Toni Academy English, Reading 8/4/2016
Johnstone Leah LAM Art, Business 8/4/2016
Jones Derek PCMS Reading 2/17/2017
Jones Heather NAES Pre/K-Primary 2/17/2017
Jurowicz Kristen LES ESOL 8/4/2016
Karr Elizabeth LAM Business 8/4/2016
Kirkpatrick Kim NAES Elementary 8/4/2016
Laplume Cassandra LAM Gifted 8/4/2016
Laskowski Beth FSCH Reading 8/4/2016
Lathers Jim SJES ESOL 7/6/2016
Lattanzio Jessica MPES PreK ESE, ESOL 8/4/2016
Lowicz Jamie LBHS English,Math,Science 8/4/2016
Marsh Tara NAES Gifted 8/4/2016
Mashburn Heather PCMS ESOL 8/4/2016
McCaffrey Arlene EES ESOL 7/6/2016
McGee Selda PCMS Business 8/4/2016
McIntosh Brittany PCHS English 8/4/2016
Messina Michael LBHS English, Reading 8/4/2016
Morris Philip Harbor Elementary, Middle Grades Math, Middle Grades Science, Social Studies 2/17/2017
Morris Shana PRES ESOL 7/6/2016
Nayden Pamela SJES ESOL 7/6/2016
Nevarez Jennifer PRES ESOL 7/6/2016
O'Leary James PCHS Reading 8/4/2016
Obando Christy PGMS Business 1/19/2017
Perrin Dave MUM Science 8/4/2016
Polk Jeannine PRES Gifted 7/6/2016
Richards BJ PGMS Gifted 8/4/2016
Rivera Gregory LBHS English, Reading, Science 8/4/2016
Rivero Lisa LES ESOL 8/4/2016
Roberts Sherry VES ESOL 8/4/2016
Sagarese Ed Harbor Social Studies 8/4/2016
Saxton Michael LBHS Music 8/4/2016
Schmidt Blake FSCH Social Studies 8/4/2016
Schubauer Michelle MMS Science 1/17/2017
Schwartz Sarah DCES ESOL 8/4/2016
Smyser Lee PCMS Business 11/14/2016
Southwell Don LBHS Math 6-12 8/4/2016
Spelman Kayla LAM Business 2/17/2017
Stanley James AMI English, PE, Reading 8/4/2016
Stefanik Cara MUM ESE 8/4/2016
Sterbutzel Julianne NAES Guidance 2/27/2017
Strickland Jacquelyn LBHS Chemistry 8/4/2016
Trealout Thomas LBHS Math 6-12 8/4/2016
Underhill Eliot Harbor English,Math,Science,Soc.St., Business, Reading 8/4/2016
Vogt Rachel LAM Business 2/17/2017
Ward Sandra PRES Gifted 7/6/2016
Welton Orinda PGMS Business 8/4/2016
Wheeler Zachary MUM Math 8/4/2016
White Wendy PCHS Chemistry 3/20/2017
Wideikis Karisa EES Guidance 7/5/2016
Ziegler Roberta PGMS Business 8/4/2016

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