During Orange County Public Schools’ Teach-In 2011, Keene’s Crossing Elementary third-graders (front) Mia Greenfield, (middle, l. to r.) Cirano Nicolas, Jet Chen, Kasey Cardona, Samantha Seifert, Reina Wilson, Ethan Furner, (back, l. to r.) Kieran Toner, Robert Michaels, Izabella Pacheco, Katlynn Zapata, teacher M. Afraz Jagarnath, Angeline Dimogolou, Stephen LeFils-Miller and Hugo Simonet learn about newspaper publishing and professional photography. Not pictured: Ricky Cheng.
As part of Orange County Public Schools’ Teach-In 2011 event, guest speakers Valerie Michaels of the Southwest Orlando Bulletin and professional photographer Johnna Seifert visited Keene’s Crossing Elementary third-graders in M. Afraz Jagarnath’s class. Mrs. Michaels explained newspaper publishing, and Ms. Seifert discussed photography.
While learning about the history of Winter Garden, Lake Whitney Elementary fourth-graders in Michelle Kantor’s class tour The Edgewater Hotel and Garden Theatre in historic downtown Winter Garden.
During Orange County Public Schools’ Teach-In 2011, MetroWest Elementary fifth-grade teacher Ruthann Paul-Suess and Fifth Third Bank representative Jake Underwood co-present a check to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
During the month of October, MetroWest Elementary students collected $1,891 for Olive Garden’s Pasta for Pennies program, which benefits the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. As part of Orange County Public Schools’ Teach-In 2011, Fifth Third Bank representative Jake Underwood spoke to Ruthann Paul-Suess’ fifth-graders about checks and other banking topics, as well as helped the children with their Pasta for Pennies donation.
During Orange County Public Schools’ Teach-In 2011, Sand Lake Elementary Partners in Education Coordinator Sharese Pace (center) welcomes Marty Sherman (left), vice president of Landry’s Seafood, and T-Rex Café executive chef Vasken Jibilian.
As part of Orange County Public Schools’ Teach-In 2011 event, T-Rex Café executive chef Vasken Jibilian visited with Sand Lake Elementary fifth-graders and demonstrated how to make Ice Age Indulgence, one of the restaurant’s signature desserts. T-Rex Café is an active SLES Partner in Education.
Spring Lake Elementary students (front, l. to r.) Byron Johnson, Emily Arias, Roberto Macareno, Kaleb Shanaway, Axel Rodriguez, Ethan Pierce and Carly Keen display artwork in the Principal’s Art Gallery, installed by SLES art teacher Stephanie Miller (back). Not pictured: Ixcel Orozco.
Spring Lake Elementary students Emily Arias, Byron Johnson, Carly Keen, Roberto Macareno, Ixcel Orozco, Ethan Pierce, Axel Rodriguez and Kaleb Shanaway displayed their artwork in the Principal’s Art Gallery, which was installed by art teacher Stephanie Miller in the school’s front office.
During Thornebrooke Elementary’s Destination College tailgate party, students show their school spirit and enjoy food, music and games.
Thornebrooke Elementary’s PTO sponsored a Destination College tailgate party, where students and teachers showed school spirit by wearing their favorite college shirts. The event also included food, music and games.
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