iRecognition Reports

Elementary Schools

School NameLanguajeDateA16 STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IncreaA17 INCREASE ACCELERATION RATEA18 EARLY LEARNING – K2 DATA DA19 DIGITAL INNOVATION CertifyA20 STEAM EDUCATION Maintain A21 TECHNICAL COLLEGE ACCESS A22 POST SECONDARY – MANUFACTUA23 PROFESSIONAL LEARNING - INC1 COLLEGE, CAREER, LIFE READIC2 PARENT AND FAMILY ENGAGEMENC3 SAFE AND SECURE ENVIRONMENTC4 WORKFORCE RECRUITMENT IncreC5 EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT Engage C6 TALENT DEVELOPMENT IncreaseC7 FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY MaintL8 ELEMENTARY CONNECT FOR SUCCL9 MIDDLE SCHOOL CONNECT FOR SL10 HIGH SCHOOL CONNECT FOR SUL11 STUDENT LEADERSHIP IncreasL12 PROFESSIONAL LEARNING PATHL13 PREPARE FOR ACCREDITATION L14 FUTURE READY COLLIER DevelL15 OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE DeUnaligned - Superintendent's E
Everglades City Congratulations to Everglades City School’s (EVG) Lady Gators middle school volleyball team for bringing home the 2022 Babcock Middle School Volleyball Invitational Championship last Saturday! The Gators went 3-0 during the tournament to win the championship! These girls are following the three Golden Rules of Volleyball: (1) Respect each other, (2) Respect the game, and (3) Respect the officials. #CCPSProud Sep 16 2022                1       
Everglades City Also from EVG…the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) announced its 2022-2023 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, which included EVG’s Katherine Collins! Katherine is a member of her school’s volleyball and softball teams, advisory council, and student government. She also serves on the Make-A-Wish Southern Florida Youth Leadership Committee. In her freshman year, Katherine created an online tutoring program for Algebra. Now a junior, Katherine’s goal is to create awareness programs for cyberbullying in an effort to promote good sportsmanship between schools. Congratulations, Katherine!Sep 16 2022                 1      
Lely Elementary Lely Elementary School would like to thank ELL tutor Garry Severe for always being the “Face of Lely!” Every morning, he greets staff, parents, and students with a smile, and every afternoon, he waves goodbye with a smile. During the day, he is always positive, smiling, and welcoming to everyone. We appreciate you, Mr. Garry!Sep 16 2022         1   1          
Manatee Elementary Students at Manatee Elementary School (MES) recently participated in amazing grade-level assemblies to celebrate the school’s accomplishment of achieving an “A” school grade! At MES, students know that “Success is as easy as A,B,C…” and each class and staff member is part of either the “accountability, belief, or collaboration” house. Friendly competition among the houses as they competed in the “A” Games, along with some leadership learning opportunities, made this a fun event for all! The assemblies ended with a guessing game of things that started with the letter “A” and each student received their own mini apple pie! Check out the video of this awesome event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-6e53W0LJw. Sep 16 2022                        
Pinecrest Elementary Pinecrest Elementary School would like to give a big shout-out to school counselor Ashleigh Dean for singlehandedly organizing more than 600 students into more than 50 individualized student leadership teams! Her efforts ensure that the students and staff begin the year prepared and organized, ready to lead the way. Thank you, Mrs. Dean, for setting your Eagles up for success!Sep 16 2022             1 1        
Village Oaks Elementary Village Oaks Elementary School (VOE) would like to thank Frank Ramirez for being its guest SST on the first day of PM testing. A thank you is also in order for the district’s Technology department for being proactive in its assistance to our schools and for lending Frank to VOE for the day. The extra support is greatly appreciated! Sep 16 2022             1          
Village Oaks Elementary VOE thank you to coaches Emily Parlier and Sabrina Dieuvelhomme for setting up field trips for the students this year so they can get back out into the world! These field-trip experiences are incredibly valuable to the students, and we appreciate the hard work and organization you put into making this happen.Sep 16 2022             1 1        
Village Oaks Elementary VOE also had its first successful Sharpen the Saw Celebration! During the celebration, students had the option of playing bingo, building with Legos, drawing with chalk, shooting some hoops, participating in STEM activities, and so much more. A huge thank you goes to Mrs. Rossdale for coordinating all the activities!Sep 16 2022               1  1     
Village Oaks Elementary VOE’s recess supervisors would like to thank the PE coaches for providing equipment for the recess field and helping to organize some games for the children. The students have really enjoyed the new games!Sep 16 2022               1        
Village Oaks Elementary VOE thank you to Megan York for helping to make the VOE Family photo wall a reality! Megan not only took photos and framed them, but also worked tirelessly to find a way to get them to stay up on the walls. What an amazing way to welcome students each day! Thank you, Ms. York, for your dedication to this project.Sep 16 2022         1              
Calusa Park Elementary Calusa Park Elementary School (CPE) would like to give a shout-out and special thank you to its IBI2 team! This team has been short on members and has pulled together to support each other and stand strong. CPE would also like to thank the ESE department for always going above and beyond to support our schools. Great job to the entire Black Bear family!Sep 16 2022        1    1 1        
Calusa Park Elementary ESE coordinator Brett Nelson wrote in to express his appreciation for CPE’s IBI staff, specifically Chi Dumas: “Chi Dumas is a tremendous asset for CCPS. During my time at CPE over the past few weeks, Chi has proven to be a valuable thought partner and a relentless advocate for her students. She radiates positive energy to those around her and is a team player when it comes to supporting students throughout all of the IBI programs at CPE. In the classroom, Chi consistently delivers high academic and behavioral expectations for her students. Everyone benefits from having a teacher like Chi in their building.” Thank you, Brett, for sharing, and thank you, Chi, for bringing that positive energy to the school and your students!Sep 16 2022             1          
Calusa Park Elementary Many thanks to Courtney Ward and Marilyn McLaughlin at CPE for planning and delivering the school’s Parent Involvement training presentation for staff! CPE greatly appreciates its teacher leaders for the support they provide to students and staff.Sep 16 2022         1   1          
Poinciana Elementary Poinciana Elementary School (PES) would like to give a huge thank you to Gulf Community Church for donating school supplies and volunteers for its Meet the Teacher event, Trinity Commercial Group for donating 125 backpacks full of school supplies, and JH Cellular Franchise of Verizon for boxes full of backpacks with supplies! The school is so grateful for the kind and generous groups which help to provide students with basic needs. PES would also like to give a special shout-out to three brothers - Jose, Anthony, and Bryan - who are former PES students who donate their time every year to help at the event. Wonderful!Sep 09 2022         1           1  
Osceola Elementary Osceola Elementary School (OES) would like to give a special thank you to Barron Collier High School’s JROTC, Chief Hipolito Medina, and Corporal Vila for training its fourth/fifth-grade flag patrol. OES students were taught proper flag protocol when raising and lowering the American flag. Thank you for being wonderful role models for our students!Sep 09 2022               1        
Lavern Gaynor The leaders at Lavern Gaynor Elementary School (LGE) are on an EPIC Adventure! The entire school joined together for a Raise the Grade Rally to celebrate the increase of its school grade. The Student Lighthouse Team, led by Mrs. Golden and Mrs. Ramsey, helped introduce the school’s new WIGs, and students were showered with confetti as it was announced that LGE Leaders will go from zero iReady Reading lessons passed to 23,000 iReady Reading lessons passed by May 22, 2023—that’s right, 23,000 lessons in the year 2023! Now that’s EPIC!Sep 09 20221              1        

Middle Schools

School NameLanguajeDateA16 STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IncreaA17 INCREASE ACCELERATION RATEA18 EARLY LEARNING – K2 DATA DA19 DIGITAL INNOVATION CertifyA20 STEAM EDUCATION Maintain A21 TECHNICAL COLLEGE ACCESS A22 POST SECONDARY – MANUFACTUA23 PROFESSIONAL LEARNING - INC1 COLLEGE, CAREER, LIFE READIC2 PARENT AND FAMILY ENGAGEMENC3 SAFE AND SECURE ENVIRONMENTC4 WORKFORCE RECRUITMENT IncreC5 EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT Engage C6 TALENT DEVELOPMENT IncreaseC7 FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY MaintL8 ELEMENTARY CONNECT FOR SUCCL9 MIDDLE SCHOOL CONNECT FOR SL10 HIGH SCHOOL CONNECT FOR SUL11 STUDENT LEADERSHIP IncreasL12 PROFESSIONAL LEARNING PATHL13 PREPARE FOR ACCREDITATION L14 FUTURE READY COLLIER DevelL15 OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE DeUnaligned - Superintendent's E
Everglades City Congratulations to Everglades City School’s (EVG) Lady Gators middle school volleyball team for bringing home the 2022 Babcock Middle School Volleyball Invitational Championship last Saturday! The Gators went 3-0 during the tournament to win the championship! These girls are following the three Golden Rules of Volleyball: (1) Respect each other, (2) Respect the game, and (3) Respect the officials. #CCPSProud Sep 16 2022                1       
Everglades City Also from EVG…the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) announced its 2022-2023 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, which included EVG’s Katherine Collins! Katherine is a member of her school’s volleyball and softball teams, advisory council, and student government. She also serves on the Make-A-Wish Southern Florida Youth Leadership Committee. In her freshman year, Katherine created an online tutoring program for Algebra. Now a junior, Katherine’s goal is to create awareness programs for cyberbullying in an effort to promote good sportsmanship between schools. Congratulations, Katherine!Sep 16 2022                 1      
Oakridge Middle Oakridge Middle School (OMS) is proud to announce that two of its orchestra students were selected as winning recipients of the Haegg Award! The Haegg Foundation partnered with the Music Foundation of Greater Naples to select five students for the scholarship award. Winners will receive FREE private lessons with a member of Artis—Naples on a weekly basis throughout the year. This scholarship is renewable throughout middle school and can even continue into high school! Please congratulate violinist Isaac Garatejo and violist Troy Nguyen for all their hard work.Sep 16 2022    1           1       

High Schools

School NameLanguajeDateA16 STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IncreaA17 INCREASE ACCELERATION RATEA18 EARLY LEARNING – K2 DATA DA19 DIGITAL INNOVATION CertifyA20 STEAM EDUCATION Maintain A21 TECHNICAL COLLEGE ACCESS A22 POST SECONDARY – MANUFACTUA23 PROFESSIONAL LEARNING - INC1 COLLEGE, CAREER, LIFE READIC2 PARENT AND FAMILY ENGAGEMENC3 SAFE AND SECURE ENVIRONMENTC4 WORKFORCE RECRUITMENT IncreC5 EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT Engage C6 TALENT DEVELOPMENT IncreaseC7 FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY MaintL8 ELEMENTARY CONNECT FOR SUCCL9 MIDDLE SCHOOL CONNECT FOR SL10 HIGH SCHOOL CONNECT FOR SUL11 STUDENT LEADERSHIP IncreasL12 PROFESSIONAL LEARNING PATHL13 PREPARE FOR ACCREDITATION L14 FUTURE READY COLLIER DevelL15 OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE DeUnaligned - Superintendent's E
Barron Collier High Here is a special story of kindness coming out of Barron Collier High School’s L.I.F.E. Program….Connor, a student in the program, recently earned $100 for watching his neighbor’s dog. He decided he wanted to donate the money to his classroom’s Barron Beanery account. The school reached out to his mom to be sure she was aware of Connor’s intentions and found that she was in full support. What a wonderful young man!Sep 16 2022                 1      
Everglades City Congratulations to Everglades City School’s (EVG) Lady Gators middle school volleyball team for bringing home the 2022 Babcock Middle School Volleyball Invitational Championship last Saturday! The Gators went 3-0 during the tournament to win the championship! These girls are following the three Golden Rules of Volleyball: (1) Respect each other, (2) Respect the game, and (3) Respect the officials. #CCPSProud Sep 16 2022                1       
Everglades City Also from EVG…the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) announced its 2022-2023 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, which included EVG’s Katherine Collins! Katherine is a member of her school’s volleyball and softball teams, advisory council, and student government. She also serves on the Make-A-Wish Southern Florida Youth Leadership Committee. In her freshman year, Katherine created an online tutoring program for Algebra. Now a junior, Katherine’s goal is to create awareness programs for cyberbullying in an effort to promote good sportsmanship between schools. Congratulations, Katherine!Sep 16 2022                 1      
Naples High Congratulations to Naples High School teacher Naomi Rothring for being featured in Gulfshore Business’ 40 Under 40! The September publication highlights 40 local individuals from all different industries: “The drive to succeed, the passion to pursue their dreams, the caring and commitment to improve the quality of life for all of us—these young members of our Southwest Florida community are true inspirations, and it’s our pleasure to shine a spotlight on this year’s 40 Under 40. They’ve earned it.”Sep 16 2022             1          
Barron Collier High Great job to the LIFE program at Barron Collier High School for officially opening the Barron Beanery! The Barron Beanery is a coffee business run by students in the school’s LIFE program with support from staff. I bet everyone is enjoying the efforts! Sep 09 2022                 1      
Lely High Lely Elementary School wishes to thank the Lely High School drum line and cheerleaders for helping to celebrate the improvement of its school grade. The younger students were completely in awe by the performance!Sep 09 2022               1 1      
L. Walker Technical High School Lorenzo Walker Technical High School is very proud of the following students for their superior performance on the AP Spanish language and culture exam: Camila Fernandez, David Montoya, Diego Reyes Martinez, Emily Garces, and Lilia Sanchez Contreras. The school would also like to recognize Victoria Smith and Xaria Boatswain who scored in the top 10% on the PSAT/NMSQT®, PSAT™ 10. All of these amazing students have earned national recognition by the College Board for their academic achievements. Congratulations!Sep 09 202211               1