Drum Roll Please...The College Door Design Winners are...
Much appreciation to Ms. Andrews, Ms. Athanasiadis, Ms. Beck, Ms. Betancourt, Ms. Ferguson, Ms. Hale, Ms. Speed and their students who participated in the College Week Door Decorating Competition. You and your students did an outstanding job(showed that lots of discussion and research took place). Winners will be contacted. Congratulations to:
First Place: Ms. Athanasiadis and her Economics class
Second Place: Ms. Beck and her Spanish class
Third Place: Ms. Andrews and her English class
Braggin' on a Dragon
A star is born at the Broward Education Foundation Hall of Fame Breakfast this a.m. Our Jennifer Hamilton was selected as one of 6 Hall of Famers to be inducted, 3 Educators and 3 Outstanding Community Achievers. She now has a star on the sidewalk outside of the KCW building on the corner of SE 3rd Ave and SE 6th Street. Her picture also hangs in the KCW building outside of the Board Room on the Hall of Fame Wall. Congratulations to Jen for this prestigious accomplishment and thank you for all you do in the Classroom, on the Fields and Courts and behind the scene to keep our Dragons in the positive light. Also honored was Mr. Eugene Pettis a former Dragon, Class of 1978 and now attorney in Fort Lauderdale. Dragons are breathing fire through the Ages. To learn more click this link.
Stranahan Zone Night
On Tuesday Stranahan hosted a Zone Parent Night. Family and community members had the opportunity to view the wonderful work that all feeder schools in the Stranahan Zone showcased. Schools in the Stranahan Zone are: Croissant Park Elementary, North Fork Elementary, Stephen Foster Elementary, New River Middle, Stranahan High and Seagull Alternative High School. Participants were very impressed with the wealth of information and services provided by the various schools as well as community agencies such as Unity for Teens, and Children's Services Council of Broward.Read more...
Congratulations to Shane Richardson, who was selected as a Class of 2015 Rensselaer Medalist. Over 4800 school participated in the annual Rensselaer Medal program. The Rennselaer Medal was first presented in 1916 with two purposes: to recognize the superlative academic achievement of young men and women, and to motivate students towards careers in science, engineering, and technology. The Medal is awarded promising secondary school juniors who have distinguished themselves in mathematics and science. The minimum $15,000 per year merit scholarship is guaranteed for four years for each Medalist who applies, is accepted, and chooses to enroll at Rensselaer.Read more...
Breast Cancer Awareness Program
Themes of strength, hope, family, love, power filled the program of this year's Breast Cancer Awareness assembly hosted by Stranahan's chapter of Florida Future Educators of America (FFEA) on Tuesday, October 14th, 2014.
This program set out to educate its audience about the impact Breast Cancer can have on both survivors and supporters. To this end, the program was filled with various performances such as the SHS Cheerleaders, the Girl's Step Team, Amara Psi Phi, Glee Club, Poetry Club and FFEA members of course.Read more...
Select Stranahan students who attended a presentation from Howard University's Admissions Officer, Hugh Durham, were provided with a rich history of the school as well as the admissions process and scholarship opportunities that are available. Students were able to provide Mr. Durham with copies of their transcripts for him to review and advise them of their admission potential.