Student Services


2022-2023 Student Services Team



School Counselors

Leticia Kaiser
Leticia Kaiser
Professional School Counselor
Serving Students: A-Do
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Jessica Richardson
Jessica Richardson
Professional School Counselor
Serving Students: Dr-Lap
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Shamoyia Hadley
Shamoyia Hadley
Professional School Counselor
Serving Students: Lar-Ri
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Tangelia Mackey
Tangelia Mackey
Professional School Counselor
Serving Students: Ro-Z
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Assistant Principal of Instruction


Maria Schmidt-Sutton
Assistant Principal
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Academic Dean

Happi Montgomery


Happi Montgomery
Academic Dean
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College & Career Specialist


Emffany Holmes
Emffany Holmes

CCS
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504 Coordinator

Beth Palermo
Beth Palermo
504 Coordinator
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Exceptional Student Education

Laurie Scussel
Staffing Specialist
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CTE

Tameka Cox
Tameka Cox
CTE Coordinator & Dual Enrollment
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Student Services Desk

Shayna McLaughlin
Shayna McLaughlin
Records Clerk
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Teresa Smith
Registrar
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School-Home Communication

According to Section 233.058, F.S. Rules 6A-6.0902,6A- 6.0904, 6A-6.0906, 6A-6.0908, F.A.C. and section I-IV, 1990 LULAC et.al. vs. State Board of Education Consent Decree “The Florida Department of Education shall monitor regularly to ensure that all communications (written and oral) between school district boards and personnel and parents of current or former language enriched pupils are undertaken in the parents’ primary language or other modes of communication commonly used by the parents unless clearly not feasible.”

In order to meet rule requirements, established procedures must be in place at each school in order to ensure that documents such as Code of Student Conduct, bus rules, disciplinary forms, suspension letters, school newsletters, registration procedures, ELL Committee meetings, IEP meetings, and other such documents/procedures are available in the native languages of the students served at each school and that staff member(s) are available to provide interpretation/translation services.

School staff should not ask students to serve as interpreters or translators. The responsibility for ensuring home-school communication rests with school employees. Students may not be used to fulfill this requirement. All interpretation/translation efforts shall be coordinated by the school first, when assistance in a less commonly spoken language is needed, please contact the Multilingual Students Education Services Department at 407-317-3410.