We at FLDOE hope that you are having a terrific 2011-2012 school year. Below are three new Fabulous Resources for you and your classroom…
— A Free Innovative Classroom-Ready Media Available to Every Teacher and Student Across the state of Florida
To foster classroom innovation and engagement, PBS member stations throughout Florida have launched PBS LearningMedia(http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/), a free service for all teachers, students and families in Florida created in collaboration withPBS and WGBH, and their producing partners WNET and KET. In addition to a rich public media library, PBS LearningMedia has content contributed from other publicly funded organizations, including the National Archives, the Library of Congress and NPR, as well as content funded by NASA, the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, FLDOE and the US Department of Education, to deliver thousands of resources for use in the classroom and with home-schoolers.
Summer Counselors Needed
Circle F Dude Ranch Camp LLC, Lake Wales, is looking for summer counselors and heads of departments for this summer. Circle F has been in continuous operations for the past 60 years with an exemplary reputation.
Our summer sessions start June 10th and end August 14th. In addition, there is a one week training period which would require you to be here June 3rd or slightly earlier. The starting salary for counselor is $2,300 for a 10-week (plus 4 days) contract. Our counselors should be energetic, hard working with a positive attitude. In short we would like them to ‘bring something to the table’ to enhance the campers’ experience here at Circle F. Cabin counselors are the prime care givers for each camper and are responsible for the planning, teaching, coordinating and carrying out of activities and guiding campers in their personal growth and daily living skills during the summer. Each counselor shares a cabin for 12 with another counselor and 10 campers. The work week is 6 days and 24 hours a day.
Armed Forces History Museum Free Event
Come listen to historian Frank Laumer as he describes the “Dade’s Massacre” which became the first battle of the Second Seminole Warbattle. Laumer describes the battle “a watershed in Florida history.” Laumer is the author of two books on the battle: Massacre and Dade’s Last Command. A panel discussion will be lead by University of South Florida St. Petersburg’s Senior Scholar Dr. Gary Mormino.
Tuesday, February 21st @5:30pm
Armed Forces History Museum
Keynote Speaker: Frank Laumer, author
Panel Discussion lead by: Dr. Gary Mormino, Senior Scholar, USFSP Florida Studies