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In addition to our Foundation programs, we are proud to support more than 30 programs and initiatives in Seminole County Public Schools that support our “A”-rated school district and have established the school district as a leader in Florida.Crooms Business Advisory Council
Crooms Business Advisory Council
The mission of the Crooms Academy of Information Technology’s Business Advisory Council is to support the goals of the school. The council provides advisory and partnership services to enable a smooth student transition into higher education and the technology workforce. The council creates awareness, facilitates growth and solicits support for the academy’s programs.
Seminole County Public Schools (SCPS) created ePathways as a symbol of its commitment that high school graduates will leave our district with meaningful diplomas and a clear pathway to high-demand, high-wage employment. SCPS graduates will have both a broad understanding of careers and enough exploration of specific interests to have a clear plan for their future.
Environmental Studies Center / Support the MudWalk 5K
The Environmental Studies Center is made possible through a partnership between the Seminole County School Board and Seminole County Board of County Commissioners along with the support of our community. This cooperative program provides students an exceptional opportunity to explore and apply their observation and sensing skills to truly appreciate their classroom studies. Students get up close and personal with their natural world and the wonders of their Florida home including the famous “filthy, fun Mud Walk.”
Families in Need (FIN)
Seminole County Public Schools homeless education program, Families In Need, provides services to ensure identified homeless children and youth have access to a free and appropriate public education by removing educational barriers due to homelessness. The objective is for students and families to reach stability as quickly as possible so they are able to return to their most important and empowering job – learning.
Great Start…Pathways to Success is a SCPS project designed to reach out to Seminole County parents of babies, birth to three, to provide information and a system of support. Great Start promotes parent education through structured play groups for parents and babies from at-risk families (defined for this program as low-income families, parents without a high school diploma and teen parents). Structured play groups focus on child development especially in the areas of vocabulary, oral language and essential early literacy skills necessary for future school success.
Midway Safe Harbor
The objective of the Midway Safe Harbor program is to enhance the regular school day through high-quality after-school programs for K-12 grade. The Harbor provides academic and personal enrichment in the core content areas of reading, mathematics and science with a focus on literacy, as well as support literacy development and other educational services to the families of regularly participating students. All services and activities provided are no cost to the students and their families as 90% of them participate in their school’s free lunch program.
School Safety and Security
Seminole County Public Schools is committed to creating positive learning environments and promoting kindness between all individuals. This is only possible by creating a safe environment through the support of our community, parents and educators.
Seminole High School Turf Field Project
To install a turf playing surface and all-weather rubberized track for our student-athletes, SHS clubs, and the Sanford Community. Our goal is to raise $1.3 million in order to complete this project during the summer of 2020.
SCPS Professional Development
The Foundation provides the community an opportunity to enhance education in Seminole County Public Schools by supporting district programs such as teacher recruitment, volunteer retention and by recognizing our high performing educators and support staff.
Young Men of Excellence
By mentoring, coaching and facilitating academic performance through proven methods of support and intervention, the Young Men of Excellence Initiative and Curriculum is helping young male students in Seminole County Public Schools overcome barriers. Working alongside teachers, counselors, families and students, this initiative seeks to enhance the social, emotional, academic and health outcomes for these students.