Region 3 East Central SBEs

The following school-based enterprises are operating in East Central Region 3.

For additional information on other promising practices in all areas of the state, including this region, visit our Promising Practices Transition Sites page as well as our 18-22 Year-Old Programs (Extended Transition) page.

Brevard

Fire Starters
Clearlake Education Center
Career exploration, work-based learning
Danielle Campbell | campbell.danielle@brevardschools.org
Don Frisby | frisby.don@brevardschools.org
(321) 633-3660 ext. 431
This school-based enterprise serves students that are 18-22. Students learn the basics of business through this hands-on learning opportunity. Students make fire starters for fireplaces, fire pits, and barbecue grills from recycled toilet paper and paper towel empty rolls. Each is stuffed with newspaper and then wrapped in a final piece for igniting.

Unique Treats
Career exploration, work-based learning
Danielle Campbell | campbell.danielle@brevardschools.org
Don Frisby | frisby.don@brevardschools.org
(321) 633-3660 ext. 431
This school-based enterprise serves students that are 18-22. Students learn the basics of business through this hands-on learning opportunity. Students make and bake three flavors of natural dog treats including gluten-free.

Titusville High School
Bendapens
Career exploration, work-based learning
Janice Dolan | dolan.janice@brevardschools.org
Veronica Marren | marren.mveronica@brevardschools.org
(321) 264-3100
This school-based enterprise serves students that are 18-22. Students learn the basics of business through this hands-on learning opportunity. Pen artists assemble the mold, heat and form the pliable ink tube, then clamp until cooled and set. Pens are ready for ink insertion and capping once cooled. Inventory and orders are taken daily.

Scarving Artists
Career exploration, work-based learning
Janice Dolan | dolan.janice@brevardschools.org
Veronica Marren | marren.mveronica@brevardschools.org
(321) 264-3100
This school-based enterprise serves student 18-22. Students learn the basics of business through this hands-on learning opportunity. Students hand dye 100% silk scarves using a variety of colors (tie-dyed). No two scarves are alike!

Titusville Coffee Pit
Career exploration, work-based learning
Janice Dolan | dolan.janice@brevardschools.org
(321) 264-3100
This school-based enterprise serves students that are 18-22 and receiving a Special Diploma. Students learn the basics of business and employment through this hands-on activity. The Coffee Pit serves coffee to government building staff and visitors for 4 hours per day. It is located at the County Government building and supported by a county commissioner.

Indian River

Stepping Stones
Sabastian River High School
9001 90th Avenue, Sebastian, FL 32958
Brenda Truesdale, ESE Teacher | brenda.truesdale@indianriverschools.org
Kathy Pfeffer, ESE Teacher
(772) 564-4184
Stepping Stones is a school-based enterprise project where students design and sell stepping stones to members of the school community based on customer specifications.

Pottery By Design
Vero Beach High School
1707 16th Street, Vero Beach, FL 32960
Bryan Rahal, ESE Teacher | bryan.rahal@indianriverschools.org
(772) 564-5476
Pottery by Design is a school-based enterprise developed by students who design pottery based on a commissioned/customer sell.

Snack Shack
Vero Beach High School
1707 16th Street, Vero Beach, FL 32960
Bryan Rahal, ESE Teacher | bryan.rahal@indianriverschools.org
(772) 564-5476
Snack Shack is an on-campus community-based vocational assessment (CBVE) opportunity that has school-based enterprise implications based on student readiness.

Osceola

Brewing Up A Storm
Celebration High School
1809 Celebration Blvd., Celebration, FL 34747
Heather Young | younheat@osceola.k12.fl.us
(321) 939-6600 ext. 50700
Students manage and work in a coffee business that delivers to faculty only.

The Panther Kiosk
Gateway High School
93 Panther Paw Trail, Kissimmee, FL 34744
Mrs. Frost | frostm@osceola.k12.fl.us
Mrs. McGee | mcgees@osceola.k12.fl.us
(407) 932-3600
The Panther Kiosk is open during transition periods and some lunches; we carry school supplies, small trinkets and message grams for special occasions.

Harmony High Transition
Harmony High School
3601 Arthur J. Gallagher Blvd., St. Cloud, FL 34771
Rachel Fletcher
(407) 933-9900 ext. 55613
Students make "Twisted Pens" year-round as well as rice socks and holiday gifts seasonally.

Snack Cart
Liberty High School
4250 Pleasant Hill Road, Kissimmee, FL 33896
Margaret Bookie | bookiema@osceola.k12.fl.us
(407) 933-3910 ext. 60750
Students sell 8 different pre-packaged snacks during passing periods. They also make and sell cookies.

Cakepops
4250 Pleasant Hill Road, Kissimmee, FL 34746
Cat Griffin | griffcat@osceola.k12.fl.us
(407) 933-3910
Students make cake pops to sell between class periods.

Eagle Transition Class Store
Poinciana High School
2300 S. Poinciana Blvd. Kissimmee, FL 34758
Elizabeth Price | priceliz@osceola.k12.fl.us
(407) 870-4860
Students follow a pattern and sew purses. The purses are sold to faculty and students during holidays such as Christmas, Valentine's Day and Mother's Day. We also sell ice cream on our campus.

Car Wash
Saint Cloud High School
Students work as a team and clean the inside and outside of the car. They follow a step by step plan to work complete task. We combine with some of the students in the Mild IND class to complete this job.

Brownies
2000 Bulldog Lane, Saint Cloud, FL 34769
Karen Best
(407) 891-3100 ext. 08821
Student’s follow a recipe to make brownies and chocolate chip cookies. They then sell the baked items after school to students on campus.

Orange

Twisted Pens
Boone High School
Stacey Strom | stacey.strom@ocps.net
(407) 893-7200
Pen artists assemble the mold, heat and form the pliable ink tube, then clamp until cooled and set. Pens are ready for ink insertion and capping once cooled. Inventory and orders are taken daily.

Twisted Pens
Colonial High School
Tangela Campbell | tangela.campbell@ocps.net
Pen artists assemble the mold, heat and form the pliable ink tube, then clamp until cooled and set. Pens are ready for ink insertion and capping once cooled. Inventory and orders are taken daily.

Twisted Pens
Cypress Creek High School
(407) 852 -852-3400 ext. 6032250
Akeem Bethea | akeem.bethea@ocps.net
Pen artists assemble the mold, heat and form the pliable ink tube, then clamp until cooled and set. Pens are ready for ink insertion and capping once cooled. Inventory and orders are taken daily.

After School Snack Shack
Dr. Phillips High School
Shae Jones | jeanette.jones@ocps.net
(407) 355-3200 ext. 6052825

After School Snack Shack
East River High School
(407) 956-8550 ext. 6332417
Jamie Younkin | jamie.younkin@ocps.net

After School Snack Shack
Edgewater High School
(407) 835-3900 ext. 6062140
Jannita Jones | jannita.jones@ocps.net

After School Snack Shack
Evans High School
(407)522-3400
Margo Roberts Rolle | margo.roberts-rolle@ocps.net

After School Snack Shack
Freedom High School
(407) 816-5600
Ramon Lamboy | ramon.lamboy@ocps.net

After School Snack Shack
Jones High School
(407) 835-2000 ext. 6092347
Jeffrey Washington | jeffrey.washington@ocps.net

After School Snack Shack
Lake Nona High School
(407) 956-2403 ext. 6172403
Luis Boada Davila | luis.boadadvila@ocps.net

After School Snack Shack
Oak Ridge High School
(407) 852-3200 ext. 6102326
Mark Nolan | mark.nolan@ocps.net

After School Snack Shack
Ocoee High School
(407) 905-3000 ext. 6112547
Alica DeLuca | alicia.deluca@ocps.net

After School Snack Shack
Olympia High School
(407) 905-6400 ext.6123190
Matthew Wheeler | matthew.wheeler@ocps.net

After School Snack Shack
Timber Creek High School
(321) 235-7800 ext. 6147856
Linda Fennell | linda.fernnell@ocps.net

After School Snack Shack
University High School
(407) 482-8700 ext. 2346
Carmen Greene | carmen.green@ocps.net

After School Snack Shack
Wekiva High School
(407) 905-6400 ext. 6123190
Franco Frazzetta | franco.frazzetta@ocps.net

After School Snack Shack
West Orange High School
(407) 622-2400 ext. 6162682
Patreasa Haywood | patreasa.haywood@ocps.net

School Supply Store
Winter Park High School
(407) 905-3200 ext. 6182432
Carrie Allen | carolyn.allen@ocps.net

Seminole

Bear Cave
Winter Springs High School Bear Cave
Rick Dowling, Project Coordinator | riick_dowling@scps.k12.fl.us
This school-based enterprise serves students that are 18-22 and receiving a Special Diploma. Students learn the basics of business and employment through this hands-on activity. The students working the Bear Cave sell items and deliver balloons and bears to classrooms. They also update and check inventory as well as taking an active part in selecting items to sell in the school store.

St. Lucie

Panther Café
Westwood High School
Chris Wiecks, Job Coach
This is a food cart that is at the county office building. They serve a limited breakfast menu 3 days per week. The students are in an IND self-contained setting. The students order the merchandise, go to the store to get the merchandise. Prepare anything that must be prepared. Many of the foods are pre-packaged. This enterprise has been going for 3 years.