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Region 2 Northeast SBEs

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The following School-Based Enterprises are operating in Northeast Region 2:


Alachua County

AQ Jones Garden

AQ Jones School
   1108 NW 7 Avenue
   Gainesville, FL 32601
     Gary Dukes
     dukesgd@gm.sbac.edu
     (352) 955-6840
High school and 18-22 year old students grow vegetables and sell them to parents, teachers and at the local downtown farmers’ market on Wednesdays.

Canes Cart
Gainesville High School
   1900 NW 13 Street
   Gainesville, FL 32609
     Cindy Harris
     harriscal@gm.sbac.edu
Canes Cart operates in the morning selling flavored coffees and small food items to students and faculty.


Baker County

Dog Treat Sales
Baker County High School
   1 Wildcat Drive
   Glen St. Mary, FL 32040
     Debbie Fowler
     dfowler@baker.k12.fl.us
High school students make and sell treats for dogs.


Bradford County

BTA School Store
Bradford-Union Technical Center
   609 North Orange Street
   Starke, FL 32901
     Julie Whiteacre
     Whiteacre.julie@mybradford.us
     (352) 316-1358
Students, 18-22, gain employment skills by running a store including tracking inventory, shopping, working a cash register, counting money, stocking, providing hospitality, etc.

Hydroponic Vegetables
Bradford-Union Technical Center
   609 North Orange Street
   Starke, FL
     William Bishop
     Bishop_b@firn.edu
Students with disabilities and other at-risk students participate in the Agriculture Science classes at the technical center. In addition to classroom activities, the students have established a school-based enterprise to sell the vegetables and ornamental plants grown in the campus hydroponic growing system or the campus greenhouse. Plants are sold at the local county fair as well as at the school’s annual “open house”.


Clay County

Dog Treats
Clay High School
   2025 Highway 16 West
   Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
     Diane Marusczak
     djmarusczak@mail.clay.k12.fl.us
High school students make and sell treats for dogs.

Sign and Banner Store
Orange Park High School 
   2300 Kingsley Avenue
   Orange Park, FL 32073
     Diane Marusczak
     djmarusczak@mail.clay.k12.fl.us
Students design and produce signs and banners for school and community events.

Refreshment Stand
Orange Park High School
   2300 Kingsley Avenue
   Orange Park, FL 32073
     Diane Marusczak
     djmarusczak@mail.clay.k12.fl.us
Students run a refreshment stand that sells beverages and food to students and faculty.

Student Lanyards
Oakleaf High School
   4035 Plantation Oaks Boulevard
   Orange Park, FL 32065
     Diane Marusczak
     djmarusczak@mail.clay.k12.fl.us
Students create and sell lanyards to be attached to required student/faculty IDs.

Cookie Sales
Oakleaf High School
   4035 Plantation Oaks Boulevard
   Orange Park, FL 32065
     Diane Marusczak
     djmarusczak@mail.clay.k12.fl.us
Students bake and sell cookies.


Dixie County

Strawberry Patch/Worm Farm
Dixie County Adult Center
   328 SE 349 Highway
   Old Town, FL 32680
     Cathy Capo
     CathyCapo@dixie.k12.fl.us
Students cultivate strawberry plants for re-sale and sell fishing worms from raised beds.


Flagler County

Bicycle Recycle Project
Flagler Palm Coast High School
   5500 East Highway 100
   Palm Coast, FL 32164
     Steve Poppe
     ppoppest@flaglerschools.com
     386-437-7540, ext. 6210
Students take in donated bicycles, research their value, repair them so that they work properly, and then resell them. 

Trash for Cash
Matanzas High School 
   3535 Old Kings Road, North
   Palm Coast, FL 32137
     Ebru Snodgrass
     Snodgrasse@flaglerschools.com
Students in Life Skills program collect materials for recycling, prepare materials (crush cans), and receive payment for recycled materials.


Hamilton County

Hamilton High School Print Shop
Hamilton High School
   5683 US Highway 129, South
   Jasper, FL  32052
     Janell Warfel
     Janell.Warfel@hamiltonfl.com
Students design and sell teeshirts for community events.


Nassau County

Dog Biscuit Sales
West Nassau High School
   1 Warrior Drive
   Callahan, FL 32011
     James Burns
     burnsja@nassau.k12.fl.us
Students make and sell dog biscuits to the community.

Dog Biscuit Sales
Yulee High School
   85375 Miner Road
   Yulee, FL 32097
     James Burns
     burnsja@nassau.k12.fl.us
Students make and sell dog biscuits to the community.

Retail Store (School Supplies and School Clothing)
West Nassau High School
   1 Warrior Drive
   Callahan, FL 32011
     James Burns
     burnsja@nassau.k12.fl.us
Students order and sell school supplies and school clothing.

Print Shop
Hilliard Middle/Senior High School
   1 Flashes Drive
   Hilliard, FL 32046
     James Burns
     burnsja@nassau.k12.fl.us
Students make signs for school functions, including large signs for community sponsors of athletic events.

Teeshirt Sales
Hilliard Middle/Senior High School
   1 Flashes Drive
   Hilliard, FL 32046
     James Burns
     burnsja@nassau.k12.fl.us
Students create and sell teeshirts for students and faculty.

Café
Hilliard Middle/Senior High School
   1 Flashes Drive
   Hilliard, FL 32046
     James Burns
     burnsja@nassau.k12.fl.us
Students create menus and sell food items in school café.

Café
West Nassau High School
   1 Warrior Drive
   Callahan, FL 32011
     James Burns
     burnsja@nassau.k12.fl.us
Students create menus and sell food items to students and faculty.

Café
Fernandina Beach High School
   435 Citrona Drive
   Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
     James Burns
     burnsja@nassau.k12.fl.us
Students create menus and sell food items to students and faculty.

Building Bird Houses
Yulee Middle School
   85439 Miner Road
   Yulee, FL 32097
     James Burns
     burnsja@nassau.k12.fl.us
Students build birdhouses for sale to the community.

Yulee High School’s Garden Project
Yulee High School
   85375 Minor Road
   Yulee, FL 32097
     Patti Langford
     Patricia.langford@nassau.k12.fl.us
Middle and high school students cultivate a plot of land where they plant, harvest, and sell vegetables.  Students have propagated additional plants to sell as house plants and cooking herbs.  Expansion to a hydroponic growing system is planned. 


Putnam County

Creative Doers
Interlachen High School
   126 North County Road 315
   Interlachen, FL 32148
     Ed Smith
     ESmith@putnamschools.org,
Creative Doers is a heat press work shop where computer generated or scanned pictures or lettering is placed on various materials. Students, ages 18-22, operate the business with support from teachers and peers.


St. Johns County

Coffee Café
R.J. Murray Middle School
   150 North Holmes Boulevard
   St. Augustine, FL 32084
     Will Butler
     butlers@stjohns.k12.fl.us
Students make coffee and related coffee products (café mocha, latte, etc.) for school staff prior to the start of school.

Greenhouse Plant Sale
St. Augustine High School
   3205 Varella Avenue
   St. Augustine, FL  32084
     Adam Ringwood
     ringwoa@st.johns.k12.fl.us
Students grow ornamental plants in a greenhouse and sell them to the community.

Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind

BAT (Building a Tradesman) 
   Randall Hancock    
   hancockr@fsdb.k12.fl.us 
This program is a Building Construction Technologies entity that services construction and wood-related projects such as making theater/stage props, rain-barrel stands, and picture frames to name a few. The students have the opportunity to gain expertise in the field by doing service-learning both outreach and on campus. The BAT program takes orders for the service rendering provided the project is within the course curriculum standards.

Cobra Corner Workforce Program 
   Rebeca Austin 
   (904) 827-2715 
   austinr@fsdb.k12.fl.us 
The Cobra Corner Workforce Program is on the job training (OJT) that allows students to gain work experience in a controlled environment, one night a week, throughout the school year. This OJT utilizes culinary skills,  operation of commercial equipment, and customer service skills. The most valuable OJT skill is learning to work as a team to develop respect, cooperation, and responsiblility. Students are trained on a commercial grill/fryer, dishwasher, and talking cash register. Students work under a night supervisor to serve staff and students from the deaf and blind departments campus wide. Students may serve over 80 students from the blind elementary and middle school, and 90 students from the blind high school. The deaf elementary, middle, and high school are also served which includes staff and students. This OJT will  provides positive role models for all students from the deaf and the blind departments.

Dragon Flowers 
   Brett Sendler 
   (904) 827-2557
   Fax: (904) 827-2543  
   sendlerb@fsdb.k12.fl.us 
Dragon Flowers is the name for the "Flower Shop" agribusiness program at the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind. Our agribusiness program started 24 years ago and we are located in Alumni Hall. We relocated to Alumni Hall in 2007 and have a "state of the art" complex with a 1,500 square foot fully automated glass greenhouse, a 1,500 square foot covered outdoor work area and a 2,000 square foot outdoor grow area with an automatic irrigation system. We are now in our 25th year of business.  We are a Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services certified nursery operation. Our school is also a registered member of the Florida Nursery, Growers and Landscape Association since 1998 and joined the “Fresh from Florida” Agricultural Promotional Campaign in 2002.

Dragon’s Lair 
   Nicolette J. Muise , Assistant Director of Food Service 
   (904)827 -2375 
   muisen@fsdb.k12.fl.us 
Dragon's Lair is a food service operation. At night students run the business, learn to read the orders, cook the food, serve the food, and run the cash register. They learn what to do in a job and what a boss expects from their employees. The skills they learn from this job could land them a job for the summer or when they leave school. We serve the deaf and blind high school one night and the deaf elementary and middle schools on the other night

Promotional Enterprises                                                                                                     Julie Stinson                                                                                                                      (904)827-2229 
   stinsonj@fsdb.k12.fl.us             
This program is designed to help students develop skills in Business operations, customer service, marketing, graphic design, and manufacturing. Students learn the skills required for careers in the custom imprinted merchandise industry. The content includes computer skills, layout, design, measurement activities, decision-making, digital imaging, sublimation, digital embroidery, direct to garment printing, and sign making activities.

Raymond’s Warehouse Workforce Program 
   Ineabelle Diaz 
   (904) 827-2815
   Diazi@fsdb.k12.fl.us 
Raymond’s Warehouse (the School Store) Workforce Program students gain experience in the retail marketing industry. The school store employees put classroom learning into actual practice to develop and refine the skills necessary to be successful members of a retail sales team.  The students receive hands-on experience in the areas of planning, purchasing and pricing of merchandise for sale at the school store and in customer service.  Their responsibilities include greeting customers as they enter the store, being friendly and professional while assisting customers, being knowledgeable about the store products, operating the cash register and handling money, working cooperatively with other team members to restock and to keep the store clean.  An additional responsibility for this school year is to learn the restrictions of the “smart snacks in schools” program to ensure enforcement. The more than 8,000 transactions during the school year provide the participants many opportunities for learning. The students also gain purchasing experience during the monthly shopping trips to Wal-Mart, Dollar Tree and Sam’s Club. 

The Candy Bar 
   Amy Mickler
   micklera@fsdb.k12.fl.us
   Dave Meharg
   mehargd@fsdb.k12.fl.us 
   (904) 827-2895  
The Candy Bar is a school based business run by our students as part of their vocational class.  We have an established customer base made up of staff here on campus and each student is assigned a route for which they are responsible weekly. On Mondays the students visit each of the customers on their route and take orders for delivery to be made on Friday mornings. Throughout the week, students are involved in taking inventory to help create a shopping list, totaling each order and packaging for delivery. Working for the Candy Bar gives students an opportunity to apply skills we teach in class, such as orientation and mobility, expressive and receptive communication, interpersonal skills, handling money, relaying messages, and employability skills.

Volusia County

Hungry Hurricanes
Hinson Middle School
   1860 North Clyde Morris Road
   Daytona Beach, FL 32117
     Cathy Galotti
     cgalotti@volusia.k12.fl.us
Students order and prepare food for sale to students and staff.

Sugar Canes
Hinson Middle School
   1860 North Clyde Morris Road
   Daytona Beach, FL 32117
     Cathy Galotti
     cgalotti@volusia.k12.fl.us
Students make and sell candy canes to students and staff.

Creekside Refreshments
Creekside Middle School
   6801 Airport Road
   Port Orange, FL 32128
     Cathy Galotti
     cgalotti@volusia.k12.fl.us
Students prepare and sell refreshments to students and staff.

Coffee Club
New Smyrna Beach High School
   1015 Tenth Street
   New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168
     Cathy Galotti
     cgalotti@volusia.k12.fl.us
Students prepare coffee to sell to students and staff.

Avon Enterprise
New Smyrna Beach High School
   1015 Tenth Street
   New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168
     Cathy Galotti
     cgalotti@volusia.k12.fl.us
Students order, sell, and distribute Avon products to students and staff.

Soup and Sides
New Smyrna Beach High School
   1015 Tenth Street
   New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168
     Cathy Galotti
     cgalotti@volusia.k12.fl.us
Students prepare soup and side dishes for sale to students and staff.

Christmas Crafts (Seasonal)
New Smyrna Beach High School
   1015 Tenth Street
   New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168
     Cathy Galotti
     cgalotti@volusia.k12.fl.us
Students create and sell holiday crafts for sale to students and staff.

Jewelry Sales
New Smyrna Beach High School
   1015 Tenth Street
   New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168
     Cathy Galotti
     cgalotti@volusia.k12.fl.us
Students create jewelry for sale to students, staff, and parents.

Food Sales
Atlantic High School
   1250 Reed Canal Road
   Port Orange, FL 32129
     Cathy Galotti
     cgalotti@volusia.k12.fl.us
Five separate businesses, operated by students in the Life Skills Program, sell iced tea, pizza, pretzels, cupcakes and coffee to students and staff during school day.

Hawk Mart
Spruce Creek High School
   801 Taylor Road
   Port Orange, FL 32127
     Cathy Galotti
     cgalotti@volusia.k12.fl.us
Students stock, maintain inventory, and sell school supplies in a school store.

Spruce Creek Laundry Service
Spruce Creek High School
   801 Taylor Road
   Port Orange, FL 32127
     Cathy Galotti
     cgalotti@volusia.k12.fl.us
Students are paid to wash athletic uniforms.

Spruce Creek Athletic Clean Up Service
Spruce Creek High School
   801 Taylor Road
   Port Orange, FL 32127
     Cathy Galotti
     cgalotti@volusia.k12.fl.us
Students are paid for providing janitorial services to the athletic department.

Java Express
Spruce Creek High School
   801 Taylor Road
   Port Orange, FL 32127
     Cathy Galotti
     cgalotti@volusia.k12.fl.us
Students prepare and sell coffee and coffee products to students and staff.

Car Wash
Mainland High School
   1255 West International Speedway Boulevard
   Daytona Beach, FL 32114
     Cathy Galotti
     cgalotti@volusia.k12.fl.us
Students wash cars for students and staff.

Courtyard Snacks
Mainland High School
   1255 West International Speedway Boulevard
   Daytona Beach, FL 32114
     Cathy Galotti
     cgalotti@volusia.k12.fl.us
Students sell snacks to students and staff in the courtyard of the school.

Crabs, Inc.
Seabreeze High School
   2700 Oleander Avenue
   Daytona Beach, FL 32118
     Cathy Galotti
     cgalotti@volusia.k12.fl.us
Students sell items related to the school mascot, the sandcrab.

Panther Paws Cafe'
Pine Ridge High School
   926 Howland Boulevard
   Deltona, FL  32728
     Fred Zollinger
     flzollin@volusia.k12.fl.us
Students prepare and sell breakfast and lunch items to faculty and staff.

Eagles' Wheels Bike Store
Heritage Middle School
   1001 Parnell Court
   Deltona, FL 32728
     Fred Zollinger
     flzollin@volusia.k12.fl.us 
Students repair and maintain bicycles for students and staff.


 

 

 

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