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Region 5 South SBEs

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The following School-Based Enterprises are operating in South Region 5:


Broward County

Metamorphosis and Who’s Who in Florida Transition
Atlantic Technical Center, Career Placement Services
   4700 Coconut Creek Parkway
   Coconut Creek, FL 33063
   Debra Oistacher
     (754) 321-5217
     debra.oistacher@browardschools.com
Students involved in the Career Placement Services with the Florida Division on Career Development and Transition (FL-DCDT) to promote and implement “Who’s Who in Florida Transition.”  Students developed the award design and process orders, from phone calls to mailing the awards and accompanying materials.


Charlotte County

Pirate Gifts
Port Charlotte High School
   18200 Cochran Blvd.
   Port Charlotte, FL 33948
     Justine Micallizzi
     (941) 255-7485
     Justine_Micallizzi@ccps.k12.fl.us
A mini-grant from the Suncoast for Kids Foundation was used to start this SBE where students create and sell tile plaques. Students developed the budget and a marketing plan and continue to track expenses and profits.  The business involves work skills as well as reading and math skills for the students.


Collier County

Beacon High School Project 10 Store
Beacon High School
   3710 Estey Avenue
   Naples, FL 34101
     Rob Avola
     avolaro@collier.k12.fl.us
Students in the Career Research class operate a store for Beacon High School students and staff. Proceeds are used to support incentives given to students through the school wide Positive Behavior Support (PBS) program.


Miami-Dade County

Bronco Express
Homestead Senior High School   
   2351 SouthEast 12th Avenue 
   Homestead, FL 33034
      Elaine Abreau
      eabreu@dadeschools.net
Students prepare and sell cookies and coffee.

Buckaneers Bakery
South Dade Senior High School
   28401 SouthWest 167th Avenue
   Miami, FL 33030
     Roxie Hernandez
     rhernandez@dadeschools.net
Students prepare and sell cookies.

Cool Bean Café 
Hialeah-Miami Lakes Senior High School
   7977 West 12th Avenue
   Hialeah, FL 33014
   (305) 823-1330
Students prepare and sell café con leche and Cuban toast. 

Club Life
American Senior High School
   18350 NorthWest 67th Avenue
   Hialeah, FL 33015
   (305) 557-3770
Students prepare and sell bagels with cream cheese. 

Exceptional Design
American Senior High School
   18350 North West 67th Avenue
   Hialeah, FL 33015
   (305) 557-3770
Students prepare and sell business cards.

Falcon Express
John A. Ferguson Senior High School
   15900 SouthWest 56th Street
   Miami-Dade, FL 33185
   (305) 408-2700
Students prepare and sell cookies and café con leche.

Gator Bucks Café
Barbara Goleman School
   14100 NorthWest 89th Avenue
   Miami Lakes, FL 33018
   (305) 362-0676
Students prepare and sell café con leche and Cuban toast.

Java Café
South Miami Senior High School
   6856 SouthWest 53rd Street
   Miami-Dade, FL 33155
   (305) 666-5871
Students prepare and sell coffee, muffins, Cuban bread, and hot chocolate.

Photography
Hialeah Senior High School
   251 East 47th Street
   Hialeah, FL 33013
   (305) 822-1500
Students prepare and sell prints and framing.

Rams Café to Go
Miami Coral Park Senior High School
   8865 SouthWest 16th Street
   Miami, FL 33165
   (305) 226-6565
Students prepare and sell café con leche and bread with butter.

Spartanbucks Café
Miami Southridge Senior High School
   19355 SouthWest 114th Avenue
   Miami-Dade, FL 33157
   (305) 238-6100
Students prepare and sell cookies. 

The Charger Perks
North Miami Beach Senior High School
   1247 NorthEast 167th Street
   North Miami Beach, FL 33162
   (305) 949-8381
Students sell granola bars, health snacks, and juices. 

The Most Happy Bunch
Miami Killean Senior High School
   10655 SouthWest 97th Avenue
   Miami-Dade, FL 33176
   (305) 271-3311
Students operate a balloon shop.

TMH Flowers
Hialeah-Miami Lakes Senior High School
   7977 West 12th Avenue
   Hialeah, FL 33014
   (305) 823-1330
Students prepare and sell flower arrangements.

Twister Café
Booker T. Washington Senior High School
   1200 NorthWest 6th Avenue
   Miami, FL 33136
   (305) 3240-8900
Students prepare and sell croissants, salads, coffee, and smoothies.

Viper Pit Shop
Felix Varela Senior High School
   15255 SouthWest 96th Street
   Miami, FL 33196
   (305) 752-7900
Students prepare and sell cookies.


Monroe County

Car Wash 
Coral Shores High School
   2100 Flagler Avenue
   Key West, FL 33040
     Marty Jacquette
     (305) 293-1400 ext. 55375
     marty.jacquette@keysschools.com 
Students operate a car wash where they market the business, schedule appointments, purchase necessary items, and maintain a spreadsheet of income and expenses.

TIES More Than a Muffin
TIES (Transition to Independence, Employment and Success) Program
Monroe County School District Office
   241 Trumbo Road
   Key West, FL 33040
     Ruth Holland
     (305) 292-7178
     ruth.holland@keysschools.com 
The TIES Program is located at the U.S. Naval Air Station Base in Key West. Students take muffin orders and then prepare and deliver them.  A complimentary internet service supports advertising and the web-based ordering process.  Students also learn how to use new technology such as the iPad and different applications.  Applications and videos from iTunes U were helpful in teaching the students the skills necessary to receive the Safe Staff Food Handlers Certification, which has assisted some of the students in obtaining paid employment.


Palm Beach County

Green Thumb Market - Gardening Enterprise 
Wellington High School
   2101 Greenview Shores Blvd.
   Wellington, FL 33414
     Suzanne Pollard
     (561) 795-4926
     pollars@palmbeach.k12.fl.us
Students grow vegetables, herbs, and flowers from seed and seedling plants in four raised beds and two hydroponic units. “Green methods” are used in gardening, and no pesticides are used. Products are sold at the Green Market, which is held in the Wellington High mailroom before school hours. Some products are also sold via school e-mail, and the students deliver the products to teachers and staff. Students track their sales, count the money, and make deposits in the school safe.


 

 

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