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Academy of Construction Technology
Career and Technical Education
Rosenwald School
    1096 Merritt Street
    Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
    Nancy Merced, Executive Director
   (407) 851-7803
   Fax: (407) 851-7804
This construction program is offered in conjunction with Seminole Community College which provides opportunities for continued study after students earn a Certificate of Completion. Pilot site funds will be used to enhance and expand the Academy.

Project SEARCH – High School Transition Program
Career Exploration in a Health Care Setting
Florida Hospital Altamonte Springs
   601 E. Altamonte Drive 
   Altamonte Spings, Florida 32701 
   Megan Slowik, Transition Resource Teacher
   Megan_Slowik@spcs.k12.fl.us
   (407) 746-3741

This one-year program following the SCPS calendar is designed for students with a variety of disabilities who have a goal of employment and have completed the High School credits necessary for graduation with a Special Diploma. Students must be at least 18 years old, demonstrate a desire to work, and be able to follow directions. They must also demonstrate social and communication skills, have independent toileting and feeding skills, and meet dress code requirements.

REACH – High School Transition Program
Career Exploration in a Hotel/Resort Setting
Hilton Orlando-Altamonte Springs
   350 Northlake Blvd.
   Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
   Darla Lanier, Transition Resource Teacher
   Darla_Lanier@scps.k12.fl.us
  (407) 320-3436

This one-year program following the SCPS calendar is designed for students with a variety of disabilities who have a goal of employment and have completed the High School credits necessary for graduation with a Special Diploma. Students must be at least 18 years old, demonstrate a desire to work, and be able to follow directions. They must also demonstrate social and communication skills, have independent toileting and feeding skills, and meet dress code requirements.

Winter Springs High School- School Based Enterprise
The DEN - for all your BEAR necessities 
School-Based Entrepreneurship 
   Julie Del Russo, Teacher
   Julie_DelRusso@scps.k12.fl.us
   (407) 320-8886

The purpose of the “The DEN” is to provide real world work experience in a school store setting. The students are responsible for selling balloons, snacks and spirit gear. They maintain the inventory, order products, balance daily sales, turn in deposits and promote the merchandise being sold in the store.

 

 

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