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1 August 23, 2013 New Beginnings … “But Still Planning with the End in Mind”

2 Crooms Academy of Information Technology State of the School Anticipated School grade of “A” on Florida’s School Accountability Report US News and World Report’s #1 Most Connected Classrooms in the US Listed in US News and World Report’s list of US Best High Schools Listed in Newsweek as one of US Best High Schools National Academy Foundation, Distinguished Academy Magnet Schools of America, Magnet School of Excellence

3 Crooms Academy of Information Technology State of the School 2012-2013 State of Florida Assessment Results for Crooms:  Highest district proficiency FCAT Reading 2.0  Highest district high school performance in Writing 2.0 (3.5)  Highest district high school performance in Biology EOC  Highest district high school performance in Algebra EOC  Highest district high school performance in Geometry EOC  Highest district high school performance in U.S. History EOC

4 Figure 1: Seminole County Public Schools (FL) State Assessment Results, Spring 2013

5 Crooms Academy of Information Technology State of the School 151 industry certifications earned in 2012-2013 17 Adobe Dreamweaver 1 Adobe Flash 48 Adobe Photoshop 16 Adobe Premiere Pro 5 CompTIA A+ 34 Microsoft Office Specialist 30 Microsoft Technical Associate

6 Crooms Academy of Information Technology State of the School Goals for 2013-2014  Expand partnerships with local, regional, and national business and industry leaders  Increase internship/compensated work-based learning experiences for our students  Continue to build relationships between industry partners and technology teachers to remain relevant with current employer needs and industry trends

7 Student Council Update New Student Council President 2013-14 - Zaki Hannoush Prom Saturday, April 6 th  “ A Night in the Emerald City”  Longwood Community Center Student Elections - April 19 th  Freshmen, Sophomore's, & Juniors  Voted for Class & SGA Officers  Real electronic voting machines Blood Drive- April 19 th  Third & Final  Increased Participation by 70%  Three full buses Pep Rally- April 21 st  “Ohana Luau”  Awesome Activities Blindfolded obstacle course Class dance off Jv vs. Varsity volleyball game Senior Week – April 22-26  Peace out day, Disney day, Senior cruise day, Senior switch day, & College day  Senior Picnic & Grad Bash! Thank You!  For All your Support Throughout the School Year!

8 Marketing/Membership Committee Business Advisory Council website: 2013-2014Goals: Current Partnership Review Market BAC to Community Partner with Parents & Alumni Implement Strategic Communications/Marketing plan Explore National Market

9 Marketing/Membership Committee Marketing Strategy- Going “Live and Real Time” by utilizing technology to work smarter not harder. Advertise -Tours, events, newsworthy items E-Newsletter Attend Community Networking Functions Work with PTSA/SAC/Faculty/Alumni Family Night Out-Sept. 23, 2013 at Crooms Identify Desired Partnerships

10 Marketing/Membership Committee Utilize Social Media- FB, Crooms website, BAC website, callout, quarterly newsletter, marquee, Twitter Action Items: Develop Google Form for Parent Survey Develop Marketing Team Develop Plan and identify “potential partnership list” Meet before next BAC meeting 8/23 Contact: Christine Parsons, 407-328-4996

11 Job Shadowing/Internship Committee 2013-2014 Goals: Secure 7 trips: Dates available : Oct. 11 Oct. 17 November 1 November 21 November 22 January 9 - January 30 – Sanford Chamber of Commerce January 31 - Siemens

12 Internship 2013-2014 Goals: Identify 20-25 slots Begin interviewing by end of April Identify students before school year ends Interns start June - August

13 Internship Students hired at: CFEFCU—1 SCPS Annex—5 Symantec Corp.—4 Stack Frame—2 Southeastern Data—2 Nutrition Corner – 1 Holy Cross Lutheran Church—1 Home 1s Lending—1 Insurance World—1 Total 18 seniors

14 2013-2014 Goals: Write a succession plan for the endowment Increase student application submission Market scholarship opportunity Identify review committee Review selection process/tool Identify timeline of process Make final selection of recipients Design a scholarship certificate Select scholarship representative to attend Awards Ceremony Research Investment Options of the Endowment Scholarship Committee

15 In addition to scholarships awarded to seniors: 2004-2005--$2,000 2005-2006--$2,000 2006-2007--$2,500 2007-2008--$2,500 2008-2009--$4,000 2009-2010--$3,500 2010-2011--$4,500 2011-2012--$9,000 2013-2014--$10,000 Grand total of scholarships awarded to date: $40,000 with $33,672.83 in SCPS Endowment

16 2013 Scholarship Recipients

17 2013 Symantec Scholarship Recipients

18 2013 Dr. Vogel Scholarship Recipient

19 2013 Mr. Blacksheare Scholarship Recipients

20 Fundraising Committee Tech Fest VII raised $22,849. “Thank You” Tech Fest VII Sponsors Symantec Corporation Convergys AAA, Aerohive, Astronics DME, CFE, Corsair Engineering, Dell, DeVry University, SiSTI, EA, ERAU, Florida Technical College, Full Sail, IADT, ITT Technical Institute, JA, Keiser University, Lockheed Martin, Microsoft, NCS, SSC Ed Blacksheare, Colleen Brown Air Force, Kavaliro Staffing, Stack Frame, Sprint, Special thanks to Mary Benton, Barbara Ray, Becky Fry, Kevin Wells Student marketing team

21 Grand total raised with all TF events: 102,974.08 Coming Next Year----Tech Fest VIII---March 13, 2014 2013-2014 Goals: $25,000 Secure sponsorship now – February 2014 Secure Keynote Speakers – 2 Secure Guest Speakers – 30 Discussion about the increase level of sponsorship Fundraising Committee

22 Curriculum Committee 2013-2014 Goals Review/Develop a 4 year career/college plan Junior Achievement supports –Crooms’ 4 year career plan --9 th grade program – Jan. 10,17,24, 31, Feb. 7 --10 th grade program-- Oct. 17, 24, 31 Nov. 7, 14 --11 th grade program complete by January Job Shadowing Experiences --12 th JA Financial Literacy Program- Jan. 10, 17, 24, 31, Feb. 7 -- 12 th grade –Summer Internship Program Teach In Day – November 19, 2013 LanFest – TBD Tech Fest/Field Day/ – March 13, 2014 Senior Exit Interviews- seniors –Dec. 2-6, 2012 Review of Portfolio Project BAC Networking with Instruction Staff

23 Curriculum & Instruction Advisory Board Work-Based Learning Academy of Development & Structure NAF Model - 4 Components

24 Marketing at its BEST!

25 Academy of Distinctions- 3X

26 Marketing at its BEST!

27 Shelby Koos-Univ. of Miami

28 What’s Next? Please pick a committee to support and start planning for the 2013-2014 School Year: Marketing-Christine Parsons Scholarship-Ron Colangelo Job Shadowing/Internship-Cathy Alper Curriculum-Demetria Hayes Fundraising-Anita Neal-Okoro

29 Items for Discussion NAF Update-Kevin Jackson attend Dinner Auction Donation Items-Dell donation BAC representatives who wish to attend (Feb) BAC social – First one at Kevin Jackson’s House “Thank You Karen and Kevin Jackson” NAF Accreditation Crooms Accreditation “ Website Overview

30 Sanford Riverwalk 5K 2013-2014 Oct. 5 at Sanford Riverwalk Calling all runners/walkers Looking for sponsors Looking for volunteers Meeting Sept. 21 at Breezeway Restaurant & Bar 10:45 am- 1 pm Places where runners can sign up: – click 5K icon Online registration: Online registration: -

31 Sponsorships Needed: Teach In Day Lunch Sponsor - $500 Tech Fest VIII Sponsors—see sponsorship list Tech Fest VIII Banner Sponsor- **The Sign Man will sponsor this** Tech Fest VIII Program Sponsor - $700 BAC Faculty/Staff Luncheon - $500 BAC Appreciation Luncheon-$600 Yearbook ads – see ad prices 5K Sponsors –See Sponsorship Form

32 As of June 30, 2013-- Balance is $28,,544,63 Outstanding expenses: scholarships (6), yeabook, still waiting on $5,000 Action Item: Each committee must submit a budget to the chair by August 1, 2013. Proposed budget will be discussed and approved at the August 23, 2013 meeting. Financial Update

33 2013-2014 BAC Meetings-4 th Fridays of the month: August 23, 2013 October 25, 2013 Jan. 24, 2014 March 28, 2014 May 23, 2014 May 30, 2014-BAC Appreciation Luncheon 5K – Oct. 5, 2013 Teach In Day –November 19, 2013 Tech Fest VIII—March 13, 2014 NAF Dinner Auction—March TBA Crooms Awards Night—TBA Scholarships applications available January 2014 Graduation—May 23, 2014-to be confirmed BAC Summer Retreat—July 18, 2014 Save the Dates/Events

34 Action Items 1.Update the Dividends Application; Volunteer hours = Gold School Award 2.Complete the Business Partners Agreement 3.Pass on the 5K information. Recruit Runners for the 5K/Sponsors 4.Promote Tech Fest VIII Recruit Keynote Speakers & Workshop Speakers 5. Invite new members to the BAC meetings. Thank you for all that you do for Crooms AOIT!

35 Thank You 2012-2013 Chairs Chair-RT Hillery Marketing Committee – Tina Holden Curriculum Committee – Demetria Hayes Faison Job Shadowing/Internship –Cathy Alper Fundraising Committee- Anita Neal-Okoro/Lou Reents Scholarship – Kevin Jackson

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