Two Charlotte County Public Schools teachers have been named recipients of the Florida Delta Kappa Gamma Education Foundation, which provides funding for activities that support educational excellence for students and professional development for educators.
Lemon Bay High School teacher Stacy DeWolfe was awarded funding to attend the graduate-level course “Set Theory," which now will be taught online through Florida Gulf Coast University. This program will allow DeWolfe to teach college-level math to advanced students in their senior year. DeWolfe, who has been with the district for 20 years with 16 of those at LBHS, also is a member of the Gamma Nu chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma in Charlotte County.
Port Charlotte High's Pam Ayers was awarded a grant for a project titled “First Chapter Fridays – Literature Circles in the High School Curriculum," which she hopes will foster a love of learning and literature by reading young adult novels. Ayers, also a 16-year veteran at Port Charlotte High School, has been with the district for 26 years.
Lynsey Rector, of Arcadia, graduated March 27 with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic's Florida campus in Port Orange, Florida.
Elizabeth Gregory, of Punta Gorda, made the President's List at the Baptist College of Florida for the Fall 2019 semester.
Todd Huber, of Rotonda, was initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, at the University of Michigan.
Charlotte County Sheriff's E911 Coordinator Laurie Anderson was chosen to serve on the National Emergency Number Association Board of Directors. She will serve as vice president in 2021 and then as association president in 2022
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