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Weekly Wellness Challenge

It is recommended for adults, ages 18-64, to participate in 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity (brisk walking) each week. This week’s challenge is to log how much time you commit to physical activity. Quick Tip: Three 10-minute walks a day is just as beneficial as one 30-minute walk in a day.

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The Lemon Bay High School Theatre Department Proudly Presents:How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying!


Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center is seeking Board of Director candidates

Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center is seeking Board of Director candidates with an interest in our mission: To raise public awareness of the value of our natural and cultural resources by providing environmental education, recreation, research, and management of conservation lands.   We are looking for individuals with a passion for helping promote environmental educational and conservation of our natural resources.   The Board holds bi-monthly meetings at the Alligator Creek Preserve, located off of Burnt Store Road in Punta Gorda.  More information regarding CHEC can be found on our website: www.checflorida.org.  If you are interested please contact Jim Thomson, CEO at (941) 575-5435.

FREE Tobacco Cessation Opportunities Available for Employees/Family Members (click here)

GCSAHEC is holding free tobacco cessation classes to help those who are looking to quit smoking.

The classes are March 25th, April 1st & 22nd, and  May 6th & 27th
from 5:00 - 7:00 PM.

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Charlotte County Public Schools Support Employee of the Year!

Congratulations to Barbara Deubel - Para 1 - of Deep Creek Elementary School for being named Charlotte County Public Schools Support Employee of the Year. She and four finalists were recognized for their invaluable contributions to children Wednesday night at the Charlotte harbor conference and Events Center. Forty Five nominations were received and after several rounds the Selection Committee chose these folks to represent the best of the best.

  • Karon Lewis - Office Asst. 1 - East Elementary School
  • Dennis Neff - Head Custodian - Port Charlotte High School
  • Zelda Smith - ISS - Port Charlotte Middle School
  • Julaine Tollison - Occupational Therapist - Kingsway Elementary School

If you have an opportunity please extend a heartfelt congratulations to these fine people.

Charlotte County Public Schools Teacher of the Year Finalists

Congratulations go out to Sharon Bruno 8th Grade - Career Technology - STEM Lab Teacher for being named Charlotte County Public Schools Teacher of the Year. Sharon and four finalists were Recognized at The Charlotte Harbor Events Center Wednesday evening February 12th, 2014. Thank you and congratulations to the 65 Teachers who were nominated for this honor. The Selection Committee commented on how strong each and everyone of the application and nomination packets were and what a daunting task this was to select just five.

  • Christine Carey, Kindergarten - Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Liberty Elementary School
  • Kim Kirkpatrick, 3rd Grade - Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Neil Armstrong Elementary School
  • Kristen Manomat, 5th Grade - Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Deep Creek Elementary School
  • Deven Seibert,  3rd Grade ESE, Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Meadow Park Elementary School

This year the Kiwanis Shoes for Kids Project marks its ninth year of collecting new sneakers for students in the Charlotte County Public School System. The focus of this project is to collect new tennis shoes, for children in need and then distribute them to all of the schools in the Charlotte County Public School System at the start of the 2013-2014 school year. This year the goal is 4500 new pairs of sneakers.
For any parent or guardian needing shoes for their child, please contact the front office staff to inquire as to the specifics of distribution at the particular school site. The Sunrise Kiwanis Club of Port Charlotte enjoys working with the community to help local families meet a basic need. If you have any questions regarding the project please go to www.shoesforkidsproject.org.

Going Green!

Charlotte County Public Schools has added a link to a translation feature developed by Google™ Inc., entitled Google™ Translate, to assist visitors to the Charlotte County Public Schools website understand information contained on the website in a variety of foreign languages.

DISCLAIMER: Google™ Translate is a program that was not developed by Charlotte County Public Schools. By making this program available to visitors to our website, Charlotte County Public Schools is not in any way approving or endorsing this program or the results generated there from, and nothing herein should be construed as such an approval or endorsement by Charlotte County Public Schools. Charlotte County Public Schools cannot and does not guarantee the accuracy of translations through Google™ Translate and, because of this, strongly encourages users of this program to critically read the information translated through the use of this program and, in the event of any doubt as to the accuracy of the translated document, strongly encourage users to seek an alternate mode of translating the information on our website to their language of choice.


If you have any questions about Google™ Translate, please click the "Translate" link above.