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Weekly Wellness Tip

Childhood Obesity
In the past 30 years, the rate of obesity among children has more than doubled. The number one cause of obesity among children is linked to a caloric imbalance: calories consumed far outweigh the number of calories expended. Those reporting on this threatening issue, both private and public, are quick to play the blame game and point the finger elsewhere – i.e., access to technology. To combat this preventable disease, which is leading to more cases of Type 2 Diabetes among children and adolescents than ever before, communities must take a grassroots approach. Education at the elementary level; increased access to physical activity within the community including, but not limited to, sidewalks for walking and biking, parks and open fields for play, and youth sports programs are just a few ideas for a grassroots approach. Along with these community level approaches, individual households must also take responsibility, and action, to battle this preventable disease.
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Upcoming Events

14th Annual Lemon Bay Golf Team Benefit - November 8th

Port Charlotte High School Bands 7th Annual Fish Fry - Thursday October 30th

Lemon Bay High School Theatre Department Presents: The Glass Menagerie - November 13th, 14th,15th and 16th

Announcements

Backpacks from Office Depot!

The Office Depot Foundation recently donated 250 backpacks with school supplies to Charlotte County Public Schools. The backpacks have been distributed to our elementary schools, and well received by our students.

Thank You to the Office Depot Foundation for their kind hearted gift for the children of Charlotte County Public Schools.

ABATE - Peace River Chapter rides again! 

For 18 years the ABATE Peace River Motorcycle Club has ridden into the Charlotte County School District to drop off school supplies for the Teacher Supply Depot. Sunday, August 24, found numerous bikers with backpacks filled with goodies traveling down Hwy 41 to Education Way to be greeted by Mary Fred Clemmons, Executive Director of Charlotte Local Education Foundation. Johnny Martin, President of the local ABATE Club, presented Mrs. Clemmons with a check as she presented him a Certificate of Thanks. Every year we look forward to the generosity of this wonderful group. 

Charlotte Local Education Foundation (CLEF) Grants

Charlotte Local Education Foundation (CLEF) has been awarded several grants to fund the renovation, furnishing and equipping of TechSmart classrooms at Punta Gorda Middle, Port Charlotte Middle, and Murdock Middle Schools. The funding will also provide additional equipment for the TechSmart classrooms at LAAinger Middle School, which were provided this year through a grant of $90,678.00 from the Gulf Coast Community Foundation.

  •  The William G.Selby and Marie Selby Foundation is providing $111,624.16
  • The Punta Gorda Rotary is providing $14,000.00
  • The Suncoast Credit Union Foundation is providing $4,000.00

Charlotte County Public Schools is extremely grateful for the generosity of these donors for making the TechSmart clssrooms possible, and to CLEF for facilitating the grants. Look for more information about these exciting learning environments when they are completed in the fall.

Classroom Grants

The Charlotte Local Education Foundation thanks everyone for submitting grants for the STEM area of teachers and technology:

Because of additional match money from Suncoast Credit Union Foundation, CLEF is able to award funding to four schools.

Congratulations to the winners:

  • Gaylin Behling, 5th Grade, Kingsway Elementary - "Daily Math and Daily Vocabulary with Daily Technology using iPad Minis"
  • Karen Link, 1-2 ESE, Liberty Elementary - "Documentaries to Increase Literacy"
  • ReAnna Montwheler, 6-8, LA Ainger Middle - "Documentaries to Increase Literacy in Middle School"
  • Alicen Rhodes, K-5, Deep Creek Elementary - "Investigating and measuring scientific data"

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.

CHARLOTTE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS DISCLAIMS AND IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY INACCURACIES OR PROBLEMS THAT MAY BE CAUSED BY THE USE OF THE GOOGLE™ TRANSLATE FEATURE ON OUR WEBSITE.

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