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This weeks “TWEET” was selected by Miss Jaime and Miss Catherine from the front office. Ella Marsden, who wrote about her friend Bridget Rader, received a movie pass and a bucket of goodies. Ella is an avid sailor, she has been on the Junior Olympic Sailing Team alongside her sister Emma, she is a sophomore and has outstanding grades. As you can see by Ella’s Tweet,she is recognizing the kindness in her friend. This is also a nice reflection on
Bridget Rader. Nice job girls!
Register for February 3 Saturday Study Sessions here before JANUARY 3 DEADLINE:
Calculus AB - Click here to register for NMSI Calculus AB session on Feb 3
Calculus BC - Click here to register for NMSI Calculus BC session on Feb 3
Computer Science Principles - Click here to register for NMSI AP Computer Science Principles session on Feb 3
Statistics - Click here to register for NMSI AP Statistics session on Feb. 3
Tatiana Ayala was recently recognized as Player of the Year for Monroe County, as voted by county varsity coaches. Ayala is a Libero for the Lady Canes volleyball team and a defensive specialist who would pick up any hard driven spike. She was relentless in digging up the balls and hustled all over the court to save a ball.
Photo by Isabel Jacobsen
Ayala racked up 114 digs this season, even with the season being cut short from the Hurricane. Coach Kathy Ets-Hokin believes that number would probably have doubled , if the Lady Canes had played the 12 games missed due to Irma.
She was the captain and leader on the court. Ayala never gave up on herself, getting to a ball or the team. She played with her heart. Ayala scored 18 aces, 9 backrow kills, and many assists. She was always teaching the younger players how to dive, roll, and play defense.
“As a coach, I am so proud of Tatiana,” said Ets-Hokin. “On and off the court, she is an outstanding student athlete who always demonstrates perseverance, leadership, a great work ethic, patience, and a high competitive side to wanting to do her best.”
3/10/18; deadline 2/9/18
5/5/18; deadline 4/6/18
Remaining ACT tests at Coral Shores are on the following dates:
2/1018 registration deadline is 1/12/18
4/14/18 registration deadline is 3/9/18
Senior Tyler Arnold recently became the first student at Coral Shores to earn his 2016 Microsoft Office Specialist certification this school year. He passed his Powerpoint, Word and Excel certifications and he earned three credits at any Florida university or college, a merit diploma, and up to $500 from the Monroe Compute$ incentive program.
Freshman Grace Matthews and junior Zachary Rodriguez also recently earned their PowerPoint certifications.
Photo: AP Ana Alvaro, Grace Matthews, Tyler Arnold, Principle Blake Fry (Photo by Julien Baidet)
Senior Yearbook Editors Angel Kelley and Airiana Lindback work on the 2018 Coral Shores yearbook. For more information about ordering a yearbook, ads, forms, and pricing, see www.susacoralshores.weebly.com and click on “Yearbook Information.”
Hurricane Watch newspaper editors, from left, are Managing Editor Kyla , Photo Editor Isabel Jacobsen, Editor-in-Chief Sarah Kelly, and Managing Editor Genessa Miranda. To read the Coral Shore’s online newspaper, visit http://www.coralshoresnews.com/
Order Your Yearbook
Remember to pre-order your yearbook! They are currently $65 and will increase to $75 in May. Visit https://www.walsworthyearbooks.com/ to order your yearbook online.
If you had your formal photo taken from an outside photographer, the deadline for the photographer to submit photographs is November 11. However, if you have not had your picture taken by Herff Jones, you will need to have that taken for school records/Focus purposes on Monday, Nov. 6.
The deadline for senior ads is Friday, Dec. 22. Information about senior ads and the form can be found at www.susacoralshores.weebly.com and click on the Yearbook Information link.
If you would like to order school photos, call Herff Jones at 305-436-1163.
Coral Shores High School has been allocated funds from the Monroe County Education Foundation (MCEF) and the Ocean Reef Community Foundation to provide assistance for unexpected losses due to Hurricane Irma. It is the desire of these organizations that these funds be used to address “big ticket items” (i.e. >$250). These could include items like a washer, dryer, refrigerator, furniture, tools, etc. A final report will be provided to the organizations explaining the use of the funds. A copy of receipt(s) should be submitted within 30 days in instances where we cannot make the purchase for you.
Grants will be awarded in amounts of $250.00 or more. Please complete the application below if you are interested in a grant. All applications are due to the front office by November 17th.
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Coach Jarrod Mandozzi joins Coral Shores as Head Varsity Boys Basketball Coach. Coach Mandozzi joins Coral Shores with an extensive background coaching successfully at the college, high school, and national level AAU coaching both boys and girls programs.
“I’m extremely excited to join Coral Shores,” Mandozzi said. “At the end of the day, the opportunity to have more kids in the program like we do at Coral Shores, to help develop what I know can ultimately be the premier basketball program in the Keys, is something that is a special opportunity.”
Most recently, he coached Island Christian School’s boys varsity program to their most successful season in years last season after leaving the corporate world where he served many years as the Chief Sales and Customer Officer and Executive Vice President for Altegra Health in Weston, FL.
We are thrilled and honored to have Jarrod take over our boys’ basketball program,” said Hurricane Athletic Director Rich Russell. “He obviously brings a ton of experience –much at the collegiate level—to our program. I had a chance to observe him last year at Island Christian. I couldn’t have been more impressed. He transformed their team in a way I wouldn’t have thought possible. Just as significantly, I watched his interactions and saw the positive impact he had on each of their players.”
“Among the things that most impressed me about Coach Mandozzi was his organization, structure and discipline. My experience suggests that these are the cornerstones of ALL highly successful athletic programs. He has already indicated that he will be incorporating major portions of playbooks he used while coaching at the college level. I think our kids are going to love playing for him and will be highly enriched by his leadership.”
Prior to joining corporate America, Mandozzi served as the top assistant Women’s Coach at Emmanuel College in Boston where they won numerous GNAC league titles and made an appearance at the Division III Final Four. He also led numerous Greater Boston AAU programs where he won a number of local and regional championships and finished second in the country with two different teams. Over the course of his coaching career, he has coached many players that have gone on to have successful collegiate and professional careers.
Mandozzi is a full-time resident of Islamorada with his wife Maria and daughters Brooke (11) and Jenna (10).
Reflections Around Campus
Stop by the office between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m.to register new students. Sometimes it can take a while to get all of the records needed to create a schedule, so the earlier you register, the better. Access the Student Registration link on the left for details, or click the icon to download the registration packet.