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A.D. Henderson University School &
FAU High School
Community Newsletter

 

Vol. 4, No. 4, November 2019

In this issue...

Upcoming Important Dates

Google Calendar

November 1
Report Cards Distributed
November 1 - 5
FAU High Interact Club Candy Collection
Drop Off Circles - During Arrival & Dismissal
November 11
No School - Veteran's Day
November 13 - 14
Yearbook Group Photos
Covered Court
November 22
Quarter 2 Progress Reports
November 26
Noon Dismissal - No Aftercare
November 27 - 29
No School
December 6
Noon Dismissal
December 5 - 11
FAU Exams

FAU Registrar Website
December 12
Music Club 4th & 5th Grade Showcase
Cafetorium - 6P
December 19
Middle School Winter Showcase Concert
Carole & Barry Kaye Auditorium - 7P
December 20
End of 2nd Quarter
Noon Dismissal  - No Aftercare
December 23 - December 31
No School - Winter Break
January 1 - 6
No School - Winter Break
January 7
Start of 3rd Quarter

On the Journey to Continuous Improvement

We are starting the month of November with one of my favorite times of the year: Daylight savings! Don’t forget to turn your clocks back an hour to enjoy your extra hour of sleep! Take a mindful moment, and think of some ways that you can enjoy the extra hour. 

 

  1. Spend time with family
  2. Read
  3. Get a mani-pedi
  4. Watch an episode of your favorite show
  5. Meditate
  6. Take a walk
  7. Go shopping
  8. Catch up on your emails
  9. Volunteer or donate items to charity
  10. Take a drive
  11. Do yoga
  12. Go for a run
  13. Play a board game
  14. Call a friend you haven’t talked to in a while
  15. Go for a bike ride
  16. Go out to eat with friends 
  17. Exercise

The month of October ended on a magical note as our school transformed into Hogwarts for another fabulous Halloween Howl. PTO had a record-breaking year that featured a spooky haunted house, fun games and so many creative costumes! Let’s say that this tradition only gets better every year. A big thank you to all of our high school students, parents and teacher volunteers that helped make this event magical. 

Speaking of annual events, we are looking forward to our most significant tradition yet: the Thanksgiving Feast! We will come together on Tuesday, November 26th, to celebrate as an ADHUS & FAUHS family, be on the lookout for more information on the PTO website!

“Gratitude makes sense of the past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.”
- Melody Beatie

#owlsimpact #owlsignite

Sincerely,

Mrs. Bees
 
“Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.” --Steve Jobs
 

This year, we are excited to announce another opportunity to make a lasting impact. The K-12 Student Enrichment Annual Fund, our school’s first annual giving program, will allow us to expand upon the opportunities we currently offer our students and provide the necessary funding to fulfill the school’s most critical needs.

Gifts to the K-12 Student Enrichment Annual Fund will impact your child and enhance all areas of the school experience, including academics, athletics, arts, extra-curricular activities, technology, and student life. While there is no requirement to give, we believe that our school community will invest in this important initiative and hope that you will participate at a level that is comfortable for your family. Every gift counts! All gifts are tax-deductible and can be made by cash, check, credit card, or donated stock. Gifts can be made with recurring payments online and most gifts will qualify for corporate matching gift programs.
 

Make your impact felt today!

Elementary School Updates

 

School Visit to P.S. 11 & Reunion at Teachers College at Columbia University in NYC
As an innovative elementary team, it is essential to reflect on how far we have come in such a short time. Walking through the classrooms at P.S.11 to see the implementation of Reader's Workshop, our most significant take away is what we are doing in our classrooms in Boca Raton is right on track; so many of us are implementing the same practices as the experts in NYC. Similarly, as P.S.11 continues to refine their instruction, we have taken on this same mentality; each grade level, K-5, has committed to ongoing development with Reader's Workshop. Teachers collaborated to come up with ideas for 'now,' 'the next unit,' and 'next year.' This plan consists of implementing ideas in the classroom immediately (something that could be a simple addition or tweak to practices already in place), ideas to implement in the upcoming unit of study (a strategic plan to change an area of instruction), and an idea for next school year (a much larger change with intentional, deliberate steps to facilitate growth).

On Saturday, October 19, the Teachers College at Columbia University held its 97th annual Reunion. Educators from all over the country flood to this Upper West Side campus in Manhattan to learn as much as they can about Reader's Workshop, attending sessions throughout the day led by staff developers as well as the creator of the program, Lucy Calkins. These sessions allowed us to learn right from the Reader's Workshop experts and hone in on specific areas to improve our individualized craft.
 
This trip is not only great for learning and growing as educators, but the connections that are made along the way. This time together fosters relationships we may not have had if it weren't for this trip. While we all have something unique to bring to the table with varying strengths and needs, we all have one thing in common: we are all committed to professional growth and academic excellence for our students. 

Thank you so much to Mrs. Bees and our PTO for supporting us and for this fantastic opportunity to visit the model school, P.S.11, and the Reunion at Columbia University. We are incredibly grateful and can't wait for the next reunion.

The elementary team outside of P.S.11 before our classroom visits
The elementary team having critical conversations about what we saw in the classrooms at P.S.11

Middle School Updates


Science Fair
6th Grade is the first year for the science fair, and the students have been hard at work researching and experimenting. The students presented their findings to their peers, and it was awesome to listen to their scientific brains at work! 

High School Updates

Mock Trial
The Mock Trial team competed at the Sunshine State Showdown hosted by FSU Law School. The team may be small but is incredibly mighty. They placed 9th overall out of 18 teams. Their participation was a great showing for our young squad among some more established teams. The feedback from the judges was helpful as we continue to grow!

**PSA: ANYONE WHO MAY KNOW A LAWYER WHO WOULD BE INTERESTED IN COACHING AND ASSISTING, PLEASE CONTACT MR. CLEVENGER!**
 


Thank you to all of our High School Volunteers!
A "Big Shout-Out" to all the High School volunteers who helped assist in two big events this month. Between the STEM Night and Halloween Howl there were over 75 FAU High School students at these community events. Thank you, Mrs. Barkes and the students for giving back to our school community. 


FAU High School 9th Grade First Semester Final Exam Schedule
Please review the final exam chart below to determine if your child is scheduled to take a final exam on December 18, 2019, or December 19, 2019. Students taking EOC assessment courses do not need to take a final exam because the state assessed EOC counts as their final exam. Students taking any dual enrollment courses will be assessed during the university exam window. Students taking any high school courses with alternative assessments, such as end of semester culminating projects, will be evaluated before final exams. 

If your child is not scheduled for an exam and attends school on Wednesday, December 18, or the Make-up day Thursday, December 19, they will be assigned to a study hall location during testing. If your child has chosen to complete the world history project instead of taking the final, please be reminded the project is due at or before 3:00 pm on Thursday, December 19. 
 

Subject Course Final Exam Time of Test
Biology High School Course End of Course Exam 12/17
Biology 2 High School Course No Final Exam N/A
HOPE High School Course Project – No Final Exam N/A
S2S High School Course No Final Exam N/A
Psychology High School Course No Final Exam N/A
Research High School Course Project – No Final Exam N/A
Spanish  Dual-Enrolled Course Final Exam – FAU Schedule in Class TBD
English 1 High School Course Final Exam
(120 Minutes)
12/18 – 8A-10:20A
Algebra 2 High School Course Final Exam
(120 Minutes)
12/18 – 10:30A-12:40A
World History High School Course Project or Final Exam (120 Minutes) 12/19 – 8A-10:20A
 

Boca Raton Sunset Rotary Club Scholar of the Month - October
Jennifer Mendonca was honored by the Boca Raton Sunset Rotary Club as the FAU High School Scholar for October. The FAU HS Rotary Scholar of the Month is selected in recognition of character, ethics, morality, community service, and academic achievement.  


Jennifer is a very determined and personable young lady, not only excelling in her studies but also reaching out to serve others in school and her community. Jennifer volunteers at the Boca Raton Regional Hospital and has accumulated more than 200 service hours, transporting patients and offering them comfort, assisting, and, occasionally, delivering flowers. She also enjoys working with friends and family at Schott Communities, where she supports disabled individuals, and helps with worship as a lector and altar server, plus serves as a class helper. During her service, Jennifer learned "that a singular conversation or even a smile can impact a person's outlook or change their mood for the better." 

Jennifer told us at her recognition ceremony, "Everything I've learned from my family, my school, and my extracurriculars has strengthened my conviction to become a physician. I am sure that my place in this world is that of a healer." This Owl is well on her way to this goal as the is currently a member of the National Honor Society, the Max Plank Data Science class, the FAU American Medical Student Association, and the FAU Asian Student Union. Along with these activities and her studies, she is currently a Teaching Assistant for Calculus 1 and tutors other math students. After her Spring 2020 graduation from FAU High she plans to earn a Bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences in Spring 2021, then go onto a Master's degree and to enroll in Medical School.


FAU High School Model United Nations
The FAU High Model United Nations club practiced and presented their international diplomacy skills at the University of Central Florida's KnightMUN conference. All of our delegates did an amazing job! Special recognition goes to Hannah Stores and James Hemmingway (co-presidents of MUN) for their strong leadership and diplomacy skills and Sa'id Gonzalez for winning Outstanding Delegate! 

Family Science Night

Thank you to PTO for hosting a phenomenal Family STEM Night! Students and parents alike were amazed by the Liquid Nitrogen show!!! The Cane Institute truly appreciates its partnership with our wonderful PTO. 


Science Fair Night

Our A.D. Henderson & FAU High School middle and high school Science Fairs took place on Wednesday, October 30. Congratulations to all of the winners as they advance to the Palm Beach Regional Science and Engineering Fair. Thank you to the middle school science fair committee (Mrs. Milu, Mrs. Daniels, and Dr. Feit), and the high school science fair committee (Dr. Meredith, Mrs. Coyle, and Mrs. Barkes) for their hard work in judging all of the projects. Lastly, we would like to thank James Nance for running the Cane Insititute STEM Lab and assisting with the high school science fair projects.


Robot Drone League

Both our middle school and high school Robot Drone League teams won their matches on Saturday, October 19! Here is a recap from Coach Nance:

In this tournament, both the MS and HS teams were challenged to move away from robot code that was pre-loaded for them to python code that they wrote themselves. The Middle school team executed code for both a traditional tank drive and a mecanum drive robot while the high school team discovered some last-minute bugs in its mecanum code. The high school team was able to problem solve and get some of the code running without the separate side strafing movement.  

In preparation for the match, the middle schoolers concentrated mostly on coding, making only minor mechanical changes to their robots. Their team also worked to develop new drone code for use in the autonomous and driver-controlled period. The minor mechanical enhancements of the robots worked well with the MS students scoring all of their "Citizen" game balls in the rescue center, including the bonus balls. They were also able to capture the multiplier beacon by hovering their drone above the rescue center with an attached RFID tag. Since the team had successfully coded all their robots and drones, they were able to take advantage of an additional 5x multiplier to ensure the victory for their team. 

The high school team made some major mechanical changes to their robots to simplify their drive system and allow one of their robots to handle the "rubble" better to score some "rebuilding" points during the match. While they were not able to fly their drones using their own code, they did manage to capture all five beacons in their match, which acted as a 2x multiplier for all "citizens" scored in their rescue tower. The robot, with an updated drive system, was able to lift some of the "Citizens" to the highest level of the resue tower, which has a value three-fold higher than the ground level. Combined with a 2x multiplier for writing code for their two robots, the rescued citizens, the rebuilt rubble, and the five captured beacons gave the high school team enough points to win both of their matches. 

Both teams are working to enhance their robots mechanically. The HS team is also working on writing code to fix their mecanum strafing as well as developing their drone code. 

Robot Drone League competition dates have also been announced. We will be competing on the following days at FAU Tech Runway. Come and support The Cane Institute at the robot drone competitions!

  • Saturday, November 23
  • Saturday, December 14 - Championship
Directions to FAU Tech Runway

Stay up to date with all events and announcements within The Cane Institute for Advanced Technologies by following us on our social media platforms:

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OPK12 Research Committee / Research Collaborations

We continue to support projects with our FAU collaborators. As of right now, there is one project that we are currently involved in but we are in the process of establishing more collaborations for the remainder of the year: 

  • Katie Miller from FAU's Department of Exceptional Student Education and Lara Costa from UNC Chapel Hill received a grant from the Institute for Educational Sciences. They are gathering writing samples from all 1st-5th grade students to see the relationships among writing skills, writing performance, and writing quality. If you do not want your child to participate, you may fill out an Opt-Out form and submit that to their teacher. 

If you have any questions about any future studies or generally about research being conducted at our school, please contact us or explore our website.

FAU High School Research Program

The FAUHS Research Program is proud to report that several of our upperclassmen students submitted undergraduate grant proposals to receive funding from the Office of Undergraduate Research and Inquiry (OURI). Let's wish them the best of luck in receiving funding for their projects!

Furthermore, our 9th grade students have finished their first quarter projects where they had to lead a scientific discussion on a peer-reviewed paper. Our students did a fantastic job of creating unique activities to generate discussion such as "Chimpan-zee, Chimpan-do".

 

Owls Athletics

Congratulations to our Elementary Girls Cross Country Team winning the State Championship this past weekend! Cali Castillo and Reese Kupstas finished in the top 20. Our boys team took 2nd place. On the Middle School side, our boys team qualified for the Championship Division and took 12th place overall and our girls team had their best showing for our school finishing 6th.

Last week our High School teams competed at their District Meets. Both boys and girls cross country team qualified for the Regional Meet that was held on Wednesday, October 30.

Our Swim team finished 3rd at Districts and we had 15 swimmers competing at the Regional Meet this past Friday, November 1.

Our winter sports are beginning, please check our athletic website for tryout dates and information.

Go Owls!


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Academic Games

On October 25, our ADHUS and FAU High School students competed in their final round of the FAU Lab School District Academic Games Propaganda Season for 2019. Over the course of the season, students from Grades 4-12 competed in four rounds of competition in the game of Propaganda. While playing Propaganda, players learn to recognize techniques of persuasion that are often used by advertisers, politicians, editorial writers, and in normal daily interaction. The top 10 students were recognized for their accomplishments and will be competing in the State Competition in February.



In the Elementary Division (Grades 4-6):

  • 5th Place: Stefanja Dimova
  • 4th Place: Adrian Taveras
  • 3rd Place: Sophia Alvarez
  • 2nd Place: Ben Liu
  • 1st Place: Daniella Fermin



In the Middle Division (Grades 6-8):
  • 5th Place: Mark Zagha
  • 4th Place: Patrick O'Leary
  • 3rd Place: Stephen Leach
  • 2nd Place: Maryam Imran
  • 1st Place: Andres El Khaouli



In the High School Division (Grades 9-12):
  • 5th Place: Victoria Karalouz
  • 4th Place: Pedro Almeida
  • 3rd Place: Ian Dowling
  • 2nd Place: Lara Tunca
  • 1st Place: McKhalia McKenzie
Special congratulations to Daniella, Andres, and McKhalia for their amazing first place wins, and congratulations to all of our amazing students for a fantastic season!. We are looking forward to our Language Arts and History Seasons Coming up in November and January.


 

Henderson After School Program - HASP News

Presently, 300 students participate in the Henderson After School Program, and that is up significantly from last year. We are at capacity with enrollment; therefore, any students currently hoping to register for aftercare will be placed on a waitlist until there is an available spot.

A big shout out to the HASP counselors for their dedication and commitment to the PTO's Halloween Howl Haunted House. Each year, the counselors scare up a good time, and this year was no exception, as the line was around the corner. The haunted house was amazing, with some seriously creepy clowns! You might also see our counselors working at PTO events like tailgates, meetings, or other family activities. We are truly grateful and lucky to have such a committed student-centered HASP team.

A couple of general reminders:

  • Pick up students by 6:00 pm. Now that the first quarter is complete, any student moving forward that is picked up after 6:00 pm three times will be dismissed from the HASP program.
  • Payment Updates: 
    • Quarter 2 payments were due by October 31. 
    • Second Semester payments are due by December 11.
    • Late payments may result in removal from the program.
    • Make all payments through the FAU Marketplace.
  • Each grade level schedule includes time for homework, outdoor/indoor play, technology, and team building. Enrichment and community programs are offered, as available.
  • The Reading Buddies Program is part of a research study on mentor reading program in partnership with Karen Slattery. As members of a research lab school, all HASP middle school students are participating. If you have a middle school student, please complete these research forms. 

The HASP Parent Manual is available on the school's website and in this article for your convenience. If your child is registered in HASP and you have questions, please contact Mrs. Sands or Mrs. Tolerton. You may also reach out to Dr. Tift for high school specific questions or Mr. Cortese for middle school or HASP tutoring questions. Additional information is available on the HASP page on the school's website. Thanks for all you do!

General School Reminders

FAU President's Gala

Please join President John Kelly and First Lady Carolyn Kelly on Saturday, April 4, at the President’s Gala. This will be a spectacular evening celebrating Florida Atlantic University!


Career Day

Calling all pilots, bakers, athletes, entrepreneurs, and more! Get excited for A.D. Henderson's first Career Day! The month of February is Career Education Month and on Friday, February 7, 2020 you could have the opportunity to showcase your career to our students. If you are interested in presenting your career, please "Save the Date" and use the link on the flyer below to sign-up!


Morning Arrival Supervision

As a reminder, the school opens at 7:30 am for students to enter the building. Please do not drop your child off prior to 7:30 am, as student supervision is not provided. Any student arriving prior to 7:30 am will NOT be supervised.


FAU Police K-9 Units

To further support FAU PD and all University initiatives, we will be working with the FAU Police K-9 Units as they visit our campus and conduct random searches throughout our school and the University campus to continue their K-9 training. These highly trained officers have been familiarized with our campus, and we strive to keep them up to date with our facilities, faculty, staff, students, and our community. Just remember if you see one of these furry officers on campus, you can not pet them.


Testing Information

Each year the school creates a schedule of state assessments. Thus far, High School has participated in the Fall FSA Geometry EOC and the PSAT/NMSQT in October. Here you can find the 2019-20 Test Calendar with anticipated dates for grades and state assessments. The document is subject to change based on space, weather, or other events that may influence initial dates. However, you may use the document for planning.

On December 17, the 9th-grade Biology students will test the NGSSS Biology EOC and ADHUS 8th grade students have been selected by the state to participate in a Writing Field Test. Both assessments are computer-based and administered under standard testing conditions. Parent testing alert letters can be found here for your convenience. Direct any testing questions to Gina Sands.


Reading Scholarship for Students

Please review the link below for information about a reading scholarship program that is available to parents of 3rd, 4th, and 5th-grade students who scored a level 1 or level 2 in the 3rd and 4th grade ELA FSA last year.

The scholarships are worth up to $500 each and can be used for reimbursement for the following:

  • Tuition and fees for part-time tutoring provided by a person who holds a valid Florida educator's certificate, baccalaureate or graduate degree in the subject, an adjunct teaching certificate, or has a demonstrated mastery of the subject area knowledge.
  • Fees for summer education programs designed to improve reading or literacy skills.
  • Fees for after-school education programs designed to improve reading or literacy skills.
  • Instructional materials and curriculum related to reading or literacy

Priority is being given to students who are in an ESOL program but anyone who meets the criteria can apply. The application is open now.

Here is a link to all the information as well as the application.

https://www.stepupforstudents.org/for-schools-providers/how-the-reading-scholarship-accounts-work/


Pick-Up Car Line Tags

Car tags must be posted on the dashboard of your vehicle during dismissal. If you do not have a tag on your vehicle, you will be asked to park your vehicle and come into the front office with your driver's license to pick up your child. 

If you need a replacement car tag, please request a car tag here.

We'd also like to remind you that K-5 pickup begins at 2:30P and 6-9 pick-up starts at 2:45P. Middle and High School parents that arrive at the campus before 2:45P will be asked to loop around the FAU campus to allow traffic to flow through our dismissal circles. Not coming on to campus before your scheduled dismissal time ensures a smooth and safe dismissal procedure for all our students.


Parent/Guardian and Student FOCUS Accounts

NEW THIS SCHOOL YEAR – Re-enrollment for the 2020-2021 School year will REQUIRE a parent/guardian account. Now is an excellent time to set up your FOCUS account! RE-ENROLLMENT WILL BEGIN MID-FEBRUARY, 2020, AND WILL CONCLUDE MARCH 15, 2020. 

Parents/Guardians are strongly encouraged to set up their FOCUS account now!

New parent/guardian FOCUS accounts

  1. Please go to the FOCUS link and select "Parents/Guardians:  Click here to create an account or add a child to your existing account".  
  2. Follow the instructions for creating a new parent/guardian account.  Please select the option: "I DO NOT have an Account Registered on the Parent Portal, but my child is Actively Enrolled."
  3. You must use an email associated with your student's account
  4. Once your account is verified by the school you may download the FOCUS community app – see instructions below!


Student FOCUS accounts

Students who log into FOCUS will use a FIXED user name (10 digit student ID) and a pre-set password (DOB in this format WITH slashes MM/DD/YY).   Students must come into the front office if they need a password reset.  

If you have any questions or concerns regarding using or creating a FOCUS account, please do not hesitate to contact A. D. Henderson University School/FAU High front office at 561-297-3970. They are here to assist you Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm You may also email adhusrecords@adhus.fau.edu.
 

A.D. Henderson & FAU HS FOCUS Community App

A.D. Henderson & FAU High School FOCUS now has a community app for iPhone and Android users available through your phone's application store. The app provides easy access to student grades and attendance, plus quick links for activity fee and lunch payments, PTO, Aftercare, Uniforms, Athletics, Calendars, Lunch Menu, and more. See Instructions for the app HERE.


2019-2020 School Yearbook

Advertising in 2020 School Yearbook
Please show your support by advertising in the 2020 school yearbook. Both full-color business and student recognition ads are available for purchase. Each student receives a yearbook. Advertising payments must be made by December 2. Directions are found on this flyer.


 


Optional Yearbook Customization
Each student will receive a yearbook. Optional customization is available for an additional fee. Crests, monograms, and student names with or without icons can be printed on the yearbook cover. Pricing begins at $7. Please view the flyer for directions.

 


Diabetes Awareness Month

November is diabetes awareness month. World Diabetes Day 2019– is November 14. 

PTO Update

October has been a blur for the dedicated PTO volunteers. The month kicked off with STEM Night on October 11, where the PTO hosted booths from the science museum. Just last week, the PTO sponsored a record-breaking Halloween Howl. The Saturday October 26, event was packed with students, parents, and alumni enjoying this wonderful Halloween tradition. The anticipated list of Thanksgiving Feast volunteers was announced and an email will be sent to those lucky Feast volunteers. The month finished with the Annual PTO Scholastic - Arctic Adventure themed Book Fair. Proceeds from this fundraiser directly benefit the Media Center. The PTO also sponsored a fundraiser night at Blaze Pizza. This past Friday, November 1, the PTO supported the Middle School Students with the Day of the Dead Dance, and on Saturday, the High School students with the Senior Brunch.

As we sail into November, the event calendar does not slow down! The second FAU PTO Tailgate takes place on 11/9. The FAU Owls take on their South Florida rivals, the FIU Panthers. The game starts at 6:00pm, and tailgating begins at 2:00 pm. All parents can purchase tickets and parking passes, but there are exclusive deals for PTO members! Check out the details on the FAU PTO website and purchase tickets while supplies last. 

The Thanksgiving Feast is scheduled for November 26, and, as noted earlier, the list of coveted volunteer spots was announced at the Howl, and email notifications were sent to the list, as well. This tradition will take on a new dimension as it debuts under the musical direction of Ms. Rhea Francani and Ms. Elisia Francani. 


Business Sponsorship Program
The PTO kicked off a new initiative in partnership with the school this year, the A. D. Henderson & FAU High School PTO Business Sponsorship Program. There are three levels of contributions to customize your business donation. You can see their ads online and in the circles.


 


Remember, you can always support the PTO throughout the year by sending in your Box Tops and when shopping at Office Depot, Target, or Amazon. These contributors help us raise capital to support the school, faculty, and staff with resources. You can also checkout the school merchandise for sale on the PTO Website. Do not miss the new spirit gear - logo socks, proceeds go to support the athletic department.

We encourage each family and teacher to join the ADHUS PTO and attend events and meetings. Participation helps build a sense of community and support for our school. Please volunteer and support one or even two committees, your commitment will have a great impact on your school. Every volunteer hour counts, so please make sure you log your hours! You can reach us via email at adhuspto@gmail.com or by phone 561-297-0491. For more information, please visit our PTO website.


SLA Family Newsletter

SLA Management has redone the A.D. Henderson & FAU High online cafeteria portal. Please make sure to check the portal and find out about the great offerings our dining services provide.

Each month our cafeteria service, SLA Management, features a newsletter with health and nutrition information, upcoming features, and other interesting articles. This link houses the email archive from SLA Management.

A.D. Henderson & FAU High School Vision & Mission

Vision Statement


A.D. Henderson & FAU High School is a national exemplary model for school systems and teacher preparation programs improving education for diverse student populations through innovative, faculty-developed research and curriculum.
 

Mission Statement


The school has a three-fold mission of (1) being a demonstration site for teacher education; (2) developing curricula; (3) conducting research.
(F.S. 228.053)
A.D. Henderson University School & FAU High School is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Title I Targeted Assistance Program.

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