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A.D. Henderson University School &
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Vol. 5, No. 6, February 2021

In this issue...

Upcoming Important Dates

Google Calendar

February 15
President's Day
February 26
Teacher Work Day
March 8-12
FAU Spring Break
10-12 Grade
March 15-19
A.D. Henderson Spring Break
K-9 Grade
March 22
Teacher Work Day
April 2
Spring Holiday


January started with so many wonderful events and truly set the tone for the second half of the school year. Diving deep into the month with PSAT, research projects, academic games competitions, student recognitions, and celebrating Literacy Week along with Fun at Work Day - this was one jam-packed month highlighted by phenomenal memories! 

I wanted to thank everyone who made our non-traditional student picture day a huge success; our students arrived on time and wore their best while our faculty and staff ensured a safe and flawless process. The weather played in our favor with a sunny, yet cool day, filled with your bright smiles that I've missed seeing all year long. If your student took individual photos from our photographer at Simple Smiles, please see PTO's section in this newsletter for more details.

January 28 was National Fun at Work Day, and we made sure that our Faculty and Staff had a moment to come out and enjoy some safe and physically distanced fun on the Basketball courts. We celebrated the day with some pretty competitive cornhole, cool prizes donated by our fabulous PTO, and a sweet treat delivered inside an ice cream cart. It was a fantastic way to remind ourselves that you never work a day in your life when you love what you do. 

Remember to review our weekly school announcements and monthly newsletter as they are essential tools to keep you up-to-date on everything happening at A. D. Henderson. Please take a moment to read through this communication for important information on re-enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year, required spring state assessments, applying for Free and Reduced lunch, upcoming events, and PTO yearbook updates.

As we walked into February, known for love and friendship, I would like to express my appreciation to our Henderson family. Together we have navigated through a year full of unpredictable roads and I am grateful for the roles we have all played in order to make this a success. This has provided us the opportunity to not only grow closer, but stronger. As John Hay says “Friends are the sunshine of life” and I am grateful for every ray that shines a light on our future.

#owlsimpact #owlsignite

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

PTO Business Sponsorship Program Sponsors

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We are excited to continue offering an opportunity to make a lasting impact through the A.D. Henderson & FAU High School K-12 Student Enrichment Annual Fund. This year, we instituted a crowdfunding platform that will allow you to easily share the annual fund with friends, family, and social media networks and encourage them to support the school!

Gifts to the K-12 Student Enrichment Annual Fund will impact your child and enhance all school experience areas, including academics, athletics, arts, extra-curricular activities, technology, and student life. Every gift counts regardless of the amount. Please participate at a level that is comfortable for your family. All contributions 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 qualify for corporate matching gift programs.

Make Your Impact Felt Today!

Elementary School Updates

Fifth Grade is Living Differently Because of Research

Our fifth-grade students celebrated the end of a nonfiction reading unit with a culminating research project. Each child chose a topic that interested and inspired them to research further. They used websites and books to read and learn about their topic and then created Google slide presentations to display their newfound knowledge. The presentations included texts written using one of the five main text structures: cause and effect, compare and contrast, description, sequence, and problem and solution. Our fifth graders studied their topics deeply and allowed the research to change the way they think and feel about their topic. They learned that researchers live differently because of the research they do.

Celebrate Literacy Week

This year's theme for Literacy Week was: Humanity Tells a Story, What's Your Chapter? We kept with the theme while celebrating humanity's diversity through culturally responsive read alouds while creating fun and engaging activities that allowed all students to participate virtually and in-person. Ultimately, students chose from a multitude of digital platforms to display their work. We are very impressed with all of the contributions from students this year!

Below is a video showcasing some of the fantastic work our students created.

Middle School Updates

The Middle School Speech and Debate Team is on FIRE!!!

Mrs. Potter is making her mark in the Speech and Debate arena. The competition is fierce, with many schools participating, and our Henderson kids are shining! 

Below is a list of highlights from our January Competitions. Awesome job!

South Florida Civics & Debate Initiative #3 - 1/20/2021

  • 1st place - Nicholas Ostheimer- Lincoln Douglas Debate

Palm Beach Middle School Forensic League Tournament #5 - 1/27/2021

  • 1st place - Nicholas Ostheimer- Varsity Congressional Debate
  • 2nd place - Colton Smith-Nash- Varsity Congressional Debate
  • 4th place - Michael Gomez- Varsity Congressional Debate
  • 1st place - Caitlin Yaralli- Original Oratory

Central Florida Civics & Debate Initiative #4 - 1/30/2021

  • 1st place and best Middle School Competitor - Nicholas Ostheimer- Lincoln Douglas Debate
  • 4th place- Caitlin Yaralli- Middle School Original Oratory

High School Updates

Students have successfully started a new semester, and we welcomed back many new students for in-person learning, and we continue to support all at-home learners. Please remember to check Focus for updates on your child's grades continually.   

At the beginning of the semester, Mrs. Rick met with all students to review school expectations. Students were reminded of the academic integrity policy and the importance of academic integrity at FAU High School and FAU. During the workshop, students also completed thoughtful reflections on their learning goals for the spring semester.   

Updates to testing procedures have been made and shared with students. Students must now take their tests in Lockdown Browser while adhering to our new practices. Some of the changes include, but are not limited to: 

  1. All students must use their school-issued iPad to test for all classes. No personal devices are allowed for use during testing.  
  2. During the entirety of any test, there is to be no talking by the student.  
  3. For virtual students, a second device must also be used and connected to Zoom for the testing session's entirety.  
  4. At no time will a student be permitted to leave the secure testing environment or disconnect from the zoom session during an administered test.  
  5. Students may not wear earbuds or headphones while testing.  

FAU High School - Jupiter Campus, in Partnership with Max Planck Academy

The pandemic has severely limited our Research Immersion events this year. Still, FAU High School – Jupiter Campus, in Partnership with Max Planck Academy, offers safe ways to get students together and engage in research activities and discussion! The Research Immersion day focused on environmental microplastics in partnership with Loggerhead Marinelife Center. Students who chose to participate engaged in a microplastics/marine debris research activity, discussion, and tour. 

Rotary Scholar of the Month - Chloe Joseph

Every month, The Rotary Club of Boca Raton Sunset and its Board of Directors honors a senior at FAU High School at a distinct function. This month, we congratulate Chloe Joseph for being selected by the faculty and staff of FAU High as the February 2020 Scholar of the Month. Following the criteria set by the Rotary Club of Boca Raton Sunset for the scholar of the month award, Chloe was chosen as a deserving candidate for this scholarship award. At the February 8 meeting, Chloe was recognized for her achievement and will soon receive a plaque to commemorate this award. At the end of the school year, the Rotary Club will present her a check at a formal gala event sponsored by the Rotary Club of Boca Raton Sunset.

US Presidential Scholars Nominees

FAU High School seniors Christopher Cox & Paris Prince have been named nominees of a pool of more than 4,500 candidates in the 2021 US Presidential Scholars Program. The candidates were selected from nearly 3.6 million students expected to graduate from US high schools in 2021. Inclusion in the US Presidential Scholars Program is one of the highest honors bestowed upon graduating high school seniors. Scholars are selected based on superior academic and artistic achievements, leadership qualities, strong character, and involvement in community and school activities. 

Read more here.

US Presidential Scholars Nominees

FAU High School seniors Christopher Cox & Paris Prince have been named nominees of a pool of more than 4,500 candidates in the 2021 US Presidential Scholars Program. The candidates were selected from nearly 3.6 million students expected to graduate from US high schools in 2021. Inclusion in the US Presidential Scholars Program is one of the highest honors bestowed upon graduating high school seniors. Scholars are selected based on superior academic and artistic achievements, leadership qualities, strong character, and involvement in community and school activities. 

Environmental Science Class

The FAU High Environmental Science class participated in their first virtual field trip of the semester. We visited Okeeheelee Nature Center and discussed the population dynamics of Florida native animals. Emily's time and effort from Okeeheelee is much appreciated in supporting our students' continued learning about our environment.

Model United Nations

On January 22 – 24, the FAU High Model United Nations (MUN) club participated in GatorMUN, a virtual conference sponsored by the University of Florida's MUN. Delegates from around the state and country representing various countries presented, debated, and resolved current and historic world issues. Our students' represented Laos in the following committees: Commission on the Status of Women, Disarmament and International Security, International Trade and Union Confederation, United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.  

Science Olympiad Team

On January 23, the FAU High School Science Olympiad A-Team competed at the MIT Science Olympiad Invitational. The national online science competition consisted of over 50 teams competing in 20 different events that encompass all science genres, including Anatomy, Astronomy, Chemistry, Ornithology, and Fossils. The group consists of three teams with 15 students on each team. These students have a passion for everything that involves science and have dedicated their time and effort to prepare for their events.

We look forward to competing in the Southeast Regional competition being held virtually by FAU on February 27.    

FAU High School Student Named Regeneron STS Scholar

The Cane Institute is exceptionally proud of Devin Willis for being named a Regeneron Science Talent Search (STS) Scholar in this year's competition, the nation's oldest and most prestigious science and math competition. Devin was one of only 7 Florida recipients and the only winner from Palm Beach County! Devin has been involved with The Cane Institute for six years and has competed in FIRST Tech Challenge, FIRST Robotics Competition, Science Fair, Robot Drone League, MATE Underwater Robotics, Science Olympiad, various Hackathons, and other STEM Competitions. To read more about the award, please review here.

Congratulations, Devin! Thank you for all that you have done for TCI!

TCI STEM@Home Mailers

This month's TCI STEM@Home mailer will have you asking, "what's up?" First, you'll be participating in a citizen science research project with The Cornell Lab of Ornithology at Cornell University as you look to the skies and take part in the Great Backyard Bird Count. We hope your new monocular pocket scope will help you see and identify the birds in your neighborhood or favorite nature spot. Download the free Merlin Bird ID app from Google Play or the App Store to help identify birds while making the activity easy and fun! Once done identifying birds, keep your scope for a later mailer where you will look to outer space to study moon phases!

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Academic Games

On December 28 and 29, students from the Boca and Jupiter campus competed in the Academic Games League of America National Winter Invitational against hundreds of students from across the United States.  

High School: Asna Nayani, Mallory Thomas, Victoria Karaluz, McKhaila McKenzie, Shyan Braswell, Lotoya Willis, Eizabeth Insuasti, Armaan Tulsyani, Christian Engman, Josh Rosen, Lara Tunca, Chris Cox, Seymour Haque, Ian Dowling, Luke Carey, Adam Zaidan, and Cassidy Johnson. 

Middle School:  Patrick O'Leary, Mark Zagha, Sabrina Scarpinato, and Isabella Lackner  

Elementary School: Caitlin O'Sullivan and Michael Gomez 

All students were selected based on scores at Regionals. Our students competed in five separate events and placed first in four of the five events with second in the fifth. The competition ranked students based on their final scores in each individual category and overall score in all events. All students competed against each other regardless of grade level, so Elementary, Middle, and High School competed in the same events together. We are so proud of all of our students and look forward to the National Competition in April.  

Winter Invitational Overall High Scores Top 25

  • 3rd place Nationally-Mallory Thomas 10th Grade 
  • 4th place Nationally-McKhaila McKenzie 12th Grade 
  • 5th Place Nationally-Cassidy Johnson 12th Grade 
  • 7th Place Nationally-Caitlin O'Sullivan 5th Grade 
  • 11th Place Nationally-Elizabeth Insuasti 9th Grade 
  • 12th Place Nationally-Seymour Haque 11th Grade  
  • 15th Place Nationally-Shyan Braswell 12th Grade 
  • 18th Place Nationally-Asna Nayani 9th Grade 
  • 24th Place Nationally-Mark Zagha 8th Grade  

History Theme Event  

  • Tied for First Place-Elizabeth Insuasti 9th  
  • Tied for First Place-Mallory Thomas 10th  
  • 3rd Highest Score-Caitlin O'Sullivan 5th  
  • Tied for 4th Highest Score-McKhaila McKenzie 12th  
  • Tied for 4th Highest Score-Asna Nayani 9th     

History Presidents Event 

  • 2nd Highest Score-Elizabeth Insuasti 9th 
  • 4th Highest Score-Mallory Thomas 10th 

History Current Events  

  • Tied for First Place-Caitlin O'Sullivan 5th  
  • Tied for First Place-Elizabeth Insuasti 9th  
  • Tied for First Place-Mallory Thomas 10th 
  • Tied for 3rd Highest Score-Adam Zaidan 9th  
  • Tied for 3rd Highest Score-Christian Engman 11th  
  • Tied for 3rd Highest Score-Asna Nayani 9th  
  • Tied for 4th Highest Score-McKhaila McKenzie 12th  
  • Tied for 4th Highest Score-Lotoya Willis 12th   

Propaganda C 

  • Tied for First Place-Cassidy Johnson 12th 
  • Tied for First Place-McKhaila McKenzie 12th 
  • 2nd Highest Score-Mark Zagha 8th  
  • 3rd Highest Score-Caitlin O'Sullivan 5th  
  • Tied for 4th Highest Score-Chris Cox 12th  
  • Tied for 4th Highest Score-Ian Dowling 12th  
  • Tied for 4th Highest Score-Seymour Haque 11th  
  • Tied for 4th Highest Score-Josh Rosen 12th  
  •  Tied for 4th Highest Score-Adam Zaidan 9th  

Propaganda D 

  • Tied for First Place-Lara Tunca 10th 
  • Tied for First Place-Cassidy Johnson 12th 
  • Tied for First Place-Chris Cox 12th  
  • Tied for 4th Highest Score-Shyan Braswell 12th  
  • Tied for 4th Highest Score-McKhaila McKenzie 12th  
  • Tied for 4th Highest Score-Seymour Haque 11th  
  • Tied for 4th Highest Score-Mallory Thomas 10th


This month also saw the completion of the Academic Games season in Presidents for the year. Through the game of Presidents, students learn about and develop an understanding of the personalities, historical contexts, political decisions, and other events of the United States of America's Presidents.

Students learn how they personally and professionally developed, how they reacted to or changed the times when they served, what types of families they came from, and how they were affected by the political climate surrounding them. Students also learn about other significant events that may have happened during a presidential term. They ultimately synthesize all of these different facts into a unified whole to better understand how the United States government has worked in other historical times. 

Congratulations to the Top 5 Winners in the three Divisions of Academic Games Presidents Tournament.   

Elementary Division 4-6 (Coach O'Sullivan)   

  • 1st-Hannah Harianawalla                   
  • 2nd-Michael Gomez                  
  • 3rd-Caitlin O'Sullivan                                          
  • 4th-Maarya Harianawalla 
  • 5th-Katelyn Lackner                                     

Middle School 7-8 (Coach Gass)   

  • 1st-Isabella Lackner                  
  • 2nd-Daniella Fermin                         
  • 3rd-Mark Zagha                                   
  • 4th-Sabrina Scarpinato                                     
  • 5th-Joshua Scarpinato                

High School Division 9-12 (Coach Palumbo)   

  • 1st-Victoria Karaluz                       
  • 2nd-Christian Engman            
  • 3rd-Mallory Thomas                                         
  • 4th-Seymour Haque   
  • 5th-Asna Nayani   

If you are interested in playing Academic Games Language Arts games, practice starts Monday, February 8, followed by Math Academic Games. Please contact Coach Palumbo at for more information.

OPK12 Research Committee / Research Collaborations

Our schools continue to support innovative research conducted by faculty at FAU and other universities. Here the current projects we are involved in:

  • 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 gather writing samples from 4th-5th grade students to see the relationships among writing skills, writing performance, and writing quality. Their goal is to administer four writing prompts throughout the year, and they have already administered the first prompt and will schedule the second prompt soon. 
  • We are still recruiting for the RESCUE Project with Drs. Fumiko Hoeft, from UCSF & University of Connecticut, and Kenneth Pugh, from Yale & University of Connecticut. The RESCUE Project ( helps K-2nd students learn to read at home using a computer-based game called GraphoLearn. If you are interested in signing up your child for this project, please follow this link: RESCUE Project Interest and Sign up Form.

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.

The results from our past research collaborations have been published in peer-reviewed articles and presented at national and international conferences: Publications and Presentations from Research Collaborations

Former FAU High School research student, Laura Eugene, was featured in FAU's Research Daily for being FAU's 2020 Undergraduate Research of the Year. Laura worked with Lincoln Sloas, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the College of Social Work and Criminal Justice, to research students' opinions on ex-felons' voting rights. In addition, she took the next step in her research and continued working with Dr. Sloas to contribute pages to an encyclopedia entry in the book, "Criminal Justice in America: The Encyclopedia of Crime, Law Enforcement, Courts, and Corrections," which focused on driving while intoxicated (DWI) courts. 

The Owls Imaging Lab (OI Lab) offers lab tours and in-class presentations to all elementary, middle, and high school classes. During the lab tour, students will visit the lab and get to see the equipment in use and have the opportunity to ask questions and interact with lab staff. The OI Lab is also working with teachers to create lab presentations customized for their lesson plans and provide helpful demonstrations that complement their lessons. Recently, Drs. Tift and Shank's Exploring Research class visited the OI Lab to learn more about the equipment available and the many ways they can incorporate the OI Lab into their future research projects. 

As a reminder, The OI Lab offers a virtual lab training experience to an unlimited number of students via Canvas. Students are introduced to the OI Lab equipment, learn how to operate the equipment and explore the research applications of the lab, and develop their own protocols for their specific research goals. Students involved in this self-guided course can advance their research experience by gaining useful skills for future research experiences, building their CV or resume, and creating a research foundation that will allow them to explore their research interests. Students interested in enrolling in this online training should register here: OI Lab Training Registration.


Owls Athletics

As our HS Soccer Season comes to an end, both teams will compete in the FHSAA District Tournament the 1st week of February. HS Tennis and Track and Field have completed their tryouts, and the teams are training to have a successful season with matches and meets starting in February. Please check the athletics website for the most up to date schedule.

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K-12 Counseling Newsletter

In speaking to students about goal-setting and encouraging a growth mindset, we better prepare them to discuss more in-depth topics and set themselves up for their future. This month, we dig deeper and will discuss the importance of college and career readiness. Some of you might be thinking, "Wait, isn't it too early for my child to discuss that and to understand its importance?" The truth is, it's never too early to start talking to students about their future. Please read more from your counseling team by checking our February Newsletter through our school counseling website!

General School Reminders

2021-2022 School Calendar

Please visit our school website's calendar section to view and download the 2021-2022 School Calendar that the School Advisory Body approved last month.

Free or Reduced-price Breakfast and Lunch Re-Enrollment

Next month, we will begin the re-enrollment process for free or reduced-price breakfast and lunch, including collecting activity fees, for the 2021-2022 school year. Student activity fees are charged based on a family's income level, determined by current participation in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP). If your child(ren) qualifies for free or reduced-priced meals, your school activity fee is adjusted accordingly. If you haven't applied for the NSLP this year (20-21) because breakfast and lunch is free to all students, you can still apply here.

If you already participate in the NSLP, you are qualified until July 1! On July 1, the window opens for the 2021-2022 school year. All NSLP participants must reapply annually. If you have any questions about the NSLP, feel free to contact Dr. Bresnahan.

Parent/Guardian FOCUS Accounts and Re-enrollment 2021-2022

Re-enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year requires a parent/guardian account, and now is an excellent time to set up a FOCUS account! 


To set up a new parent/guardian FOCUS account:

  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. Please select the option: "I DO NOT have an Account Registered on the Parent Portal, but my child is Actively Enrolled." Follow these instructions for creating a new parent/guardian account
  3. You must use an email associated with your student's account.
  4. Follow the prompts to add your student(s).
  5. Once A.D. Henderson & FAU High School verifies your account you will be able to download the FOCUS community app from your phone's app store.

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


FOCUS Community App

A.D. Henderson & FAU High School has a FOCUS community app for iPhone and Android users available through your phone's app 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. You can even complete the re-enrollment form – right from the app! Review instructions here.

School Survey

This week you will receive a link to complete a survey. As part of the Florida Civics and Debate Initiative, our school agreed to participate in the Johns Hopkins School Culture Project focused on our school culture's core areas: academic life, administration and governance, communality, "the whole child," and organizational identity. Click on this link for information about the project and upcoming survey. 


Last week we conducted a Code Yellow Lock-out drill. Teachers secure their classrooms, but instruction continues. During the exercise, our safety team members visited each classroom to discuss Code Red Lockdown procedures during a real emergency. The students and teachers were able to identify the steps they would take to keep themselves safe!

Testing Information

The DOE requires all public school students in grades 3-10, attending school either in-person or virtually, to take all required state assessments in-person. To ensure test security, students receiving virtual instruction are required to test on campus. Students receiving virtual instruction must be picked up after testing is completed for that day.

The testing schedule has been modified to mitigate student numbers on campus to ensure strict health and safety testing protocols. Students will be required to wear face coverings and will have their temperature taken before entering the building. Classrooms are set up with plexiglass dividers, and all will maintain social distancing guidelines.  

Additionally, virtual students will take the assessment(s) with other students participating in the same learning modality; thus, all virtual students will test together by subject and/or grade level. All in-person students will test in the same manner. Please review the chart below for upcoming testing dates. 

In preparation for upcoming spring assessments, if your student has an Individualized Education Plan (IEP), a Section 504 plan, or is an English Language Learner (ELL), please contact Mrs. Lyndsay Tolerton to discuss the testing accommodations to be provided for your student. 

For questions related to this test administration, please contact the Assessment Coordinator, Ms. Robinson.

Legends of Learning

After much deliberation, research, and teacher pilots, the science committee was impressed with Legends of Learning's ability to reinforce science concepts with entertaining gameplay. With over 2,000 games, Legends of Learning engages students and assists teachers using the hybrid learning model. Our school district purchased the program for our 5th and 8th-grade classes since these two levels have the science FCAT test. Like all other programs and 'experiments,' we will collect data and survey student interest to see if more grade levels will institute Legends of Learning.

New Chromebooks on the Way!

All middle school students who are currently using the Chromebook 2 will receive upgrades to the Chromebook 3. The new Chromebook has:

  • Intel Celeron N3050 processor with 4G memory
  • Simple and secure Chrome OS
  • 11.6" HD Anti-Reflective Display with Image Enhancer
  • Work or play for up to 11 hours on a single charge
  • Spill-resistant keyboard protects against accidental damage

Students on campus will receive their new devices during lunch. All virtual students obtaining a new device will receive an email from Mrs. Hallstrom to pick a time using a Sign-Up Genius form. 

Carpool Tags

Car tags must be posted on the right-hand side of your vehicle's dashboard as you enter the dismissal line at A.D. Henderson & FAU High School. Placing the carpool tag on the vehicle's dashboard before arriving to pick up your student is essential to our dismissal process. If you do not have a carpool tag for your car, need extra tags or replacement tags, please request the carpool tag using this Google Doc link. Please allow two days for a car tag request to be processed.

PTO Update

Individual Yearbook Photos

If your student took individual school photos from our professional photographer at Simple Smiles, you should have received an email from ADHUS PTO with directions to view and purchase the proof. Please contact for any questions.

The 2020/2021 Yearbook is Now on Sale! 

Please be advised that if you want your student to receive a 2020/2021 yearbook, it must be purchased from the PTO.

For the first year of yearbook sales, we bring you three different options to purchase your student's yearbook!

  1. Digital - $10
    1. An app-driven digital yearbook that you can keep with you on your computer, phone, or tablet. You can sign, attach stickers, and send videos to everyone in your yearbook through the app.
  2. Traditional - $50
    1. A hardcover print yearbook with all the photos and yearbook spreads of years past. This option must be ordered by April 1, 2021.
  3. Digital and Traditional - $55
    1. Have the best of both worlds! A print copy while trying out the new fun digital options! This option must also be ordered by April 1, 2021)                                         

All orders must be purchased through In order to purchase through the PTO store, you must have an account; however, you do not have to be a PTO member to create an account. Thank you, and we appreciate your support!

Any questions about the products available, please send an email to

Business Sponsorship Program

The PTO kicked off a new initiative in partnership with A.D. Henderson & FAU High School called the PTO Business Sponsorship Program. The annual program offers two (2) levels, allowing partners to choose a package that best suits the needs of their business. All costs below are for the entire calendar year, running from January to December each year.

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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