Students First time to update contact info

The last day of school is right around the corner. Before the summer break begins, think about updating your contact information with us through the CCPS Portal. The CCPS Portal is a one-stop shop for parents to update their contact information, choose their communication preferences, and acknowledge important paperwork. You can find a link to […]

Immokalee High School student takes flight!

Eduardo Garcia took his first flight Saturday, May 4 and was provided an hour of dual instruction in a Cessna 172 Skyhawk. Gary Brooks was his flight instructor and is his teacher at Immokalee High School. Eduardo is 16 years old and a Sophmore in the Aerospace Technology class. He did a fantastic job learning […]

Immokalee Student Gives Back through Mentorship

Special to the Immokalee Bulletin Anita Muñoz-Trejo, a graduate of Immokalee High School’s class of 2014, has been an involved community member for many years and is currently working with local non-profit organizations, Florida Dreamcatchers and One by One Leadership Foundation, to give back to Immokalee through mentorship. Most recently, Anita graduated from FGCU with […]

Students First iTECH a pillar

Immokalee Technical College (iTECH) has been a pillar within the Immokalee community, providing real-world educational experiences to qualify students for employment and career advancement. Numerous success stories walk out its doors with industry certifications and job offers in tow. Students, once unsure of what their futures would hold, come alive upon seeing what iTECH has […]

Immokalee Soccer School and Academy more than just soccer

The Academy recently traveled with one of our Immokalee Soccer School & Academy students, Aroldo Santos, to South Bend, Indiana for a visit to Notre Dame University. As part of his campus visit Aroldo attended an orientation, received an official tour of the university, and sat in on two classes including a class in his […]

Students First – Immokalee teams bring home wins

Immokalee is becoming a leader in the way of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math, otherwise known as STEAM. In fact, two teams from our Immokalee schools came home with first place wins after competing with schools across the district at the 6th Annual STEAM Competition on Saturday, April 13, at Florida SouthWestern State College’s […]

Students First – Count down to last day of school

It’s hard to believe that we are less than two months away from the last day of school. As we begin to count down these final days before summer, we start to reflect on the tremendous efforts of our Immokalee teachers and staff. While many live right here in the area, others travel miles each […]

Beta Club leads Foundation junior to a national stage

NAPLES – This summer, Immokalee Foundation student Wenchy Dutreuil will travel to Beta Club’s 2019 National Convention in Oklahoma City, where he hopes to be elected national club secretary. A junior at Immokalee High School, Dutreuil is currently state secretary of Beta Club, the largest independent, nonprofit, educational youth organization in the U.S. For more […]

Students First – Dr. Carrion visits SSTRIDE at IHS

One by one, Dr. Jennifer Carrion went around the room, “Pediatrician, Biomedical Engineer, Nurse, Rheumatologist,” she heard. Dr. Carrion, a guest speaker from Lee Memorial Hospital, was visiting Nathaniel Benson’s SSTRIDE (Science Students Together Reaching Instructional Diversity & Excellence) class at Immokalee High School to speak about her journey into family medicine. The story resonated […]

Students First – CCPS holds symposium at IMS

On Tuesday, April 2, Collier County Public Schools (CCPS) held a Virtual Symposium on Building Grit and Strengthening Resilience in Children. Immokalee Middle School opened its doors and welcomed parents and community members interested in attending the virtual presentation. Six panelists, including Immokalee High School principal Clara Calderon, discussed different ways parents could positively impact […]