Students First – IHS teacher uses Monopoly to teach fiscal policy

Learning about fiscal policy may seem boring to some. Add in a game of Monopoly and it’s a whole different story! Immokalee High School teacher Diana McGowen found the idea online and was able to tweak the game to cover concepts taught in her 12th-grade Economics classroom. “Students have to write down data based on […]

IHS Wrestling Team takes the trophy

The Immokalee High School (IHS) wrestling team placed 1st in the Cowboy Classic held last weekend in LaBelle. The students at Immokalee High School are very committed to the various sports that are offered. Hooray for the talent at Immokalee High School.

Go Cross County Runners!!

The Immokalee Cross Country Team has been very successful in winning for FY 2019 and they even qualified for the State Championship which is coming this Saturday, November 8, in Tallahassee. For the community of Immokalee, Ave Maria, Big Cypress and surrounding area, please come to the championship event to show your support. Pictured from […]

Students First -IHS LaCrosse team has highest GPA

Immokalee High School’s Lacrosse team has one of the highest GPAs in the school. Last season, the team celebrated its fourth straight winning season and, again, played for the District Championship. With its success both academically and on the field, you would think that the team was well equipped for another successful new season. However, […]

IHS Beta Club dominates at nationals

Immokalee High School’s (IHS) Beta Club continues to dominate on the national stage. Its recent return from the National Beta Convention in Oklahoma City brought numerous accolades, including first place (National Champions!) in the categories of Problem Solving and Character Skit; second place in Campaign Skit; and sixth place in Scrapbook/Portfolio. In addition to its […]

Students First – School is out

Congratulations, students and teachers! The last day of school has arrived, and we could not be more proud of all that you’ve accomplished this year. These last few weeks were filled with lots of celebrations, including moving-up ceremonies and graduations. Our current fifth-grade students in Immokalee will head to Immokalee Middle School in the fall. […]

Students First “Grad Walks”

With the tune of “Pomp and Circumstance” playing joyfully through the speakers, graduating seniors from Immokalee High School, dressed in their caps and gowns, walked the halls of Pinecrest Elementary School. The Pinecrest students cheered with excitement and shared signs of encouragement. It wasn’t graduation just yet. These events are known throughout CCPS as “Grad […]

Students First – IHS Students honored at Academic Signing Days

Athletic Signing Days are nothing new to Immokalee. Football, for example, is celebrated and respected throughout the community. It was something that got Collier County Public Schools (CCPS) thinking. It was great to celebrate the district’s most accomplished athletes, but why not recognize students who excel academically, too? So a few years back, CCPS implemented […]

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 […]