Students First for 11-19-15

Collier County Public Schools would like to congratulate Immokalee Middle School (IMS) on being selected to have a WeatherSTEM unit installed on campus. WeatherSTEM is an educational product that combines learning technology with meteorology. The weather station collects live weather information with a variety of tools including a cloud camera that takes pictures of the […]

Students First for November 5

Great things are always happening at our schools and I would like to take a moment to showcase a few special events. Students, families, and staff enjoyed a fun night last week at the Immokalee Middle School Fall Festival. In addition to great food and exciting games, everyone loved the fabulous performance by Mr. Barton […]

Students First for Ocotober 29

The excitement is building for Collier County Public Schools’ (CCPS) first-ever 5K Walk-Run, powered by Suncoast Credit Union. The event will be held on Saturday, December 5th, starting at 8:00 a.m., at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Administrative Center Campus (5775 Osceola Trail, Naples). The race is being organized by Gulf Coast Runners and […]

Students First for Ocotober 22

From a new place to climb to generous donations from our community partners, here’s a quick snapshot of some of the great things happening in our Immokalee area schools this month. Lake Trafford Elementary (LTE) is looking forward to the 2015 Fall Festival to be held on October 30th, 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. There will […]

Students First for October 15

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Kik, Whisper, Tumblr, Snapchat, and Oovoo – these names may read like a foreign language to some parents, but not to your kids. “You really need to know what these apps do and the way these apps work,” explains Sgt. Wade Williams of the Collier County Sheriff’s Office Special Crimes Bureau. If […]

Students First – Immokalee High School’s Academy of Information Technology

This week Immokalee High School’s Academy of Information Technology got the chance to showcase something very special. They were selected as one of only 20 schools nationwide to win a technology grant and participate in this year’s Lenovo Scholar Network. “Immokalee High School’s need and the uniqueness of the community won them this grant,” explains […]