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Mrs. Stephanie Robertson

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Mrs. Stephanie Robertson

Mrs. Stephanie Robertson teaches Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) to all of Clewiston High School’s Tigers (9th-12th grade). She provides instructional support in reading classes. Mrs. Robertson is our AVID site coordinator and one of our lead teachers. Mrs. Robertson is a product of Clewiston High School. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Education from Florida SouthWestern State College (formerly Edison State College). She holds a Reading Endorsement, ESOL Endorsement, and ESE Certification. Mrs. Robertson has been married for 29 years and she has 2 children and 1 grandchild.


Mrs. Robertson's teaching philosophy is To be great at anything, you must practice it daily.

Mrs. Veronica Roquett

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Mrs. Veronica Roquett

Mrs. Veronica Roquett is our Media Specialist at Clewiston High School. She teaches Television Production and provides instructional support with the Reading/English department. She is our sponsor for the class of 2019. Mrs. Roquett earned her Bachelor of Arts in English from the Florida International University. She earned her Masters of Education in Reading from the Florida Gulf Coast University. Mr. and Mrs. Roquett enjoys being part of the close knit community of Clewiston. Mrs. Roquett is a proud mother of one.


Mrs. Roquett’s teaching philosophy is The ultimate objective is for scholars to become more effective communicators and thinkers.  My job is to teach them and show them how to achieve this objective.  I want scholars to understand literacy as an exploration of language instead of practicing grammar rules and memorizing the events and characters of the stories they read.  The real world demands that they be skilled in interpreting someone’s message and/or expression as well as being able to craft their own.  A scholar’s first task is to find meaning in what he/she reads and in writing or creating something meaningful when presented with a purpose.  scholars should come to understand that the more they read and the more vocabulary they acquire, the greater background they will have with which to shape and refine their message, albeit creative or nonfiction.  When scholars become better readers and better thinkers they will, in effect, better understand the world and their role in it.  Horace Mann said that “Language is not merely a necessary instrument of civilization, past or present, but it is an indispensable condition of our existence as rational beings” (Cremin, 1957, p.35).  I would argue that the word language can be replaced with the word literacy in describing its importance in becoming active and productive members of society.

Mr. Brent "Cheese" Johnston

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Mr. Brent "Cheese" Johnston

Mr. Brent Johnston teaches Physical Education (P.E.) to all of Clewiston High School’s Tigers (9th-12th grade). He coaches Football and Baseball. Mr. Johnston is a product of Clewiston High School. He earned his Bachelor’s from the the University of South Florida.

 

Mr. Johnston’s teaching philosophy is Develop and maintain a positive learning environment that allows his scholars to feel safe physically and emotionally. He wants his scholars to be themselves and be ready to learn and have fun in class. I want to prepare scholars with skills for future leisure pursuits through exposure to a wide variety of individual/team and alternative activities, improve understanding of health-related fitness concepts, increase awareness of activities outside of the classroom for participation, increase gains in areas of health related fitness, provide an outlet for creativity and self-expression, and GET scholars ACTIVE FOR LIFE!

Mr. Charles "Brad" Garrett

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Mr. Charles "Brad" Garrett

Coach Charles "Brad" Garrett teaches Weightlifting and works with our scholars in the credit recovery lab. Coach Garrett is the Head Varsity Football coach and Head Track & Field Boys coach. He attended Quincy University and graduated from Florida Southern. Coach Garrett is married with one daughter.


Coach Garrett’s teaching philosophy is "Learn to fight through mental fatigue as well as physical fatigue."

Mrs. Tamara Harn

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Mrs. Tamara Harn

Mrs. Tamara Harn teaches Art to all of Clewiston High School’s Tigers (9th-12th grade). She is our the Art Club sponsor and she is the class sponsor for the Class of 2021. Mrs. Harn was raised in the United States Air Force. She is a product of LaBelle High School. She earned her Bachelors from the Florida Gulf Coast University.


Mrs. Harn’s teaching philosophy is "If you hear a voice within you saying 'you cannot paint,' then by all means paint, and that voice will be silenced." ~Vincent Van Gogh

Ms. Marizel Perez

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Ms. Marizel Perez

Ms. Marizel Perez teaches Spanish to all Clewiston High School’s Tigers. She is our Spanish club sponsor. Ms. Perez immigrated from Cuba and graduated from Law School from the University of Havana.


Ms. Perez’s teaching philosophy is  Do it the best that you can!

Ms. Tianna Thomas

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Ms. Tianna Thomas

Ms. Ti’Anna Thomas teaches Physical Education (P.E.) to all of Clewiston High School’s Tigers (9th-12th grade). She also coaches girls Basketball and Track n Field. Ms. Thomas is a product of Clewiston High School where she graduated with the class of 2014 with top ten percent of her class. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Warner University where she graduated with Cum Laude as well as being apart of the Alpha Lambda Delta Society as well as the Kappa Delta Pi Society. She is currently working on her Masters degree in Elementary Education Mathematics.

Ms. Thomas teaching philosophy is to create an positive, active, and learning environment for her scholars. She wants her scholars to know that they can do whatever they put their minds to. She wants them to wake up every morning filled with energy ready to face the world that they will someday make a difference in.  She hopes to live a big impact on their lives stating, “I can, I do, and I will.”