•  American Sign Language: To encourage previous, current, and interested ASL students to use their signing skills, to be involved in the deaf community, and to have fun!  Meetings are Wednesday's after school until 2:45pm. Sponsor is TBA 
  •  Culinary Club: The Culinary Club is a part of STEM Alliance.  We are a service club that prepares food to assist community fundraising activities and random acts of kindness. Meetings are in 14-125. Sponsor is Ms. Singleton
  • Campus Life (Youth for Christ): Foster relationships, community, participate in discussions and bible studies. Meetings Wednesday @ 7:00 - 7:25am  in 13-115. Sponsor is Ms. Harris & Ms. Linde
  • Drama Guild: To promote experience in theatre and help students who wish to make acting their profession. Meetings are the last Tue. of the month 2 :30-3 :15 in Bldg. 13 Rm. 140. Sponsor Ms. Dweck
  • Book Club: It is open to faculty and students- we will be reading selected books and discussing them. Meetings are Thursdays (once a month) Bldg. 14-201. Sponsor is Ms. Roemer  
  • Enviro Club: To explore current environmental issues, educate the community about local environmental concerns, devise solutions/action plans for local environmental issues, compete in Enviro Thon, maintain the school garden, and grow food for and feed rescued manatees at Mote Marine. Meetings are Meetings TBA 4-143 Sponsor is Mrs. Coppola   
  • FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America): Designed to help students prepare for college and careers through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, community service, academic, and technological skills. Meetings are Wednesdays after school in 14-204a. Sponsors: Ms. Blasdel/Mr. Mora
  • FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes): For students of similar faith, values and beliefs to meet and encourage one another. Meetings are Thursdays @ 7:05am in 14-125. Sponsor is Mr. Sera  
  • HOSA Government: Students interested in Health Occupation. Meetings are Fridays after school in 14-203. Sponsor is Mrs. Brown    
  • La Sertoa (Grade 10-12): Serving school and community through service. Meetings are 1st & 3rd Tuesday’s. Location/Sponsors are TBA    
  • Junto (Grade 10-12): We are a male organization striving to create a more well-rounded student through discussion and debate on questions of moral, politics and social issues. We will use community service as the application of these principles. Meetings/Location/Sponsors are TBA   
  • Key Club: Community Service Meetings are every Friday. Sponsor is Ms. Sherrell.  
  • National Honor Society (Grades 11 & 12 only): To honor the outstanding student scholars at SHS students must have a 3.5 GPA. Meetings are the second Thursday each month in the Café at 2:30. Sponsors are Taylore Harris & Mike Havener  
  • National Arts Honor Society: To promote experiences in the art. Meetings are the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month in 13-211. Sponsor is Ms. Markley   
  • National English Honor Society: Our "mission" is to promote English literacy at Sarasota High, and carry out community-service projects to advocate and celebrate of the study of English. Meeting Time/Location and Sponsor are TBA.  
  • Poetry Club: SHS Students come to share and listen to original writing. Meeting Time/Location and Sponsor are TBA.   
  • Lady Sailor Service Club: To serve the community and the school. Meeting Time/Location and Sponsor are TBA.   
  • Student Government: To serve as an elected decision-making student body. Meetings are Tuesday after school in Bldg. 14-203. Sponsor is Mrs. Brown  
  • TSA (Technology Student Association): For students interested in playing with technology. Meetings are Tuesday 2:20-3:20 in Bldg. 14-106. Sponsor is Mr. Vanarsdall    
  • ROTC: Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) is a high school elective which prepares students (cadets) for college and their future.  Cadets learn how to plan, lead, and develop good study habits and test taking skills.  JROTC provides students with leadership skills, real life situations and enables them to be aware of their rights and privileges as an American citizen. Meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of the month 6:00 – 8:00pm in 42-802. Sponsor is LTC Christopher Davis  
  • YMCA Achievers: The Y Achievers Program is an academic achievement/career development initiative to help teens set and pursue high educational and career goals, resulting in graduation and acceptance to an institution of higher learning. The Y achievers provides workshops and mentorship designed to give 9-12th grade students the tools they need to succeed in college and beyond. Meetings are the last Thursday of the Month in the Café. Sponsor is Ms. Singleton  

 


Ahles, Shane - Social Studies
Aleman, Juany - World Languages
Alexander, Gayle - Math
Alfrey, Charles - Performing Arts, Band & Music
Anthony, Valerie - ESE Liasion,
Aschenbrenner, Mark - Athletic Director & PE
Ashby, Susan - Math
Atkins, Dumaka - Social Studies
Barresi, Gina - Language Arts, AICE & Reading
Barrett, Brian - Social Studies, ESE & Anchor
Barwick, Raymond - Social Studies
Bell, Jane - Secretary
Berkey, Dean - Testing Coordinator; Math
Blasdel, Jennifer - CTE, Accounting Applications
Brazil, Michael - Science
Brown, Jackie - CTE, Health & Wellness, Physical Education
Budd, Barbara - CTE, Web Development
Burggraff, May - Administrative Assistant, Athletics
Campbell, Lyn - Administrative Assistant, Principal
Cantrell, Sheldon - School Resource Officer
Carrion, Carlos - World Language
Castorani, Candis - Psychologist
Cavallaro, Steve - Social Studies, Anchor
Charles, Mario - ISS Aide
Chasteen, Casey - Guidance Counselor, ESE
Clark, Sheila - Registrar
Conti, Star - Guidance Counselor, AICE 11-12
Coppola, Brien - Global Learning Center
Coppola, Courtney - Science
Costa, Jodi - Science
Crihfield, Sandy - Social Studies
Cross, Sarah - Social Studies Teacher
Cullen, Kimberly - ESOL Teacher
Dale, Valerie - ESE Science
Davis. Christopher - ROTC
Deal, Joy - Attendance Secretary
Deighton, Kimberly - Math
Dolder, Carla - Health Room Aide
Dunk, Austin - CTE, Applied Engineering
Dweck, Melissa - Theatre Arts, Drama
Ehlers, Megan - Science
Elsbree, Keith - Yearbook, TV Production & Media Studies
Falgowski, Jared - Math
Felden, Kathy - Language Arts
Ferrara, Linda - Registrar
Fields, Kevin - Career Center
Floryjanski, Mary Jo - Visual Arts
Foley, Wendy - Bookkeeper
Fortner, Dan - Math
Gallucci, Tom - Campus Security
Gartland, Keri - English
Genis, Reina - PE
Gibala, Chris - Social Studies
Godley, Ginger - Nurse
Gonzalez, Stacy - ESOL Aide
Graham, Susan - Language Arts, ESE
Guss, Maxwell - Math
Hallinger, Colleen - Art
Harris, Ashley - English
Harris, Taylore - Language Arts
Harshman, Andy - Science
Harshman, Kristina - Science
Havener, Michael - Language Arts
Hilliard, Susan - ESE Liaison
Holley, Shawn - Math
Hughes, Adam - Social Studies
Jacobs, Teresa - Media Aide
James, Janice - ESE Aide
James, Mallory - ESE Aide
Janeiro, Ross - English
Jones, David P. - Principal
Judge, Donna - Campus Security
Kaplan, Deborah - Math
Karas, Stella - Social Studies
Karwatt, Christy - Social Studies
Kayser, Adria - Counselor R - Z
Kennedy, Cathy - ESE Aide
Knispel, Lacey - Theatre Arts, Drama
Labsan, Hermie - ESE Aide
Latronica, Kelly - PE
Lawyer, Bill - Technology Support
Levine, Deborah - Language Arts
Linde, Hope - Language Arts
Lofton, Georgia - Language Arts, Anchor
Lowicz, Jamie - Assistant Principal, Grade 12
Maddox, Karla - English
Markley, Debra - Visual Arts
Marshall, Kim - Math, Anchor
Mavrikas, Amanda - Administrative Assistant, Admin. Office
McElyea, Lou - Receptionist
Mendenhall, Kyle - Math
Middleton, Ashlee - Language Arts & Reading
Middleton, Ken - ESE
Mikulski, Jennifer, Administrative Assistant
Miller, Deanna - Math
Miranda, Luis - Science
Moffitt, Valerie - Math
Mora, Glen - CTE, JAVA Development & Programming
Moyer, Becky - Assistant Principal, A- F
Nelson, Shannon - Language Arts, ESE
Nye, Amy - Science
Nzeza, Malele - Science
Oness, Dave - Social Studies
Owen, Tiffany - English
Paquette, Rebecca - ASL Teacher
Parker, Craig - ESE Aide
Perkins, Robert - Math, ESE & Anchor
Peters, Jeremy - PE
Phillips, Gwen - World Language
Piearcy, Noemi - ESOL Aide
Pulphus, Fred - JROTC
Ritchie, Karen - ESE Aide
Roemer, Ashley - Language Arts
Rowe, Susan - Language Therapy, ESE
Rumph, Greg - Assistant Principal G - M
Rupprecht, Mark - ESE Behavior Specialist
Sanders, Kirby - Performing Arts, Music & Choir
Santiso, Dan - Science
Saslow, Laurie - AICE Coordinator; Science
Schenk, Merlin - Assistant Principal, N - Z
Seal, Terry - Campus Security
Sera, Ed - Social Studies, Physical Education
Seres, Maggie - Administrative Assistant, AICE
Shackelford, Robert - Social Studies
Sharbono, Christian - Social Studies
Shepard, Scott - ROTC
Sherk, Nancy - Reading
Sherrell, Edna - Reading
Singleton, Christina - CTE, Culinary Arts
Smith, Constanze
St. John, Terri - Language Arts, AICE
Stevenson, John - Science
Sutter, Chris - Performing Arts Technician
Sweitzer, George - Guidance Counselor, E-K
Swirles, Scott - Social Studies
Taylor, Lauren - Guidance Counselor, A-D
Terry, Stephen - Orchestra
Thomas, Gavin - Math
Tierney, Michael - Math
Timm, Marsha - CTE, Digital Design & OJT
Tomlinson, Joanna - Reading, ESE & ESOL
Unger, John - World Language
VanArsdall, Eric - CTE, Applied Engineering & Math
Varga, Bretton - English
Vick, Sharon - Guidance Counselor, L-Q
Vincitore, Michael
Wexler, Anita - Visual Arts
Volz, Ed - ESOL Liason
Warren, Gerry - ESE Aide
Warren, Mary Ann - ESE Autistic Aide
Weccele, Kristina - Math
Weeks, Elizabeth - ESE Aide
Wells, Dana - Math
Wozniak, Tim - Campus Security
Zacharias, Jeff - Language Arts
Zagrocki, Hallie - Science