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Due to new rules at SUNY Geneseo, all Freshmen and Sophomores must live in on-campus housing. This severely limits the number of Sisters who are eligible to live in the Phi Lamb House. Please help Phi Lamb keep the house at 24 Wadsworth Street and make a donation via PayPal.

 

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Alumni Spotlights:

 

Jennifer Mahran, Spring 87
 Kaula Lumpur, Malaysia

CharityBegins.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to the newest Lambs, Spring 2011!

PM: Sarah Juedes, APM: Amanda Greene,

Back row: Brianne Kelly, Alicia Ciringione, Ava Russell, Chloe Fernandez, Olivia Kaplan, Kellie Moran, Alexa Arata,

Front row: Ashley Thornton, Leslie Shelton, Ali Payne, Liz Goldenberg

 

 

 

Teacher Jonna Shutowick Named Palm Beach County Social Science Teacher Of The Year

 

Jonna Shutowick, a Social Science teacher at Boca High was named Palm Beach County Social Science teacher of the year. "Jonna Shutowick is empathetic, energetic, inspiring, courageous, versatile, and devoted. She has pioneered new curricula, led learning teams, and conquered every challenge with pure excellence," said Dr. Geoff Mckee, Principal at Boca Raton High.

 

Thankfully, Ms. Shutowick accepted the invitation to lead the Bobcat Achievement Team of World History teachers assigned to improving writing skills. Ms. Shutowick motivated, equipped, and guided these teachers in leading 97% of our students to proficiency. This was the highest percent of any Palm Beach County high school, including Dreyfoos and Suncoast, in 2010. Even more impressive, Boca High students earned 109 perfect sixes, the highest total ever earned in Florida.

 

Having pioneered the curriculum for a Women's Studies course, Ms. Shutowick was the first teacher invited to develop our curriculum for AICE International History. This course had no text book and had never been taught in our district. Consequently, Ms. Shutowick's wide-ranging, well-developed skills, and vision have been immensely valuable. This course is especially important in that it prepares students for an exam which may determine if the students earn a prestigious AICE diploma from England's University of Cambridge.

 

On a personal note, Principal Geoff McKee is especially grateful that she accepted the challenge of teaching this course for the sake of all of her students, including Dr. McKee's son, a Boca High sophomore. Witnessing Ms. Shutowick's work from a father's perspective has given him a new dimension of appreciation for her spectacular teaching.

 

It is fitting that Ms. Shutowick authors the "On the Bright Side" column in the Happy Herald, as she is a gifted writer with endless optimism. She is a natural encourager, gracefully inspiring colleagues and students every day, and a wonderful representative of Palm Beach County's talented Social Science teachers.

 

The School District of Palm Beach County recognizes all efforts that teachers make to become more effective in educating our student. According to research, teacher effectiveness is the key factor that impact student achievement.

 

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE NEWEST

SPRING 2010 SISTERS OF PHI LAMBDA CHI!

Erika Silva, Kim Mellett, Savannah Campbell, Katie Kenny, Alyssa Nugent, Megan Cicolello, Jamie Butcher, Emily Andrews, Melaney Rebello, Gabby Isasi, Jackie Guthart, Netta Admoni, Erin Glayzer

 

 

 

 

Sad News: Phi Lamb sister

Judy Kinch Ferguson (Spring 68)
died on March 13, 2010

Judith Kinch Ferguson is survived by her loving husband Stephen; sons, Jeffrey (Tish) & Justin Ferguson of San Diego, CA; grandchildren, Makayla & Brianna Ferguson; mother-in-law Louise Ferguson of Wellsville, NY; brother Roger Kinch of Walton, NY.

 

Judy was retired from Gates-Chili School District.

 

Friends may call Tuesday, March 16th, 4-7 at James R. Gray Funeral Home, 1530 Buffalo Rd, Rochester & are invited to her Memorial Service Wednesday, 10 am at Gates Presbyterian Church, 1049 Wegman Rd.

 

Kindly consider the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center in her memory.

 

 

 

Exciting News! Final Bids welcomed 14 new Pledges. Check out the latest Newsletter from Alumni Secretary Alyssa Kagan

2010 Spring Semester Newsletter

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Breaking News:

Jeri Tuzzolino Muoio

(Fall 1966)

is running for Mayor of

West Palm Beach, Florida

 

Check out her website

 

And Vote Jeri Muoio for Mayor!