Forest Lake Education Center admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
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✏️ Our 7th and 8th graders learned about one point perspective drawing in Mrs. Emde’s art class this week. The student’s goal was to draw a picture of a town as it appears from the perspective of a person standing in the road. ...
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When you enter Mrs. Hillmon’s 7th/8th grade writing class, you’ll notice all the different seating options she gives her students. These flexible seats provide an outlet for different learning styles and allow the students to maximize their creativity. At the beginning of each class, the middle schoolers race to find their favorite seat. They can pick from wobbly chairs, bouncy chairs, rocking chairs, cushion chairs and traditional desk chairs. So many choices! Which one would you pick? ...
Options! What a wonderful concept! This gives our students the flexibility to learn and feel comfortable in their surroundings. This freedom to choose helps so much with different learning styles. Good Job Mrs.Hillman for you out of the box teaching methods. 👏🏻
Yes the 5th grade teacher I worked with had bean bags and other chairs. It looked strange. They did have the regular desks too for other work. I wish she would have been in one of the pics. Thanks 😊..
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🌟🌟Spotlight on Service🌟🌟
Some of our National Junior Honor Society members went to Advent Health Orlando to help fold gowns for their nurses. These gowns are being used in a greater supply due to COVID protocols. NJHS members, our sponsors, and family members folded gowns for two hours. ...
A huge thank you goes out to the Friends of FLEC volunteers for helping behind the scenes during MyFLEC Week. It would not have been possible without all the extra helping hands!
If you are interesting in volunteering with future events please reach out to us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org ...
MyFLEC Week 2021 has come to an end. Thanks to the support and generosity of the MyFLEC Family we were not only able to reach our schoolwide goal but we exceeded it by over $20,000!! After a week of fundraising and fun our teachers are now looking forward to the arrival of the Promethean Panels which will enhance the student's classroom learning.
Thank you for Making the Future the Present!! ...
ONE HOUR remains!!!!
Can we get all our teams to their goal before we close out MyFLEC Week 2021?
Let’s go FLEC Family! Help Make the Future the Present.
We have 2 hours left in our 3rd annual MyFLEC Week.
2 Hours left for students to earn school spirit trips and prizes.
Four Teams have currently reached their team goal. Can you help the remaining 6 reach theirs and bring the ultimate school goal of Promethean Boards?
Make the Future the Present.