Schools

Raines: More Than Old Memories

Raines: More Than Old Memories

Raines: More Than Old Memories

Remembering Raines

Remembering Raines

Remembering Raines

“A mind is a terrible thing to waste” is
the quote from the United Negro College Fund (UNCF),
the dedicated educators of Raines High School
displayed in the documentary “We Remember Raines”
cared about their students, encouraged
student success and were role models in their communities.

There was no “time to waste, only time to build young minds”
was one of many comments made about the importance of teaching.
Raines has gone through a transformation of leading the state of
Florida with scholars, scholar athletes, influential men and women
that even in the 21st century are powerful in their authority and
authoritative abilities to educate and help youth.

Teen and Young Adult Heath Summit

Teen and Young Adult Heath Summit

What is the Truth About “Becky and Teddy”

Day Care Bullying Is Your Child Safe

Day Care Bullying Is Your Child Safe

When a 9 year old boy in a Vicksburg, MS Day Care literally kicked, punched, choked and bit toddlers at a Day Care it made parents understand the realities of Day Care bullying and child on child abuse and violence.

JCCI Forward and We Remember Raines

JCCI Forward and We Remember Raines

JCCI Forward and We Remember Raines

A community is democratic only when the humblest
and weakest person can enjoy the highest civil,
economic, and social rights that the biggest and most
powerful possess.  Philip Randolph

An evening to Remember….

Education is the great equalizer, an equitable
educational system is needed to empower and engage
learning equally for all students. William Jackson

The opportunity to share in dialogue about the
progressive nature and transformative events of the
past 30 years. How public education has taken a turn
for the better or worse. The historical changes from
policies, desegregation, parental involvement and
faculty accountability. These elements have a profound
effect not just on Raines, but Duval County Public Schools
and the move from a traditional Southern mentality towards
educational diversity and inclusion.

Mayor Alvin Brown’s Learn2Earn Experience

Mayor Alvin Brown’s Learn2Earn Experience

I was proud and energized to be an instructor with
Mayor Alvin Brown’s Learn2Earn Experience.
L2E was a two week academic and social experience
promoting the value of higher education.

An immersion program attended by over 200 selected
high school students throughout Duval County Public
Schools, many of whom are seeking to be the first in
their family to go to college.

Opening their academic doors were Jacksonville
University and the University of North Florida.
During these engaging weeks students were provided
the opportunity to experience firsthand college life
experiences. Students lived in the dorms with their
chaperones, learned and participated in educational,
cultural and social events just as traditional college
students.

The Learn2Earn curriculum included:
My College Self, Career Research, Finding the Right Major,
Cash for College and College Fit and Selection.
A special week long component provide by

The Blood On Your Voter ID Card

The Blood On Your Voter ID Card

The Blood On Your Voter ID Card