Electives

ART

Dykins, James

  • N/A
  • Art
  • Draw 1
  • Art 3D 1 & 2
  • Ceram-Pot
  • Art 2D 2
  • AICE AS
  • AL Art
  • Design/Portfolio

Nelson, Candyce

  • N/A
  • N/A
  • Art
  • Art 2D 1
  • Draw 1

 

BAND

Herring, Steve

  • N/A
  • N/A
  • Band 1-6
  • Jazz 1-4

 

CCTE

Ellis-Powers, Gwyne

  • N/A
  • Ag Communications 2 & 3
  • Horticulture Science 3
  • Ag Science 1
  • Ag OJT

Lucas, Megan

  • N/A
  • N/A
  • Introduction to Info Tech
  • Digital Design 1 & 2
  • Entrepreneurship

Licata, Andrea

  • N/A
  • Mrs. Licata is a native of New York and received her BFA in Interior Design from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. She has over thirty years of experience in the design and implementation of the built environment. She is certified in Art K-12 and in Drafting.
  • Tech Design 1 & 2
  • AICE Design
  • Tech/Adv Tech App
  • Pre-AICE Design & Tech

Mazza, Wayne

  • N/A
  • Electrical 1: (Core Curriculum): (1.0) Students will learn the fundamentals of Basic Construction Knowledge such as Safety, Basic Math, Basic Knowledge of Hand and  Power Tools used in the trades. The course also teaches how to fill out a Resume / Job Application, read and have a working knowledge of Architectural Prints.
  • Electrical 2/3: (2.0) In this double block class students will gain general knowledge of Electrical Safety, Electrical Theory working knowledge of the National Electrical Code Book, understanding of multiple complex Circuitry, basic conduit bending, residential wiring, and load calculations.
  • Electrical 4: (1.0) Students will develop a deeper understanding of fundamental motors, motor controls, intricate parts of the electrical distribution panels, and the workings of Commercial/ residential sites.
  • Electricians install electrical systems in structures; they install wiring and other electrical components, such as circuit breaker panels, switches, and light fixtures, and they follow blueprints, the National Electrical Code® and state and local codes. To prepare trainees a career in the electrical field, NCCER offers a comprehensive, 4-level Electrical curriculum that complies with DOL time-based standards for apprenticeship. After completing three years you could be Industry certified and also qualify for Florida Bright Futures.

Roberts, Charlotte

  • N/A
  • N/A

  • Vet Assist 1-4
  • Ag Science 1

Virgen, Elizabeth

  • Mrs. Virgen is a PHS graduate C/O 1996 and earned her Bachelor’s Degree at Saint Leo University. She is certified in Elementary Education K-6th grade and Business Education 6th-12th. She is PHS FBLA adviser and webmaster for our school website.

  • Accounting 1
  • AICE Business
  • BCE OJT

 

JROTC

Johnson, Paul

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  • Petty Officer Paul Johnson completed his bachelor’s degree in Psychology in his native United Kingdom in 2000 before moving to the US and serving in the United States Coast Guard until his early retirement in 2013 due a traumatic injury. PO Johnson served in a large number of positions of the US Military and, most notable, since retirement, PO1 Johnson has continued working with the Government – serving as a member of Team USA for the London Invictus Games before joining PHS as NJROTC NSI in August 2016. Petty Officer Johnson also, since retirement, has completed both a Master’s Degree in Psychology and a Certification in Instructional Design, Development and Delivery. He enjoys Adaptive Athletics, Military and Global History and living in Florida.
  • NJROTC

ONLINE LAB

Calcaterra, Carolyn

  • N/A
  • Virtual ILS Lab


Physical Education

Colding, Brian

  • N/A
  • Personal Fitness

DeAugustino, Mark

  • N/A
  • Team Sports 1 & 2
  • IndDual 1& 2

McHugh, Tom

  • N/A

  • Weight Training 1 -3
  • Personal Fitness

 

Spanish

McDonald, Elizabeth

  • N/A

  • Spanish 1
  • Pre-AICE Spanish 1

Purdy, Jennifer

  • N/A
  • N/A

  • Spanish 2
  • Pre-AICE Spanish 1 & 2

Tushoski, Silvia

  • N/A
  • N/A

  • Spanish 1 & 2

  • N/A

  • Pre-AICE Spanish 3
  • AICE Spanish 1