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ACADEMY DIRECTOR: Mark Lebeda


ACADEMY FACILITATOR: June Bigham


ACADEMY TEAM SCHEDULE:

Grade Level
CTE Teacher
CTE Course Name
CTE Course #
CTE Course Section
Pd.
Academic Teacher
Academic Course Name
Academic Course #
Academic Course Section
Pd.
9th
Stevens
Medical Skills
8400320

1-4
Karen Kepner
English



10th
Stevens
Lebeda
Health Sci Anatomy/Phys Hon
8417100H

5,6
4
Robert Holtgrew
World History



11th
Lebeda
Health Sci Foundations
8417110

5
Kimberly Sanders
English



12th
Lebeda
Allied Health Assisting
8417131

7
Scott Wells
Macro Economics



Academy electives
Grade
Teacher
CTE Course Name
Course #
Section
Period
10-12
Lebeda
Health Science Directed Study
8400100

3
12th
Lebeda
Health/Wellness 3
8417000

6

ACADEMY STANDARDS:


*Please upload your supporting documents in the column below for each standard.

ACADEMY STANDARD
SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION
Standard 1: Integrated Curriculum

Standard 2: Cohort Schedule
Criteria/Documentation: Academy team identified on Wiki. Class rosters for each grade level showing a minimum of 50% of students enrolled in academy teacher courses. Note: Provide to your evaluator students in AP or DE so these students do not count against cohort schedule.
Total Students DE/AP Total Pure Students on Rosters %Pure
Grade 9 - 56 0 56 Grade 9 Pure 56 100%
Grade 10 - 54 28 54 Grade 10 Pure 26 45%
Grade 11 - 44 20 44 Grade 11 Pure 24 54%
Grade 12 - 31 15 31 Grade 12 Pure 16 52%
As per Academy Progress Monitoring Report
Standard 3: Program of Study/4-Year Plan
POS Published on School Website: Academy Website
POS Shows 4-year Progression with graduation requirements by Grade Level:
Acceptance into the Academy: Students are required to apply to the Seabreeze High School Allied Health Academy during their 8th grade year. Students are selected based on their GPA, extracurricular activities and letters of recommendation.
1st Year: Students are required to take and successfully complete the Medical Skills and Services course. During this course students will create a portfolio which will count as their end of course exam in which they must pass to move on to the next level. Part of this end of course exam is to complete 10 hours of observation under a medical professional and write three journal entries on 3 unique experiences they had during their 10 hours.
2nd Year: Students are required to take and successfully complete the Health Science Anatomy and Physiology course. The prerequisite for this class is Medical Skills and Services. During this course students will create a portfolio which will count as their end of course exam in which they must pass to move on to the next level. Part of this end of course exam is to complete 25 hours of observation under a medical professional and write five journal entries on 5 unique experiences they had during their 25 hours.
3rd Year: Students are required to take and successfully complete the Allied Health Foundations course. The prerequisite for this class is Medical Skills and Services and Health Science Anatomy and Physiology. During this course students will create a portfolio which will count as their end of course exam in which they must pass to move on to the next level. Part of this end of course exam is to complete 50 hours of observation under a medical professional and write seven journal entries on 7 unique experiences they had during their 50 hours.
4th Year: Students are required to take and successfully complete the Allied Health Foundations course. The prerequisite for this class is Medical Skills and Services, Health Science Anatomy and Physiology and Allied Health Foundations. During this course students will create a portfolio which will count as their end of course exam in which they must pass to move on to the next level. Part of this end of course exam is to complete 75 hours of observation under a medical professional. During the 4th semester the students are responsible for creating a presentation that they will give in front of the entire academy.
BONUS: Academy gives industry certification: Academy gives Certified Medical Administrative Assistant and Emergency Medical Responder Industry Certification in the 3rd level course
Standard 4: Business Partnerships
Allied Health Academy Advisory Committee - 2017-2018
  • Mark Lebeda - Director
  • Daniel Stevens - Teacher
  • Korryn Gattuso - Ambassador
  • Taylor Sturgeon - Ambassador
  • Cathie Rock - Parent
  • Bob Daniels - Grandparent/Guardian
  • Dr. Roy Lemaster - Staff Doctor
  • Garrett Fiske - Alumni
  • Jacob Wagers - Alumni
  • Moriya Patsch - Alumni Representative
Allied Health Academy Advisory Committee - 2018-2019
  • Mark Lebeda - Director
  • Daniel Stevens - Teacher
  • Taylor Sturgeon - Senior Ambassador
  • Hannah Burke - Junior Ambassador
  • Cathie Rock - Parent
  • Bob Daniels - Grandparent/Guardian
  • Dr. Roy Lemaster - Staff Doctor
  • Korryn Gattuso - Alumni
  • Moriya Patsch - Alumni
  • Isa Koreniuk - Alumni Representative
  • Cameron Bowling - President
  • Abby Gabriel- Vice President
  • Kaitlyn Ott- Secretary
  • Trent Crick/Gia Laoun- Treasurer
Advisory board meeting agendas with minutes (2 minimum)
Advisory Board Meeting #1
Advisory Board Meeting #2
Business committee chair: Dr. Roy Lemaster - Head of Sports Medicine Halifax Hospital
Standard 5: Enrollment
Grade 9 total number of academy students: 56 Students
Grade 10 total number of academy students: 54 Students
Grade 11 total number of academy students: 44 Students
Grade 12 total number of academy students: 31 Students
Total Count: 185 Students
As per Academy Progress Monitoring Report
Standard 6: Professional Collaboration
Academy team planning: During teacher duty days the academy team meets for those 8 hour days/4 times a year.
Summer academy workshop or other academy team workshop/conference/seminar: Mark Lebeda and Daniel Stevens attend the National Athletic Trainers Association Conference each summer. During this time they attend workshops on new medical techniques and the latest research. They get 20 hours continuing education hours.
Standard 7: Recruitment
Required: High School Showcase: Our junior and senior ambassador attended this year with former director Brian Eschen
Curriculum fair/Orientation night/Open House: Both Mark Lebeda and Brian Eschen participated in Open House during the beginning of the school year.
8th grade high school registration: The director of the academy attends this night to help anyone who needs assistance in signing up for the academy once they were accepted.
8th grade shadow day: As per administration this is not allowed but we host an event named So You Wanna Be A Sandcrab. This allows students to come out and speak with current students and the teachers in the academy.
HS/MS Collaboration:
Mentoring/Volunteering:
Future Freshman Night:
Other: The 3rd and 4th level classes spent a day going around to a few different elementary schools teaching students basic CPR skills.
Standard 8: Career Focus/Work Based Learning
1st year activities: Grade 9-12 students are required to complete 10 hours of shadowing of a medical professional. These hours consist of at least 3 unique experiences in which they have to write a journal entry on. They can choose from the EMS and public Services EXPO at University High School, Career day at Nemours Children’s Hospital and our 1 Cross Country Home Meet on the beach. There are also a number of guest speakers after school as well as the opportunity to shadow our two Certified Athletic Trainers at Seabreeze High School.
2nd year activities:Grade 10-12 students are required to complete 25 hours of shadowing of a medical professional. These hours consist of at least 5 unique experiences in which they have to write a journal entry on. They can choose from the EMS and public Services EXPO at University High School, Career day at Nemours Children’s Hospital and our 1 Cross Country Home Meet on the beach. There are also a number of guest speakers after school as well as the opportunity to shadow our two Certified Athletic Trainers at Seabreeze High School.
Third year activities: Grade 11&12 students are required to complete 50 hours of shadowing of a medical professional. These hours consist of at least 5 unique experiences in which they have to write a journal entry on. They can choose from the EMS and public Services EXPO at University High School, Career day at Nemours Children’s Hospital, Hospital tour of Halifax Hospital and our 1 Cross Country Home Meet on the beach. There are also a number of guest speakers after school as well as the opportunity to shadow our two Certified Athletic Trainers at Seabreeze High School. The third year students also assist in running a blood drive on campus
4th year activities: Grade 12 students are required to complete 75 hours of shadowing of a medical professional. They need to complete 25 hours per the first 3, 9 week sessions. They are required to pick a unique medical professional to shadow each of those 9 week sessions. The fourth year students run a blood drive on campus.
Standard 9: Marketing
Required: Social Media Presence: Twitter: Seabreeze Allied Health
Required: Academy Logo:
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Academy Promotional video:Currently working with our 3rd and 4th level students in a collaboration with the digital media production class to get the video finished.
Academy Promotional events (Bar-B-Que; Golf Tournament; Partner Appreciation Event; Other)
The Seabreeze Allied Health Academy is in the process of planning a Promotional BBQ and Awards (Graduating Seniors). This will be hosted at a park with invites sent to our business partners, families of current academy members and prospective academy members.
Brochures/Flyers/Newsletter, etc.: Monthly Newsletter : Brochure
Other: Academy Polos: external image IM4aROne_SSUThCP9P1FVd6YmUXvkc5LhaYR_T-F1JTzHSoBJU8Azpx37pi2jBeM8b-vtmteIrb5t3sOm9hTTOfyR-ueH3kFEaT_2qTLS2qsDPKIYfDkcYyJr406IQq-6_8G8fOk
Other:
Bonus: Alumni Representative/Association: 2017- Moriya Patsch: Alumni Representative
2018-Isa Koreniuk: Alumni Representative

Pictures of Our Students Shadowing our Athletic Trainers:
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Our Students on Field Trip and During Special Events:
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