Charter high schools in Bonita Springs, Marco Island opening in August

They’ve crossed all of their T’s and dotted all of their I’s, and now two charter high schools are ready to open in Collier and South Lee County in August.

And while the schools are opening to serve two different types of students, both schools boast smaller class sizes, a more convenient location and a tailored education, officials from the schools said.

Richard Milburn Academy South, 9230 Brookwood Court, Bonita Springs, aims to put at-risk children back on track. The vision of the academy is to provide more guidance to help students graduate from high school who normally would have struggled at local public high schools, like Estero and South Fort Myers.

“We can educate the kids, prevent them from dropping out of school and help more kids graduate,” School Director Irma Miller said.

Marco Island Academy, which is temporarily located at 1450 Winterberry Drive on Marco Island, caters to a student population interested in mathematics and science.

The school is the vision of Jane Watt. She heard Marco Island parents complain about their kids’ high school education and saw the need for a specialized secondary school.

Growing up in Ohio, Watt had a passion for marine science but never had opportunities to pursue it. After moving to Marco Island, the mother of three noticed that the curriculum still hardly addressed hands-on marine science, even in such a diverse ecosystem as Southwest Florida.

“It didn’t make sense, the curriculum was almost the same as Ohio. Except we have the Everglades and the ocean right here,” she said.

This was the catalyst for Watt and six other community members to start the nonprofit Marco Island Discovery Center to raise money for a Marco Island charter school offering specialized programs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, also called a STEM program.

The community members felt it would be too difficult to implement these programs at Lely High School in East Naples, where students from the Island would normally attend high school. Watt felt that changing the curriculum at Lely would have been impossible.

“I think there are some really good teachers and programs at Lely, but I do think that at Lely — and at schools across the U.S. — students are falling behind in math and science compared with other countries,” Watt said.

The schedule will require all freshmen to take a double block of math and English.

The school received a $325,000 start-up grant from the state to use for new computers and lab equipment. There are already 70 ninth- and 10th-graders — the school is only enrolling freshmen and sophomores — enrolled to begin school Aug. 22.

Marco Island Academy can only enroll a total of 100 ninth- and 10th-graders while it is leasing a building on the Island for the first year. The school is raising money to build its own facility.

The Bonita Springs charter school has a different approach to education, working to “provide services to students who have experienced difficulty in a traditional school setting.”

There are 13 Milburn Schools across Florida and Texas.

The Bonita Springs Richard Milburn Academy South just opened enrollment three weeks ago. As of Friday, 18 students had enrolled in all four grades combined.

But Miller anticipates the enrollment will grow over the summer before its opening for the academic year Aug. 8.

Students attending Richard Milburn Academy would normally attend Estero High School. All students from Lee County are able to enroll in the school.

Some community members felt that the local Bonita Springs government ignored the new charter school.

“The school was not helped at all by our city administration,” William Lewis said in an email to Bonita Springs community members.

Lewis and other members hoped for more encouragement and involvement from the city administration, particularly because the charter school stepped in to assist students who struggled academically.

However, by nature, charter schools are independent of the local public schools and therefore must be started independently of the local administration.

Bonita Springs’ Mayor Nelson thinks that the new charter school will be an awesome addition to the area.

“These are really bright kids, some kids just need an extra hand,” Nelson said. “This school will provide them with that support.”

Marco Island Academy and Richard Milburn Academy will reduce the commute time for most students attending the schools. Transportation to and from the school must be provided by the parents or public transportation.

Both schools will provide niche educational experiences for students seeking specialized instruction and individualized attention. It is an experience that founding school members felt students could not adequately receive at the local public schools.

“It will expose students to more opportunities and give students an alternative option,” Watt said.

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Ocram (Inactive) writes:

The comments above relating to the offerings of Math and Science at the Marco Island Academy are too much to swallow. The school does not yet appear to have a certified teacher of Science English or Math listed on its site listing of staff members. Will the Phys. Ed or Social Studies teachers also be teaching English, Math or Science?

Jane also claims to "ALREADY have 70 enrollees" for 9th and 10 grades. She has had since last April or May to enroll the previously claimed 250 to 300 possible enrollees. What happenened to the other 230 possible enrollees did the already enroll somewhere else? And misinformation seems to go on and on.

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

Thanks,

This does not surprise me, at all. What does surprise me, though, is the number of well intentioned people that can be sold a bill of goods such as what has been promised by the MIA and accept that bill of goods at face value.

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

Facts are facts, unsubstantiated promises are just that, unsubstantiated.

The article itself might be of help here.

http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2...

RayPray writes:

"Will the Phys. Ed or Social Studies teachers also be teaching English, Math or Science?"

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Ian_Curtis writes:

My child went to a science related camp at a respected northeast university recently. I asked about the academics of the other students at the camp. My child said they were all top students from all over the country from public and private schools. My child could not believe how far behind the other students were in math. My child was 1 to 2 years ahead of all of them in math and equal to if not above the other students in science. This was one of the top programs in the country with the top students and my child excelled.
Did I forget to mention that my child is a student at Lely?

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

I guess your child had one of the really good teachers that Jane spoke about in the article above. Not surprising the vast majority of them fall into that catagory and maybe just maybe your child fell into the catagory of doing all of his homework, as best he/she could. Congratulations on both your child and your obviously very good parenting.

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

Islandeye,

Do you believe the statements in the above article stating that Jane saw the "need" of a "specialized" school here on Marco. What happened to the unbearable 14 mile trip our island's students had to take each morning and night? When she made her presentations last year that was right on the top of the list of reasons why we, on Marco, needed a high school. Now that that reason was blasted out of the water, we have a "passion for marine science" as a reason for all of this.

And how about the comment: "The community members felt it would be too difficult to implement these programs at Lely High School in East Naples, where students from the Island would normally attend high school. Watt felt that changing the curriculum at Lely would have been impossible." How much experience in education program developement did she have in order to proclaim such a broad statement. What effort did she or any of her followers attempt at this goal before they set out to slam the public education already provided at Lely?

Rustie writes:

@islandeye

It's spelled "they're", perhaps you should attend the charter MIA HS.

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

Rustie,

Don't you think they will need and English teacher first?

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

Whoops, "an" I did not say "a"!

Rustie writes:

Whoops... I meant to correct islandeye's use of "there" which should have been "their"... Looks like I'm getting a bit rusty with my english.

Nonetheless islandeye is still a moron.

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

Press 1 for English, 2 for English, 3 for English......!!!!!

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

Keep on posting Herzili.....your handlers will be proud of you!

"However - the State of the Art school is coming soon. No doubt about that. In one year everybody of Marco Island will be proud of this new diamond. I like Mrs. Watts vision and how she worked to fulfill it. With persistence and endurance. Skills and courage. That are the bricks of Americas foundation. Never this small thinking yesterday people like OCRAM and his stirrup holder islandeye."

Marianne Herzili

Translation:

1. Diamond....You mean Cubic Zirconium.
2. State of Art school...Look ma, no English, Math or Science teachers needed. Maybe an internet connection or two.
3. Persistance and endurance....Has anyone heard the use of "complete honesty and transparency?
4. Skills and Courage....No real experience needed here.
...

ajm3s writes:

"Marco Island Academy, which is temporarily located at 1450 Winterberry Drive on Marco Island, caters to a student population interested in mathematics and science."

So the first educators and programs reviewed by the board were math and science or soccer and football?

Am I being too inquisitive?

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

Another phony post, above, by Marianne Herzili trying to make it look like the real islandeye. Boy we can really believe a word you say. Sad that you, Marianne Herzili, have to resort to this kind of camoufage and trickery. You learned well from your handlers, didn't you now!

Keep this up and everyone will not believe a word that is said by any of the proponents. As if they do now.

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

No matter how much the Marianne Herzili's of the world try to redirect discussion in order to obfuscate or camouflage the truth, the facts can not be hidden.

Keeping this in mind, Charter Schools are 7 times more likely to get an "F" rating than are public schools.

http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2...

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

M.H. All this means nothing unless you have the properly certified staff, along with the necessary experience. Somehow you fail to include that in your post. Now how about dealing with what is and not some future "possiblilty".

How can any of your performance promises be accomplished with the lack of teachers in the major subject areas such as Science, Math and English? Please answer that question. By what means will your promises be fulfilled?

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

She promised a lot of things that still have yet come to pass. Why should she be believed now?

Who is going to take a chance on unfulfilled promises, with their children? If Jane wants to take a chance on her kid's future let it be, but she seems to be covering her possibilities by now saying that there are some good teachers at Lely. Could it be that she sees the writing on the wall and that her kids will have to attend Lely?

It is not my back up against that wall. I do not have to prove myself in some 30 days. Jane and Co. have some real hurdles to jump and the clock is ticking.

You still have not attempted to answer the question as to where are the English, Science and Math teachers?

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

Islandeye,

It must have been the MarcoIslandWoman from the Bizarro World that posted his most recent post. He really can not be that unable to read and translate to his home tongue, can he be?

Well when thanks are due I have to say thanks, once again, for his proving and posting most of what we have been saying all along.

jwputnam writes:

I repeat my challenge to do a "Man On The Steet" interview of Lely students on campus with VERY basic questions covering math, chemistry, government, and literature.

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

jwp, Lets take that to a bit of reality, who is going to be teaching those subjects here? Have you looked at the Charter School's staff, there are no math, chemistry or literature teachers listed. At least at Lely there are teachers to teach those subjects if the students have the desire to learn them.

Northerner writes:

Jwputnam,
I challenge you to interview the math, chemistry, government and literature TEACHERS at MIA. Oh that's right there isn't any...awesome cafe though.

jwputnam writes:

Lely is the problem. Otherwise there would be no need for MIA. Simple enough. Get it?

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

JWPUTNAM,

If as according to you Lely is the problem and not the 14 mile trip then why was there little to no effort in improving Lely by the proponents? Lely already has the experienced teachers, the educational plant with the necessary space. If the same efforts and funds were put into Lely as were put into the MIA there would have been a great deal more to show, for many more students, than all of the misteps that have been accomplished my the MIA thus far.

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

Have you ever heard of Parent-Teacher's Associations? How about curriculum development committees? Health and Safety?

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

At what level of "proof" is this guy's blood level?

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

LITTLE TO NO HIGH SCHOOL TEACHING EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!

The newly listed staff appears to have some nice people, but don't we need a bit more than substitute teaching, tutoring and a semester of teaching?

Maybe in time they all can be excellent teachers, with some real high school teaching or high school guidance counceling under their belts. Maybe Jane and a couple of her officer's can wait with their youngsters, but can anyone else's students who will be preparing for the FCAT's and college preparation wait that long?

Lafarge writes:

Did I miss something this past week? I noticed the signs on the San Marco Property that the Academy has future plans for. The signs declares that the Academy is Opening August 2011? Had the sign been ordered last year? Am I mistaken that there are city regulations governing the number and size of signs permitted on such properties.

Lafarge writes:

Perhaps someone should be reading these regulations regarding size and number of signs allowed placement on residential and non residential property and act accordingly!

http://www.cityofmarcoisland.com/modu...

Ruger writes:

So what's up with all the bloggers hating on the new Charter High School?

I wonder if the Charter Middle School had this many negative people attacking them when they started?

Oh well, MICMS is now the best middle school in Collier County and I expect nothing less from our High School in the future.

Haters are gonna Hate.

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

Ruger,

You can use the word hate as much as you like. Capitilize just in case you think that it would be more impressive. Maybe dealing with facts would be a better way of posting something.

The facts are at the middle school teachers who were hired may have had more experience and proper teaching credentials than those that are listed for the high school. If they didn't it was quite a bit easier to stay a couple of pages ahead of the students, when preparing for class. Do you realize there is a vast difference between high school and middle or elementary schools?

Come on now, do you think that elementary school experience is going to be enough to prepare students for the FCATs? Do you think that a semester of teaching is adequate for advanced placement or college prep?

There is, also, a great deal more needed in experience and credentials in a high school education than there is in a middle or elementary school, and that is at all levels.

Nice people with passions for teaching is very important but quite inadequate when it comes to educating to the level that is needed here.

Lafarge writes:

Ocram,

My father used to often say something to the effect of "You can lead a horse to water, but you can not make him drink". It is now up to the Marco Island Academy to prove their worth and disprove what you have been posting for quite some time. I wish the Academy luck, but know it will take a great their more than that to succeed in their efforts

Northerner writes:

Ruger,
I'm tired of the opponents being called "haters" of MIA. I have been reading these blogs from day one and never has there been any use of the word "hate" except by the proponents. Ocram has very valid points about MIA on every level and it seems no one can answer his/her valid questions. In the end it all comes down to concern for the children whose lives will be ruined by attending MIA. Call any college admission office and ask them what is the most important part of the college application and they will tell you it is academic transcript starting at grade 9.Colleges want to see high grades in challenging courses which MIA does not offer. An "A" in PE or art or basic math and science will not cut it. Would you let your child or grandchild be the guinea pig for MIA. Jane Watt doesn't seem to care. Her kid doesn't start HS for 3 more yrs. I don't know how she sleeps at night...really I don't.

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

Lets go with facts relevant to the original topic.
According to the Sun Times today Jane was is saying that there were 10 new enrollees at the MIA recently. Stating emphatically that the number is approaching 100 and can not be 101. Notice that she does not now state how many are actually enrolled and how many are dropping from enrollement each day.
What happenened to the other 200 to 250 available 9th and 10th grade students that were supposed to be coming to the Academy by Jane's own count last year during her "honest" assessment of the need for a High School. The fact is that none of those other parents wanted their students used as "sacrificial lambs" for Jane and Co. They enrolled in the other "real" high schools available to them not a phony lets make it look like we have teachers "from all over the country" Jane's words teaching, many for the first time in front of a class of their own. Notice that many of the teachers, she does have, taught at Lely or live on Marco. Still there is no Science teacher, English teacher that is not listed as a language arts not English teacher,an Elementary School Guidance Councelor no college placement or high school experience, Internet degreed Principal, Math teacher with one real semester of classroom time,
Middle school Social Studies teacher, etc. etc etc. World Class not this year, next year or who knows when or if when.

How much smoke and mirrors and failure to adequately perform will be accepted by parents before they realize they have all been duped?

And who do they still put out there for their lead blogger, when questions are asked, no other that the couldn't decide whether he wants to be male or female, Republican or Democrat MarcoIslandWomen, also known as Marianne Herzili. Do you get the picture, a phony blogger with no real answers but only slanderous remarks about anyone who disagrees with the hidden workings of the Academy. Why do they allow him....because they have no satisfactory answers themselves to questions that should have been answered during the last year.

Ruger writes:

in response to Northerner:

Ruger,
I'm tired of the opponents being called "haters" of MIA. I have been reading these blogs from day one and never has there been any use of the word "hate" except by the proponents. Ocram has very valid points about MIA on every level and it seems no one can answer his/her valid questions. In the end it all comes down to concern for the children whose lives will be ruined by attending MIA. Call any college admission office and ask them what is the most important part of the college application and they will tell you it is academic transcript starting at grade 9.Colleges want to see high grades in challenging courses which MIA does not offer. An "A" in PE or art or basic math and science will not cut it. Would you let your child or grandchild be the guinea pig for MIA. Jane Watt doesn't seem to care. Her kid doesn't start HS for 3 more yrs. I don't know how she sleeps at night...really I don't.

As I mentioned earlier, MICMS likely had a many naysayers when they started and similar concerns expressed.

At some point it is better to be optimistic than berating the community with a debbie the downer attitude.

http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:AN...

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

Ruger,

Northerner is not berating a community. He/she is making a point that you have inapropriately used the term hater for anyone who disagrees with you and the MIA.

So far the MIA has "failed" at quite a few things.....Location, transparency, enrollment, completely experienced and properly credentialed staff and who knows what else. Parents should be careful that the MIA does not add failing with their children to that ominous list. Unsubstantiated promises could end up being very costly.

Ruger, deal with the truth/facts and not what you think, may have, happened years ago. It may not even be your own child who will be one of the "sacrificial lambs" for the first couple of years.

What will happen when those who have been sacrificed if the MIA fails altogether? That is one significant chance to take for anyone's child's future. Prospective parents should be checking with colleges to find out that answer because I am quite sure that neither you nor I can give them the "facts" they need to know.

Lafarge writes:

in response to islandeye1_235971:

(This comment was removed by the site staff.)

The poster above must be drunk!

Jane Whats, who is that? (posted twice)!
Now calling opponents child abusers.
Using another's similar name.

This is really an example of why this newspaper has to monitor posts that are abusive, defamatory....etc.

I now have to agree, fully, with Ocram as to this being quite an example of what the High School proponents have called out to support their efforts by statements posted, such as above.

By allowing this type of posting abuse they have absolutely demeaned their attempts to be forthcoming.

Is_It_True_Partially_True_Or_Not_True (Inactive) writes:

Did one of the proponents actually come out and call people who are not in favor of a high school child abusers? Who does this individual think he is addressing?

That kind of talk when someone is under the influence of alcohol, could be what that person is like, him or herself, in reality but may only be hiding it when he/she is sober.

I really hope that this individual is not one of the people who is or will be coming in contact with any school age children at the Academy, middle or elementary school for that matter.

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

Islandeye,

I have to laugh, not at what MarcoIslandWoman said in his post but this may have been the last feeble attempt for the High School's proponents to convince that they are doing what is right for the students and that anybody who stands in their way and questions their methods and staffing procedures have to be made to appear like they are dirt or worse.

What else could be expected from them when they appear to be down to their last shot at making a failing effort look good?

MarcoTrojan writes:

JWPutnam,

What would you like to know? Maybe about how to find the derivative of an equation using the limit of x as h approaches 00 method? F(x-h)2 - fx all over h

Maybe you would like to know the six carbon structure of carbohydrates and how they are metabolized in glycolosis, the krebs cycle, and oxidative phosphoration to produce ATP.

Maybe you would like to know how the judicial system determines whether or not laws are constitutional?

Maybe you would like to explore some of the main themes in Greek tragedies like the iliad or Oedipus?

Or maybe how I received 2 fives and a four on the nationwide AP tests in the last two years I have been at Lely high school?
Maybe you're the one who should do some research

Coming from an incoming junior at Lely high school.

Lafarge writes:

MarcoTrojan, Congratulations on taking advantage of what appears to be an excellent educational facility. It takes a combination of good teachers and a receptive mind to learn what you have presented above. No slanderous comments can take that from you.

Lafarge writes:

in response to islandeye1_235971:

(This comment was removed by the site staff.)

Mrs. Watt, These are the people you have representing you?

Lafarge writes:

I am really upset by the tone of talk and laguage which the above islandeye1_235971 has been posting. His calling people who disagree with Jane Watt to be "child molesters" or "child abusers". There is no reason for this kind of talk from anyone who claims to support a school of any kind on this island. I will tell anyone straight out that talk like that has turned many more people off to the plans of Jane Watt and rightfully so.

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

Lafarge,

For nearly a year posts such the one you mentioned have been posted by the most posted proponent of the Marco Island Academy. You can not tell me that the other proponents of the Academy did not read these posts. In fact many of these posts were posted immediately after other proponents were asked questions, on these blogs, regarding the faculty of the Academy or news announcements that have been made by Jane Watt.

At no time did any of the other proponents attempt to put a stop to these posts or show any disagreement to them thus allowing them to progress from child haters and now to child molestors.

You are 100% correct in stating that these actions, in total, have done little to any good in gaining support from this community for Jane's desired plans. In fact it has done a great deal of harm as one can see by the anemic enrollment at the Academy.

This newspaper has to do the job it states above each blog and step in, when necessary, to not allow such misuse of its site or as the real Islandeye stated, nobody will pay any attention to them.

Ruger writes:

in response to Ocram:

Ruger,

Northerner is not berating a community. He/she is making a point that you have inapropriately used the term hater for anyone who disagrees with you and the MIA.

So far the MIA has "failed" at quite a few things.....Location, transparency, enrollment, completely experienced and properly credentialed staff and who knows what else. Parents should be careful that the MIA does not add failing with their children to that ominous list. Unsubstantiated promises could end up being very costly.

Ruger, deal with the truth/facts and not what you think, may have, happened years ago. It may not even be your own child who will be one of the "sacrificial lambs" for the first couple of years.

What will happen when those who have been sacrificed if the MIA fails altogether? That is one significant chance to take for anyone's child's future. Prospective parents should be checking with colleges to find out that answer because I am quite sure that neither you nor I can give them the "facts" they need to know.

You need to start being honest about your agenda...here are some of your posts that should clear up a few things up for the class...

http://www.marconews.com/users/Ocram/...

February 6, 2011
11:53 a.m
SUPPORT LELY AND RECEIVE A "REAL, HONEST TO GOODNESS" HIGH SCHOOL EXPERIENCE!

IF NEEDED, PUT YOUR EFFORTS INTO IMPROVING AREAS OF YOUR CONCERN IN ORDER TO BENEFIT ALL.

RECEIVE AN EDUCATION FROM EDUCATORS AND ADMINISTRATORS WITH YEARS OF ON THE JOB EXPERIENCE.

YOU WILL BE HAPPY AND YOU CHILDREN WILL BE HAPPY YOU DID.

.....

February 6, 2011
9:05 a.m

Hey Jane Watt et. al.

Why do you have to do national searches for teachers if you have Herzili and Klabautermann? Just think you would not have to pay them. They can teach the high schooler's everything they have to know and more including what it takes to be an American.

February 6, 2011
8:57 a.m.

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February 5, 2011
10:28 p.m
Blogger above,

PILED HIGHER AND DEEPER ONCE AGAIN.

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

Ruger,

You missed one thing....All of my comments are true and factual. Can you say that about yours?

Lafarge writes:

in response to islandeye1_235971:

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Surely the signs of a losing cause:
A.Impersonation and slanderous remarks regarding the competition B.Making promises that are impossible to predict and by all signs very unlikely to occur.

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

in response to MarcoIslandWoman:

(This comment was removed by the site staff.)

Now M.H. This is YOUR post from February.
Were you lying then, or are you lying now?

February 7, 2011
4:36 p.m.
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Written on MIA is ‘MIA’ no more – Marco Island Academy lays out plans for coming school year:
"And do us a big favor Herzili, aka Klabautermann and stand by your own ever bragged about words of calling for a referendum since last July."

Klabautermann is assassinated by you and others. He was a Democrat. And he was in favor for a referendum.

I am a republican. I am not in favor for a referendum. I learn Fromm MMM how to do business on Marco Island.

Marianne Herzili

When was the last time you made a mistake and told the truth?

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

in response to MarcoIslandWoman:

(This comment was removed by the site staff.)

M.H.

In your case and in your case alone, the first sentence above, absolutely, applies to lying.

Ocram (Inactive) writes:

Enough of all of the deflection.

Back to topic of the original article:

What happened to the 250-300 students that were supposed to be enrolling at the MIA in grades 9 -10 which was stated as the original NEED for a high school on Marco? 70 - 75 "possible" enrollees definitely does not show that need to be as forthright as suggested by the MIA's proponents.

Why have I read and heard that the principal along with Ms. Watt are now beating the bushes in Naples and Marco to get to just 100 in order to just fill the "cut back" school at the Baptist Church?

We will all see in some 21 days what number of students really will be attending.

TICK TOCK, TICK TOCK.

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