Academy Director: Jessica Clayton

Academy Teacher Team & Schedule:

Teacher's NameJessica Clayton
Course(s) TaughtPBS
Period Taught3rd, 4th, & 7th

1st, 2nd, 5th

Med Prep
3rd, 4th, & 7th
Perry Revlett
1st, 2nd, & 6th

3rd - 5th
John Devito
Jamie Luxton
Data Clerk
Bill Lastowski
Bio Hon.

Donna Alvatore
Chem Hon.

Leanna Parrish
Anatomy & Phys. Hon

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



Standard 1: Integrated Curriculum / Projects

Curriculum In Action:

Curriculum In Action:

Standard 2: Career Focus

Standard 3: Program of Study

Standard 4: Advisory Committee

Standard 5: Enrollment
Currently waiting on DeVito to fix 9th grade enrollment, once fixed, I will add the progress monitoring report to confirm enrollment.
Standard 6: Pure Schedule
See DeVito and Luxton
Standard 7: Common Planning / Collaboration
PLC: STEM Monday meetings during Office hoursDirector's Meetings
Collaboration via e-mail, phone calls, texts
ICW meetings
PLTW State Conference - Embry Riddle October 17, 2014
Standard 8: Staff Development
Director's MeetingsICW Meetings
Madatory Monthly Professional Development (ER Wednesday)
Weekly STEM PLC Meetings (Mon: 11-11:30)
Academy Application Processing/Qualifying - Feb. 2015
PLTW State Conference - Embry Riddle October 17, 2014
Academy Application Processing & Qualifications - February 6th
Standard 9: Articulation
Academy Ambassador: Malorie Kinney
UHS EMS/Military Expo
CTE Liason - Debra Dumas (attends our feeder middle school to share about the academies at UHS)
Attend Sneak Peak, Open House, River Springs Sneak Peak, and High School Showcase
Debary Elementary Hoe Down
Debary Elementary Science Night
Ambassador T-shirts
S.T.E.M. Academy Medallion
Robotics sells STEM academy Keychains with lanyards
Standard 10: Workbased Learning

Please see standard 2 regarding career exploration via guest speakers and research on various medical careers.
Standard 11: Capstone Project
In PBS (level1) - Intro to course - no capstone for course.In HBS (level 2) - Creating Clay Mannequin Human Bodies while studying the various human body systems. SERT Disaster Drill- uses community members within the medical profession to assess student knowledge previously obtained in class in order to function in various emergency disasters.
In MI (level 3) - Students will design the perfect Bionic Human using all of the knowledge they have obtained through the course of the year in order to use appropriate medical interventions to create the perfect Bionic Human (4.4.2).
In BI (level 4) - The Grant Proposal will be inserted here as a cummulative project of all of the knowledge students have obtained through the past 3 years of being in the Biomedical Sciences Academy.
The Grant Proposal: Students have researched a disease, what causes the disease at it's most basic form, current treatments of the disease, what treatments can be created to cure/better treat the disease (although it may be creative), who (medical personnel) would be involved in creating the treatment, and how much the treatment would cost as well as which procedures to follow in order to implement the treatment.
Standard 12: Marketing
STEM Logo final orang black stroke.JPG
STEM Logo final orang black stroke.JPG

Academy Ambassador: Summer Moon
Ambassador T-shirts
We also have academy T-shirts, Brochures, and Commercial.
Biomedical Sciences Teacher website:
Attend Sneak Peak, Open House, River Springs Sneak Peak, and High School Showcase
Attend UCF S.T.E.M. Expo (field trip)
EMS/Military Day
Debary Elementary Science Night - STEM UHS Students run the mini sciences projects as students circulate.
Academy Graduation Pin
Final Evaluation: