Island Coast High School Won the Lee County Supervisor of Elections 2017 Annual High School Voter Registration Challenge
Lee County, FL (March 3, 2017) Congratulations to Island Coast High School for their outstanding achievement of winning the Lee County Supervisor of Elections 2017 Annual High School Voter Registration Challenge.
The great partnership the Lee County Supervisor of Elections office has with the Lee County School District enabled the Community Education Services Department (CESD) to achieve the 2017 Annual High School Voter Registration Challenge’s goal of promoting community service and encouraging civic engagement.
The Lee County Supervisor of Elections CESD provided voter registration services to students at 15 Lee County High Schools. The statistics for the three winning High Schools:
- First Place Winner, Island Coast High School had 25% of all their eligible students ages 16 and above register to vote.
- Second Place Winner, Mariner High School had 23% of all their eligible students ages 16 and above register to vote.
- Third Place Winner, Cape Coral High School had 18% of all their eligible students ages 16 and above register to vote.
The Honorable Tommy Doyle, Lee County Supervisor of Elections, presented a beautiful traveling trophy to First Place Winner, Island Coast High School. Mariner High School and Cape Coral High School were presented with certificates at the Lee County School Board meeting at 6:00 p.m. on February 21, 2017.
Left to right: Supervisor of Elections, Tommy Doyle; Island Coast High School Principal, Kristin Bueno; and lead Social Studies Teacher, Michael Auer, M. Ed.
Left to right: Supervisor of Elections, Tommy Doyle and Mariner High School Principal, Debbie Diggs
Left to right: Supervisor of Elections, Tommy Doyle and Cape Coral High School Social Studies Teacher, Kristina Morgan.
Left to right: Tommy Doyle, Steven K. Teuber, Michael Auer, Cathleen O’Daniel Morgan, Kristin Bueno, Jane E. Kuckel, Kristina Morgan, Mary Fischer, Artemis Kahl, Debbie Diggs, Student Representative, Dr. Gregory K. Adkins, Chris N. Patricca, Pamela H. LaRiviere and Melisa W. Giovannelli.
The Lee County Supervisor of Elections Office is dedicated to serving our public. We strive for success and excellence in shaping the future of voting in Lee County by empowering every eligible citizen with the tools and education necessary to exercise his or her right to vote. We endeavor to guarantee the integrity and accuracy of every election by administering fair and appropriate voting procedures in compliance with federal and state election laws. For more information about elections, candidates, voter registration, early voting, vote-by-mail requests, precinct locations, poll workers, and outreach events, please visit our website www.lee.vote or call LEE VOTE (533-8683).