Our staff provides a thirty-minute Voter Education Presentation and assists with the following:
- Career day
- Sunshine State Young Readers Award (SSYRA)
- IB Learner Profile
- Mock election
We also provide a 30 minutes Voter Education Presentation and conduct mock elections. Students have a hands-on experience of voting with the same election equipment used on Election Day:
- DS-200 Tabulators
- Voting Booths
- "I Voted" Stickers
Tours of the Elections Center
We cherish any opportunity for the students of Lee County to learn about the election process; therefore, we look forward to touring students around the Elections Center.
Our staff actively collaborates with Summer Camps and Youth Services Groups from the Lee County Library, AFCAAM, Martial Arts University, Estero Recreation Center, and Veterans Park Recreational Center to conduct voter education presentations, mock elections, and other fun activities.
Student Government Association Elections (SGA)
We provide support to all Lee County High Schools, Colleges, and Universities in coordinating their Student Government Association (SGA) elections as needed.
Annual High School Voter Registration Challenge
We are determined to increase voter participation among Lee County’s youngest population. Thus, one of the most successful strategies has been the Annual High School Voter Registration Challenge. All High Schools in the Lee County School District are invited to participate in this annual challenge.
2020-2021 High School Voter Registration Challenge winners receiving their trophies. From left to right: Community Education
Services Director, Juan Diez; North Fort Myers High School Administrator, Ronda Amaya; North Fort Myers High School
World History/Global Studies Teacher, Taylor Ashby; Lee County Supervisor of Election, Tommy Doyle; Lehigh Senior High
School Teacher, Hayley McCulloch, East Lee County Secondary History Teacher, Anne Hester;
Community Education Coordinator, Tony Ryan.
"Arts Vote" Contest
Each year, the Lee County Supervisor of Elections invites High School students to unleash their creativity by participating in our Annual "Arts Vote" Contest. The High School winner receives a $500 award to support their art department. The students whose entries win the "Best Artwork" and "Most Original Artwork" categories receive a certificate of appreciation along with a gift card. Also, the winners receive significant coverage in our social media and newsletter.
Left to right: Lee County Supervisor of Elections, Tommy Doyle; "Best Artwork Winner,"
Cooper Kraft; North Fort Myers High School Art Teacher, Joy Williams;
and North Fort Myers High School Principal Debbie Diggs.