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The school I have the privilege of observing for my practicum is Lyons Creek Middle School. It is located in Coconut Creek, FL and is one of 79 middle schools in Broward School District. Lyons Creek Middle School is a Micro-society business and entrepreneurial magnet school, and operates on a six period schedule, with school starting at 9:30A.M. and dismissing at 4:00P.M. Lyons Creek has an FCAT school grade of "A" for the 2011-2012 academic years. Magnet schools are public schools that offer a specialized curriculum or educational philosophy, often with a specific focus or theme. Magnet schools promote student diversity because they are open to students outside the normal school district boundaries and often attract high caliber students through competitive programs. It is a suburban city school that has a mix diversity of Haitian, Hispanic and American population. The school serves about 2074 students in grades 6 through 8, 100 teachers and has an overall staff of 64 which include clerical maintenance and substitute teachers.
DEMOGRAPHIC FOR THE SCHOOL Total 6th grade students | 617 | Total 7th grade students | 788 | Total 8th grade students | 669 | Total number of students | 2074 | Total number of American Indian/Alaska Native students | 5 | Total number of American Indian/Alaska Native students | 92 | Total number of American Indian/Alaska Native students | 370 | Total number of Hispanic students | 643 |

Although school begins at 9:30A.M, teachers required to arrive 8:30A.M. each day and they’re permitted to leave 4:00P.M. My clinical educator, Mrs. Jahnanan arrives at her schedule time, 8:30 A.M and leave at 4:10P.M. The school appearance was in good condition. The bathrooms are neatly kept, and are mainly located along the corridors of each buildings and floors. The stalls are in good condition as far as the doors are attached…...

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