Proclamations

Student Recognition Student Recognition

Mayor Jim Boesch presented proclamations to Cody Hutcheson and Bryanna McCarthy, both having earned the recognition of Scholar with Distinction and AICE Diploma with Distinction, and Valeria Molinary (third photo) who earned recognition of Outstanding Learning with Merit, and AICE Diploma with Distinction as a junior, which is the highest level of diploma that Cambridge awards.

Student Recognition

Cambridge awards. Some of the 40 Estero High School students recognized for outstanding performance in the June 2018 Cambridge examination series.

Estero High School students recently recognized by the Cambridge Assessment International Education were congratulated and presented proclamations by Mayor Jim Boesch, Vice-Mayor Bill Ribble and members of Council at the beginning of this meeting.

In addition, 40 students from Estero High School were recognized by Cambridge Assessment International Education for their outstanding performance in the June 2018 Cambridge examination series.

The Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards are a group of awards issued by Cambridge Assessment International Education who recognize exceptional learner achievement in Cambridge examinations around the world.

EHS principal recognized

Front, left to right: Councilmember Nick Batos, Estero High School Principal Clayton Simmons and Lee County School Board District 3 member Chris Patricca. Second row, left to right: Vice-Mayor Bill Ribble, Councilmember Howard Levitan, Jon McLain, Mayor Jim Boesch, Katy Errington and Jim Wilson.

Estero High School Principal Clayton Simmons was presented a proclamation congratulating him for being selected as “Principal of the Year for the School District of Lee County.”  Simmons was named principal of the high school in July 2014.  He has created an academic leadership team that includes the strongest teachers representing all departments to create an exceptional educational environment.

Consent Agenda

intersectionWilliams Road – Atlantic Blvd. intersection improvements design

One of the areas the Village receives the most complaints about is the intersection of Atlantic Blvd. and Williams Road. The majority of complaints stem from illegal left turns from the Walgreens parking lot or turning around in the adjacent Life Care Center parking lot.

Council approved AIM Engineering & Surveying, Inc. to perform design services for improvements to this intersection.  The Village of Estero will pay up to $79,275.08 for the proposed services.  (Summary Sheet)<