Welcome to HHS

Hagerty High School
3225 Lockwood Blvd.
Oviedo, FL 32765

Main Numbers:
407-871-0750 voice
407-871-0749 fax

Principal:
Dr. Mary Williams (407) 871-0700

Assistant Principals:
Brian Blasewitz (407) 871-0729
Christy Bryce (407) 871-0702
Gisela Cotto (407) 871-0705
Michael Howard  (407) 871-0876
Jesse Walker (407) 871-0703

School Administrative Manager:
Camille Cassara (407) 871-0714

Deans:
Dr. Paula Cruickshank (407) 871-0708
Brett Hamilton (407) 871-0718

Vision and Mission

Vision Statement

By working together to create a tradition of excellence, we the faculty of Hagerty High School believe that all students can learn at their highest achievement level.

 

Mission Statement

Hagerty High School will provide a learning environment that prepares students to think critically, act responsibly and perform successfully while becoming lifelong learners and responsible citizens in a technological and multicultural society. Since students learn differently, we will utilize creative, collaborative, and advanced instructional activities that challenge all students to grow and achieve at their highest level. 

 

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Florida Department of Health

 The Florida Department of Health in Seminole County is reminding the community of the risk of Naegleria fowleri  ameba when swimming or diving in freshwater bodies. Primary amebic encephalitis (PAM) is an infection of the brain caused by Naegleria fowleri ameba. Florida has the second highest incidence of PAM in the U.S., after Texas. PAM infection occurs when the ameba enters through the nose causing meningitis. Almost all PAM cases are fatal. The majority of infections with Naegleria fowleri occur following swimming or diving in freshwater lakes, rivers or hot springs, or thermally heated bodies of water. Infection may also occur when contaminated water from other sources (such as inadequately chlorinated swimming pool water or heated tap water <47°C) enters the nose, for example when people submerge their heads or cleanse during religious practices, and when people irrigate their sinuses. Attached you will find an informational flyer from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) with information on the Naegleria fowleri ameba and methods that may help to reduce the risk of infection, as well as a flyer of Jordan Smelski’s story, a 5th grade graduate at Wilson Elementary School who contracted the ameba last year.  For additional information on this ameba, please contact the Florida Department of Health in Seminole County at (407) 665-3266.