by: Roderick Avery Fludd, Director of Diversity and Inclusion
In partnership with the Shorecrest Black Student Union and the Families of African American Students Affinity groups, Shorecrest is hosting an end-of-the-year celebration: Friday, June 10, 10am-2pm at Shorecrest, with a brief program honoring our recent graduates at 12pm and lunch available.
by: Rachel Barrett, Director of Marketing and Communications
On Wednesday, May 18, 2022, Head of School, Nancy Spencer, welcomed Dr. Allen Root for a personal tour of the recently renovated Root Family Fine Arts Gallery adjacent to the Janet Root Theatre. A rededication established the space as the new home of the Janet Root Award for Excellence in Visual Arts.
Alumna Laura Peterson Addicott ‘12 was the Valedictorian and Outstanding Senior of the Shorecrest Class of 2012. It is a tradition at Shorecrest for the Outstanding Senior to return to speak at Commencement 10 years after their own graduation. Laura will return to Shorecrest later this month to address the Class of 2022. Learn what she's been up to!
Due to a public speaking ability learned by listening to his newsman father, Paul Wilson was chosen to read the student announcements at Shorecrest Preparatory School in the mid 1980s. But he didn’t always mimic his father John Wilson, the retired Tampa news anchor. “Sometimes I’d read the announcements like Richard Nixon,” Wilson, 54, said. “Who knew that would lead to a job?”
In December 2020, alumna Jordan Tralins ’19 felt like there was a hole in her social media feed regarding the COVID-19 information shared by her age group - college students. The Cornell University junior - who plans to pursue medicine with a focus on neurodiversity - decided to use her skills of medical research to share relatable content in bite-sized chunks with her peers on TikTok and Instagram. Information for the messaging comes from the CDC, WHO and the New England Journal of Medicine.
Stacy Alexander graduated with a B.A. in Sociology and Mass Communications from the University of Florida and a M.A. in Higher Education from the University of Louisville. Prior to joining Shorecrest, Stacy served as the Assistant Vice President for Community Relations and Communications for Mote Marine Laboratory located in Sarasota. She is a recent graduate of the Leadership St. Pete program through the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce. In addition to her work with Shorecrest students and alumni, Stacy serves as an Advisor in the Upper School, is sponsor of Shorecrest’s Student Ambassador Program and the Guardian ad Litem Club. Stacy grew up in Palm Harbor and St. Petersburg, Florida.
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