Hello, my name is Anthony Calzadilla,
At Jensen Beach High School, we continue to provide a safe, caring and a positive environment promoting learning for every student. Therefore, we pride ourselves on enforcing a firm, fair and consistent discipline policy. This guiding philosophy has been validated annually since the inception of the school through the school's climate survey.
Our teachers, staff and I will continue to serve and guide students, daily, on a path that will give them the social skills necessary for a productive future in college or career after high school. To accomplish our goal of preparing our students for life after high school, JBHS has and will continue to implement various research-based programs. These programs include but are not limited to, mentoring, counseling, social skills, and Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports. These initiatives, as well as our policies and procedures, promote the safe and positive environment that specifically targets: absenteeism, tardiness, bullying, and "dressing-for-success".
JBHS continues to show progress, growth, and success through our peer and teacher-student mentoring program. Along with our mentoring program, I am proud to announce that JBHS has been nominated as a PBIS Model school again for the 2017-2018 school year. As a PBIS School, we are proactive in understanding why behavioral issues occur and implementing strategies to mitigate them. Again, these strategies include, but are not limited to, a rewards system and alternatives to suspension.
I am excited to share my passion for education, creating life-long learners and promoting the school-wide expectations that will lead each student and our community to succeed in and out of the classroom.
Mr. Anthony Calzadilla M.Ed
Assistant Principal, Student Services
To contact me, call 772.232.3500 Ext. 104
The Martin County School District is committed to preventing bullying in our schools. The District has established a new telephone hotline that allows any individual to report cases of suspected bullying via a voicemail system. We ask that calls to this hotline include as much detail as possible about the incident(s) so that it can be investigated. You may choose to leave your name and contact information or you can make an anonymous report.
To access the Bullying Prevention Hotline:
From any School District telephone, dial Ext. 37188
From any non-School District telephone, dial 772-232-3500, Ext 188