Mr. Alfred Fabrizio

Phone: 772-219-1800

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Mr. Alfred Fabrizio

Principal

Al Fabrizio has over 30 years of secondary education experience in the Martin County School District serving as a special education teacher and coordinator, Dean of students, assistant principal of curriculum and the last eight years the principal at Martin County High School. Martin County is a comprehensive high school that serves over 2,200 students.  Mr. Fabrizio has a Bachelor’s of Arts in Social Science and Secondary Education from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and a Master of Science in Special Education from the State University of New York at Geneseo. Mr. Fabrizio has taken a data-driven approach to all elements that impact student achievement and school culture while always letting the answer to the question, “Is it good for kids?” guide the decision making process. The goal at MCHS is clear, to provide a learning environment that is both safe and promotes learning for our students and adults. The focus remains unchanged, that is to get “each one of our students across their own individual finish line”, crossing the stage at graduation prepared for their post-secondary pursuits. Al is certified as a facilitator through the National Institute for School Leadership Executive Development Program. Mr. Fabrizio’s recognitions include being named his district’s assistant principal of the year and is a recipient of the Florida Department of Education’s 2008 Outstanding Assistant Principal Achievement Award. Al also received the University of Florida Distinguished Educator Award in 2014 as well as completed the Florida Department of Education’s Commissioner’s Leadership Academy in 2016.

 

Mrs. Virginia Skinner

Phone: 772-219-1800

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Mrs. Virginia Skinner

Mrs. Virginia Skinner

Mrs. Skinner received a Bachelor of Arts in Education with a Specialization in Mathematics from Palm Beach Atlantic College and a Masters in Educational Leadership from Florida Atlantic University. She has been in education for 27 years and in administration for 17 years. When asked why she transferred from teaching to administration, Mrs. Skinner replied that she wanted to “expand the teaching support that [she] was fortunate to receive as a teacher and help a broader group of students.” She was awarded Martin County School District Teacher of the Year, as well as Martin County School District Assistant Principal of the Year. Mrs. Skinner was born in Binghamton, New York and graduated from South Fork High School. She enjoys reading, gardening, and cooking/baking. Mrs. Skinner’s favorite memories from all her years of education are each graduation attended and the “stories of success and sacrifice.”

Mr. Mark Cowles

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Mr. Mark Cowles

Mr. Mark Cowles

Mr. Cowles received a Bachelor’s degree from Courtland State University and a Master’s degree from Barry University. He has been in education for 24 years and received an award for Social Studies Teacher of the Year by the Florida Council. He has been in administration for six years. When asked why he made the switch from teaching to administration, Mr. Cowles answered, “I wanted to lead a school’s athletic department.” His hometown is Geneva, New York, and his interests include outdoor activities and sports. “The relationships established with students, student-athletes, co-workers, etc.” are Mr. Cowles favorite memories during his years of education.

Mr. Guillermo Orozco

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Mr. Guillermo Orozco

Mr. Guillermo Orozco

Mr. Orozco received a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from Florida Atlantic University. He has been in education for nine years and in administration for three years. Mr. Orozco decided to move from teaching to administration; he “wanted to have more of an impact in students’ lives.” Mr. Orozco was awarded the Distinguished Educator of the Year 2010-2011. His hometown is Port St. Lucie, Florida, and he enjoys listening to music—both in English and Spanish—and spending time with his family. Mr. Orozco’s favorite memory during his years of education was attending graduation.

Mrs. Kristin Carbone

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Mrs. Kristin Carbone

Mrs. Kristin Carbone

Mrs. Carbone received a Bachelor of Arts in English from Florida Atlantic University and a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from the American College of Education. She has been in education for 15 years and was granted the Diamond Coach Recipient award. Mrs. Carbone chose to transition from teaching to administration to “have the opportunity to work with teachers and students.” She has been in administration for three years. Her hometown is Miami, Florida, and her personal interests are spending time with her family, shopping, and event planning. Mrs. Carbone has so many memorable moments during her years of education; she does not have one to call her favorite.

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