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LCPS Shark Tank (4th Quarter Exhibition - Inventions and Entrepreneurship)

Lawton Chiles Preparatory School

Tuesday, May 28, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)

LCPS Shark Tank (4th Quarter Exhibition - Inventions...

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Students have been hard at work all quarter inventing, innovating, designing, prototyping and iterating.

Join us for SHARK TANKour 4th Quarter Exhibition.  Our theme was Inventions & Entrepreneurship and our students have explored varous aspects of the inventor and entrepreneurial lifestyle - and then lived it themselves.

Everyone who comes will be given $100K (of LCPS dollars) to invest in our students inventions and businesses.  What student will be the first to raise 1 million dollars?  

Let us show you what reimagining education looks like. 
 
The Abbey will provide a cash bar.
 
Feel free to forward this email/link to family, friends and anyone else that would like to support student entrepreneurs. We look forward to seeing you there!

For more information contact Shydonna Tossie at 407.327.5300 or admin@chilesprep.com.

Thank You to our All-Star Panel of "Sharks"

Kyle Christian Steele is the CEO and Co-founder of Doccaster, a storytelling analytics dashboard for events planners and Co-founder of the Fern Creek elementary coding project.

Dr. Peter McAlindon is the Chief Community Relations Officer/VP of VenVelo, a local accelerator, Entrepreneur in Residence at the Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business, and Chief Executive Officer of Blue Orb Inc., a technology company that develops computer technology for persons with disabilities.

Tom Cannon is the CEO and Co-founder of BungoBox, The largest and fastest growing moving box rental franchise in North America.

Andrea Wesser is the Program Manager of the UCF Office of Research and Commercialization running two programs committed to renewable energy companies - Florida Cleantech Acceleration Network  and MegaWatt Ventures.

Carol Ann Dykes is the Site Manager for the UCF Central Florida Research Park Business Incubator, with expertise in technology commercialization and entrepreneurship.

Robert Goetz is a former entrepreneur who now writes, speaks, and advocates on critical thinking, innovation, and entrepreneurship.

George Gramatikas is the president of Technology Integration Systems, a company that swiftly identifies and integrates mature and emerging technologies, and is the owner of Turbine Technology Services which he founded 30 years ago.

Ben Smith is the COO of Bookthatdoc.com.

Our Nonprofit Partner for the evening is:

Have questions about LCPS Shark Tank (4th Quarter Exhibition - Inventions and Entrepreneurship)? Contact Lawton Chiles Preparatory School

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The Abbey
100 South Eola Drive
Orlando, FL 32801

Tuesday, May 28, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)


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Lawton Chiles Preparatory School

Lawton Chiles Preparatory School for Gifted and Talented Students was founded in 1971. We strive to defend and cultivate the individuality we are all born with but too often neglect. At LCPS,  we believe that students unique combination of gifts and talents help them make our world a better place. We focus on cultivating students' intellectual growth in the subjects in which they are most interested and gifted. Using project-based curricula, we challenge students to increase their individual learning pace with one-on-one academic and life skills instruction. Our unique teaching strategies transform our students into well-adapted, successful individuals. 

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