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  •  8th Annual Sumter's Future Entrepreneurs Contest Winners


     8th Annual Entrepreneurship Contest


    Please join me in congratulating the winners of the Sumter’s Future Entrepreneurs Competition held at the Wildwood Community Center!!


    First Place Winners:

    South Sumter High School- Emily Burkes – The Old Heritage Company

    The Villages Charter High School- Peyton Ressler – What’s Up In A Cup?

    Wildwood Middle High School- Kaytlin Kenny and Lyvia Oliveira (team) – Wallets for Women (WFW)

    Each of these finalists receives a $1,000.00 cash prize from the award sponsors to further their entrepreneurship idea.

    Peyton Ressler from The Villages Charter School was also recognized as the overall winner and received an additional $200.00.


    Second Place Winners:

     South Sumter High- Samiul Kader - Recyclizer

    The Villages Charter High- Isaac Goff – Exertec

    Wildwood Middle High- Vanessa Castillo and Delvin Miller – D & V

    All second place finalists received $500.00 from the award sponsors to further their entrepreneurship idea.


    The Display Finalists were:

    South Sumter High School - Jozlin Bell, Cayle Pitts and Tara Morrison (team), and Savannah Stephens and Sadie Van Hooijdonk (team). 

    The Villages Charter High School –Mallorie Simpson and Gracin Pulley (team), Jonah Terry, and Blake Wise. 

    Wildwood Middle High School- Audrey Alaniz and Emily Clayton 

    The third through fifth place finalists of the online competition from each school displayed posters outlining their business ideas and will receive $100 to further their Entrepreneurship plans for next year’s competition.


    Pictures from the event can be viewed at:  https://sumter.smugmug.com/2023-Sumters-Future-Entrepreneurs-Competition/ 



     Entrepreneurship Sponsors 2023



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  • GED Transcript & Diploma Requests

    Effective January 1, 2014, Florida transitioned its credentialing process from the issuance of paper transcripts and diplomas to a paperless web-based credentialing system. As with any new process, there will be changes and questions. Use these Frequently Asked Questions (PDF, 91KB) to learn about the changes.

    Beginning January 1, 2014, the fee for test credentials increased to $15 for each duplicate diploma or transcript requested.

    Effective February 1, 2014, all diploma verifications are serviced through the duplicate diploma and/or transcript request process described below.

    Duplicate diplomas and transcripts will no longer be able to be picked up in person after January 31, 2014.

    • For diplomas earned on or after January 1, 2014: Duplicate credential requests can be made by logging in to your MyGEDTM account. Use the login at the top right of the page. Select the My Scores tab and click the Order Duplicates button on the Scores page.
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    Casey Ferguson, Coordinator, Career Technical and Adult Education 

    Brie Ishee, Administrator, Adult Education

    Nancy Anderson, CTE Career Coach

    Erin Moore, Transition Specialist, Adult Education

    Frankie Cook, Career and Assessment Specialist

    Randi Bryant, Secretary, Career and Adult Education

    Brooke Borden, Data Technician, Adult Education


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