2019-2020 LWTHS Mustang Message

October 2019

Lorenzo Walker Technical High School Mission "Purpose" Statement

To create the ultimate career and college preparatory education program for all students to acquire skills for life.

Freshmen Crowned Powderpuff Champions

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The week of October 21-October 25 was our School Spirit and Red Ribbon week. Red Ribbon week is an alcohol, tobacco, and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed annually in October in the United States.

Each year, we hold our Spirit Week in conjunction with Red Ribbon week and cap it off with a school-wide pep rally and a game of flag football with the girls playing and the guys cheering them on! We also invite all students to take part in the Homecoming Dance the following day. Because we don't have sports teams of our own at Lorenzo Walker, we have to be innovative at how we involve our students in physical activities, team-building and becoming involved in our school culture.

Every year, PowderPuff gets bigger and better. Congratulations to all the coaches and students for giving of their time and energy in order to continue this tradition. Thank you for encouraging the students and remaining positive role models throughout the games. The level of sportsmanship and camaraderie was wonderful to see among the spectators, cheerleaders, coaches and players. If you have never been to this annual event, make sure you put it on your calendar for next year.

This year, we had the biggest group of students participating in the school spirit events, playing and cheering compared to years past. The 9th graders could have been split up into three different teams, they had so much participation. I hope this is a trend that continues because studies show that students who participate in physical activity do better in school, learn teamwork and goal-setting skills. It also promotes psychological well-being, builds self-esteem, reduces stress and anxiety and reduces feelings of depression. However, champions were crowned at the end of the game....

Congratulations to Coach Monahan and the Freshmen girls for winning the Championship. They played well and beat the Juniors 20-6 in the championship game.

Please see the many photos of our 2019 spirit week events below.

I am extremely proud to be a part of the Lorenzo Walker family!

Jeff Rexford


Quarter 1 Report Cards are Published!

The district is no longer printing interim or report cards at the high school level. We are moving to a digital platform. You can check Quarter 1 final grades by logging onto your Parent Portal on the CCPS main page. If you have not already created a profile, please see the steps below. If you have a Parent Portal, the Focus Login directions are also included for your convenience. If you need any assistance or would like a paper copy of the report card, contact Sabrina Medal at 377-3305.

The centralized CCPS Portal is your first step in creating a CCPS profile and/or log into accessing your information.

Now Available: Grade and Attendance information for parents of students in Grades 6-12, use the Focus icon in the CCPS Portal. Additionally, you can sign up for text-based messaging to receive important information on a timely basis.

To login to the Parent Portal you can use your email address, mobile phone number, or Parent Portal ID.


Collier County School District


1) Click on or Enter the following web address: https://focus.collierschools.com/

2) Log in with your students - (6) Digit student ID

3) Enter your students - DOB (Month & Day Only)

4) Click Log-In and view grades

5)Click on (any) course on left to open each individual class and view.

Now you are able to view your student grades…..

Homecoming King and Queen Alejandro Beristain & Brissa Ruiz

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Hispanic Heritage Month--Dance Contest

Veterinary Services for Animals

On Sat., October 5th, the veterinary assisting classes lent their support to the Veterinary Services for Animals vaccination clinic at Max Hasse Community Park. Over 135 families came out with their pets to receive low cost vaccinations and other veterinary services. The students assisted the doctors and staff at the clinic gaining practical knowledge and experience. They did an outstanding job. We will be assisting at 2 more clinics this school year; Jan. 11th in Immokalee and March 7th in Naples.

Canal Clean up with our Green Club

First Quarter Reward Celebration


PowderPuff Sign up day

PowderPuff Spirit week

Powderpuff Events

Senior College and Career Day


Staff and Student of the month

Student and Staff of the Month Luncheon

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Moe's Corporate Run

LWTHS won the first place for most participants at the race!!

Attention Parents!

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School Advisory Council Meeting-Come join us!

Tuesday, Nov. 19th, 5:30pm

Lorenzo Walker Technical High School, Estey Avenue, Naples, FL, United States

The School Advisory Council (SAC) is a team of people representing various segments of the community-parents, teachers, students, administrators, support staff, business industry people and other interested community members. The function of SAC is to assist in the preparation of evaluation (developing and evaluating) of the results of the school improvement plan, review data, identify problem areas, develop improvement strategies, monitor their implementation and assist the principal with the annual school budget.

Our SAC Committee meets on the third Tuesday of each month from 5:30-6:30 PM in the LWTC Formal Dining Room.

Mustang School Store


Students and parents are now able to order shirts/sweatshirts, purchase parking, yearbook online using the link above. Students are able to pick up their order every Wednesday in Mustang Alley during lunch.