Glenridge Middle School

Home of the Lions

Healthy School Team Leader

Tracy Nolen at GlenridgeTracy Bruce

This is Tracy’s 12th year teaching PE, her fourth year as the Healthy School Team leader for Glenridge Middle School.  She is currently coaching Winter Park High School  girls cross country and track . Tracy is working on completing a marathon in every state, 28 have been completed so far.

CHILL Counselor

Sarah Atherton, LMHC

Sarah Atherton has been working in the field of counseling for 12 years and has been licensed as a Mental Health Counselor for the past nine years.  She began her career as a CHILL Counselor in 2007 at Brookshire Elementary, and then transferred to become the CHILL Counselor at Glenridge Middle School in 2009.  Although she enjoys working with children of all ages, she finds the developmental tasks and challenges of the pre-teen to be particularly interesting.  Her work integrates a whole-system approach that includes mind/brain, body, and spirit as well as home life, school performance, and social functioning.  To help maintain personal balance, she enjoys cooking, doing Pilates or yoga, and spending time with her family.


School Nurse

Dawn FeeserDawn Feeser, RN

Dawn Feeser has been a Registered Nurse for seven years and has worked as a school nurse for six years. She has been a part of the Glenridge Healthy School Team for six years and the OCPS Wellness Representative for staff for five years. “I enjoy providing medical assistance, education and care to all students and staff members on campus.”

407-623-1415, ext. 5072279

Glenridge Middle School also houses a school based health center.  Learn more about the school based health center, including staff, services and hours.


Trevor Honohan 2Trevor Honohan

Eating healthy and getting a daily dose of exercise is essential to the physical, mental and academic well-being of students. It is important for teachers and parents to remind students that choosing a healthy diet is important. Building a well-balanced day that incorporates healthy food choices and physical activity will ensure that students are healthy, happy and ready to learn. When you eat better and exercise daily, you simply feel better.

Trevor Honohan