• ANTI BULLYING AND DATING VIOLENCE

    • In order to meet policies and procedures, all students, faculty and staff must be trained on Anti-bullying and Dating Violence.

    Please click the appropriate link

    6-12 Anti Bullying Policy 5.9 Training Module

    Dating Violence Policy 5010 Students Grades 6-12 Training Module

    Dating Matters | VetoViolence (Understanding Teen Dating Violence Prevention)

    This is a district wide mandatory training all students, faculty, and staff must participate in.

    Parent Training Module Video

  • CODE OF CONDUCT SECTION VII

    School-sponsored publications are important components of school–based instructional programs. All school publications shall be consistent with the educational curriculum and the cultural values of the school community and appropriate for the school setting. In this regard, considerable latitude shall be provided to individual school leadership to plan and develop school publications.

    The contents of all school publications must meet the district’s journalism standards, which prohibit obscenity, profanity, libelous or slanderous material, vulgar or lewd language, or material that may cause substantial disruption of normal school activities. All school sponsored publications must include the following statement: The opinions expressed in this publication are not necessarily those of Deerfield Beach High School or Broward County Public Schools.

    Approval for publication shall be based on:

    1. Consistency with the educational curriculum of the School Board;

    2. Reasonable school community standards and cultural values; and

    3. The overall purpose of the publication in relation to the academic curriculum and school setting.

    The principal or designee(s) shall retain final authority to approve the design and content of all school publications prior to publication or posting. Any advertisements in school-sponsored publications must adhere to School Board Policy 6300-Advertising. Publications include, but are not limited to, items such as school newspapers, yearbooks, student newspapers, and publications put out by the PTA, Booster Clubs, and the like.

  • COVID-19

    The Center For Disease Control (CDC) has developed an “Interim Guidance For Grades K-12 District and School Administrators” with actions for planning, addressing school related activities and prevention measures that schools can take to reduce exposure to Coronavirus, information here for parents and staff.

  • NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY

    The School Board of Broward County, Florida, prohibits any policy or procedure which results in discrimination on the basis of age, color, disability, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation. Individuals who wish to file a discrimination and/or harassment complaint may click here find more information.

  • REPORTING ABUSE

    Child Abuse

    Section 1006.061(1), Florida Statutes requires each district school, charter school and private school that accepts scholarship students under section 220.187 or section 1002.39 to post in a prominent place a notice that pursuant to chapter 39 all employees and agents of the district school board, charter school or private school have an affirmative duty to report all actual or suspected cases of child abuse, abandonment, or neglect. 

    Read more about reporting misconduct and abuse

    Administrator Misconduct

    All employees and agents of a public school district, charter school or private school have an obligation and legal responsibility to report misconduct by instructional personnel and school administrators which affects the health, safety or welfare of a student.

    Read more about reporting administrator misconduct

    Learn more about the signs and the reporting of abuse. As this is a district wide mandatory training, all students, faculty, and staff must participate.

  • SCHOOL FINANCIAL REPORT

    In accordance with Section 1010.215 of the Florida Statutes, it requires school districts to report to parents and to the public certain financial information in the form of a yearly school financial report. This data is compared to the rest of the schools in the district and the state. Click to view more information.

  • ZIKA VIRUS

    The Center For Disease Control (CDC) has developed an “Interim Guidance For Grades K-12 District and School Administrators” with actions for planning, addressing school related activities and prevention measures that schools can take to reduce mosquito exposure, information here for parents and staff.