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    Welcome to the 2020/2021 school year. Once again, I am privileged to be assigned as the Dean of students. This year's theme is “Unite and be a Light”, I am hoping to be a light to all our students guiding them towards a bright future at Hollywood Hills High School and beyond. Working with our students to help mold them both academically and socially into productive citizens of our community.

    I aim to serve all our families providing equitable opportunities for all. I stand firm on having an open-door policy where everyone is welcomed. Even during these unprecedented times all indicators of success for our school are on the rise and I am looking forward to sharing another great year with each of you.

    Please feel free to contact my office at 754-323-1094 with any questions or concerns, or you may also access an electronic version of the Broward County Public School Student Conduct Book by clicking the link on this page.  

    Lided Cerda, Dean of Students


  • Important Links

    Children today are exposed to alcohol and other drugs at increasingly younger ages. The media is rife with images that promote smoking and drinking as "cool," and a natural part of life.  That's why, more than ever, parents need to talk to their kids about the perils of drugs and help them separate fact from fiction. But how do you get started? 

    According to experts, it's best to develop an ongoing dialogue with your child and to look for spontaneous, everyday situations, or "teachable moments," in which to lay the groundwork for open, honest communication.  The best news?  Research shows that children who hear the facts about drugs and alcohol from their parents are significantly less likely to use them.  Here are some tips.

    How to Talk to Your Student About Drugs and Alcohol

    Parents have a major role in encouraging academic success--here are some ways you can fill critical needs at home AND at your child's school.

    How to Talk to Your Student About Academics 

    Other Helpful Links

    Code of Student Conduct

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    Tardy Policy

    Absence Reporting

    Bullying and Dating Violence

Check out this video to learn about bullying and its impact on kids