Become a Volunteer
It takes many helping hands to produce the kind of quality education found at our school. Our volunteers are a crucial part of the total school program. They help classroom teachers, work in the Media Center, help in the clinic, tutor students, and assist with school activities.
Information about how to become a school volunteer is found at Become a Volunteer.
The online application must be submitted before you can begin and this application must be filled out each and every year. Click Here to go directly to the application.
Parent Training Workshops
The ESE Department in collaboration with Florida Diagnostic & Learning Resources System Parent Services offers a variety of parent workshops and information for parents of students with disabilities:
Behavior – Evaluation – Transition – Academics – Learning – Services
Target audience for workshops – parents of children ages birth to 22 years of age.
Workshops are held in the morning, evening and weekends.
Gifted & Advanced Academics
If you are a parent of a gifted child or would like to learn more about the resources for such within Broward County Schools, please click here.
If interested in learning about the Advanced Academic resources within Broward County Schools, please click here.
What is an EP? - An EP (Educational Plan) is a written plan for each student who is identified as eligible for gifted services. It describes the special educational needs of the student related to his or her areas of giftedness. It also identifies the services that will be provided by the school. Parents are partners with school district personnel in developing and revising the EP for their child.
Developing your child’s EP is a wonderful opportunity to discuss your child’s unique gifted needs with the staff that will be educating your child, while creating the legal document (EP) designed to make sure your child’s individual educational needs are met.
Become a "BOX TOPS" Hero!
An easy way to earn cash for your school! Look for the pink Box Top coupon on hundreds of participating products. Each is worth ten cents for your school.
Buy your favorite Box Tops products.
Cut out the Box Top from each package.
Send your Box Tops to school with your child.
Your school gets cash for every Box Top collected to help buy the things it needs most. All those Box Tops really add up.