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To schedule a parent conference appointment call (754) 322-2900.
Guidance Director, Krystal Hall-Shivers
Guidance Counselor, Denise Wilson
Guidance Counselor, Kahane Forbes-Williams
Student Code of Conduct
Click here to review the Code of Student Conduct Handbook. On the first day of school, students will be provided with the necessary Code of Conduct handbook forms. These forms need to be signed by the parent and student and returned to the school within the first 3 days.
Bullying Video Link
View the Broward Prevention Bullying Video. Scroll to the 5th video Parents/Caregivers and click the play button to watch.
Attendance Counts All Day Every Day
Regular student attendance is important for student learning and progress throughout the school year. The state's financial support for schools is also directly linked to student attendance. Absenteeism hurts our students and hurts our schools. When students are absent they miss out on learning opportunities, can fall behind academically and our schools lose funding. To ensure your child is provided the best education possible, please ensure your child attends school each day. If you have any questions please contact our school’s Guidance department at 754-322-2900.
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High School Volunteer Service Hours Program
The School Board of Broward County, Florida has incorporated Service Learning and volunteer service into the high school graduation requirements. Any student who wishes to earn a standard diploma must meet the graduation requirement of forty(40) documented hours in the Student Volunteer Service Program. The links provided will allow access to the rules governing exactly what will be accepted as service learning/volunteer service hours and what won't, the log sheets necessary to document hours and the Service Application and Approval Form (used when a student is not performing a service as part of a school sponsored organization) .
SBBC Attendance Policy
Non-attendance for instructional activities is established by tardiness, early-sign-outs, or absences for all or any part of the day. Students who arrive tardy, are released early or are absent all or part of the day do not qualify for the perfect attendance award at the end of the year.
"Bring it...All Day, Everyday"
Studies show that there is a strong link between school attendance and student's academic achievement. Studies across all levels have found that students with better attendance will have a higher grades in their classes and will do better on standardized tests. Please make sure your child is in school every day and arrives on time.
STOP CHILD ABUSE! Abuse can be verbal, physical and even neglect. Don't let someone you love be abused, report abuse immediately 1-800-96-abuse (22873) or online at www.dcf.state.fl.us/abuse/report