The survey asks parents their opinions about their child’s school, including questions about teachers, administrators, and other aspects of their child’s and their own experiences with the school.
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Senior Newsletter Feb. 2019
Online Payments and Clear Up Obligations
Clear Up Those Obligations
Need to clear obligations to partipate in:
Athletics, Homecoming Dance, Grad Bash, Prom, Graduation Activities, and other senior activities.
Don't wait until the last minute...
Look through your room for textbooks or library books and return them the first week of school.
(Be sure text books have your name and teacher in them so you get credit.)
Pinnacle Gradebook Parent Viewer
Pinnacle Gradebook - Parent viewer
Free & Reduced Lunch Information
The online application is an easy and convenient way for parents and guardians to submit online multi-child meal benefit applications. There is not a fee for using the website as the service is provided free of charge by your District. The 2018-19 online multi-child application is located at Myschoolapps.com website. If you already applied online for Free and Reduced-Price Meal Benefits - Check Status
Early Student Sign Out
1. No students shall be released within the final 30 minutes of the school day unless the principal/designee determines it is an emergency.
2. All schools will establish procedures for early release that ensure that all students are treated consistently.
3. Excessive early sign-outs will be addressed on a case-by-case basis to determine if there is a pattern of non-attendance. Non-attendance for instructional activities is established by tardiness, early-sign-outs, or absences for all or any part of the day.
4. Unless excused under the provisions of this policy, accumulated early sign-outs will be recorded as unexcused absences. (F.S. 1003.02 (1) (b))
Student Code of Conduct
Monarch Attendance Information
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.
Please do not hesitate to contact Ross Lopatin at 754-322-1400.
Thank you for supporting your child’s education.
Attendance Line: 754-322-1402
Broward Schools Attendance Policy Information
ALL COMPULSORY AGE STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND SCHOOL EVERY DAY OF THE 180-DAY SCHOOL YEAR OR THE EQUIVALENT ON AN HOURLY BASIS PURSUANT TO THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. PARENTS OF CHILDREN OF COMPULSORY SCHOOL AGE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR CHILD’S DAILY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE. BECAUSE POOR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IS ASSOCIATED WITH NONATTENDANCE, SCHOOLS WILL RESPOND IN A TIMELY MANNER TO PREVENT THE DEVELOPMENT OF PATTERNS OF NON-ATTENDANCE WHICH MAY INDICATE EARLY SIGNS OF TRUANCY. SCHOOLS WILL COLLABORATE WITH APPROPRIATE LOCAL AND STATE AGENCIES THAT ARE INVOLVED IN TRUANCY PREVENTION, INTERVENTION, AND JUDICIAL ACTION.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION RELATED TO ATTENDANCE CAN ALSO BE FOUND IN THE CURRENT EDITION OF THE CODE OF STUDENT CONDUCT APPROVED, AS SCHOOL BOARD POLICY.
Broward Schools: Parent Information Site
Thank you for making Broward County Public Schools your choice in education.
BCPS is committed to providing high-quality, rigorous learning opportunities for all students. Among the many options offered by BCPS:
- Magnet and innovative programs designed around specific themes
- Montessori programs
- Career and technical education programs allowing students to earn industry certifications
- Advanced academics
- Opportunities to earn college credits while in high school
- Virtual education
- Award-winning music, arts and athletic programs.
BCPS also offers the world’s largest debate initiative and is a national leader for computer science in schools. Explore all that BCPS has to offer! Our teachers, administrators and staff are excited to partner with you in your child’s education.
FASFA - Student Financial Aid Information
FAFSA.ORGGET HELP PAYINF FOR COLLEGEFree or Reduced lunch? Qualify for PELL GrantFederal Deadline
Online applications must be submitted by midnight Central Time, June 30, 2018.
Any corrections or updates must be submitted by midnight Central Time, September 15, 2018.State DeadlineTBDCollege Deadline
Check with the college(s) you are interested in attending. You may also want to ask your college about its definition of an application deadline - whether it is the date the college receives your FAFSA, or the date your FAFSA is processed.For more opportunities check out the Federal Student Aid site: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/
Student Parking Information
ESE Advisory Meetings
ESE Advisory Meetings: