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Re-engage in school

There are thousands of children in our School District who have not enrolled for the 2021/22 school year and have not returned to our classrooms.

We are trying to locate them to help them re-engage in school so they can join their friends and teachers and continue their education.

On Saturday. September 25 and Sunday, September 26, hundreds of Broward Teachers Union representatives, Broward County School Board members, Broward County Public Schools Interim Superintendent Dr. Vickie Cartwright and District staff are walking door-to-door to help find and re-engage these students.

You’ll recognize them in your neighborhood by their blue “Ready for You!” T-shirts.

Please help us find these children. If you know or are aware of a student who is not attending school or not attending school regularly, call our school office at 754-323-6650 or email

You’ll be helping a child get the quality education needed to reach their highest potential. Thank you.



Interim Report Information Video

Interims were posted on Virtual Counselor on Monday, September 20th. Please see the attached directions to access your child's interim report. Please also visit our school website for an informational video from our Literacy Coach, Mrs. Fischer pertaining to interims. The link for the video can be found in this email message below.

Interim Report Information Video

We also have an update to share from our PTA. The PTA is hard at work finalizing the transition of the newly elected board into our new school year. We will be ready to get started in the upcoming weeks with vintage spirit shirt sales, as well as the presale for the new spirit shirts.

In the meantime, please support our Fall Scholastic Book Fair which goes live on Sept. 24 and runs through Oct. 7th, at this site listed in this email message.

This post comes to advise parents of a virtual challenge that is circulating on social media.

This post comes to advise parents of a virtual challenge that is circulating on social media.

Students are being encouraged to destroy school property, record the activity, and post video footage on TikTok.

Parents, we are asking you to please have a conversation with your children to discourage them from engaging in any acts of violence and destruction of school property.

Students who participate in acts of this nature will be subject to strict disciplinary consequences and potential criminal charges.

As always, the safety and security of our students and staff members remain our highest priorities.

We thank you for assisting us to communicate this important message to your child.

If you have questions or need additional information, please contact the school’s administration at 754-323-6650.


This Weeks Updates

We are still in need of many families to complete the back-to-school forms.

Please check your child's backpack, as we have sent home paper copies for you to complete if we have not yet received your forms.

It is very important that we have this information for your child.

These paper copies of the back-to-school forms are due no later than Friday, September 17th.

Please join us on Monday, September 20th for our SAC meeting.

It will take place at 3:45 in our Media Center.

Wednesday, September 22nd is “Dad’s Take Your Child to School Day”. Broward County Public Schools encourages fathers, stepfathers, grandfathers, uncles, brothers, foster fathers, and other male role models to bring their children to school on Wednesday, September 22, 2021.


Fall Book Fair 

Our fall book fair will be held online. 

Please use the link included via email and posted on our website to make purchases. 

The book fair will be available online for shopping from September 24th through October 7th. 

Flyers were sent home with students today. 

Your support is appreciated.  

Fall Scholastic Book Fair Click Here (Link)


Daily Health Check Reminder

Broward County Public Schools is committed to the health and safety of our students, our staff, and our community.

Please remember to conduct a daily health screening each morning before sending your children to school.

If your child exhibits any sickness signs, please keep them home until they are well and can return to school. Attached to this e-mail are the Daily Health Assessment Checklist items for your reference.

If you are awaiting COVID test results, please do not send your child to school while you are awaiting these results.

We continue to work hard each day to take the necessary safety and sanitation precautions at school and we need your assistance to help everyone stay safe during these challenging times.

Thank you for your continued support and efforts and for working together with us to make it a great year!

Daily Health Self-Assessment Checklist - English

Daily Health Self-Assessment Checklist - Spanish

Daily Health Self-Assessment Checklist - Haitian Creole

Daily Health Self-Assessment Checklist – Portuguese


It is important that we receive all devices by Thursday, September 9th.

At this time we need all parents to please return borrowed laptops or iPads checked out from last school year and summer school.

Returns are done by sending the computers to school with your student and asking them to hand the laptops to their teachers. You can also drop them off at the school's main office and they will be checked in.

It is important that we receive all devices by Thursday, September 9th.

Please call the office with questions.


School Advisory Council

Our first School Advisory Council (“SAC”) meeting will be held on Monday, August 30, 2021, at 3:50 pm in the media center. 

Detailed information about the purpose of SAC is on our website. 

A flyer was sent home today.  If you are interested in serving on SAC, please complete the back of the flyer and send it back with your child or bring it with you to our first meeting. 

All meeting dates for SAC and the School Advisory Forum (“SAF”) are also listed on our website.  



BCPS 2021-22 School Reopening Plans


Dismissal - 8/22/21

Thank you very much to all car rider parents that followed the procedures. 
We had about 95% of our parents follow the procedures and it made all the difference. 
The car line was clear by 4:17 pm on Friday! 
Your cooperation with following the procedures made all the difference!  Thank you. 
Let's do it again every day this week and for the rest of the year. 
With 100% of all parents following the procedures, we will have a clear car line by 3:59 pm!  Here are a few reminders to keep everyone safe:
Davie Police has asked that you only enter from Davie Rd onto 39th street. 
You will receive a citation from Davie Police if you make a left turn into our parking lot during dismissal.  Again, you can only make a right turn into our parking lot at dismissal.
Please email your child's teacher and ask for a car tag to hang on your rearview mirror.  Write the child's name, teacher's name, and grade level in large, dark letters. 
If you need more car tags for multiple people in your family, email your teacher.
All car rider parents must stay in the car. 
Students will not be dismissed to parents that walk up.
Walkers are students that live less than 2 miles from the school. 
If you wish to designate your child as a walker, you must notify your child's teacher in writing via email or a note by 9 am.
Changes to dismissal must be sent in writing via a written note or an email by 9 am to your child's teacher.
Children are not dismissed for early release after 3 pm.
We look forward to 100% cooperation of arrival and dismissal procedures to ensure everyone's safety. 
Your cooperation made all the difference on Friday!  Let's work to get to 100% !! 
Meet & Greet/Open House:

Welcome back to the 21/22 school year. We are looking forward to having all of our students back on campus. Tuesday, August 17th is Meet and Greet and Open House.

You will receive a call from your child's assigned teacher by August 16th. 4th and 5th Grade is from 9:15-10:30, 2nd and 3rd Grade is from 10:45-12:00, and Kindergarten and 1st Grade is from 12:15-1:30. During this time students will be able to meet their teacher and drop off school supplies.

Parents will also attend the open house presentation from their child's classroom teacher. Due to space and safety precautions, only one parent or guardian will be able to attend with their child. We also ask that you adhere to the time schedule to limit movement on campus.

Prior to Meet and Greet, please visit our school website to access and complete the Back to School online forms. Once you have completed the forms, print the confirmation page and bring it with you to Open House. It is very important that we have this important information prior to the first day of school.

Thank you and have a great evening.