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Summer Instructional Packet
From the School and the District...
Top 30 New Achievements @ MDCPS flyer (.pdf) - Spanish (.pdf)
- Haitian-Creole (.pdf)
February 2016 Parent newsletter (.pdf) - Spanish (.pdf) - Haitian-Creole (.pdf)
January 2016 Parent newsletter (.pdf) - Spanish (.pdf) - Haitian-Creole (.pdf)
Autumn 2015 Parent newsletter (.pdf) - Spanish (.pdf) - Haitian-Creole (.pdf)
Click here to view the School Improvement Plan. (.pdf)
Click here to view the School Climate Survey results for 2012-13. (.pdf)
2014-2015 School Financial Report
Click here for the 2014-2015 School Financial Report(.pdf)
Values Matter Campaign
Click here for the Values Matter newsletter for March(.pdf)
Click here for the 2016-17 Subject Selection notification (.pdf)
Click here for the Miami-Dade County Public Schools Curriculum Bulletin 2016-2017. (.pdf)
Click here for the 2016-17 Subject Selection Programs of Study (.pdf)
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Academy programs for incoming students are available for download as well:
Academy of Criminal Justice (CJ)
Academy of Entertainment Technology (AET)
Academy of Business and Finance (ABF)
Academy of Information Technology (AOIT)
Academy of Medical Science (AMS)
Academy of Veterinary Science & Agricultural Technology (VSAT)
School Store and Credit Union Now Open
Our school store, the Eagles' Nest, is now open every day from 10:45 am to 2:45 pm.
Our Mighty Eagles Credit Union is now open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11am to 2:45 pm.
New Website for AET Academy!
Our Academy of Entertainment Technology has a great new website which showcases student works.
Click here to visit it:: www.aetfilmmakers.com
Keep in touch on social media
Follow us on social media:
Click here for the Superintendent's letter and Social Media Tips from the District. (.pdf)
From the State - "Just Take 20"
In an effort to promote reading and everyday literacy in the real-world, the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) is launching a new K-12 literacy and family engagement campaign, Just Take 20.
The centerpiece of the Just Take 20 program is a custom web application, www.JustTake20.org.
The website is accessible from a family's computer, tablet or smart phone and allows families the opportunity to create a customizable literacy plan tailored to their child's grade level and needs.
From the District...
On April 15, 2015, The School Board of Miami-Dade County adopted the elementary and secondary Code of Student Conduct.
The newly adopted Code of Student Conduct has updates on cyberbullying and hazing to meet the statutory requirements.
Below are the pages that have been revised.
|Secondary-Code of Student Conduct|
|Pages: 14, 38, 39, 40, 47 ,60, and 65|
Students are assessed throughout the year in order to inform instruction, progress monitor and provide feedback to parents and teachers. For a detailed list of assessments by grade, visit http://www.dadeschools.net/testing_calendar/index.asp.
Breakfast is free for all students each school day!
Click here for the 2015 Spring FSA ELA letter. (.pdf)
Click here for the 2015 Spring FSA EOC letter. (.pdf)
Click here for the 2015 Spring Cella letter. (English) (.pdf)
Click here for the 2015 Spring Cella letter. (Spanish) (.pdf)
Click here for graduation information and requirements for the Class of 2015.
Click here for graduation information and requirements for the Class of 2016.
Click here for graduation information and requirements for the Class of 2017.
Click here for graduation information and requirements for the Class of 2018.
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Meeting Dates as follows:
September 9, 2015
October 14, 2015
November 11, 2015
December 9, 2015
January 13, 2016
February 10, 2016
March 9, 2016
April 13, 2016
May 16, 2016
*All dates subject to change.
*All meetings are held immediately after the EESAC meeting concludes.
Click here to for the PTSA Membership form. (.pdf)
2.0 or higher Attendance
2.0 or higher Conduct
2.0 or higher Effort
A commitment to graduate,
with a high school diploma AND an industrial vocational technical certificate.