HSEC will be offering ESY – Extended School Year – once again this year. ESY will begin June 20th and end July 21st. Classes will be from 9AM to 1PM four days a week. Breakfast and lunch will be available to all participants. For more information, please call the HSEC main office at 727-774-0000.
Fight Summer Loss With These Free Learning Tools As summer break arrives, students will leave the classroom and many may begin to slip in their reading and mathematics abilities. This slip has become known as summer loss. We have developed several tools to help parents and educators combat summer loss. Jump start summer reading with “Find a […]
In an effort to improve system practices, Pasco County School District is conducting a Parent Survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. In order to complete the survey, please click here. Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion […]
Out-of-Field Teaching Assignments August 24, 2015 Individuals who are teaching out-of-field are certified in at least one area and are qualified to teach but are required to take additional course work or testing to add a coverage/endorsement to their certificate. The state also requires a teacher to take coursework/inservice […]
Steps to Prevent the Spread of Viruses
NOTICE TO BUILDING OCCUPANTS AND PARENTS NOTIFICATION OF INSPECTION FOR ASBESTOS CONTAINING MATERIALS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued a final rule, 40 CFR Part 763, Asbestos Containing Material in schools, commonly referred to as AHERA. This rule requires all Local Education Agencies […]
We have a very short school safety survey and would love our parents’ input. You can access the survey here.
Parents: Find Expert Advice Help your children by going to Understood.org. Understood.org gives parents daily access to experts for advice on improving their child’s homework skills, behavior, self-esteem or anything in between, all free of charge. Parents can connect with experts through: Live chats and webinars Understood’s Facebook and Twitter Pages The Weekend Wisdom Group […]
All students between the ages of 14 and 18 who accumulate 5 unexcused absences within 30 days or 15 unexcused absences within 90 calendar days can loose their permit, driver’s license, and ability/privilege to drive. School attendance is important! Failure to arrive means you can’t drive! Please see Danica Cockrell, School Social Worker, if you […]