Welcome to the Azalea Middle School website and thanks for visiting! At Azalea Middle our mission is to create a quality learning environment for your child. A strong partnership between school and home is a critical component of your child’s success. It is our desire that this website will be a useful resource for you. You will find important information about our processes and procedures, our calendar, digital resources your child can access from home and direct contact information for staff members who can answer questions or address concerns. We hope that you will bookmark this page and visit often.
After school enrichment opportunities
After school clubs and tutoring are available and transportation is provided. Please check with your child's school counselor for details. If your child did not pass one or more classes first semester, please get him or her enrolled and participating in course recovery right away.
6th grade office:
Assistant Principal: Erin Harper, Ext. 2098, HARPERE@PCSB.ORG
Clerk: Emma Arend, Ext. 2096, email@example.com
School Counselor: Latiki Poole, Ext. 2088, Poolela@pcsb.org
7th grade office:
Assistant Principal: Jason Dudczak, Ext. 2073, DUDCZAKJ@PCSB.ORG
Clerk: Yolanda Davis, Ext. 2071, firstname.lastname@example.org
School Counselor: Alison Penna, Ext. 2061, PENNAA@PCSB.ORG
8th grade and Gateway to Technology office:
Assistant Principal: Tonya Mitchell, Ext. 2049, MITCHELLTO@PCSB.ORG
Clerk: Carol Maston, Ext. 2041, email@example.com
School Counselor: Julie MacNeal, Ext. 2051, firstname.lastname@example.org
Principal: Dr. Solomon J. Lowery, Ext. 2003, LOWERYS@PCSB.ORG
Principal’s Secretary: Linda Murr, Ext. 2003, email@example.com
Community Involvement Assistant: Karen Cole, Ext. 2001, firstname.lastname@example.org
Data Management Technician: Melanie Finkley, Ext. 2008, email@example.com
Guidelines for Success
At Azalea, successful Black Knights are respectful, responsible and safe. Please continue to support these ideals at home.
Stay in touch
If you have questions or concerns, please reach out to your child’s teachers, school counselor, or assistant principal via phone or email. Email addresses can be found on our school website under the About Us tab.
Help us improve! In an effort to improve system practices, Azalea Middle School is conducting a Parent Survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. Please be assured that your responses will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.
Please log on to the link below to complete the survey and give us feedback on how we are doing.
Azalea News Crew-Students! Do you want to be part of the Azalea News Crew?
Are you a positive representative of Azalea Middle School? When you talk, do people listen? Do you speak clearly and professionally? Have you dreamed of being a star?
If you think that the Azalea News Crew is something that you would like to do, pick up an application in the Media Center (or click here) from August 15 through 31. Applications are due to the Media Specialist by Friday, September 2nd.
To be on the News Crew you must be able to be at school by 9:00 am and you must have recommendations from 4 of your teachers
7th Grade Immunization Requirement – TDAP AND VZV
Hello parents of incoming seventh grade students!
By law, students will not be permitted to attend class on the first day of seventh grade without proof of the required immunizations. Students will need to have received one T-D-A-P booster and two chickenpox vaccines. Pinellas County Schools are required to enforce these immunization requirements and strongly encourage you to get this completed as soon as possible.
After your child has received these vaccines, please turn in a completed certificate of immunization to the school.
You can contact your child’s healthcare provider to request these vaccines. If your child does not have a healthcare provider, immunizations are available at no cost at your local Department of Health location, no appointment is needed.
If you have any questions about these vaccine requirements, you are welcome to call the School Health Services department at 588-6320 for assistance.
We hope that all students are prepared for seventh grade! Thank you for your attention to this matter.