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Calvin Hunsinger School is a K-12 center that serves Exceptional Education Students who have been classified as Emotional Behavioral Disturbed. We also provide occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech and language services for students who qualify. Our program also includes five social workers, four behavior specialists, nursing services, and a psychologist.

Our reintegration specialist works to provide various opportunities for Hunsinger students to move into general education and community settings.

Our school participates in the Community Eligibility Provision Program which enables us to provide breakfast and lunch at no cost to our student population of approximately 100.

Please feel free to call the school at 469-4260 if you have any questions regarding our program. 



 The annual Exceptional Student Education parent survey conducted by the Florida Department of Education is underway through Sunday, May 31.  The survey gives parents of students receiving special education services the opportunity to provide feedback on their school involvement and provide comments on their child's school.  This type of parent input is critical in determining if the district will meet the requirements for the state's Annual Performance Report.  The parent survey is available online at or  To request a hard copy of the survey contact Marty Massimo, FDLRS Parent Service Specialist at or 793-2723 x2043.







Vision Statement

Our Vision

100% Student Success 
Our Mission
Educate and prepare each student for college,
career, and life
Our Values
Commitment to Children, Families, and Community; Respectful and Caring Relationships;
Cultural Competence; Integrity; Responsibility; Connectedness 


Calvin Hunsinger High School


   Senior Graduation

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

10:30 a.m.

Title 1

Hunsinger School is a Title l school.  Title l is a federally funded program designed to address the academic needs of students and to assist them in meeting the state's high standards, particularly in the areas of reading, writing, science, and mathematics.  The Pinellas County School District receives funds based upon the number of students who are eligible for free or reduced-price lunch.

You may see this in your Title l School: 

*Intervention classes - provides intensive assistance in reading and math
*Additional resource teachers and assistants who are highly qualified
*A variety of teaching methods and materials
*Special learning events
*Training for families
*After-school tutoring
One requirement of a Title l school is the Parent/Teacher/Student compact.  This is an agreement which identifies the individual responsibilities of parents, teachers, and students.  Each middle and high school student will receive a compact to review with his or her parent, the compact should be signed and returned to school.  Parents of elementary students are required to meet with their child's teacher to discuss and sign the compact.
A Parent Involvement Plan is developed every year by each Title l School.  Parents are asked to provide input on this plan, parent involvement is crucial for its development.  Our 2014-2015 Parent Involvement Plan has been approved and parents may view it below or at the Title l Parent Involvement station in the school's front office.
Our School Advisory Council meets the second Monday of every month at 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.  Our School Advisory Council is composed of parents, teachers, support staff, administrators, and community members.  The School Advisory Council along with parent input determines how Title l funds will be utilized.  
Please do not hesitate to contact me at (727) 469-4260 if you have any questions regarding our Title l program.
Douglas Keimig, principal