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    School Closure Update:
    Governor DeSantis and the Department of Education extended their directive requiring all school districts in the state to close for students through May 1. The decision was made to ensure our students, families and staff remain healthy and safe.

    We will continue to refine and improve our digital learning processes. Today was our first day of full implementation. While there were some challenges, the transition was successful thanks to your cooperation and support.

    We will also continue to distribute free meals throughout the closure. Distribution locations are available at   

    We will continue to keep you updated on the latest information. Please monitor our social media channels and the district’s information page



     First Day


    Please click here for Digital Learning and Enrollment FAQ  PCSB FAQ



    Call out - 03_26_2020

    Good evening Jaguar Nation this is Mrs. Wilson, Principal at TMFMS.  As we continue learning during this pandemic, I wanted to reach out to inform you of some important information. 

    TMFMS distributed technology for the last three days.  Moving forward if you have any technology questions, please visit our website for direction on assistance.  Pinellas County School District will have additional locations for picking up computers.  This information will be located on the District Website and will be communicated in a call out. 

    All field trips except for the DC field trip has been cancelled due to COVID 19.  Yesterday, I sent a letter about cancelling Grad Venture.  We will mail out refunds for all field trips that we have collected money for.  Please be patient as this may take us at least six weeks to complete and mail.

    Please make sure your child(ren) have signed into Teams and have communicated with all their teachers before noon tomorrow.  Teachers are receiving inappropriate comments within the Digital Classrooms.  Please help us and reiterating the importance of being appropriate within these classrooms.  This is a time for learning and interacting with the teacher concerning learning.  The Digital Learning Schedule is posted on our Website and I am including in an email within this callout.  Teachers will give specifics/details on how this will work.  It is the expectation that your child is actively engaged during scheduled class times as this is how grading and assignments will be graded. 

    That concludes the updates for this week.  Have a great evening.  


    *Distance learning with Office 365: Guidance for parents and guardians

       Distance Learning Instructions


    *Here are instructions for students logging into Teams.  

    Teams 1  Teams 2

    Teams 1 Teams 2

    *Live Chat Times- students should be logged in during these times.   Live Chat

    Live Chat

    *Eighth Grade Gradventure Update: Gradventure

    *Digital Device FAQS  FAQ






    PCSB Communications 3/22/2020 

    Pinellas County Schools Families,

    I hope you and your family were able to enjoy a portion of your spring break in light of the COVID-19 health crisis. Thank you for your continued support as we work together to ensure our students stay safe, healthy and continue their learning.

    As you know Governor DeSantis and the Department of Education extended a directive requiring all school districts in the state of Florida to close for students until April 15.  

    District staff has been working throughout spring break to prepare for digital instruction, and to address the questions from families and staff. This is an extraordinary situation. We are committed to make decisions with the best interests of our students, families and staff in mind. We must all recognize that processes may not be optimal or perfect, but we are dedicated to continuously improving our supports for our staff, students and families during this unprecedented situation.

    Digital Learning for Students

    This week, March 23-27, students and families can access grade level, academic enrichment activities and get to know the digital platforms that are available through our Digital Learning Students and Families webpage. A link to these activities is now available on your school’s website. During the week of March 23-27 our teachers will be working collaboratively to prepare for digital instruction on our Microsoft Teams platform. This will, no doubt, be a shift for our teachers and students. We are working with our teachers to plan for and provide the best possible experience for all students in all grade levels. 

    On Monday, March 30, the district will transition to course/class specific assignments developed and led by their teachers utilizing the Microsoft 365 Teams (Microsoft Teams) platform. On Microsoft Teams, your student’s teacher(s) will be able to give class specific lessons and messages directly to their students.

    All resources for students and families, including frequently asked questions and how-to tutorials are available on our dedicated webpage for Digital Learning for Students and Families.

    To prepare, students and families can:

    We will begin distributing laptops and tablets for students in need beginning Tuesday morning, March 24. You will receive a message directly from your principal on Monday with details on the distribution process.

    Thanks to Spectrum, free WiFi is available to our students. To enroll, call 1-844-488-8395. All installation fees will be waived for new student households. WiFi hotspots across Spectrum’s footprint will also be available for public use.

    Individual Education and 504 Plans

    Students with Individual Education or 504 Plans will continue to have accommodations and services available in the digital platform. Students with an IEP can expect their case manager to contact them through Microsoft Teams the week of March 30.

    Food & Nutrition Resources for Students

    Our Food and Nutrition Team will also be distributing free meals this week at nine of our schools this week for Pinellas County Schools students ages 18 and younger.  From March 23-27 each location will serve a lunch and breakfast, in a single bag. While we encourage parents and caregivers to drive to our locations, we will also be accepting walk-ups. 




    Dunedin Elementary
    900 Union St., Dunedin  

    10:45 am - 11:45 am

    Eisenhower Elementary
    2800 Drew St., Clearwater  

    11:00 am - Noon

    Fairmount Park Elementary
    575 41st St. S, St. Petersburg

    10:15 am - 11:15 am

    Marjorie K. Rawlings Elementary
    6505 68th St. N, Pinellas Park

    11:00 am - Noon

    John Hopkins Middle
    701 16th St S, St. Petersburg

    10:30 am - 11:30 am

    New Heights Elementary
    3901 37th St. N, St. Petersburg

    10:45 am - 11:45 am

    Ponce De Leon Elementary
    1301 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Clearwater

    11:15 am - 12:15 pm

    Southern Oak Elementary
    9101 Walsingham Rd., Largo  

    11:15 am - 12:15 pm

    Tarpon Springs Elementary
    555 Pine St., Tarpon Springs

    10:30 am - 11:30 am

    If you are not able to go to one of the school sites listed above, other local food providers throughout the county are offering free, nutritious meals for our students. A complete list of sites throughout our community can be found at:

    The district is working to expand the number of distribution sites beginning March 30. We will share an updated list as soon as it is finalized.

    Student State Assessments

    The Florida Department of Education (FDOE) has announced that all PK-12 student state assessments will be cancelled for the 2019-20 school year. FDOE will provide guidance to school districts in the near future regarding any potential impacts for students. As the district learns more information, we will share this with our community.

    State School Grade Designations vs. Student Grades

    The Florida Department of Education (FDOE) has announced that all school grade designations will not be calculated for schools for the 2019-20 school year.

    Students will continue to earn grades based on their progress in their classes. Student grades and credits will continue to count toward promotion and/or graduation.

    Student Instructional Hours

    The Florida Department of Education (FDOE) has announced that the Commissioner is evaluating how digital instruction will count toward student instructional hours. The Commissioner may reduce required K-12 instructional hours, as necessary, to accommodate for school closures.

    Information and resources are available on the district website which is updated on a regular basis  

    I know the transition to digital learning may not be easy and that there will be new questions and challenges that arise. We will work together, with care and compassion, to support our students and community through this difficult time. Pinellas County Schools remains committed to providing a high-quality education to our students. We appreciate your continued patience and support.


    Michael A. Grego, Ed.D.
    Pinellas County School


    VISIT WWW.PCSB.ORG for all updates. 















Choice Fairs and Application Information

  • PCS offers nearly 80 programs focused on students interests, talents and learning styles.
    The Application Period for the 2020-2021 school year is Jan. 8-17, 2020. Find the right fit for your child!

    Learn about our magnet, fundamental and career academies at Choice Fairs:
    Oct. 29:  6 to 7:30 p.m. at Countryside High, 3000 SR 580, Clearwater
    Nov. 2: 9 to 11:30 a.m. at Pinellas Park High, 6305 118th Ave., Largo
    Nov. 4: 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Lakewood High, 1400 54th Ave. S, St. Petersburg

    Explore individual programs in more detail at Discovery Nights:
    Oct. 30 - Dec. 20

    TMFMS Discovery Night Center for Gifted Studies and Fundamental- Tuesday December 17th @ 6 pm. 

    Discovery Night Flyer   Spanish Discovery Night Flyer


    The Student Assignment office assists families during normal business hours, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

    Contact Us: or (727) 588-6210   

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