Annual ESE Parent Survey is underway
It is time for the Florida Department of Education’s annual Exceptional Student Education Parent Survey. Each year, the department surveys parents of students with an individual education plan (IEP) who receive special education services to determine how well schools are promoting their involvement in their children’s education.
If your child receives special education services, make your voice heard. Take the ESE Parent Survey.
Feedback helps the state and the school district improve educational services for children with special needs and their families. The survey is confidential, but Pinellas County Schools receives overall results and improves ESE services based on parent feedback. As a result, the district has created a helpline to assist families with navigating special education services and implemented options to make ESE Advisory Committee Meetings accessible to families throughout the county.
Parents can take the ESE Parent Survey at www.esesurvey.com
The survey closes May 31.
Teacher of the Year
Emergent Teacher of the Year
Clerical Support Staff Representative of the Year
Classroom Support Staff Representative of the Year
Dear High Point Families,
Time to celebrate! Our school has recently been recognized for our work implementing a school-wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) framework. PBIS is a set of strategies based in behavioral and biomedical science that enhances student quality of life and reduces problem behaviors. National research shows that full implementation of this framework leads to improved student outcomes.
By establishing this framework, we are developing student skills, making changes to the school environment, acknowledging appropriate student behavior, and using data to identify needed supports for our students.
As a result of this work, we are being recognized by the FLPBIS Project for achieving Gold PBIS Model School status. This award demonstrates our commitment to positive and equitable outcomes for all students and helps us celebrate our efforts as we progress toward full implementation of PBIS.
We are a proud community!
Mrs. Mavres & Mrs. Drainville