Grade Level Clerks
6 th Grade – Ms. Norton – ext. 2036
7 th Grade – Ms. Roberson – ext. 2037
8 th Grade – Ms. Davis – ext. 2038
6 th Grade – Ms. Sandy – ext. 2062
7 th Grade – Ms. Penna – ext. 2061
8 th Grade – Ms. MacNeal – ext. 2060
6 th Grade – Dr. Ware – ext. 2016
7 th Grade – Mr. Schottler - ext. 2015
8 th Grade – Ms. Smith – ext. 2014
Ms. Cairns – ext. 2005
Ms. Buckley – ext. 2006
Enrollment Ms. Finkley – ext. 2007
Mr. Hairston – ext. 2095 Technology Technician
Ms. White – ext. 2029 Technology Coordinator/ Media Specialist
ESE – VE Specialist Ms. Reisinger – ext. 2313
Ms. Burgett – ext. 2026
Ms. Marshall - ext. 2021
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, please get him or her enrolled and participating in course recovery right away.
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 under the Contact Staff Link in our shortcut menue (Left), or the About Us tab (top).
FOCUS Student Information System
This video will help families gain access and navigate the new FOCUS SIS.
Get information on school re-opening options
Our top priority is ensuring that each scholar has an appropriate digital or face to face schedule. At this time, we are not making any schedule changes. Once school begins, our priority will be ensuring we are in compliance with our new class size requirements to ensure our scholars and staff are safe. Beginning August 24th, you may submit a schedule change request form to your child’s respective guidance counselor via email by September 4th. The Schedule Change Form can be found on the school website. Schedule change requests received by September 4th will be reviewed in order of priority and if the schedule change is feasible, while still adhering to our school safety guidelines, we will work to honor to request. Please note that submitting a schedule change request does not guarantee a schedule change. Thank you for your understanding and support as we make our priority the safety of all children and teachers on our campus.
Student Assignment Office
For assistance with registration or Student Assignment issues, please contact the Student Assignment Office at StudentAssignment@pcsb.org or (727) 588-6210.
New Student Registration Process
IMPORTANT - New students in kindergarten, sixth or ninth grade who enroll in Pinellas County Schools will be assigned to a zoned school. All other new students will be assigned to their zoned school on a space-available basis.
STEP 1: Find Your Zoned School
Parents will first need to find their child’s zoned school by using the School Zone Locator or calling Student Assignment, (727) 588-6210.
STEP 2: Reserve a Seat
To reserve a seat at a zoned school, use the online Student Reservation System (SRS) located on the district website, www.pcsb.org. You can use any computer, including a school computer, to reserve a seat. To use the Student Reservation System, you will need a PCS Portal User ID and password. To get a new PCS Portal User ID and password, visit any school. Make sure to bring a valid ID (Driver's License, State ID card, Passport/Visa, Military ID or Green Card). If you already have a User ID and password for another child, you do not have to obtain new ones.
STEP 3: Register
The final step is to CALL (727) 893-2606 AND MAKE AN APPOINTMENT to deliver the list of required documents. **DUE TO SAFETY COMPLIANCE, AN APPOINTMENT IS REQUIRED AS WE ARE UNABLE TO ALLOW WALK IN REGISTRATIONS**
Birth certificate or other proof of identity/age:
Students must be 5 years old on or before Sept. 1 to attend kindergarten. Students must be 6 years old on or before Sept. 1 and have completed kindergarten to attend grade 1. All students new to Pinellas County Schools must present proof of identity/age. For other items that may be accepted as legal evidence of birth, call your child’s assigned school.
Proof of residency:
Present two of the following items: utility bill for power, water, cable, sewer or land based telephone (not cellular); rental agreement or lease; closing document; Pinellas County tax statement with homestead exemption. The items must be recent and contain the name of the parent/guardian and service address on them.
If you do not have two of these items in the name of the parent or guardian, you must complete an Affidavit of Residency. It must be completed, notarized on both sides and submitted with two of the items listed in the name of the person with whom you reside and who is listed on the affidavit.
Florida Certificate of Immunization:
All new students entering school in Florida for the first time must have a completed Florida Certificate of Immunization (DOH 680) appropriate for their grade level.
Physical examination certificate:
All new students entering school in Florida for the first time must have a school health examination certificate signed by a licensed examiner (certificate must have been issued within 12 months prior to enrollment/registration).
Learnin At Home Links
For more information about using digital devices from home
Go to our link: Frequently Asked Questions
Register for updated late bus information: http://busbulletin.com
This is information on the Azalea Readiness To Learn Plan
Please abide by the car line procedures and do not pick up/drop off your child on the side street (79th St). This is a safety concern as there is a high rate of traffic on this street during arrival/dismissal times. Additionally the street has been marked with no parking signs and we want to respect our neighbors in the surrounding community.
*Students are only permitted on campus 30 minutes before (9:00 a.m.) and 30 minutes after (4:30 p.m.) School unless they are involved with a school sanctioned event. There has been an increase in students arriving extremely early and being picked up late outside school hours. This poses a safety concern as our Teachers/Staff are not on duty to supervise. Please assist us in abiding by this request.