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Skycrest Partners

  • Thank you to the following community partners:

    Kiwanis logo Springtime City Kiwanis has partnered with Skycrest in many different ways.  They sponsored our Student Council Shirts, paid for a special science guest visitor, purchased books for our scholars and volunteer weekly to help our office staff.  Thank you so much for your support!


    Skycrest Community Church Helpers

    A huge thank you to Skycrest Community Church for all of the school supply donations.  Also, thank you to Lotz of Blessings for the lunch bags filled with supplies for our awesome teachers.



       Thank you to Trinity Presbyterian of Clearwater Church for ALL of the STUFF THE BUS school supplies donated to our students - we are very grateful for your generosity. 

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    A huge thank you to Bakery Makel for donating cupcakes to our awesome staff!


  • All school districts in the state of Florida to close for students until May 1st

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  • Dear Families,

    It is understood that students using Pinellas County internet and network resources, including Teams, do so in support of one another and the learning environment. Civil and respectful conduct is always expected between all students.

    How you refer to others, either in person, through your conduct, or on electronic platforms such as Teams and social media, should reflect the values of your family and your school. Hurtful or unkind statements have no place in the conversation, and can lead to disciplinary action, including:


    Discipline Steps (in order):

    • Verbal Warning- Classroom teacher contacts and reminds student of virtual learning expectations/rules. Teacher deletes post/s.
    • Verbal Warning with Parent/family- Classroom teacher contacts parent/family of student to inform them of the student action/s and expectations.
    • Student will be muted on platforms, such as Teams (students would have to submit work by other means).
    • Classroom teacher notifies Principal and Assistant Principal of the student action/s and steps taken to try to resolve the issue/concern.
    • Principal and/or Assistant Principal contacts the parent and student by means of Discipline Incident or Referral. This could include removal from activities, including scheduled end-of-year activities, if applicable.


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  • Digital Learning and Enrollment  Frequently Asked Questions for Families How do I get my child started on their digital learning assignments?

    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.


    Does my child have to be online all day long? What does my child’s schedule look like?

    Students and families can set the schedule that works for them to complete their lessons and assignments. There will be online lessons and assignments daily from each teacher, including a daily attendance activity. Teachers will also set student appointments or host live lessons and chats that would give specific times on specific days, but this would not be a daily set schedule for students. Check with your student’s teacher(s) for more information.


    How do I get my child’s R2.D2 number?

    Ask your student! They use this number to access computers and programs within their classrooms. If your student does not know their R2.D2 number, call our Digital Learning Helpline at 727-588-6060 or your school so they can retrieve that information for you. They will ask you a couple of questions to verify your identity when you call.


    How does my student get on Microsoft Teams?

        The district has instructions that can support you and your student for getting on Microsoft Teams

                         Microsoft Teams Student Guide               Microsoft Teams Parent Guide


    I’m having issues logging into Microsoft Teams with my R2.D2 number. What do I do?

    Microsoft Teams uses an email format of your R2.D2 number when you log into the system. Use the following format and it should log you in:


    I don’t have a parent login to Parent Portal. How do I get one?

    Our Digital Learning Helpline can set up your Parent Portal account at 727-588-6060. They will ask you a couple of questions to verify your identity when you call. 


    My child and I have forgotten our passwords. How do I get my password?

    Should you, or your student, need support resetting a password, please visit:


    I missed the dates for getting a laptop/device at my school. How do I get a laptop/digital device for my child? Device distribution is for students and families that do not have a laptop/digital device at home. Contact your child’s school directly and they will support and connect you to our regional device distribution team.


    I don’t have internet access at home. How can I get connected?

    Thanks to Spectrum, WiFi will be provided to all qualifying students (discount dependent on household income).  For students to enroll, call 1-844-488-8395. If, a qualified student cannot get Spectrum installed (e.g. Spectrum does not service the neighborhood), contact your child’s school directly and they will support and connect you to our regional device distribution team.


    The device I received from my child’s school isn’t working. How do I get it fixed?

    First check to make sure your device is connected to your home WiFi and that it has been charged. If it still not working, contact your child’s school directly and they will support and connect you to our regional device distribution team.


    How do I enroll my child in school with the current closures (grades K-12)?

    All initial registration will be completed electronically by the Student Assignment Office. Parents will not need to physically go to a school nor district office to register at this time. You can call the office directly between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm at 727-588-6210 or email them at 


    What is the enrollment process for PreK3/VPK?

    All enrollment will be done electronically through the Student Assignment Office. Parents of students accepted for the 2020-21 school year have received a phone call outlining the steps they need to now. Parents will not need to physically go to a school nor district office to register at this time. You can call the office directly between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm at 727-588-6210 or email them at 

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    ACCESSING Digital Learning at Home

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    Log into Clever at Home  Video on how to login 

    Steps to Logging in:

    • Your child will log into Clever or go on PCSB website and click Clever icon 


    • Your child will log in with any electronic device (including smartphone) and click on the Clever icon on the desktop


    • Your child will use her/her R2.D2 number and password (if your child forgot these, please contact your child's teacher or email Mrs. Elander at
    • Change Password  (Requires you to know your password)
    • Reset Password  (Forgotten password)


    • Once in CLEVER - your child will scroll to the icon called TEAMS - this is where assignments will be given from your child's teacher
    • Image result for teams iconInstructions for TEAMS login



    Spectrum is offering free or reduced-price internet service to families in need with K-12 and/or college students as well as teachers.

    Please see offer details and enrollment information.

    Wi-Fi hotspots across Spectrum's footprint will also be available for public use.


    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.


    Distribution of School Meals During School Closures

    Meals will be packed at and delivered from Walter Pownall Service Center. The meals will be cold and meet the USDA nutritional standards. The district is working with the Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger to help reach more students and families needing assistance.

    Breakfast includes: cereal or breakfast bar, juice (OJ, apple juice or mixed fruit) and milk.

    Lunch includes: Sandwich (PBJ on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; meat and cheese sandwiches on Tuesdays and Thursdays), fruit cup (applesauce, strawberries or peaches), juice (OJ, apple juice or mixed fruit) and milk.

    • Meals will be served “Grab & Go”
    • Lunch and (breakfast for the next day) will be served in a single bag
    • Meals are FREE for anyone 18 years old and under
    • Child/Teen must be present to receive meals
    • Meals will be served as “Drive-Thru” at the car/bus circle. Walkers should go to the Main Entrance of the School

    Distribution Points and Times:

    Dunedin Highland Middle
    70 Patricia Ave., Dunedin           10:45-11:45

    Eisenhower Elementary
    2800 Drew St. Clearwater            11:00-Noon

    Marjorie K. Rawlings Elementary
    6505 68th St. N Pinellas Park        11:00-Noon

    John Hopkins Middle School
    701 16th St S St. Petersburg        10:30-11:30

    New Heights Elementary
    3901 37th St. N St. Petersburg     10:45-11:45

    Ponce De Leon Elementary
    1301 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Clearwater  11:15-12:15

    Southern Oak Elementary
    9101 Walsingham Rd. Largo        11:15-12:15

    Tarpon Springs Elementary
    555 Pine St. Tarpon Springs        10:30-11:30

    Fairmount Park Elementary

    575 41st St. S St. Petersburg       10:15—11:15



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  • Welcome to Skycrest Elementary!

    Vision of Skycrest:

    "To ensure each scholar has an equitable chance to succeed by growing his/her unique talents and gifts through an engaging curriculum and a safe, collaborative, learning enviornment partnerning with staff, families, and community."

    Mission of Skycrest:

    "To educate and prepare students for college, career, and life"


    Theme for the 2019-2020 school year:

    "Learning Leaders - Learning Toward Change"

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    We welcome you to our school!


    Our new school hours for the 2019-2020 school year are 8:45 a.m.– 2:55 p.m.

    Students may enter campus at 8:15 a.m. for breakfast. 

    Office hours 8:10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.


    Family Lunch Day is Wednesday ~ Families are welcome to eat lunch with their child(ren) on Wednesdays.


    2019-2020 Student Code of Conduct Handbook


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