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  • Device Collection Info

    New and returing students have the option to keep their laptop for the summer, if they fill out the Summer Laptop Checkout Form.

    You can download the form here:  Summer Laptop Checkout Form

    You can fill it out, take a picture of it and email it to Mrs. Rossell at rossellj@pcsb.org or print it and either drop it off to the main office or send it in to your student's first period teacher. 

    We held a Device Collection Parent Info Night on May 26th at 6pm. The meeting recording is below:

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  • Course Requests for 2021-2022 School Year

    As we work to prepare our student schedules for the 2021-2022 school year, we are asking parents to review their student's course requests for the upcoming school year.  You can review your student's course requests in portal.  (Please note this is a list of schedule requests, not the actual order of your student's schedule).  Here is video showing you how you can do this: 

     Once you have reviewed your students course requests, if you would like to make changes, you can do so by using this link to send in your requests:

    https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=BZM8c9c5GkaGb_3ye_PH_92oQfmXgCRHotvKDyUbYvtUNDZWQkFEV1lPTjZVWElWSFNaSEozSklVSi4u

    PE Waivers: Please note that if you wish for your child to waive PE class for the 2021-2022, you must fill out the link to the digital PE waiver form: https://asd.pcsb.org/SchoolWiresForms/PE_Waiver/ 

    PE Waivers have to be signed every year for your child to have PE waived.

    Need Help? Contact our staff:

    Rising 6th graders: northcuttc@pcsb.org

    Rising 7th graders: boscoma@pcsb.org

    Rising 8th graders: mcdonnellk@pcsb.org

    Assistant Principal for Scheduling: doland@pcsb.org

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  • Our 6th, 7th, & 8th Grade Awards events were held in May. These events are available to watch on our YouTube page:

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  • Summer Bridge 2021

    Prepare Learn Grow!

    The Summer Bridge Middle School Program Registration opens March 23! Summer Bridge helps students develop and strengthen skills in math, reading, science and social studies, with a blend of technology, small group instruction, manipulatives, hands-on labs and project-based learning. New this summer, students will have the opportunity to take an elective! Course recovery courses will also be offered to eligible students in math, science, social studies and language arts.  Transportation is also available this year, along with free Breakfast and Lunch!

    Dates: June 21 – July 15

    Days: Monday - Thursday

    Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

    To Apply:  Go to https://reservation.pcsb.org

    Need Help Applying?  Please contact Student Assignment at 727-588-6210 or StudentAssignment@pcsb.org

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  • 6th Grade Expo!

    We enjoyed meeting our new 6th grade families on March 11that 6th Grade Expo!  We have uploaded our PowerPoint and a video recording of the session here to get you ready for the 2021-2022 school year!  More information about Camp Highlander in July will be coming soon!

     

    Here is a link to the meeting recording: Click Here

    And the PowerPoint document: Click Here

     And here are some helpful documents to get you ready for 6th grade!

    6th Grade Brochure

    Expo Night Contacts

    Expo Night Contacts in Spanish

    Expo Night Contacts in Arabic

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  • Center for Gifted Studies

    For Prospective 5th grade Gifted Students:

     Please see the PowePoint presentation from our January info nights!

    January CGS Info Night Presentation

     

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  • Adopt DHMS!

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  • School Vision

    Dunedin Highland Middle School will establish a close working relationship with our neighboring community, demonstrating pride and respect for diverse cultural and socio-economic backgrounds, striving for 100% student success. We look to be a leader in cutting-edge technology, research-based learning strategies, and professionally developed educators. 

     

    School Mission

    Dunedin Highland Middle School will close the achievement gap and open new learning opportunities to ensure that all of our scholars are prepared for college and career success by providing a safe and respectful environment, inspiring excellence in educational practices and student achievement, and demonstrating pride in our school community.

     

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