On Monday, January 25 - Friday, January 29, Families are asked to participate in the annual Title 1 survey. Face to Face Scholars will receive a paper copy.
The survey is available online in English, Spanish and Vietnamese January 20th through February 11th for parents who choose to participate online instead of paper/pencil.
Please read the message below and click on the LINK or the QAR to access the survey.
Title 1 enhances out instructional program in many ways. We receive funding per pupil in K-5th grade.
We use these funds to support the following:
2 Reading Recovery Teachers
1 MTSS Coach
Materials for Teaching and Learning
Social Emotional Learning Materials
Collaborative Planning and Training for our teachers
Dec. 17, 2020
Families interested in Pre-K for 3-year-olds or VPK, which serves 4-year-olds, will be able to apply for next school year Jan. 19 through Feb. 1.
Apply during the application period at reservation.pcsb.org.
To participate in VPK, families should apply for a VPK Certificate of Eligibility (voucher) from the Early Learning Coalition beginning Jan. 1. Learn more at the Early Learning Coalition website.
Pre-K 3 is for children who will be 3 years old on or before Sept. 1, 2021. Pre- K 3 is aimed at enhancing language and communication skills, and support cognitive, physical, social and emotional development. Tuition is $75 per week plus a non-refundable registration fee of $75 that is applied to tuition.
Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK) is a free, state-funded program that prepares children for kindergarten. Pinellas County Schools offers a free VPK program for three hours a day. Children must be 4 years old on or before Sept. 1, 2021. The program can be extended for the last three hours of the school day through a tuition fee of $65 a week and a $65 registration fee that is applied to the last week of tuition.
To learn about Prekindergarten opportunities, visit www.pcsb.org/early or visit 727-588-6513.
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