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  • Packer SAT/ACT Tutoring

    This 4 week course will strengthen your test taking skills and help you get a score that truly refl­ects your ability! You will receive weekly practice with real, timed SAT or ACT tests as well as:

    • Common SAT/ACT questions
    • Test Taking Strategies
    • Managing Stress
    • Increasing Speed and Con­fidence

    Sessions B: 2/6-2/22 | C: 3/6-3/22 | D: 4/3-4/19

    Tue/Thu | 3-4pm | Ages: 14-17 | $400/session

    See flyer for registration details:  SAT ACT Workshop Flyer


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  • Packer AP Capstone Event

    Dear Largo Scholar,

    Congratulations on your academic achievements in high school thus far! 

    As you pick courses for next year, do you know how your selections will give you a competitive edge in the college admissions process? Do you know which courses will help you prepare for success at the college or university of your choice?

    For answers to these questions, look to the nationally recognized AP Capstone college preparation program available at your school. The program offers a sequence of two courses for sophomores and juniors. These courses focus on developing the critical thinking, research, collaboration, time management, and presentation skills you need for college-level work.

    To complete AP Capstone, enroll in the following sequence:

    Course Title


    Advanced Placement Seminar

    Complete a team project and an individual paper and presentation, as well as take a written end-of-course exam.

    Advanced Placement Research

    Explore various research methods and complete an independent research project. Your project can build on a topic, problem, or issue you covered in AP Seminar or on a brand new topic of your own choosing.

    College admissions officers recognize that AP Capstone students know how to build evidence-based arguments, apply research methods, work in teams, deliver professional presentations, and complete long-term academic projects. Public colleges and universities in Florida award elective credit for the courses. Detailed AP Capstone information can be found online at

    In addition to the AP Capstone courses, consider AP classes in which you demonstrated potential for success based on your PSAT results.  Look to balance your schedule with other activities and commitments. AP courses look most impressive on your transcript when you are able to succeed in these classes.

    Please join us for a 15-minute presentation via Facebook Live on Monday, Feb. 26, 2018 at 7 p.m. on the Pinellas County Schools page:

    You may also contact Hannah Graziano (, Claire Kelly ( or your school counselor for additional information.

    We hope to see you in the AP Capstone program.


    Judith Vigue, Director of Advanced Studies & Academic Excellence


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  • Belle of the Ball   Belle of the Ball

    The Belle of the Ball project is a non-profit organization which gives prom dresses to girls so they can go to these big events (homecoming and prom)  The boutique is ONLY open on specific days.  Girls arrive early to be part of the initial groups of girls who can "shop" for their dress, shoes and accessories from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  The boutique has over 3,000 dresses sorted by color and size.  (Truly remarkable)  No referral is required as it is on an honor system.  Space is limited, so a young lady may have one person (female) to shop with her.  There is a waiting area for gentlemen and small children as they can't be in the boutique or dressing area.

    2018 Shopping Days - March 10, March 24, April 7 and April 21  (These days ONLY)

    1210 Holt Ave, Clearwater  (old Curtis Fundamental School Building)  Map to Belle of the Ball

    To contact:

    Office phone: (727) 386-4502

    To volunteer:

    To donate:

    Founder and CEO Susan Schwartz:

    COO Joe Marteski:


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    Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  To insure every student has the opportunity to eat breakfast, Pinellas County Schools offers breakfast at no charge to all students.  At Largo High School, Angie Heet, our cafeteria manager, and her team offer hot breakfasts up to 7:05 each day.  These meals are served in our cafeteria and vary by day.  Start the day with Bacon, Ed & Cheese Pitas; Chicken Biscuit; Oatmeal or Grits with Sausage; Apple Cinnamon Texas Toast or a Ham & Cheese Croissant!

    Plus, vending machines dispense bundled breakfast packages which contain an Otis Spunkmeyer Chocolate muffin, Otis Spunkmeyer Blueberry muffin, or a Kelloggs Pop-Tart; ice cold milk or chocolate milk; fresh fruit or dried Cranraisins; and orange, apple or grape juice.  These breakfast packages are dispensed freely up to 7:05 and between classes until 9:45 each day.

    To see what is offered, please see the breakfast/lunch menu posted below.  Next to the numbered date is the breakfast meal. 

    August 2017

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  • Packer Cold & Flu Season

    We are entering the time of year when we see influenza (flu) and other respiratory viruses at school. We want to let you know what steps we are taking to keep our school community healthy and how you can help.

    Respiratory infections, such as the flu and common colds (colds), are spread when people come in close contact with sick people and inhale airborne droplets, or come in contact with contaminated surfaces. Flu and colds symptoms can sometimes be difficult to tell them apart, but consider this:




    How it begins





    Mild to moderate



    None to mild aches

    Stuffy, runny nose







    None to high grade

    None to low grade



    Earache/Sinus infection

    If symptoms persist or worsen, make an appointment with your healthcare provider to be evaluated. The flu can be serious for children of all ages, causing them to miss school, activities, or even be hospitalized.

    We take the health of our students seriously and work very hard to keep these viruses from spreading.   We regularly clean frequently touched areas such as door knobs, stair rails, telephones, computer keyboards, and bathroom faucets and fixtures. We also instruct students and staff to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Take 3 approach to fight the flu:

    • Get the flu vaccine every year
    • Take everyday preventative actions to stop the spread of germs:
    • Wash hands often with soap and water, or use alcohol-based hand sanitizers when soap and water are not available,
    • Cover coughs with a disposable tissue or cough into their sleeve,
    • Avoid touching their eyes, nose, and mouth,
    • Avoid close contact with sick individuals,
    • Avoid sharing cups and eating utensils, and
    • Stay home when sick.
    • Take flu antiviral drugs if your healthcare provider prescribes them

    You can help us maintain a healthy school environment in a variety of ways:

    • Make sure your children receive all recommended immunizations, including an annual flu vaccine,
    • Reinforce all of the above preventive behaviors practiced at school,
    • Make sure children get plenty of exercise, sleep, and healthy food, and
    • Keep sick children home, especially if they have a fever above 100o F, diarrhea, vomiting, or a severe cough.

    Please note that any student with a fever must stay home from school for at least 24 hours after the fever is gone without the use of fever-reducing medicines.

    If you have any questions, please contact your school nurse. Together we can have a healthy winter and spring!

    Versión en Español


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    Credit Recovery

    Scholars who have received a failing grade or a "D" grade in a course may recover the credit and receive forgiveness for the poor grade.  This option is available in many courses taught at Largo.  Upon completion of Credit Recovery, the new grade will replace the old grade and will boost a scholar's grade point average.  Credit Recovery is a online, school-based, after school program at no cost.  Students work at their own pace.  Please contact Mrs. Tammy Proctor in room 2-244 before school or email her at for a registration form.  Classes are Monday - Thursday (no Fridays) from 2:30 to 4:30.  Classes start on August 14.  Please don't let a poor grade point average prevent you from graduating or losing acceptance to your choice university.  Register today!


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  • Packer Freshman Evening Registration Night

    6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.


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  • Little Packer Preschool

    Little Packer Preschool

    Opening 2017-2018 School Year.  Little Packers Employee and Community Preschool.  For more information, visit  To register, stop by the school office.  Opens August 1st!


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  • Packer Spring Catalog released for free Parent Academy Workshops

    Workshop themes cover student achievement, parent advocacy and personal growth. Topics include FSA Prep, Taking Ownership of Your Path to Graduation, Family Financial Literacy and Anger Management. Several workshops will be provided through webinars. Families can view a list of workshops and register at For additional information, contact Family and Community Engagement Coordinator Sheila Kane at or 727-588-6000 ext. 1846.


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    Leaving School Early

    Recently, we had several students walking off campus without acquiring permission to leave school.  County policy mandates that a student must have permission from the school to leave campus. 

    At Largo High School, students are required to get permission to leave campus through the front desk.  There are no excuses for not following this policy.

    Parent, guardian or authorized person may (name listed in Focus)...

    • Call - may release your child by calling Mrs. Brock at 727-588-3758 x2000
    • Email or Write a Note - may write a note to Mrs. Brock ( which should include
      • the student's legal full name (first and last)
      • parent name
      • parent contact number
      • date of release and time 

    Students will receive a Permit to Leave (PTL) which is proof of leaving campus legally.  Students should write their name clearly on the log indicating time of departure as log entries are used to modify attendance. 

    Students not following policy may face disciplinary actions.


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  • Packer 2018 Seniors Page

    Looking for information on graduation, GradBash, or the Senior Brunch?  Go to the Seniors Only page within this website Click Here


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  • Packer Summer Bridge registration opens Feb. 26

    Parents can apply for Summer Bridge programs beginning Feb. 26.  Most elementary, middle and high school programs will take place 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., June 5 to July 19, Monday-Thursday. New programs have been added to help middle school students master Civics content, help high school students earn assessment scores they need to graduate, and help students entering ninth grade acclimate to high school life, while building skills they need to graduate. There will be no classes the week of July 4. Summer Bridge information for families is available at


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  • Packer Support following a school shooting

    Please make sure we are all vigilant about students and staff that are struggling with the school shooting that occurred in Broward County. This is a link to a well done info graphic to help teachers and families support students that you can share with staff and families from the National Association of School Psychologists. 

    Talking to children about violence infographic

    Know that our student services staff are trained to handle crisis responses in these circumstances.  We have utilized the prepared curriculum from NASP for this purpose. If any student or staff need additional support we can provide that as well as community referrals.  I have reached out to my colleagues in Broward County and Tallahassee and we will send them extra support if needed. They report that at this time they have what they need and will be in touch. Let me know if you need anything else. Thank you. 

    Donna Sicilian, LCSW, EdS

    Executive Director, Student Services


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  • Packer Understanding Your PSAT/NMSQT Scores

    When parents go to this page there is a short video that is less than 3 minutes that will help them understand what the results include.  Additionally, there is narrative information about how the score is calculated and making sense of all the numbers on the score report. 

    Understanding Your PSAT/NMSQT Scores


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    Yahoo Block

    Yahoo, a popular search engine and email service is being blocked by Pinellas County Schools as a result of a continued filtering issue which has allowed restricted images from coming through to our servers. 

    PCSB has begun the process of blocking Yahoo accounts from coming into our server.  At this time their seach engine is blocked and accessing Yahoo mail from school computers is blocked.  Very soon email coming into the school will be blocked too.  If you have an email address that you communicate with to the school, please consider chaniging services. 


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    If you experience any issues with this site or find errors, please email Debbie Howard at
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    School Hours & Location

    School offices are open from 6:45 to 2:45 Monday - Friday.

    Our campus is located at 410 Missouri Avenue in Largo

    School Phone: (727) 588-3758

    School FAX:  (727) 588-4037



    Administrative Offices (Revised: 08/07/17)  

    All students in Exploring Careers & Education in Leadership (ExCEL)  

         All calls (727) 588-4622

         Joshua Wolfenden, Assistant Principal

         Samantha Fitzjarrald, ExCEL Counselor

         Deb Howard, ExCEL Secretary


    All students in International Baccalaureate (IB)   

         All calls (727) 588-3758 ext. 2103

         Alec Liem, Assistant Principal

          Caiti Wolfe, Guidance Counselor

         Tiffiny Outlaw, Office Clerk


    Last names starting with A through I

         All calls (727) 588-3758 ext. 2102

         Jonathan Marina, Assistant Principal

         Katelyn Pellin, Guidance Counselor

         Kenisha Merricks, Office Clerk


    Last names starting J through MA 

         All calls (727) 588-3758  ext. 2103    

         Alec Liem, Assistant Principal

          Caiti Wolfe, Guidance Counselor

         Tiffiny Outlaw, Office Clerk


    Last names Mb through Z

         All calls (727) 588-3758  ext. 2100

         Linda Ray, Assistant Principal

         Lauren Poggiali, Guidance Counselor

         Marchelle Janeda, Office Clerk