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    School Vision: 100% student success

    School Mission: Madeira Beach Fundamental will provide a rigorous student-centered learning environment to ensure 100% student success and promote college readiness by working collaboratively with all faculty, staff, and community stakeholders.


    To accomplish this mission, Madeira Beach Fundamental has 7 Goals:

    1. 76% of our students scored at the proficient level or above as evidenced in the Spring, 2018 English Language Arts Florida Standards Assessment. We expect our performance level to be 80% of students achieving ELA proficiency by Spring 2019. 
    2. 87% of our students scored at the proficient level or above as evidenced in the Spring, 2018 Mathematics Florida Standards Assessment. We expect our performance level to be 89% of students achieving Mathematics proficiency by Spring, 2019.   
    3. 86% of our students scored at the proficient level or above as evidenced in SSA proficiency (level 3 and above). We expect our performance level to be 90% by May 2019.  
    4. 90% of our students achieved at the proficient (Level 3 and above) as measured by the 2019 Spring EOC Civics Assessment.We expect our performance to increase from 90% to 93%, as measured by the 2019 Spring EOC Civics Assessment. 
    5. 100% of students will be provided with opportunities for physical movement on a daily basis to maintain student engagement in content.
    6. The percent of all students earning credit for acceleration coursework will increase from 81% to 85%, as measured by qualifying course credit scores and/or industry certifications earned as measured by the *Acceleration Rate.


    100% of our students will be provided restorative practices (community circles) on a regular basis to increase community building opportunities and reduce the number and percent of discipline incidents for each student subgroup.




    2019-20 General Membership Meeting Opportunities...

    *** Earn August Credit by: 

    1. SAC/Parent University  -  Next mtg date - 8/27/19 @ 5:30pm 

    2. PTSA   -  Next mtg date -  8/20-21/19 @ OPEN HOUSE 
                   (Click on Calendar Tab above for times/Membership cards in Media Center)

    ****For SAC or PTSA meeting credit, you must arrive no more than 15 minutes from the start of the meeting opportunity you attend, and remain for the entirety of the meeting.  Parking will be tight so arrive early, and available to you on our middle grades PE field.  Please do not park on the car line itself.  General membership meeting cards will be found in our media center for sign in.

    3. Other Mtg. Credit opportunities:

    • Are you interested in earning meeting credit without attending a night time meeting?  Our IAC needs you!  Be a part of the IAC committee that meets on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.  You do not have to attend all meetings...serve when you can.  Please email Mrs. Ivy ( or Mrs. Crandall ( to be added to the list of IAC volunteers.  Serving on two IAC meetings equals one month’s meeting credit.
    • You could receive General Membership Credit for lending a helping hand in the mornings and/or afternoons!!  We could use your help in the mornings and afternoons with covering some of the gates or assisting in the parking lot on campus.  If you are willing to help two mornings a month (or more if available) you will receive membership credit for the month of February.  You would need to be on campus for about half an hour per shift.  You do not need to be a Level II volunteer, but you MUST be a registered volunteer that has activated their FOCUS account for this school year.  If you need help registering/activating your account, please contact our Family & Community Liaison, Stacie Allen at 727.547.7697

    • Serving on IAC - If you are interested in earning meeting credit without attending a night time meeting...our AIC needs you!  Our IAC Committee meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  You can serve when you can.  Please email Mrs. Crandall (Elementary) and/or Mrs. Ivey (Middle) to be added to the list of volunteers.  Two IAC meetings equals one month's meeting credit. 


    Madeira Beach Fundamental Chosen as National Sandy Hook Promise Winner

    Madeira Beach Fundamental School received the ‘Start with Hello’ Grand Prize Award for preventing social isolation from Sandy Hook Promise. On Monday, Feb. 4, representatives from Sandy Hook Promise visited Madeira Beach Fundamental School to present students with the Start with Hello Grand Prize Award. The students of Madeira Beach Fundamental were recognized for their outstanding efforts to creatively integrate and implement the core values of Sandy Hook Promise’s Start with Hello program among its student body and overall community. The award was celebrated during school-wide assemblies.

    Start with Hello is a proven and easy to implement program that empowers students to create an inclusive and connected community by reaching out to those who may be chronically isolated, marginalized or rejected, to let them know that they are seen and valued. Pinellas County Schools participated in Start with Hello week Sept. 24- through 28, 2018. Pinellas County Schools began its no-cost partnership with Sandy Hook Promise in early 2018.

     Sandy Hook Promise is a national, nonprofit organization based in Newtown, Connecticut. They are led by several family members whose loved ones were killed in the tragic mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Dec. 14, 2012 that claimed the lives of 20 first-graders and six educators.

    Watch this ABC Action News report to learn about Madeira Beach Fundamental School’s Start With Hello efforts.

    Watch the WPDS TV14 Madeira Beach Fundamental awarded national Sandy Hook Promise Award video



    2019-2020 8th grade National Junior Honor Society Interest

    NJHS is a service organization for students who exemplify and demonstrate the following traits: service, leadership, character, and citizenship. Eligible eighth grade students will be evaluated by a faculty advisory council on the basis of these traits. 

    To be eligible for membership consideration, students must be in eighth grade and have a 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale beginning with grades active in sixth grade and meet the behavioral and character requirements. If, after a student has been selected, but before the formal induction, the student is involved in an incident which places his/her qualifications in question, induction will not take place until the faculty advisory council re-evaluates his/her standing.

    Students must also be able to verify at least 20 hours of community service with documentation.  Acceptable forms of documentation include a letter or the form available on the website with signed documentation of the service done and number of hours.  Service hours may be completed at the same place and should be signed off by a non-family member.  The hours may begin at the beginning of his/her seventh grade year and need to be completed by the first day of 8th grade.





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    8th Grade Students/Families

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