I would like to thank the staff, students and our families for a wonderful start of our school year. We kicked off our Fall Fundraiser selling Cookie Dough and Magazines in September! You can also order online or send the link to your family and friends. We appreciate your support!
You have recently received your child’s progress report. Please take this opportunity to discuss your child’s progress with them. If you feel you need further information, please schedule a conference with your child’s teacher.
Thank you so much for joining us for Open House to visit your child’s classroom, STEM Lab and touring the school! We would love to get more Watch DOGS (Dads of Great Students) volunteering on campus, so please contact Fred Monfett or Monte Werner if you are interested. We hope you will join us for our family events throughout the year!
Welcome to MyStudent!
This year, the district has implemented the myStudent platform which includes a parent portal for you to view important information about your child. As a part of this portal, there is a tab on the left navigation panel called Child Info. Under this tab, there will be another tab called Local Assessments. Results from the Quarterly Checks will be uploaded to this tab each quarter that Quarterly Checks are administered. For students who take a District Final, these results will also be reported in this area.
Instructions for accessing myStudent:
Our new gradebook and attendance platform, myStudent, is available for parents to login for the 2016-17 school year. This portal will allow you to monitor your child’s progress and enhance communication and involvement in your child’s education. Click here to learn more about creating a parent account. If you need assistance, please email myStudenthelp@pasco.k12.fl.us.
Parental Notification: Out-of-Field Teaching Assignments
Individuals who are teaching out-of-field are certified in at least one area and are qualified to teach but are required to take additional course work or testing to add a coverage/endorsement to their certificate. The state also requires a teacher to take coursework/inservice towards an English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) endorsement, when the teacher is the primary language arts provider and/or reading teacher for an ESOL student.
The following teachers have agreed to work towards the ESOL endorsement: Kelly Clayton, Melissa Galante, Nancy Ivey and Elizabeth Johnstone.
Use the online form at
Use this form to help make it a whole lot easier!
Just attach your box tops and send the form in with your child when it’s full!