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282 N. Blue Lake Ave.
Deland, FL 32724
(386) 822-4070

    Online School Payments

    The Online School Payments portal is provided to parents to facilitate payment for school fees for a variety of products and services. ​Read more...​​​

    Information for Full-time Virtual Instruction Enrollment for 2014-15 School Year

    Families interested in full-time virtual instruction for the 2014-15 school year should visit See the attached letter for full details on enrollment dates and options for students.

    Extended Day Enrichment Program - EDEP

    The EDEP offers fee-based after school programs at over 36 elementary schools in Volusia County.  Program hours are immediately after school ends until 5:45 p.m.
    The EDEP provides a safe environment for elementary school students to develop friendships and explore new hobbies and interests.  More than 3,500 students participate in offerings such as homework monitoring, music, arts & crafts, computer skills, recreational activities and field trips.  Check out information on before, after school and summer programs.

    VPK Registration

    To obtain a certificate of eligibility, immediately contact the Early Learning Coalition of Flagler and Volusia Counties 386-323-2400 or  Families should complete the registration at their zoned school.  

    Resources for Families Without Home Phones

    You may have seen the commercial on TV about   This program is for households with less than $26,000 in annual household income and/or receiving food stamps.  The program is sponsored by TRAC PHON and if qualified you will receive a free phone and  minutes for a year or more.  Families must re-apply every year for the program.  The families will receive 60 minutes a month or more and the phone needs to be ON for the first three days of the month to automatically receive the minutes each additional month.

    They can also buy additional minutes through a TRAC PHON provider if needed, but for those who need a phone for emergency use this will help.  If they don’t have internet access they can call to apply at 1-800-977-3678.  The phone arrives in about three business days.  For more information, call or check out the website: 



    Student Safety

    Your child's safety is a priority. Procedures are in place and have been practiced so all will be prepared, if any emergencies occur. If an event, such as a fire, bomb threat, or hazardous material spill necessitates campus evacuation, law enforcement will block all of the streets leading to our school. School buses will transport our children, faculty, and staff to Freedom Elementary School on South Blue Lake Avenue.

     You will be able to check your child out of school from the office at Freedom Elementary. If you have any specific questions about our emergency procedures, contact Mrs. Virginia Freeman, Assistant Principal,  at 822-4070, extension 21908.


    School Safety Resources for Parents and Teachers

    The Department of Education’s Office of Safe Schools provides many online resources about Safe Schools initiatives related to bullying, cyber-safety, and other important issues. Please take time to visit  to get more details.  If you are interested in learning more about the “Safe Streets” initiative to reduce gang activity and access valuable online resources on this and other safety-related topics, visit the Attorney General’s Web site at