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CHAMPION ELEMENTARY
921 Tournament Drive
Daytona Beach, FL 32124
(386) 258-4664
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    SAC Climate Survey

    Volusia County Schools is engaged in an ongoing continuous improvement process, of which all stakeholders are a part. The district will be sending you an invitation to participate in the online survey between the dates of March 29th – May 28th  as one method of reaching all stakeholders.

    Surveys are a means to systematically engage all our stakeholders in two-way communication. They provide school leaders and teachers a lens into the thinking and perceptions of our stakeholders. Careful analysis of the results helps us to understand our areas of strength and effectiveness, as well as those areas that might need improvement. These survey results will enable our school leaders to measure stakeholders' attitudes and help target improvement strategies focused on student achievement, as well as school and district effectiveness. Taking the survey will also provide a means for stakeholders to learn about what parents and students should be looking for in a high quality school system.  Your cooperation and support in completing the surveys will be greatly appreciated. 
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    Kid Care

    Children with health insurance miss fewer days of school, and applying for Florida KidCare is easy.  Any family can apply, and many pay $20 or less per month to insure their children.  Most pay nothing at all.  Click  he re for additional information with local support in applying. 

    https://www.vcsedu.org/student-health-services/florida-kidcare-health-insurance

    Sick Day Guidelines

    Not sure if you should send your child to school when they're sick? Take a look at these helpful Sick Day Guidelines.

    School Lunches

    For information regarding the Free and Reduced Meal Application, meals and lunches, prices​ and wellness news and policies, ​please visit our School Way Cafe​.

    Updated Policy for Students Without Money for Meals

    Extended Day Enrichment Program

    The Extended Day Enrichment Program (EDEP) is offered at 38 Volusia County Elementary Schools. The EDEP offers a safe environment with supervised after-school enrichment activities including, but not limited to, homework monitoring, tutoring, community service projects, arts and crafts, music, drama, outside recreational activities and much more!

    Go to the Online School Payments​ page to make a payment for Extended Day.

    Helpful Parent Links

    Get the facts about Diseases page 1

    Get the facts about Diseases page 2

    VCS 702-2 Bullying Information for Parents

    Safety Tips for Pedestrian/Bicycle/Bus Riders

    ​Information on Florida KidCare

    Florida KidCare website link.​​​​

    Volunteers/Chaperones

    ​Thank you to all our Volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a Volusia County School Board Volunteer at your child's school, please take a few minutes to complete the online Voluntee​r Application.

    ​The application in electronic form can be accessed from the Raptor Kiosk at any school or by using any type of computer. The online application is available in English and Spanish.

    For additional information visit the Volusia County Schools' Volunteer/Partnership Programs page or contact your local school.

    School Emergency Guide

    ​Emergency Evacuation Information

    Parents Have a Key Role in Emergency Response
    While we hope that every school day runs smoothly, an emergency situation can occur at any given time. It is important that we follow school and district policies, procedures and guidelines to ensure the safety of our students and staff.

    In the event that our school becomes unsafe and we have to evacuate our campus we have an agreement with David Hinson Middle School as our primary evacuation site and Father Lopez High School as the secondary evacuation site. Our media staging area is located at the intersection of T​hornberry Branch Lane and Tournament Drive.

    Connect Ed phone messages and local media will be great sources of current information for families. Stay tuned to local news channels and be sure to keep your phone numbers current with school officials so that you know exactly what is going on if we were in an emergency situation.

    During and following an emergency situation, school and district officials must act quickly and follow established emergency protoco​​ls to safeguard students and staff, secure schools, and communicate accurate information in a timely manner. Parents can assist greatly by helping with preparation before the emergency.

    School Emergency Guide for Parents