Congratulations to Chisholm's facility, staff and students for being an B-School for the 2016 school year. We are also proud to be recognized as a FIVE STAR School as well. This rating is a result of the commitment and collaboration of our families and staff.
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 this Online Volunteer Application. For assistance, please visit the campus where you wish you volunteer.
The Volusia County School District is conducting a Parent Survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. In order to complete the survey, please go to: http://www.advanc-ed.org/survey/public/section/response/begin?surveyConfigId=662179
The School Improvement Plan and the Parent Involvement Plan are now available in the front office.
Parents, to access the Parent Portal, please use your assigned user id and password. If you need assistance, please call Chisholm Elementary, (386) 424-2540
To register, your child must be 5 years old on or before September 1st. Be sure to bring the following: Birth certificate, shot records, social security number, Florida physical and 2 forms of residence verification. Please contact your school for more information.
Registration Requirements -- New to Florida and New Incoming Kindergarteners
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 here for additional information.
A bully is someone who takes advantage of someone else. Their goal is to achieve control over the victim. Sometimes a bully even wants to control a whole group of people. A child may become a bully to cover his or her weaknesses. Bullying can also be the result of having poor role models. If a child's parents bully him or her - or each other- the child thinks such behavior is normal.
Bullying is considered a big problem and stopping bullies is extremely important in order to keep our kids safe at school, at home, and in the neighborhood. Parents, if you see any signs, talk to your child. Start with a general question: "Is anything bothering you?" Then get more specific. Stay calm and listen. Get as much information as you can. Stress that no one deserves to be bullied. Talk about how to avoid being an "easy target" for a bully. Demonstrate how body language tells a lot about a person. Posture, eye contact, and manner can say, "I'm strong and confident." You can also reinforce the social skills your child needs to make friends. Children who have friends and are confident are less likely to be bullied or to become bullies themselves. When you see your child treating others with kindness, praise him or her so that you reinforce that kind of behavior. Help your child understand how to avoid bullies or defuse situations if bullies can't be avoided. Stress that there may be times when the best thing to do is turn and walk, or run away and tell an adult.
Parent Guide to Bullying
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