Creekside Middle School Bell Schedule 2022-2023.pdf
You can view our school financial report at the following locations:
7th Grade Immunization Information
Parents, all students who will be in 7th grade are required to have their Tdap immunization before they can start school.
Health Department Form DH 680.pdf
Click below for more information.
Dual Enrollment Flyer.pdf
Thank you to Ms. Chester for leading our school to achieve recognition for another year as the United Way of Volusia Fundraising Campions - Top Middle School! Thank you to all faculty, staff, students, and families for donating! #CreeksideVCSRocks
With our coin drive this year, We collected a grand
total of $668.40! 7th grade collected the most, with a total
of $292.97. As a Thank You to 7th grade, they watched our Dean of Student Relations Mr. McClary and our Principal Intern Mr. Strother take the Ice Bucket Challenge. Enjoy the video by clicking below.
Ice Bucket Challenge
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 with local support in applying.
Student Directions To Access Midterm Online in FOCUS.pdf
Click Here To View The VCS Cell Phone Policy.
Flyer for Transportation.pdf
Complete Your Form At bit.ly/creeksidebus
Student ID Information
We are excited to have eCare available at Creekside!
VCS eCare Flyer - FINAL.pdf
For more information about the partnership between Volusia County Schools and AdventHealth, click the link below:
The purpose of this policy is to ensure compliance with federal reporting requirements for the USDA Child Nutrition Program, and to provide oversight and accountability for the collection of outstanding student meal balances.School Meal Charge Procedures.pdf
The Online School Payments portal is provided to parents to facilitate payment for school fees for a variety of products and services. View
During and following an emergency situation, school and district officials must act quickly and follow established emergency protocols 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