Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content

Skip Navigation LinksAcademics

88 W. Highbanks Rd.
DeBary, FL 32713
(386) 575-4230
(386) 968-0021 fax

    ​ Curriculum Maps & Directions

    Curricul​um Guide


    The curriculum taught at DeBary Elementary follows the Florida Common Core and next generation Sunshine State Standards.  Each grade level has benchmarks which are taught in all subject areas.  Textbooks and other resources are used for teaching these standards in the classroom.  A handbook with these standards are given to parents/guardians when students are registered.  If you have any curriculum questions, please call the school at 386-575-4230.
    Many of the student books are available online.  Below are the links to some of the textbooks.  Ask your child's teacher for login and password information!  There are also many learning activities and games available through these sites to help reinforce skills taught at school.
    Math Textbook:
    Science Textbook:

    Interim Reports/Report Cards/Honor Roll

    Interim reports will be sent to parents/guardians of all students at the mid-point of each nine week grading period.  The teacher or parent may request a conference to discuss ways to help the student meet academic success. 


    Report cards will be sent home to the parents/guardians approximately every nine weeks.  Grade sheets are kept by the parent while only the comment card and envelope must be signed and returned. 


     According to School Board Policy #307, Student Progression Plan, students will be identified for Honor Roll in grades 4 and 5 only using the following criteria:  1) must maintain an average of 3.0 or above quality points; 2) one letter grade of C is permissible; 3) letter grades of D, F, or I are not permissible; 4) must maintain subject area effort grades of satisfactory (1); 5) one subject area effort grade of needs improvement (2) is permissible; and 6) all personal development ratings of satisfactory (1).






    Mission Statement

    Our school community will provide a solid foundation for academic and social growth, promoting life-long learners and positive contributors to society.