If you do not wish for your student to be photographed/videotaped in any way please fill out the form and return to the school. Click here for additional information.
Sometimes we receive requests form outside media sources for pictures/videos of students. Examples may be but not limited to news stories and big projects in the district. If you are interested please fill out this form and return to the school. Click here for more information.
Looking for an activity for your child to participate in? Flyers announcing events and programs sponsored by community organizations can be viewed by clicking here.
Parents: in the event of an emergency on campus in which we need to evacuate the school grounds, we will have our students bussed to University High School where you will be able to reunite with them. In such an event, we will make an announcement via our text and call system alerting you to the evacuation and the procedures for picking up your child at the evacuation site (UHS on Rhode Island in Orange City).
The school board recognizes that use of the district's facilities by outside organizations can benefit the general public of Volusia County.
1. Call Paula Phelan, 386-575-4230, extension 42004, to see if the area you are interested in is free on the school's master calendar.2. Print and complete both applications below. Attach a copy of your insurance and mail to Terri Vinton, Bookkeeper, 88 West Highbanks Road, DeBary, Florida 32713. If you have questions concerning the insurance, please call Terri Vinton at 386-575-4230, extension 42020.
1. Call Paula Phelan, 386-575-4230, extension 42004, to see if the area you are interested in is free on the school's master calendar.
2. Print and complete both applications below. Attach a copy of your insurance and mail to Terri Vinton, Bookkeeper, 88 West Highbanks Road, DeBary, Florida 32713. If you have questions concerning the insurance, please call Terri Vinton at 386-575-4230, extension 42020.
Facility Usage Agreement
Facility Usage Hold Harmless Agreement
A list of facility fees and the school board policy on using the district's facilities are below for your information.
Facility Usage Fee Schedule
School Board Policy 703 - Facility Usage
All articles found at the school should be turned in immediately to the office. Lost items will be kept for a short length of time. Students should check lost and found as soon as they realize something is missing. The lost and found items are on the outside stage. Unclaimed items willb e donated to local charity organizations. We strongly recommend that personal items, including jackets, lunch boxes, etc. are clearly marked with your child's name.
The Online School Payments portal is provided to parents to facilitate payment for school fees for a variety of products and services. View
In the event of an emergency, parents and guardians require information regarding the safety of their children. Specific staff are identified and assigned to meet with any parents that respond to the school in a safety/security emergency. Information provided to the parents/guardians will be generated by the media contact in cooperation with the District Public Information Officer.
In the event of an emergency on campus in which we need to evacuate the school
grounds, we will have our students bussed to University High School where parents/guardians will
be able to reunite with them. In such an event, we will make an announcement
via our text and call system alerting you to the evacuation and the procedures
for picking up your child at the evacuation site (UHS on Rhode Island in Orange
2017-2018 School Supply List
2017-2018 DeBary Elementary Dress Code Flyer
Visiting parents or other individuals on the school grounds for school-related business are welcome. In reference to (Volusia County Standard) VCS501, all visitors to the school campus must sign in on the computer at the front office. After you have signed in, you will be required to show your driver's license or photo ID. You will then be given an ID badge. The badge must be worn in a visible place (shoulder/chest area). When you have concluded your visit, you must return to the front office to sign out and turn in your badge.
When a student is withdrawing from school, parents should notify the office in advance. A withdrawal form will be completed by the teacher, media specialist and cafeteria. If a student is transferring to another Volusia County School, this withdrawal form is needed for enrollment.
Code of Student Conduct & Discipline
Dress Code Policy
Academic Intervention and Tutoring
School Emergency Guide for Parents
Virtual Instruction Policy
My School Bucks (myschoolbucks.com)
Free and Reduced Lunch
Your child is eligible to ride the school bus provided you live two miles or more from the school. Students who are not eligible to ride a school bus may not ride a bus under any circumstances. Students must ride only their assigned buses to and from school and board and exit the bus at the assigned stop. In the best interest of safety, your child must obey all safety rules and regulations as stated in the Volusia County Schools' Student Code of Conduct.
If a change in address, telephone number or emergency number occurs please notify the office immediately. The office must always have an emergency contact number in case of an emergency.
Once the school year has begun, classroom changes are strongly discouraged. If a serious situation arises, the principal, along with the Student Study Team, will review requests.
An emergency card will be sent home with each student at the beginning of each school year. Please complete and update the card with current information and return it to the school immediately. Please notify the office of any changes.
Homework is an integral part of the learning process and should be done primarily for practice that reinforces lessons presented in school. Homework provides and encourages parental involvement in your child's education.
Parent-teacher conferences are encouraged. The teacher will be happy to reserve a time for the conference, simply email or send a note to the teacher.
Please don't ask your child's teacher to pass out party invitations to individual students. It is very difficult and confusing to children when they are not invited.
Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK) is a free, state-funded program available to children who are four-years-old on or before September 1. For more information, click here.