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Deland Middle

DELAND MIDDLE
1400 S Aquarius Ave
Deland, FL 32724
(386) 822-5678
    • WELCOME TO DELAND MIDDLE SCHOOL

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    Click here for the latest information on testing.  ​

    ​​PERT Testing Information

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    Click here for the registration form or scan the QR code below.​

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    DeLand Middle School SAC Meeting

    Monday, April 19 @ 5:15 p.m.

    Meeting Link available that day

    SAC Interest
    The School Advisory Council (SAC) is looking for members. This council, which meets monthly, assists in making recommendations on how our school operates. SAC membership is comprised of elected parents, staff, and business community officials. If are you interested in what goes on at school and are willing to commit to attending eight meetings during the school year for approximately 1 hour, then you are just the person we are looking for to serve on DeLand Middle’s School Advisory Council. Please visit our school website to learn more about how to become a member of SAC and complete the interest form by April 16th. We will hold our election Monday, April 19th- 21st.
    Parents can vote in person at our SAC meeting on Monday, April 19th at 5:15 or stop by the office April 19th -21st during school hours to vote.

    SAC Interest Form Link


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    ​​​​Prodigy - Family Webinar

    We are excited to announce that our school has purchased Prodigy math for our students. The goal is to provide an engaging instructional tool to help your child in math. The program begins with assessing your child's math level and then provides adaptive lessons and activities to help them continue to grow. Listen to the Prodigy Family Webinar Recording below. ​​

    Prodigy Family Webinar​​ Recording

    Prodigy_for_Parents_and_Guardians_.pdf 


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    ​1 TO 1 Student Technology Initiative

    Volusia County School District’s vision is to ensure that all students receive a superior 21st century education. The district’s first major step in that process is to provide all students with a personal electronic device. Technology within education should have one basic goal: to enhance and positively support the learning environment. Increasing access to technology is essential for our students' future. Please read the district’s Technical Guide for more information about the 1 to 1 technology program.

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    Students will be able to check out a device if       their parent/guardian has completed the  

    Device Check-Out and Acknowledgement Form​. 

    Forms should be returned to the media center.

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    VCS 1 TO 1 Technology Handbook

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    Battery Saving Tips

    DeLand Middle School Improvement Plan.pdf


    Accessing Students' Schedules 

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    ​​Florida Kidcare Health Insurance​​​​

    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​


    ​Volusia Live Parent Proctor Form​

    Click below to download the Parent Proctor form if your child is participating in Volusia Live.

    2021 SY Parent Proctor Consent.pdf

    Please return all forms to Angela Arico Jones at amaricoj@volusia.k12.fl.us. Signed forms can also be dropped off to the main office.​

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    How to Access Teams!

    Go to vcsedu.org

    Choose vportal near the top.

    Log in and choose Office 365 and choose Teams.

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    Presentation for Volusia Live Students

    Parent Reopening Presentation - Volusia Live.pdf

    Volusia Live Parent Guide.pdf

    Presentation for Brick and Mortar Students

    Parent Reopening Presentation - Brick and Mortar

    How to Access Courses

    DeLand Middle Digital Tools Access Updated August 20.pub

    Click the link above for the most up-to-date information!

    Cell Phone Policy 2020 - 2021

    • Students may not have their cell phones visible or in use once they arrive on campus until dismissal.  No use of cell phones in the classrooms, hallways, restrooms or at lunch.
    • Students who need to call home can do so from their grade level office phone.  Parents may call in and ask for the grade level office if they need to leave a message for their child or if they need to speak to their child.
    • Students must ensure that the telephone capabilities of their devices are turned off during the instructional day (i.e. ringer off, silent mode, cameras, videos etc.)
    • Students shall avoid classroom disruptions by not displaying, using, or activating the data access portion of their wireless device during the instructional day unless instructed to do so by the teacher and/or authorized school personnel under the Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) initiative.  This includes during class, in the Media Center, P.E. and any other instructional/structured activities (unless authorized by the teacher).

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    AdventHealth eCare is Now Available

    We are excited to announce our partnership with AdventHealth eCare at our school. eCare allows sick students to have a face to face visit with a doctor using an iPad in the nurse's office! Please call the school if you have any questions.

    Attendance Counts

    ​​Parent Guides

    Follow us 

    Twitter @DeLandMiddle

    ​Instagram @delandmiddleterriers 

    Facebook:  deland.terriers

    Online School Payments - Online School Store

    The Online School Payments portal is provided to parents to facilitate payment for school fees for a variety of products and services. ​Vie​​w​​​​​​​

    Emergency Situation Guide​​

    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 Emergenc​y Guide for Parents​​