Parents as we come together to take this new education journey, Volusia County brings Home Instruction to our students. We ask you be patient and open to this new transition in education. While nothing can replace the learning experience in the classroom, our school and curriculum has provided opportunities to transition to an online learning platform through Edgenuity Learning. Resources and guides, including those for special education and English language learners, have been developed per content area in order to continue learning at home. See more information from our new tab "Home Instruction".
The purpose of the Parent Guide is to provide you with information about the educational process and to share ways you may be meaningfully involved in your child's education. Parents are essential contributors and a major influence in their child's education and success.
School Board of Volusia County adopted a student appearance, dress and uniform code for all elementary, middle and high school students. Deltona Middle's acceptable polo shirt colors are Blue and Orange. Please find the School Board Policy 217 which gives detailed instruction on what is allowed and forbidden.
DMS has taken the guess work out of which shirt is acceptable for boys and girls to wear. You can now order your school uniform shirts by filling out the order form below, or by visiting our Charger Store online.
Dress Code Policy 217.PDF
Dress Code Flyer (Quick Reference)
Polo Uniform Order Form
Deltona Middle School has implemented a new security system to help protect our students. The Visitor Management System helps track guests, students, faculty, contractors and volunteers at our school, thus providing a safer and more monitored environment for the students. When visitors, volunteers, contractors or parents check-in, they will be asked to present a valid state issued ID for entering into the system. We ask for your cooperation in presenting your valid state issued ID when checking in at the school.
VCS 106 Missing Student Procedure.
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.
In the event of an emergency that requires Deltona Middle to be evacuated, Deltona High School serves as the primary evacuation site. The district will provide transportation to Deltona High School as soon as drivers can be dispatched. Parents/Guardians will be notified to report to Deltona High School as the information/meeting area and to pick-up their student(s).
Deltona High School is located at: 100 Wolf Pack Run, Deltona 32725, (386) 575-4153.
School Emergency Guide for Parents
Sometimes students are afraid to speak out because they think they will be considered a snitch or be alienated or physically hurt. This is why Say Something teaches children the difference between telling on someone and saying something to get help.
Caring for each other is a value we promote in school and beyond, both in face-to-face interactions and online.
We are sending this brief guild to parents because we hope the conversation will continue at home and through the community.
SHP Say Something Brochure
Volusia County Schools is trasitioning to a new Student Information System (SIS) known as Focus Student Software. The former Parent Portal and Gradebook are currently unavailable due to this transition. Infrormation about how to register for the new Focus Parent Portal account was distributed to your child the week of September 9th. If you did not receive the letter from your student with the Parent Portal Pin, please contact the school.
Once you have established your login / pin, you can access the new system by following the link below.
FOCUS Parent Portal
The FL PIRC of FND is a U.S. Department of Education grant-funded PIRC. The FL PIRC of FND provides free training, resources, and assistance to parents, schools, and communities to help promote effective parental involvement and family engagement practices.
Notifications FL PIRC of FND
Parents, we realize that sometimes you need to check your stuent out early for doctor appointments, dentist visits, etc. Due to the end of the day procedures and to ensure your student receives all classroom assignments before leaving for the day, we are unable to check a student out after 4pm (3pm for early release Wednesdays). Please do not attempt to check your stuent out after 4pm. If you need to pick your student up at dismissal, we can get a note to your student to report to Parent Pick-up at the bell. Thank you for your cooperation with this important procedure.
In an effort to assist parents, the School Board has developed a program for students to be dropped off early, called Before the Bell. For additional information please contact Melissa Baker, Before the Bell Lead
Pursuant to Federal requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLBA), the School Districe of Volusia County is committed to providing information to you regarding your child's teacher and paraprofessional (if applicable) qualifications. Parents have a Right to Know and request this information from their school.
Parents Right to Know.pdf
Parents Right to Know (Spanish).pdf
At the beginning of school, we go over standard school procedures with students. Please see the valuable information for your reference.
School Procedures 2019-2020
WheresTheBus is a resourceful application intended to provide families with tiemly information about the location of each students' bus, including when it is expected to arrive at the designated stop. The app displays the real-time minutes and miles of where the bus is located in proximity to the household's bus stop assignment. Based upon precise GPS location, the app updates every 15 seconds. Any member of the bus-riding household can access this ifnormation from any internet connected device using the account information created by the Parent and/or Guardian.
Set up your account here: https://www.wheresthebus.com/
Helpful Instructions on how to set up your account.
Seventh Grade Requirement: In addition to compliance with all other required immunizations, children entering, attending, or transferring to the seventh or eighth grade in Florida schools must complete the following:
One dose of tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis (Tdap) vaccine.
Immunizations are available from your family physician and Volusia County Health Department. For more information please contact the Volusia County Health Department at 386-274-0500.
Deltona Middle School loves volunteers. Volunteers work in every aspect of school operations. They assist in the classroom, school office, health room and special areas; provide one-on-one tutoring and mentoring to at-risk students; and work with PTSA, School Advisory Councils, Extended Day, academic enhancement programs, and extracurricular organizations. Would you like to volunteer at Deltona Middle School? All volunteers must clear background screenings. To complete an application, please follow the below link. Applications are available in English and Spanish.
Student Cell phone and Electronic Devices Use Policy
Academic Intervention and Tutoring
Code of Student Conduct & Discipline
Dress Code Policy
PTSA Membership Form
School Supply List
Virtual Instruction Policy
Volunteer at Deltona Middle
Free and Reduced Lunch
Students Without Lunch Money Policy
Does your child need health insurance? Florida KidCare children’s health insurance is accepting applications year round. To learn more go to Volusia County Schools website or use the link below.
Kid Care Insurance Website