Spirit t-shirts can be worn on Friday.
Click below to print the order form for Spirit T-shirts
You can also order and pay on line by clicking the second link .
On our home page, scroll down to the calendar section and click on "Show Calendar" to see all of our activity dates and times.
Ormond Beach Middle School was a B school.
Each person writing a check to a school or the School System should write the check on a commercially printed check with your name, address and phone number. Counter or starter checks will not be accepted. When a person writes a check to a School or the School System, the person writing the check agrees that if the check is returned, it may be represented electronically on the same account and the fee, that has been established by law., may be debited from the same account. If the check and fee are not collected electronically, CHECKredi will contact you by mail and by telephone in order for you to make arrangements to pay. Payments may be made to CHECKredi by mailing to 4925 Sparkman Drive or to P.O. Box 3829, Huntsville, AL 35810. Payments of the check and fee may be made electronically at www.checkredi.com, by using a credit card, debit card or electronic check without additional fee. For a convenience fee, payments may be made over the phone by credit or debit card or electronic check by calling toll free 1-877-524-7334.
Your student 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.
Due to student accountability and the safety for all students, alternate stop changes are not permitted-unless it is a stop change on the same route. Arrangements to alternate addresses are the parent/guardians responsibility. Students are required to ride their assigned bus to and from the student's registered address.
Bus transportation is provided for students, however, riding the bus is a privilege that may be revoked at any time for disruptive or unsatisfactory conduct. Since safety is our primary concern, all students who are transported by bus are under the authority of the bus driver and the school.
Cell phones must not be visible, turned on or used during school hours: 8:56 a.m. until 3:41 p.m. – bell to bell.
Cell phones that ring, vibrate or are visible during school hours will be confiscated. Parents/guardians may retrieve their child's confiscated cell phone at the appropriate administrative office.
Text messaging is not allowed during school hours.
Cell phones and other electronic devices are the responsibility of the student. Electronic devices lost, stolen or damaged are not the responsibility of the school. Students should place "turned off" phones and other electronics inside of their backpacks for safe keeping.
Click here for more information: Medication on Field Trip
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.
The textbooks, which are loaned to students, are very expensive and are expected to last for many years. It is the responsibility of each student to take good care of them. Parents/Guardians will be responsible for any lost or damaged books.
Textbooks are also available online! Students need to check with their teacher for access information.
Aggressive behavior that is repeated, that is intentionally harmful and occurs with no provocation. This includes teasing, calling names, hitting, kicking, stealing, threatening as well as spreading rumors and influencing others to do these things. This includes cyber-bullying where technology and cyberspace are used for any of the above behaviors and acts (during school hours)
Florida KidCare is our state's free or low cost health insurance program for children under 19 years old. Click here: Florida KidCare
Click here for PTSA Membership Form
Safety and Security Newsletter
Click here: Safety and Security Newsletter
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
The Florida Department of Education requires VCS must inform parents of their right to request information about the professional qualifications of both teachers and paraprofessionals. Right to Know Right to Know (Spanish
Code of Student Conduct & Discipline
Dress Code Policy
H1N1 School Action Plan
Parent Guide (Spanish)
School Emergency Guide for Parents
Virtual Instruction Policy
Virtual Instruction Policy (Spanish)
Free and Reduced Lunch
VCS School Meal Charge Procedure.pdf
Parent letter safety and security letter.pdf