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Our faculty, staff, and students have practiced throughout the year regarding what to do in the event of an emergency such as a fire, bomb threat, active intruder, hazardous weather, and hazardous material spills on or near campus.
If it were necessary to evacuate our campus due to such a crisis, all students, faculty, and staff would relocate to Pathways or Tomoka Elementary schools.
Media Relations: In the event of said emergency, the media/parent staging area will be located in The Calvary Christian Center parking lot.
J. Whittley, Assistant Principal
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Will You Be There?
Raising a child is the most challenging responsibility for any parent, grandparent or guardian. As the child grows, you want to maintain and/or improve your relationship, but your schedule, job, phone calls and household chores can provide unwanted distractions.
This year, Volusia County Schools has an easy way for you to Be There for your child on a daily basis. When you’re going through the ordinary routines of driving to school, preparing a meal, doing the laundry, shopping for groceries, just take a single moment and make eye contact, smile, give a hug or ask a question. Connecting with your child doesn’t have to take time or cost you money. A touching Be There moment can happen in a split second, in any place. The results will be extraordinary. You can be your child’s favorite teacher by creating a teachable moment during these everyday situations.
“Parent involvement is a key factor in student success,” says Margaret Smith, Superintendent of Schools. “What’s most interesting about the research on this topic is that it’s the parent’s role outside of school, their involvement at home, that has the greatest impact on student achievement.”
It is our children, the students, who have the most to gain when we, as parents, mentors, grandparents or simply an adult who cares about our future, takes the time to show it. When one adult takes a moment to Be There, it matters.
Please take a moment to visit the Be There web site to learn more about how you can help. www.bethere.org
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