HS registration parent night PP 2018-2019 for parents.ppt
19-20 Academy Application.pdf
School Entry Requirements
New Student Registration Requirements.pdf
In-District Registration Requirement.pdf
20-21 New Studetn Entry_Eng_Fill_Highlighted.pdf
20-21 New Student Entry_Span_Fill_Highlighted.pdf
20-21 In District Transfer_Eng_Fill_Highlighted.pdf
Emergency Card .pdf
School Choice Application
School Choice Application Online Form Flyer SY 2020 to 2021 .pdf
School Choice Application Parent Portal.pdf
See the above link for the registration requirement checklist. Incoming 6th and 7th graders have new immunization requirements.
6th Grade Immunization requirements: 2 Varicella vaccines
7th Grade Immunization requirements: 2 Varicella vaccines,
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No Cost Back to School Shots
Back to school shots English.pdf
Back to school shots spainsh (1).pdf
Volusia County Schools’ Variance applications are now being accepted for 2020/2021 school year. Early application is encouraged. (but does not guarantee approval).
Check the VCS website for variance guidelines. For more information contact: Student Assignment Office 386-734-7190 (extension 50709)
Volusia Online Learning
Policy for Students without money for meals at Silver Sands Middle School
Click here for more information:
Policy for Students without money for meals at Silver Sands Middle School Rev June 2017.pdf
Silver Sands Meal Charge Policy
Meal_Charge_Policy Alternate Meal.dotx
Click here to view:
VCS Right to Know English 2017.pdf
VCS Right to Know Spanish 2017.pdf
Code of Conduct
This link will direct parents to the ParentPortal. Parents should use their assigned user id and password.
The district has launched a new application provided by TripSpark called "Whereas The Bus". The purpose of this program is to provide parent/guardians with current GPS tracking of the bus their student is assigned too. Families will know precisely when the bus will arrive at the assigned bus stop from the convenience of their phone, tablet, laptop, home, etc.
To utilize this program, parents/guardians must complete the process below. Information is also posted on our transportation web page and attached.
Florida KidCare is our state's free or low cost health insurance program for children under 19 years of age. Click the link below to find out more.
All visitors must report directly to the main office. In order to better protect our students, visitors and staff, all visitors are required to show a valid government issued ID.
Visitors dropping items off including lunches are not exempt!!
We feel certain this will help us keep our campus safer, and ask for your cooperation in presenting your valid state issued ID when checking in at the school. Thank you in advance for your help in this matter.
Emergency Evacuation Information
NOTE: process for releasing student directory information has changed
Parents are no longer required to sign a form giving permission; instead they must opt-out if they do not wish their child’s information to be released. A form is still required for news media to interview or photograph children.
Nuevo procedimiento para divulgar la información de directorio de su alumno
In partnership with Novachi, the department is launching the DOE Parent Portal, Just for Parents. This public forum is designed for parents to ask questions and voice ideas at the state level. The portal features a parent blog, discussion board, and announcements page with more education resources coming soon. Parents may logon for access to this free user-friendly site.
Operating hours are from 8 AM to 4 PM daily.
All medications require written physicians' and parents' signature. Non-prescription medications must be dispensed from the Clinic also. Forms are available in the Clinic or from any House secretary.
Student Emergency Care Plan.pdf
DIASTAT EMERGENCY CARE PLAN.pdf
Authorization to Administer Medication.pdf
Authorization for Student Administered Medication.pdf
AUTHORIZATION FOR STUDENT TO SELF CARRY and ADMINISTER EPINEPHRINE AUTO-INJECTOR.pdf
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. Students who are transported to and from school are expected to abide by the “Code of Student Conduct,” School Board Policy 208, the rules of the Transportation Department, and all school rules.
Emergency Bus Board Passes—If there is an emergency in your family and you wish your child to use a different bus stop then he/she is assigned—please do the following:
Send your child to the 7th grade house with a note explaining the emergency and the dates you need the pass.
The child will be given a boarding pass to complete. The child is responsible for the knowing the route number and the bus stop he/she needs.
The child returns the completed boarding pass to the 7th grade house to get it signed.
Remember that the district is only obligated to provide bus service to and from your home address.
Code of Student Conduct & Discipline
Dress Code Policy
School Emergency Guide for Parents
Virtual Instruction Policy
Community Activities Website
Free and Reduced Lunch