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Silver Sands Middle

1300 Herbert Street
Port Orange, FL, 32129
(386) 322-6175

    Welcome to Silver Sands Middle School

    Congratulations to Silver Sands Culinary teacher Mr. Parrish for being a finalist for 1st teacher of the year!
    8th Grade Awards Night
    Wednesday May 27th 2020
    *ceremony Link here: 8th Grade Awards​

    Item Pick-up and Drop-Off

     Here is the  schedule for item pick-up and drop-off.  PLEASE adhere to your assigned time. Student MUST wear a face covering to enter campus.  We are doing this over a 3 day period by alphabet to help ensure the safety of everyone.

    Please drop your student off in the bus loop for them to go to their school locker.  Parents will then use the dirt access road to cross to the parent loop and meet the student over by the gym.  The student will make the circuit going from hall locker to art, band, chorus or dance and end in the gym where they will drop off books/packets/technology, pick-up yearbook and 8th grade t-shirt then leave through the locker-room after they get their gym clothes.  Parents must remain in their vehicle. Staff will be in each area to ensure social distancing.  The daily schedule is organized alphabetically by LAST name.  If you cannot come at your designated time, June 4 is set aside as outlined below from 3-7.

    June 1June 2June 3


    June 4



    7th Grade students stay connected with Mrs. Hemingway on Instagram!


      New Start Times for 2019-2020 School Year
      • Elementary will be 7:50 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
      • Middle will be 9:30 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.
      • High School will be 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

      High School Parent Information


    Volusia  Connect

    Silver Sands Climate Survey

          Silver Sands Middle School Sick Day Guidelines

          Click below to view:


          Acceptable Dress Code 

           Dress Code Poilcy   

          the final Dress-Code-Flyer-2019.jpg    

          1. RED, Black, White, or Gray collared shirts
            1. Solid color shirts with the small striped outline are considered acceptable
          2. Hooded sweatshirts, knitted sweaters, parkas, jean jackets, and zippered outerwear will be acceptable as "jackets"
            1. Hoods are not to be worn up at any time during the school day
            2. Students must be able to prove they have a collared shirt on when approached

          3. Shorts/pants/skirts/dresses are solid Blue, Black, or Khaki free of rips, tears, writing, or jeweled accentuations
            1. Shorts, skirts and dresses are to be worn to MID THIGH OR LOWER NOT TO THE BOTTOM OF THE FINGERTIPS.
            2. Solid color jumpers are acceptable

          Unacceptable Dress Code

          1. MAROON, GARNET, DARK RED, MIXED COLORS (grey and black or red and black for example) are not permitted

          2. Flannel shirts, flannel shirts with hoods, long sleeved t-shirts, vests or outer garments not covering the arms are NOT to be acceptable as jackets
          3. Short shorts/skirts, cut-off shorts, and PE shorts are not permitted
          4. No hats, caps, visors, hoods, bandanas, sunglasses, or other head gear may be worn on school campus both inside AND outside enclosed school buildings


          2019-2020 School Calendars​​

          2019-2020 School Calendar.pdf

          2019-2020 School Calendar Spanish.pdf

          ​​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

          Florida KidCare ​

          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.​

          Parent Guide


          Section 1010.215, Florida Statutes, requires school districts to report certain financial information in the

          form of a school financial report as part of the annual school public accountability report. The law

          specifies the contents of the report and requires comparative data at the school, district and state levels. This information can be obtained at the following locations:


          • At school
          • Central Administrative Building – Finance Department, 200 North Clara Avenue, DeLand
          • District Website: Finance​