Spirit Supply List 16 17 Grades K-2 and ESE
Spirit Supply List 16 17 Grades 3-5
English Spanish Spirit Polo Order Form
First Bell - 7:51am Late Bell -7:56am
Dismissal Times- 2:00pm Kindergarten, 2:05pm Grades 1-5
Early Release Wednesdays dismissal times are at 1:00pm and 1:05pm.
Parents walking onto campus to pick up at dismissal are asked to stay at the Parent Pick Up Loop area.
Students are not permitted on campus prior to 7:30am as there is no supervision until that time.
The individual checking the student out MUST have photo identification with them and be listed on the emergency card with pick-up authority. Early check out does count against their perfect attendance record.
Link to the Just for Parents Webpage from FLDOE
Notifications of FL PIRC of FND
Does Your Child Attend a Title I School?
Meeting Your Childs Teacher
Title I Schools
Link to District Assessments and Accountability
Students must turn 5 years of age on or before 9/1/2016 to be eligible for kindergarten for the 2016-2017 school year. The following items will be needed to register your child for school.
• Original birth certificate (we will make a copy)• Florida physical form (must be within one year)• Florida immunization form (must be up to date with required shots)• Two forms of proof of residency (power bill within last 30 days, rental/lease agreement with rental receipt, deed with tax receipt showing homestead exemption, driver's license or Florida ID with current address)• A residency affidavit (notarized) will be needed if you are living in another person's household.
Please bring your child's social security card for verification.
Please call the front office at (386) 575-4080 to obtain your child'sstudent authorization code to access the Parent Portal.
Spirit Elementary School is committed to ensuring that each student has the opportunity to acquire the skills necessary to become a responsible, productive citizen able to cope with changing social and economic conditions. The staff of Spirit Elementary School strives to meet the individual needs of each student, taking into consideration their unique attributes and capabilities. High academic achievement by students is one of the utmost concerns to the school’s primary stakeholders, which includes parents, teachers, and administrators. Therefore, parental involvement is a key component to the success of our school.
You may have seen the commercial on TV about
www.Safelinkwireless.com. You may also be eligible if your Total Household Income is at or below 150% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. The program is sponsored by TRAC PHON and if qualified families will receive a free phone and minutes for a year or more. Households must reapply each year for the program. Families will receive 60 minutes a month or more, and the phone needs to be ON for the first three days of the month to automatically receive the minutes each additional month. If needed, additional minutes may be purchased through a TRAC PHON provider. Households that don’t have internet access can call to apply at 1-800-977-3768. The phone will arrive in about three business days.
The United Healthcare Children’s Foundation (UHCCF) is accepting grant applications for families who have children with critical healthcare treatment, services, for equipment not covered or not fully covered by their parents’ health benefit plans.
The foundation provides grants to families to help pay for child healthcare services such as speech therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy sessions, prescriptions, and medical equipment such as wheel chairs, orthotics, and eyeglasses.Parents and legal guardians may apply for grants of up to $5,000 each for child medical services and equipment by completing an online application at the UHCCF Web site: http://www.uhccf.org/apply/
Individuals must have an active and approved volunteer application with Spirit Elementary to volunteer at school events or chaperone field trips. See the
Volunteer page for more information.
Anyone entering campus must sign in with the Front Office each time you wish to visit, volunteer or chaperone. This is a security measure.
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Code of Student Conduct & Discipline
District Wellness Plan
Dress Code Policy
H1N1 School Action Plan
School Emergency Guide for Parents
School Financial Report 2014 15
Virtual Instruction Policy
Virtual Instruction Policy (Spanish)
Free and Reduced Lunch
Common Core Standards
Parent Right to Know letter (English)
Parent Right to Know letter (Spanish)
Parent Involvement Plan (PIP) 2016 17
PIP Short Form 2016 17
School Improvement Plan 2016 17
Spirit Compact 2016-17
Spirit Compact 2016-17 (Spanish)
Supply List 2016 17 Grades K-2, ESE
Supply List 2016 17 Grades 3-5