2017-18 Supply List
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This is your link to the Parent Portal. Please use your assigned user id and password. Parents needing Parent Portal Authorization Codes will need to contact: Shelley Clowers at (386) 322-6200 ext. 34200.
Parents can get information about the Common Core Standards at the following site: PTA.org
The child's birth certificate or other legal evidence of date of birth
Kindergarten students must be five years old on or before September 1 of the current year.
First grade students must be six years old on or before September 1 of the current year.
An immunization record signed by a physician
DTP: 5 doses required
POLIO (T PV): 4 doses required
MEASLES, MUMPS AND RUBELLA (MMR): first dose required
Second Measles required or second MMR
Completion of the Hepatitis B vaccine series (three doses) for entry to kindergarten or attendance in first grade
A health statement signed by a physician stating that the child is free from communicable diseases. The physical examination should occur within one year prior to enrollment in school and must be a Florida physical or a physical approved by a Florida doctor.
Social Security card
Proof of residence such as rental agreement, deed, contract for purchase of a home or a recent utility bill
In addition, students transferring to public first grade from a private kindergarten program must submit the Volusia County Student Transfer Form.
ALL ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS MUST BE MET PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT.
Birth certificate or other legal evidence of birth;
Proof of residence such as rental agreement, deed, or utility bill with your name on it;
Transfer papers from last school attended;
Social Security card.
A Florida health statement signed by a physician stating that the child is free from communicable diseases;
Any school documents showing grade the student is in or has completed;
Name and address of last school attended;
Social Security card.
Proof of residence such as rental agreement, deed, contract for purchase of a home or a recent utility bill;
Transfer papers .
Only parents/guardians can direct the supervision of their child. Emergency contacts are just that. They are to be contacted when an emergency arises and all attempts to contact the legal guardian(s) have been exhausted and have failed. Emergency contacts can also be utilized upon the written notification or direction from the legal guardian. Minors (under 18) may not act as emergency contacts.
No one other than the legal guardian may remove a student from school without written permission from the legal guardian. This person must be 18 years of age or more, must have identification, and must be on the emergency card.
Phone requests from legal guardians cannot be honored as it raises concern of the legitimacy of the call and/or caller. The written notification regarding any changes for pick up should be delivered to the office or teacher only by the guardian or student.
The emergency card can be updated whenever a legal guardian deems it necessary. However, this must be done by the legal guardian in writing.
Students will not be called out of class for an early dismissal until the parent/guardian has arrived on campus. It may take up to 30 minutes to process a checkout, so please plan accordingly.
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
Scholastic Parents Site
Volunteers in Public Schools
Spruce Creek PTA