Parent and Family Engagement Plan
Please review the School Improvement Plan that is attached here. You can drop off your suggestions or comments at the front office or you can email email@example.com.
Thank you to all our Volunteers.
Anyone wishing to volunteer at Edith I. Starke Elementary School must complete an online volunteer application. Please note: If you are planning on going on a field trip with your child - an application must be on file.
To submit a volunteer application, click on one of the links below:
Volunteer Application - Spanish
Complete the application and submit all information requested. All personal data submitted is confidential. Your application will stay on a "hold" queue until you have your driver's license scanned into the Raptor System at Edith I. Starke Elementary. You will be informed by email, if provided, when your application has been cleared.
If you have any problems completing the application, please call the VIPS department at (386) 734-7190, extensions 38379, 38380 or 38381.
After the application has been cleared, we welcome you to come and volunteer your time. When you arrive on campus, please go to the front office to sign in on the computer. You will be given an ID badge. Please wear this badge in a visible place while on campus. Be sure to stop by the office to sign out and turn in your badge when you are leaving the campus.
We appreciate our parents and strive to provide valuable tools and information to help you get what you need to know. Whether it's how to find a school, how to get involved, how to check your child's grades or learning about our schools' policies and procedures, we are here to help you and your child succeed.
During and after 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. Follow this link for critical steps parents can take.
Volusia County Schools would like to assist you with accessing the instructional materials available to your child. These digital resources can be of great help to students in achieving academically, and can easily be accessed by logging on to VPortal. We've also prepared step-by-step instructions to help make accessing these materials even easier.
Be a BOSS
Zika - What Can Be Done
Mosquito Bite Prevention for Travelers
Starke Elementary offers a FREE afterschool program through a fully funded grant. Registration for Starke's Night Alive afterschool program is open. First come, first serve. Forms are available at the front office or click on the link below.
SNA Student Registration Application
K - 5 Supply List.pdf
Starke Elementary Dress Code Flyer
Starke Elementary Dress Code Flyer Spanish
This slogan began 2 years ago when Mr. Copeland came to the school as the new principal.Read more...
In order to minimize classroom disruptions, we ask that you call the front office no later than 1 hour prior to dismissal if you need to relay a message to your child about how they are to get home on a particular day. Please try to work out the arrangements with your child prior to the start of the school day.
On March 29, 2016, the School Board of Volusia County adopted a student appearance, dress and uniform code for all elementary, middle and high school students for the 2016-2017 school year. Read more...
Community Flyers Available Online
Ever misplace a flyer announcing a great activity for your child and wish you could find the information again? Now you can! Flyers are now posted on the district’s website at http://myvolusiaschools.org/Community-Information-Services/Pages/Flyers.aspx . New flyers will be posted on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month. Be sure to check back frequently for events and activities occurring throughout Volusia County.
Don’ t have computer access at home? A computer is available for your use in the Family Center and at every Volusia County Public Library.
2016-2017 NCLB English.pdf
2016-2017 NCLB Spanish.pdf
For information regarding the Free and Reduced Meal Application, meals and lunches, prices and wellness news and policies, please visit our School Way Cafe.
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 here for additional information.
Make sure to always check your child for head lice during routine grooming. As with any contagious condition, prevention is key. There is no outbreak of lice at this time but we encourage you to be proactive. Keep your child's hair pulled back if it's long; discourage sharing of brushes, combs, and head gear.
The signs of head lice are scratching at the back of the neck and behind the ears. It appears like a dandruff flake but glued near the base of the hair shaft. There are many over the counter treatments. Check with your child's doctor for what they recommend or you may pick up the flyer from your school, "Guide for Head Lice Treatment".
If your child has head lice, please notify the school nurse. If your child is found to have live bugs during school hours, you will be asked to come pick your child up for early dismissal. Please have updated phone numbers on the emergency card at school. Should you have any questions, please contact the clinic, or go to the School Health page on the school website for more information.
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)
Florida Kid Care
Florida Kid Care (Spanish)
Free and Reduced Lunch
Starke Elementary Wellness Plan
The School Advisory Committee is composed of parents, school faculty, and staff, and community members who meet on a regular basis to help establish goals for the school. Parents/Guardians are urged to become active members. Contact the school principal for additional information.
Goal 1: To increase academic achievement in reading, writing, math and scienceGoal 2: To improve student attendance, health, fitness, and indoor air quality