Practice your reading and then go to the races! The program is simple and fun. All you have to do is read after school or on the weekends. Students have been given a bookmark and an instruction sheet (only ONE bookmark per student). Each time you read for the required amount of time, have your parent check off one of the racing tires. After you have completed 20 racing tires to the finish line, ask your parent to sign the bookmark, then give the bookmark to your teacher. Your teacher will turn this into the office. They will order a certificate from the Speedway that will entitle you to one of the following:
One free general admission ticket to DAYTONA 500 Qualifying and The Clash At Daytona with UNOH Fanzone access on February 9.
One free general admission ticket to the NextEra Energy 250, on February 14.
One free kids (ages 6-12) general admission ticket to the 50th Daytona Supercross on March 7.
The program ends Friday, January 24th.
Now you can track your child's bus, arrival status, bus location and distance from your bus stop with the Wheres The Bus Parent App. To sign up for this service - refer to the instructions provided on VCS>Student Transportation page.
VCS School Meal Charge Procedure
Política de cargos de comida en Español
2019-20 Free Reduced Flyer
Each school district in Florida is required by state statue to provide students with the opportunity to enroll in a Virtual Instruction Program (VIP). See here for more information: VIP enrollment letter 2019-2020.
Kindergarten Student Expectations for Parents 2019-2020
Say Something Parent Brochure
Kindergarten Registration Guidelines
In order for your child to be assigned to a class, he/she must have a complete registration. A complete registration includes the following:
The following may be used for birth verification:
Any questions about registration, please contact our registrar at 386-258-4676 ext. 51021. Tomoka Elementary Fax # 386-506-5082
Parent Guide 2019-20
School Wellness Plan 2019 Tomoka
2019-2020 School Meal Charge Procedures
2018-19 Tomoka School Improvement Plan
Parents: subscribe to the Remind App by texting @tomoka5 to 81010 to get updates on our upcoming activites.
Thank you for always visiting our campus. The safety of our students is top priority. Be sure to always:
If you would like to volunteer at Tomoka Elementary, you can apply online.
School volunteers must complete the volunteer application by visiting our district website (access it through any computer or other electronic device). Just click on the URL of your choice and complete the application. Once submitted, the online application will be re-directed to the VIPS Department for approval. The appliction will stay on a "hold" queue until the volunteer applicant has visited the school of choice and has scanned an ID into the visitor module. Once the application has been approved, an email will be generated by the system informing the applicant of their volunteer status.
VCS Volunteer Partnership Program
2019-2020 Security and Traffic Procedures
Pleae note that the Tomoka website is always the best place for the most up-to-date information about the school.
Every student, faculty, staff and family member's safety is a very important aspect of creating a positive learning environment. Practicing fire drills and code drills are an important part of our school's preparation for emergency situations. Below are brief descriptions of the fire drills and code drills we practice throughout the school year. In the event you are on campus while we are conducting a drill, we ask that you participate and cooperate with our schools's security team. Emergency Codes Quick Reference 2019-20
Families interested in full-time virtual instruction should visit www.volusiaonlinelearning.com. See the attached letters for full details on enrollment dates and options for students.
Virtual Instruction Policy
The 2016-2017 School Financial Report for Tomoka Elementary is available to be viewed or obtained. 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. You can view or obtain this report at the following locations:
Late Arrivals: Students arriving at 8:00 a.m. or after will need to be walked to the office by his/her parent/guardian. Please bring your ID into the office to obtain your visitor's badge to walk your child to his/her class, as tardiness also disrupts the functionality of the school's office. Teachers will not be available to conference as instruction will have already begun by this time.
Early Dismissals: Students are not called out of class after 1:45pm. (12:45pm on Wednesdays) for early dismissal These procedures are in place to protect the instructional time for all students.
Excused/Unexcused Checkouts: Every minute, every day of instruction is important to your child's learning, and we feel it is very important to educate our stakeholders about its necessity. Early checkouts will be recorded following the school district's definition for excused/unexcused checkouts. Excused checkouts include sick students leaving campus from the clinic, documented doctor's appointments and approved school activities. Unexcused checkouts include, but are not limited to checking your students out for lunch, leaving from field trips early and family trips. Additionally,
5 unexcused checkouts equates to 1 unexcused day of absence. It is our hope that with this knowledge, every effort will be made to ensure your child is at school from bell to bell for instruction. Attendance Matters.
Remember to keep your vehicles locked at all times when you are on campus. Stow electronics and chargers out of sight in your parked vehicle.
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 Emergency Guide for Parents
Tomoka Elementary School Colors are: Navy Blue and Red for collard, polo-style shirt or oxford-style button down shirt; or solid polo-style dresses. Solid navy blue, black or tan pants, shorts, capris, skorts or jumper, including black and blue denim. Elementary and middle school students must wear closed toe and closed heel footwear. See Dress Code Flyer for more details.
Mandatory Uniform Policy with Tomoka colors
School Uniforms are worn Monday - Friday. On Friday's, students can wear their Tomoka T-Shirt OR School Uniform. Tomoka's polo or oxford shirt color options are red, navy blue, white, and school district additional colors are gray and black. Dress code flyer 2019-20
Every student, faculty, staff and family member's safety is a very important aspect of creating a positive learning environment here at Tomoka Elementary. Practicing fire drills and code drills are an important part of our school's preparation for emergency situations. In the event you are on campus while we are conducting a drill, we ask that you participate and cooperate with our school's security team.
In the event we should ever evacuate our school's students, faculty and staff, we would relocate to Tomoka United Methodist Church directly across Old Tomoka Road. We have an agreement with both Tomoka United Methodist Church and Hinson Middle School, our alternate evacuation site, should Tomoka United Methodist Church be unavailable. Both facilities are prepared to house our students, faculty and staff until proper dismissal takes place. The Parent Information/Meeting Area will be established at Houligan's Restaurant located at the corner of Clyde Morris and Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach. The Media Staging Area will be established at Lighthouse-Christ Presybterian Church parking lot located at 1035 W. Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach.
here to be directed to the Parent Portal. You will need to create an account using the Student Authorization Code from the Parent Portal Authorization form you received for your child. This form has detailed instructions to create your account. For further information, please contact the front office.
Please view the Student Health Services website to access the medication forms and/or procedure forms for the school year. Medication forms, procedure forms, and emergency care plans must be renewed by the parent, at or before the beginning of each school year in order for your child to receive medication or procedures during school hours.
Please note: Students are not allowed to drop off medication to the clinic. The medication must be brought in by a parent/guardian with forms properly filled out by the doctor or the medication will not be accepted per Volusia County School Board administration of medication guidelines. If you have any questions, please contact your child's school clinic staff.
Student Health Services
Florida KidCare Offers Insurance for Children in Partnership with Volusia County Schools.
Volusia County Schools is partnering with Florida KidCare to assist parents with enrolling and renewing in the Florida KidCare insurance program, which includes dental, vision and behavioral health. Eligibility is based on income and family size and is offered at low or no cost.
Code of Student Conduct & Discipline
Dress Code Policy
Academic Intervention and Tutoring
School Emergency Guide for Parents
Virtual Instruction Policy
Free and Reduced Lunch
Florida Kid Care
Authorization to Administer Meds
Field Trip Guidelines