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TURIE T. SMALL ELEMENTARY
800 South Street
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
(386) 258-4675
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    For Students Who Ride the Bus 

    • Stay out of the street while waiting for the bus. 

    • Wait for the bus to come to a complete stop and the doors open before approaching the bus from the curb. 

    • Make sure you remain in clear view of the bus driver. 

    • Look both ways before crossing the street to get on the bus. 

    • After getting off the bus, look both ways and then move immediately onto the sidewalk and out of traffic. 

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    For Walkers/Bike Riders 

    • For bike riders, wear a helmet at all times. Research shows that this simple act can reduce the risk of head injury by up to 85 percent. 

    • Bike riders should ride on the right, in the same direction as traffic, and use appropriate hand signals. Bicyclists also should respect traffic lights and stop signs. 

    • Walk or bike with a friend. It’s safer that way. 

    • Walk on sidewalks where available. 

    • Always cross at intersections not mid-block. 

    • Both bikers and walkers should wear bright clothing to make them more visible to drivers. 

    • To avoid distractions, bikers and walkers shouldn’t use a cell phone or headphones while riding or walking.​​

    FSA Practice Test Site - Free

    FSA Practice Test Site​​​​​

    The purpose of the practice tests is for students to become familiar with the Computer Based Testing system, functionality, and item types; the practice tests are not intended to guide classroom instruction. Descriptions and response instructions for each item type are included in the Practice Tests Quick Guide. Users should refer to the tutorials on each item or the guide to familiarize themselves with the different features and response instructions for each item type​.​

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    Welcome to FloridaStudents.org, the source for Florida Standards Student Tutorials and Resources.

    This site is new and inside you will find resources located from all over the web to support your learning in language arts, mathematics, and science.


    ​​​​Sunshine State Young Readers Award Book List 2017-2018

    The Sunshine State Young Readers Award (SSYRA) program is sponsored by the Florida Association of Media in Education (FAME) and the Florida​ Department of Education.  Students in grades 3-5 are invited to participate in this annual program.

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     Click on link to view: Su​nshine State Young Reader's 2017-2018 Annotated List

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