Parents/Guardians, please complete both surveys below.
Title I Parent Survey
This survey is designed to help our school parent involvement team find out how well we are working with parents so that we can improve our parent involvement program. Please answer each question honestly. We appreciate your feedback!
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Annual Customer Survey
We Want to Hear From You
Parents your input and ideas matter to us! We're Strengthening the Paths to Success and we need your help. Please take a moment to participate in the District's Annual Parent Survey.
This year, the survey is easier than ever to complete. It's online, anonymous and only takes a few minutes. You can access the survey by logging onto the District website, browardschools.com, or look at the above box on your right and click on the link from your computer, tablet or smart phone, then clicking on the Annual Customer Survey ICON.
The survey take place from now until March 21, 2014. If you do not have internet access, feel free to stop by the front office to take your survey. We will be happy to provide you with a place to complete the survey while at school
The Head Start/Early Head Start Program
will be accepting applications
for the 2014 - 2015
beginning March 3rd at three
locations throughout Broward County. Please see one of the flyers for details.
Application Period One: March 3 - March 15
Application Period Two: March 31 - April 12
The School Board of Broward County has approved the first school district Anti-Bullying Policy in Florida. The policy, which was adopted on July 22, 2008, was designed by the District’s Office of Prevention Programs and Student Support Services, under the Safe Schools Healthy Students Grant initiative.
The Florida Department of Education will utilize the new policy as a model for the state’s other 66 school districts. The policy was developed prior to the passage of House Bill 669, which mandates that all districts in the state adopt Anti-Bullying policies by December 1, 2008.
The District’s Anti-Bullying Policy specifically prohibits bullying of or by any District student or employee, with consequences for those acts that meet the definition of bullying as defined in the policy:
“Bullying” means systematically and chronically inflicting physical hurt or psychological distress on one or more students or employees.
The policy sets forth guidelines for the identification and reporting of bullying – as the overall goal of the initiative is the protection of students and their increased feelings of safety and belonging. The policy requires teachers and staff to utilize a variety of prevention and intervention activities and includes tools and resources that create environments of safety and respect and expectations of appropriate behavior.
The Anti-Bullying Policy was developed by a District task force, which included community and parental involvement.