FREE Job Fair
Atlantic Technical College - Arthur Ashe, Jr. Campus and Broward County Public Schools Office of Equity & Academics Attainment (OEAA), invites you to attend the FREE "Opening Career Doors in Broward" job fair. This event is open to the public and will take place Saturday, October 10 from 9:00am - 2:00pm. Click here for more information.
Parent Input on Evaluations
In accordance with Florida Statute 1012.34, parents have a right to provide input into the instructional/administrative employee performance evaluations. For more information, please contact Ms. Robinson at 754-323-7906.
Homeless Education Assistance Resource Team (HEART)
If your family lives in any of the following situations:
* in a shelter
* in a motel or campground due to the lack of an alternative adequate accomodation
* in a car, park, abandoned building, or bus/train station
* doubled up with other people due to loss of housing or economic hardship
Florida Autism Treatment Centers and University of Miami & Nova Southeastern University Center for Autism & Related Disabilities are offering FREE behavior trainings. Click here for more information.
Parenting Workshops Available
A wide variety of parent workshops and resources are provided by FDLRS (Florida Diagnostic & Learning Resources System) Parent Services, including Active Parenting workshops for parents of preschool children, elementary-age students or teenagers. Click here for more information.
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. Click here for more information.