Central School

"Home of the Jaguars"

6180 Central School Rd., Milton, Florida 32570  850-983-5640  Fax:  850-983-5645

Welcome!

School Day - 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 

Parent Satisfaction Survey - March 24 to April 30, 2014 - Please take a moment and complete the survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SRCSD_Parent_03_2014

FCAT INFORMATION
Delayed Entry for 11th and 12th grades on the following days:

April 16-17: 11th and 12th grades do not have to report to school until 3rd period(9:53 a.m.)

Electronic Devices -
If a student is found to be in possession of ANY electronic device during testing OR during a break, his or her test must be invalidated.

Leaving Campus - 
If a student begins a session and leaves campus without finishing (due to an appointment, illness, etc.), he or she will NOT be allowed to complete that session.

April 14-30 - FCAT

April 14, 15, 17 - District Softball Tournament (click on link for bracket)


April 18 - Holiday - No school

May 3 - Pancake Breakfast at Central 8:00 - 10:00 a.m. Cost $5.00.

May 3 - The 3rd Annual Jaguar Athletic Booster Draw Down at Tanglewood Golf Clubhouse
               Event is from 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.  Tickets are $100 and include 2 shrimp dinners. 
               See any Booster Club Member for your tickets.

Volleyball Summer Camps
July 8-10 -   Kid Camp  8:30 - 11:30 a.m. Cost $45.  (Tuesday - Thursday Camp)
July 14-16 - Shawna Sauls Laurendine Camps (Monday - Wednesday Camp)
                       JV morning session 9:00 a.m.  - Noon
                       Varsity afternoon session 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Fire Safety - click on link for video.




Box TopsElementary Classes are collecting Box Tops For Education.  Send the box tops to school with your students.


Free & Reduced Lunch Application for 2013-14 School Year



2013-2014 FAFSA - Training for students and parents completing the FAFSA


Parent Notification - Full-Time Virtual School Option


Florida Department of Education Help for Parents
The Florida Department of Education has launched several resources to help parents understand the state’s assessment system, as well as increased standards, and how the changes will help prepare K-12 students for college and careers.
FCAT 2.0 Call Center: Department experts will be available to answer parent questions from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. Parents may call (866) 507-1109, toll free, to ask questions about the FCAT, recent changes and how they impact students and teachers.
Florida’s Path to Success: Visit www.floridapathtosuccess.org to find out more about the transition to tougher standards. The site features a letter from Florida Education Commissioner Gerard Robinson, timelines about Florida’s education system and more.
DOE parent portal: Designed for parents to ask questions and voice ideas at the state level. The portal features a parent blog, discussion board and announcements page with more education resources coming soon. Parents may log on for access to the free site, http://parents.fldoe.org/home.
Just for Parents Email: Send a note to justforparents@fldoe.org to get answers, voice opinions or share ideas with the DOE.

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Saving Our Schools

Vision Statement
At Central School we believe:
All individuals can learn.
All students have value as individuals with unique needs.
Education must be flexible and diverse to meet the needs of each individual's learning style.
Education should promote responsible citizenship and ethical behavior.
Education is the combined responsibility of the school (faculty and staff), students, parents, and the community.
The involvement of all stakeholders is essential to provide each student with optimal educational benefits.
Education must be a priority of society.
Teachers, staff, and administrators share the responsibility to provide a safe, healthy, and nurturing environment.
Learning is a life-long process.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide all students with an educational foundation that will enable them to pursue productive, fulfilling careers and motivate a desire for life-long learning in an increasingly technological world.  We will set high expectations for all students and will provide the environment, instruction, and support to ensure that all students are learning and achieving as measured by the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards.