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Mission: To provide an education and the supports that enable each student to excel as a successful and responsible citizen
Vision: Preparing students for life
2019 STEMtober
We emphasize STEM education all year, but put a spotlight on it during the month of October. Schools across our district are hosting STEM-related events, learn more >>
2019 Pasos al Futuro
Únete a uno de los eventos de Pasos al Futuro de este año escolar, para aprender sobre oportunidades universitarias, requisitos de admisión, ayuda financiera y oportunidades de becas. (Todos los eventos son en Español). Dale clic para buscar el evento más cercano
2019 Energy Awareness Month
Hillsborough County Public Schools is proud to partner with Minimise USA to recognize October as Energy Awareness Month. Thank you Minimise for all you do to educate our students about the importance of energy efficiency.
2019 Great American Teach-in
Come talk about your job or hobby and set a good example. Speakers are needed for Kindergarten through 12th grade and Technical Colleges. Please contact the school of your choice and ask for the Teach-In Coordinator by November 21, 2019. More info >>
2019 CEO Volunteer Day
On October 18, Tampa Bay area CEOs will volunteer an entire day at Hillsborough County public elementary schools. To learn more and join in, visit 1DayofChange.com

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October 17, 2019
Pasos al Futuro

October 24, 2019
Pasos al Futuro

October 29, 2019
Elementary Report Cards Available

October 29, 2019
Middle School Report Cards Available

October 29, 2019
Middle School Student Forum

2019-2020 Graduation Dates

Our School Board has approved the schedule for the graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2020! Find the graduation dates and times for the 2019-2020 school year at:  Graduation Dates


Hillsborough County Public Schools is undertaking a search for our next superintendent

Our students, staff, families and the community have provided their feedback on the qualities they want to see in our next leader. Now, we are launching a national search to find the best candidate to continue providing outstanding results for our students.

For more information on how to apply, go to https://rayassoc.com/job-details.php?ID=508.

 

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School Board approves 2020-2021 school calendar

Our School Board recently approved the 2020–2021 school calendar. The calendar needs to work within state laws that determine when the school year must start and end, while balancing several different elements like holidays and breaks.

This quick two-minute video answers our most common questions about the calendar—especially why it has so many unexpected days off in the Spring: Calendar Questions from Hillsborough Schools.

Creating the calendar takes months of planning and a diverse Calendar Committee made up of students, parents, community organizations, business leaders, principals and district staff—around 50 stakeholders in all.

You can find the 2020-2021 calendar at hillsboroughschools.org/2021calendar.


Attendance Boundary Changes

The School District assesses school attendance boundaries based on a variety of reasons including, but not limited to, programmatic changes, enrollment growth, and newly constructed capacity.  In order to access information regarding current and future attendance boundary changes, please click more information.

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K-5 Literacy Program Review – Phase 1

The first phase of a substantial Literacy Program Review for Kindergarten through Grade 5 is now complete. We brought in an expert to study every part of the way we’re teaching the elements of literacy—reading, writing and more—and make recommendations.

This is phase one of two; it focuses on perceptions among our teachers and leaders of how we’re doing.

Read more about our Literacy Program and see the full review >>


Referendum Results #HalfPennyPromise

Referendum Update

Since the half-penny sales tax Education Referendum passed in November 2018, our school district has received more than $62 million dollars. We have already put $58 million back into our schools! This summer, we replaced 21 air conditioning units, replaced and repaired school roofs and made significant improvements to security. Now that school is back in session, we are continuing to use the Education Referendum money on other projects like outdoor court repairs, playground replacements and waterproofing.

View the list of projects currently under way.

More information about the Citizens Oversight Committee.


October is Energy Awareness Month

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Our district is proud to partner with Minimise USA, a local company at the forefront of energy efficiency. Minimise USA provides our schools with no-cost energy upgrades and savings. Minimise USA also equips our students and teachers with the education and awareness needed to make an impact in the world—and provides them with the tools necessary to be part of the energy saving solution.

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