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Students’ learning conditions are teachers’ working conditions. Florida ranks 47th in attracting and retaining effective teachers. The half-penny sales tax would fund specific classroom and school improvement projects. More info >>
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2018 Hurricane Michael Relief
Donate Now>> The Florida Disaster Fund, activated to support individuals in Florida impacted by Hurricane Michael, provides financial support to Florida’s communities in times of disaster. Funds raised will go toward disaster-related response and recovery.
2018 School Bus Safety Week
Hillsborough Schools drive home the message about National School Bus Safety Week-October 22-26. This year's theme is My Driver-My Safety Hero. Read more >>
2018 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 9, 2018. More Info >>
Amazing things are happening in schools all around the district during #STEMtober!
Amazing things are happening in schools all around the district during #STEMtober! More Info >>
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Upcoming Events

October 22, 2018
Early Release Day - students released 1 hour early

October 22, 2018
School Board Workshop

October 23, 2018
Referendum Town Hall Meeting
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October 29, 2018
Elementary Report Cards Available

Learn more about the upcoming education referendum

Investing in Our StudentsEducation has a direct impact on everyone in our community. When we invest in our schools and our students, our entire community profits. It results in higher incomes, better jobs, rising property values and a healthy economy.

Right now, because of inadequate state funding, our students face a future in aging, crowded schools and our community faces a $2 billion challenge. The half-penny sales tax education referendum on the November 6 ballot would generate approximately $131 million per year for ten years that would be spent on specific projects to improve our public schools.

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Performance Audit of Hillsborough County Public Schools

Investing in Our StudentsThe School Board voted on August 24, 2018 to place a referendum for a half-cent sales tax for capital needs of public schools on the November 6, 2018 ballot.

Florida Statutes require that a performance audit of the programs addressed by the referendum be conducted by the Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability (OPPAGA) and the results of that audit be posted on the District's website 60 days prior to the Election.

Pursuant to the requirements of section 212.055(10), Florida Statutes, we have received and are posting for your review the Performance Audit for Hillsborough County Public Schools .

The Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability (OPPAGA) selected McConnell & Jones LLP to conduct a performance audit of the programs associated with the surtax resolution adopted by the Hillsborough County School Board on August 24, 2018.


An important update about health and safety in our schools

Just as our district has become a statewide leader in security and a statewide leader in academics, we are committed to becoming a statewide leader in student safety. The safety and risk management office, under our operations department is responsible for environmental inspections, assessments, transportation and the overall management of safety in the district. This includes testing for lead and radon in our schools.

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Now Hiring School Bus Drivers!

Now Hiring Bus Drivers! #APPLY2HCPS

Transportation Services is now hiring school bus drivers, especially in the South County area. Call our employment line at 813-982-5521 to learn how you can fast track to an interview today. Help us keep the wheels of education rolling by visiting www.hcpsbusdriver.com.

 

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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