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2019 Grad Rates
The state released graduation rates and our district showed gains for the fifth year in a row – pushing our graduation rate to 86.2%, an increase from the prior year and an all-time record high. Congratulations to all of our hard-working students, teachers and staff! Last year, 14,231 students graduated, that's 893 more students compared to the year prior. This translates to a $2.5 billion boost in our local economy. Learn more>>
Webb Middle School Activities
Webb Middle School teachers use many methods to engage their students to enjoy reading.
Marshall School Culture
Marshall Middle School held a school culture building session for their teachers.

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Upcoming Events

March 2, 2020
Non-Student Day

March 9, 2020
Early Release Day - students released 1 hour early

March 9, 2020
Citizen Advisory Committee Meeting

March 10, 2020
School Board Workshop

March 10, 2020
Board Meeting


Proactive Measures against Flu & Coronavirus

Our district is taking proactive measures to protect our students and staff from illnesses such as the flu and coronavirus.

We are installing hand sanitizer at the entrance of every school as well as on every school bus in our district. We are placing flyers around our schools reminding students and staff how to stop the spread of germs.

We directing teachers to post assignments, whenever possible, on our secure Edsby website so students who miss school can keep learning.

The wellbeing of our students and staff is our top priority.

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Promoting the Love of Literacy

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Promoting the love of literacy is one of our district's top priorities. Through high quality learning experiences, we prepare each student to acquire, construct and communicate meaning across all grades and curriculum. Visit with Ready Freddy to see some of our upcoming Literacy Celebrations!

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Hillsborough County Public Schools has teamed up with the U.S. Census Bureau to make sure EVERYONE is counted.

Based on data gathered by the census, $675 billion in U.S. govt. funds is distributed among states and communities. That money is crucial for our schools.

In a few weeks, you’ll be receiving a postcard in the mail. That postcard is your invitation to take the census. Once you receive that invitation, you can respond online, by phone or by email.

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Parent Survey for Exceptional Student Education

The Florida Department of Education is working with school districts to gather information on how well parents think their child’s school is partnering with parents of students with disabilities. Your input is needed.

Your responses will help guide efforts to improve services and results for children and families. This survey is for parents of students with individual educational plans (IEP) receiving special education services during the 2019-2020 school year.

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Proposed Policy Updates

Hillsborough County Public Schools is seeking approval of proposed new and revised policies.

The proposed policy may be viewed by clicking the "More Info" link below.  A hard copy is also available in the Government Relations Office located at 901 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa.

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2019-2020 Quarter 2 Report Cards

Second quarter report cards for the 2019-2020 school year are now available online for all 6th through 12th grade students via the report card website -

The report card can be accessed by either entering the student’s number and password or by using the student’s assigned Personal Identification Number (PIN).  You can request a PIN electronically at

Hillsborough County Public Schools District Feedback Surveys

We're Listening

Speak up, We’re Listening!

Parent, student and support staff surveys will be accessible from January 7 – March 26. Instructional staff will have access to their surveys from January 20 – February 21. Your voice matters! Feedback enables us to evaluate and prioritize our school climate-related needs and make improvements to ensure student success and employee satisfaction. Parents can fill out their survey at NEW this year, all support staff will receive access to an electronic survey through their school email address. Students can access their survey at school on classroom computers. Teachers will receive instructions during a staff meeting.

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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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