Our district and schools are on SUMMER HOURS until Friday, July 26, 2019. Our summer district office hours are 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday. School hours vary by location. Schools and district offices are closed on Friday during summer hours. Our district will return to regular business hours Monday, July 29, 2019.

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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
Frontier Titus O'Neil
Win cash for your school and Meet WWE Superstar TItus O'Neil on June 27, 5 pm to 7 pm at the Frontier Store located at 12400 N Dale Mabry Hwy in Tampa. More info >>
2019 Back to School Health Fairs
There are numerous opportunities for students and families to attend health fairs this summer. This is a chance to receive free physicals, immunizations, school supplies and more! Save the Dates and Read More>>
SNS Cooking Camp
Student Nutrition Services is hosting a future chef cooking camp this summer.
2019 Back to School Bash
FREE event for all Hillsborough County K-12 students. Parents and guardians can register their child on site. More info >>
2019 Plant City Baseball Champs
The Plant City High School baseball team wins their first state championship! Six seniors missed their graduation ceremony for the game against Strawberry Crest High School. PCHS held a second graduation for those seniors who had to skip the actual ceremony because it was the same night as the championship.
Lewis Elementary held a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new Little Free Library, which will promote a love of literacy in their co
Lewis Elementary held a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new Little Free Library, which will promote a love of literacy in their community.
School Will Be Out for Summer but the Need for Nutritious Meals Continues
Students will have several opportunities to receive nutritionally balanced meals as Hillsborough County Public Schools hosts the annual “Summer Food Service Program for Children.” Read More >>
2019 Lennard / East Bay Spring Jamboree
Lennard High and East Bay High football teams squared off at the Spring Jamboree.

District Calendar

Upcoming Events

July 16, 2019
School Board Workshop

July 16, 2019
Board Meeting (Tentative Budget)

July 30, 2019
School Board Workshop

July 30, 2019
Board Meeting (First Public Hearing on Budget)

August 12, 2019
Early Release Day - students released 1 hour early

Lobbyist Registry takes effect July 1, 2019

Beginning July 1, 2019, most people (there are a few specific exceptions) who want to influence a School Board member or Cabinet officer for financial gain must register in advance as a lobbyist. This is part of our School Board’s ongoing work to be transparent with the public.

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2018-2019 Final Report Cards

Final report cards for the 2018-2019 school year are now available online for all Middle and High students via the report card website - https://reportcards.sdhc.k12.fl.us.

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 https://reportcards.sdhc.k12.fl.us/requestPin/.  This website also includes an informational video if additional help is needed. 

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Educate Hillsborough

Educate Hillsborough
Calling all Business and Non-profit Professionals, Community Developers and District Partners: Educate Hillsborough is your opportunity to learn what it takes to educate 215,000+ students every day, in the 8th largest school district in the country. Throughout the school year, members will participate in eight half-day sessions that cover every facet of the school system with behind the scenes tours, hands-on demonstrations, student interaction, and quality time with the experts in their fields. From classroom visits to driving a school bus, you will gain a new appreciation for how a public school district runs and the people dedicated to preparing Hillsborough County students for life. This exciting program kicks off at the State of the Schools Breakfast on September 4.

The application window for the inaugural 2019-2020 class is open from June 26th-July 31st. Educate Hillsborough committee members will accept 30 members. Tuition is $500 and scholarships are available. This program is not open to Hillsborough County Public Schools Employees.

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Referendum Results #HalfPennyPromise

Referendum Update

The first revenue check from the Education Referendum’s half-penny sales tax arrived in early April. Work is underway in many of our schools to deliver on our #HalfPennyPromise. Already, we’ve seen new playgrounds constructed and tracks and gymnasium floors refurbished. Planning has also advanced on our larger projects, like air conditioning replacements and roof repairs. Construction on those projects will begin this summer when students are off campus.

View the list of projects currently under way.

More information about the Citizens Oversight Committee.


Teach at an Achievement School

Referendum Update
In Hillsborough Schools, Achievement Schools are supported in an unprecedented way to level the playing field for our district's students. We are putting our best leaders and teachers into our 50 schools with the highest needs, providing the right resources, offering staff incentives and implementing innovative programs for sustained student success.

Join us! Teach in Tampa:  Video

Learn more about:  Spark incentives

For more information about Achievement Schools and our goals: hillsboroughschools.org/AchievementSch

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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Help our Schools Sweepstakes presented by Frontier Communications

Begins now through December 15.  Drop off your recyclable electronics at one of the two Tampa based Frontier stores in Carrollwood or Brandon for a chance to win cash for your school. Recyclable electronics can also be dropped of at the Annual Back to School Bash at Raymond James Stadium on August 3 from 8:01 am - 2:01 pm.

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