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Parent & Students

Parent and Guardian Contact Information

How to Access Gradebook 

Keep up with your ​child's academic progress and attendance using the Gradebook App through VPortal​:

504/PST Contacts


Academic and Behavioral Concerns

Should parents or guardians have questions regarding students’ academic or behavioral concerns, the first, and best, place to start is with the teacher. Only the teacher directly involved will be able to answer your specific questions. Should you feel the need for additional assistance after speaking with the teacher, the School Counselor should be consulted.

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HMS Family Center

The HMS Family Center is a liaison between home and school. Our primary focus is to provide resources to be able to assist parents with the tools they need to further enhance our student's education and daily life. We've implemented many new and exciting programs to further stimulate parent involvement. Ms. Pina looks forward to creating a strong and productive partnership with all of our parents.

The following services will be provided:

  • Monthly Speakers
  • Computer Access
  • Resources
  • Translator

The HMS Family Center is located in the Media Center, room 701. It will be open during regular school hours. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Mrs. Pina at extension 45067.

T​he Florida Parental Information and Resource Center (PIRC) of FND

Parent Involvement Team 

The purpose of the Parent Involvement Team is to promote parent involvement within our school. It offers ideas and inspiration to encourage moms of all ages, as they go about their most important daily task of raising children.

Feel free to contact Mrs. Pina with any questions you might have at extension 45067.

Tardy Policy

Students are expected to be at school and in their classes ON TIME. Tardy is defined as not being in the designated classroom/area when the bell rings. Tardies are counted on a nine-week basis. For each tardy an automated call goes home. Consequences are as follows:

  1. Warning/Connect Ed
  2. Warning/Connect Ed
  3. Parent phone call/teacher consequence
  4. Referral and each tardy thereafter

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