June 9, 2020
June 9, 2020
June 11, 2020
Middle School Report Cards Available
June 11, 2020
High School Report Cards Available
June 23, 2020
July 7, 2020
Board Meeting / Tentative Budget
We are gathering input from families and staff about reopening schools in the fall. Please take 5 minutes to answer a few questions regarding school reopening and your experience with eLearning. Survey remains open through Sun, June 7.
English survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HillsReopeningSurvey
Spanish survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Reaperturadelasescuelas
Kids and teens can still get free balanced meals this summer while schools are closed! Our summer feeding program will provide grab and go meals on Mondays – Thursdays from June 8 – July 30 from 10:30 am – 12:30 pm at select sites throughout the district. Each child will receive a lunch for that day and breakfast for the next day. On Thursdays, each child will receive meals for both Thursday and Friday.
Children do not have to be present to receive a meal; however, parents need to bring a student ID number (for enrolled HCPS students) or date of birth for children who are not enrolled.
Meals are available for all children ages 18 and under; and 21 and under for children with special needs.
Hillsborough County Public Schools stands together with our students, our families, our community, and law enforcement during this time of grief and outrage across our nation. My heart breaks for the lives that continue to be lost to racist brutality. These most recent events are a constant reminder that we still have much work to do in creating positive and inclusive environments; each of us must be a part of the change we need to see in our city and country. Read more
Hillsborough Choice Options results are now available. Elementary, middle and high school Magnet, School Choice and Choice Hardship results are available online. Login to the results system.
Head Start is a federally funded, comprehensive, child development program that encompasses all aspects of a child's development and learning. The program serves children ages 3 to 4 years old and eligibility is based on income. Apply now or if you have questions please contact us at (813) 740-7870, extension 379.
Due to social distancing guidelines still in effect by the CDC and recommendations from the Florida Department of Health, our district will continue eLearning throughout the summer.
We have virtual plans in place for students in kindergarten through twelfth grade who are below level or need additional credits.
Your school and teacher will reach out if your student is in need of summer eLearning.
Additionally, all fee-based programs, including HOST, will be postponed at least through the month of June
Student leaders at each of our high schools collaborated with our graduation committee to come up with an alternate graduation plan because of coronavirus concerns. Please view each school’s schedule >>
If the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention do not adjust their current guidelines for the summer months and do not allow public gatherings of more than 50 people, our district will explore options to provide virtual graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2020. Please know that the virtual option will be the LAST resort.
We hope this will allow you and your family to make plans. We will make adjustments as we receive more information from the state and the Department of Health.
Continuing with her Storytime Online initiative to promote the love of literacy, School Board Member Dr. Stacy Hahn will be reading a story live every weekday at 11am on her Facebook page.
You can find a the Storytime Online library here: youtube.com/user/HCPSVideoChannel
Storytime Online is a literacy initiative in which members of our community have gathered to read stories to our students. We have been gathering them over the past few months and believe now is the perfect time to begin pushing them out to our families.
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.
Read more about the census and what the money is used for: 2020census.gov
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.