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Distance Learning

As we prepare to begin distance learning on Monday, March 30, 2020, please keep the following in mind:

- Teachers should be contacting students and parents by Thursday, March 26, 2020.  If you have not heard from your student's teacher by then, please contact the front office.

- Learning times will be flexible to accommodate a variety of situation and will not follow a traditional bell schedule.

- Students are able to work on FLVS/OCVS and Edgenuity courses from home.  Ms. Lopez (lurdes.lopez@ocps.net) and Ms. Roca (vanessa.roca@ocps.net) are available to unlock quizzes and tests for Edgenuity courses.  Send them an email when you are ready for a check or need something unlocked.

- Parents, if you have another students in an OCPS elementary school, they can share the district issued device from our school to participate in distance learning.

- If you need to come to the front office for any reason, please call the front office and set up an appointment.

Principal's Message

Are your kids in a "good place" socially and emotionally? This isn't an invitation to probe into their lives, but how well do you know how your kid is doing right now? Overall, things may seem well and good. But, if your kid is moving on to college or a career next year, maybe out of the area, have you had some honest conversations about the stress of leaving the house for the first time? Focus less on projecting your parental stress into your student. Your kid already knows you will miss them. But have they heard the statements of confidence you have in them to be successful in their next step in life? That's what they need, to reduce their hidden stress and apprehension, so they can move on with confidence.

What does that mean for kids and parents not graduating but coming back to high school? Spend the balance of this year focusing your conversations around what these remaining five weeks of school mean in the larger picture. Every Major League Baseball team plays 162 regular season games or 54 3-game series. You want to focus on taking 2 out of 3 in each series. That'll make you elite.

Enjoy the rest of your week and our beautiful Florida spring weather while we have it! 

With Phoenix Pride,
Mr. Doug Loftus
Principal
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