District SEL Student Survey

    Grade 3-5 Students are asked to reflect, within 41 questions, on their school experience in general. To do this, they'll answer questions on two surveys. Responses will help teachers and schools learn more about how they can best provide student support.


    The survey is estimated to take 15-20 minutes to complete.

    A box on the page will ask the student to enter an access code. Type your student ID into the box and click “Enter.” Once you have entered your access code, the student will see two green buttons on the right side of the screen labeled “Start Surveys.” 

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  •  Apple Per FL Statue 1012.42 when a teacher is assigned teaching duties out of the field in which the teacher is certified, the parents of all students require notification.  Please Read the Following:    Out of Field Notification 

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  • Congratulations to our 2020 Notables.  Gretchen Wenger, Teacher of the Year; Jean Farshid, Ida Baker; Alma Pascual, Non-Instructional Employee

    Teacher of Year Gretchen Wenger Ida Baker Jean Farshid Non-Instructional Alma Pascual

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  • Celebrating Hispanic Heritage: September 15 through October 15
    Hillsborough County Public Schools is honored to recognize National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 through October 15. With over 80,000 students in our district identifying as Hispanic, our district believes that the cultures of all students and their families are important. Therefore, this month, we give tribute to Hispanic Americans who have made major positive contributions to the United States, our local communities, and the world. We value the multicultural, multinational attributes of our Latinx/ Hispanic students, families, and community and look forward to celebrating the richness and diversity in our schools and classrooms through learning, professional development, recognition, and partnerships.
    Schools can participate using a diverse suite of learning resources, contests, and spotlights available on the Hispanic Heritage web page.    Hispanic Heritage Web Page


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  • September 15, 2020 marks the 70th anniversary of the heroic action by a 1943 Hillsborough High School alumni, our school namesake, whom went on to graduate from the U. S. Naval Academy. 

    Lt. Baldomero Lopez, USMC, received the Medal of Honor posthumously, by President Truman, for his heroic action taken against the enemy aggressors during the Inchon invasion in Korea on September 15, 1950.

    Baldomero Lopez, born August 23, 1925, here in Tampa, FL.  He was affectionally called "Baldy" and is remembered in many ways throughout the community.  The 25-year-old has been honored by alumni at Hillsborough High School each year...and by the many community memorials/markers including Lopez Elementary School in Seffner, a historical marker on Marion and Madison downtown; a trophy case next to the Principal’s office at Hillsborough High School; the Lopez Veterans Administration Nursing Home in Land O’ Lakes; a shrine in the main lobby of his childhood club, the Centro Asturiano Clubhouse at Palm and Nebraska; a naval Pre Position Ship named the Lt. Baldomero Lopez; a memorial monument at the Ed Radice Sports Complex; and his gravesite at the Centro Asturiano Memorial Cemetery on Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. just east of 50th Street.

    View the following for an additional historical perspective. Lt. Baldomero Lopez History Link

    Lt. Lopez

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