Announcements

  • Grab-and-Go Meals


    Please note that there will be a change in our Grab-and-Go meal distribution during the week of November 9th.  (It’s hard to believe November is here!) 
     
    Wednesday, November 11 is Veterans Day and schools are closed. Wednesdays are also typically our Grab-and-Go meal pick-up day for e-learners.We will not be providing meals through the Grab-and-Go lines on Wednesday, November 11. Instead, meals for the week (4-days of meals for Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday) will all be given to our e-learners on Monday, November 9.

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  • Behind Every Data Point is a Child

    I received my child’s data, what does it mean? Who do I speak with regarding my child’s data? What are key questions I should be asking the teacher/school staff? What is progress monitoring? During this workshop we will provide participants with information about the various assessments that are administered by levels: elementary, middle, and high school. We will discuss the data related to outcomes, and how it impacts your child. Lastly, we will discuss what are the right questions to ask about your child’s data. Please join us and find out how to support your child with a better understanding of the data.

    Behind Every Data Point is a Child

    Behind Every Data Point is a Child

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  • Holiday Assistance Programs

    Metropolitan Ministries - will be starting their Holiday Assistance Registration online this year. This will begin on October 26th.

    Metropolitan Ministries

    Metropolitan Ministries provides families in need with food for a full holiday meal at Thanksgiving and again at Christmas, along with toys for your children. 

     

    Families can also register for Toys for Tots. Its an online application. Once completed someone from the organization will contact families directly.

    Toys for Tots

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  • Hillsborough Schools en Español

     

    I am thrilled to announce a new communication tool created for our Hispanic students, staff and families. Our district launched dedicated social media channels to communicate exclusively in Spanish. The new pages on Facebook and Twitter are called “Hillsborough Schools en Español,” and will focus on the growing Hispanic community in our district.

    Our Hispanic students make up 37% of our student population. By leveraging Facebook and Twitter en Espanol, we can cultivate greater connections with our students, parents, and the entire community. These social media channels will share important information for our more than 80,000 students who identify as Hispanic.

    Right now our schools are celebrating the diversity of our student population during Hispanic Heritage Month, so this is a perfect time to strengthen our community outreach efforts for the Spanish-speaking families within Hillsborough County Public Schools. 

    The pages are now live. We encourage you to follow Hillsborough Schools en Espanol. Share this new resource with any colleagues, families or community members you believe can benefit from the important information posted daily.

     

    Twitter: @HCPS_Espanol

    Facebook: Hillsborough Schools en Espanol

    Respectfully,
     

    Addison G. Davis
    Superintendent of Schools
    Hillsborough County Public Schools

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  • 2020 Out of Field Letter

    Out of Field Letter

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