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Mission: To provide an education and the supports that enable each student to excel as a successful and responsible citizen
Vision: Preparing students for life
Math Homework Hotline
Is math getting you down? Tune into Math Homework Hotline on Thursday evenings. Teachers will be ready to answer your calls beginning at 5:30 pm and the live show begins at 6:00 pm online or on Spectrum channel 635 and Frontier channel 32. More info >>
Please follow and retweet our posts from @HillsboroughSch and @DiversityHCPS using #AfAmLegacy and #DiscoverHCPS as we highlight
Please follow and retweet our posts from @HillsboroughSch and @DiversityHCPS using #AfAmLegacy and #DiscoverHCPS as we highlight the positive impact that local and national African-Americans have had in our community throughout the years. For more information >>
Wrestlefest
Families are invited to the first HABSE Anti-Bullying WrestleFest; a fun, family-friendly community outreach event that delivers positive messaging denouncing bullying while promoting higher education and encouraging social growth and goodwill. More information .
Are you ready to teach, inspire, and make a difference in our schools with the highest needs? Check out the benefits of working
Are you ready to teach, inspire, and make a difference in our schools with the highest needs? Check out the benefits of working at our Achievement Schools. More info>>
Join the HCPS 2019 Going for the Gold Gasparilla Team
We climb together as a team with a purpose in mind: to achieve a 90x20 graduation rate, to increase student attendance, and to build positive school culture across the district. Support our efforts by joining the 2019 HCPS 90x20 G4G team - it’s quick and easy! More information >>
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District Calendar

Upcoming Events

January 22, 2019
Elementary Report Cards Available

January 23, 2019
Middle School Report Cards Available

January 24, 2019
High School Report Cards Available

January 25, 2019
Anti-Bullying WrestleFEST
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January 28, 2019
Early Release Day - students released 1 hour early

Notice of School Board meeting changes

Starting on February 19, Hillsborough County School Board meetings will change to a 4 p.m. start time. For years, we have heard from the public to start our meetings later to better accommodate work schedules and to allow students to attend. Guidelines for public comment are also changing. ALL speakers signed up for public comment will have a total of 3 minutes to address the School Board regardless of the number of items they wish to speak to. We will continue to have employee input at 6 p.m. to provide district staff an opportunity to address questions or concerns to the School Board.

2018-2019 Quarter 2 Report Cards

Middle and high school quarter 2 report cards will be available to families online January 23rd and January 24th respectively. The report card can be accessed on the report card website https://reportcards.sdhc.k12.fl.us by either entering the student’s number and password or by using the student’s assigned Personal Identification Number (PIN). You can request a PIN electronically at https://reportcards.sdhc.k12.fl.us/requestPin/

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Division of Operations: Tampa Heights Elementary Magnet Renovation Project Webpage is now LIVE!!!

Division of OperationsThis will be your source for Build and Design information and general updates as we progress with the rebuild of the school. If you have questions or concerns about the project please use the Questions/Comments link on the right side of the webpage.

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Blast off to kindergarten...Attend a Kindergarten Countdown!

If your child will be entering kindergarten for the 2019-2020 school year, you will want to attend a Kindergarten Countdown event. Join us to learn about the Hillsborough County Public Schools kindergarten program and to meet the staff at your child's new school. Parents who are able to bring documentation to the event will be able to register at that time.

 

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Education Referendum - How will the money be spent?

Funds from the new Education Referendum are restricted in how they can be used. Generally, the funds cannot be used for recurring "operating expenses” such as teacher pay, school bus fuel, and utility bills. Sales tax funds are generally limited to "capital expenses,” which are long-term physical improvements to buildings or equipment. Our tax referendum funds would be spent on a list of specific projects, which are limited to:

  • Air conditioning replacements and overhauls
  • Maintenance and renovation projects
  • Safety and security improvements
  • Technology upgrades
  • New construction to relieve overcrowding

More information is available on the Education Referendum Project website


Attendance Boundary Changes

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.

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