October 23rd-27th, 2017
Day 1: Monday, October 23, 2017
“Your future is key, be drug free”.
Students who volunteer to share their future dreams will present them with the school on the morning announcements each day of the week.
Day 2: Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Let’s team up against drugs.
Wear your favorite sports jersey.
Day 3: Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Conquering drugs one neighborhood at a time.
Dress up as your favorite super hero.
Day 4: Thursday, October 26, 2017
Sock it to drugs!
Wear silly socks.
Day 5: Friday, October 27, 2017
United we stand against drugs.
Wear as much red as possible.
Ed TalkA public forum designed to engage the community in discussing educational
strategies and advancing the District's Strategic Plan.
Saturday, November 4, 2017
9 a.m. to noon
Networking breakfast at 8 a.m.
Program begins at 9 a.m.
Hollywood Hills High School
5400 Stirling Road
Hollywood, FL 33021
Parents interested in providing input into the performance evaluations of Broward Estates Elementary School instructional and/or administrative employee evaluations may contact our office at (754) 322-5550 by April 13, 2018.
Welcome to the 2017/18 school year. This year, the Emergency Contact and Code of Student Conduct forms for your child can be completed online. Online forms are easy to complete and all data is protected and secure. For families with multiple children attending Broward County Public Schools, some information will only need to be entered one time.
Click here for more information.
Parents Important Information
We are excited to announce that Broward County Public Schools is adopting the CareDox Electronic Health Records system. CareDox which will serve as a tool for parents/guardians to interact online with healthcare personnel at their child’s school in consultation with their health care needs.
The benefits of CareDox include:
Provide medical information electronically between parents/guardians, healthcare personnel and school staff
Provide timely notifications when your child visits the healthcare personnel’s office
Provide updated health information that is readily available to your child’s school
For more information on how CareDox helps schools and for parent’s frequently asked questions, you may visit: www.caredox.com/schools and www.caredox.com/category-faq/parents.
Broward Parent Enrollment Process:
Enrolling in the CareDox Parent Portal will be the fastest and most secure way for parents to provide annual up-to-date health information to your child’s school. The parent enrollment process, which will happen through the CareDox Parent Portal, is outlined below.
You will be receiving an email communication from CareDox for health enrollment
o If you have not provided your student(s) school with an email address, please do so as soon as possible.
The health enrollment email will contain a unique link to your child’s health profile.
When you open the link you will be prompted to create an account and complete annual health related questions that pertain to your child.
Completion of the health form will take 5–30 minutes.
If you have any questions during the enrollment process, please contact email@example.com.
BACK TO SCHOOL ONLINE RESOURCE FOR FAMILIES
To help families prepare for the start of the new school year, the Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) Back to School online resource is now available. This resource links parents and guardians to information about the school calendar; school opening/closing times; the Code Book for Student Conduct; before and after school child care; breakfast and lunch menus; and much more. Share your back to school pictures with BCPS on social media using #BCPSFirst. Visit the Back to School Online Resource.
Student Code Of Conduct Goes Green!
Parents are invited to review the Code of Student Conduct Handbook and complete the required forms by accessing the Back To School Forms Link on Broward Schools' Webpage at (WWW.BROWARDSCHOOLS.COM/CODEOFCONDUCT).
Dear Community Friends,Broward County Public Schools is launching the “Send Your Sales Tax to Schools” campaign. This opportunity connects the community with our schools, allowing local businesses to donate a portion of the sales tax they collect, to support classroom technology and teacher trainings.You can donate at no cost! Just check the donation box on your monthly Florida Department of Revenue online tax form (DR-15, DR-15EZ or DR-15CON). Please see attachment for detailed information, or visit browardschools.com/taxdonation.We look forward to your monthly participation in this initiative, which will provide invaluable support for our students and teachers.If you have questions, please contact 754-321-2300.