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MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOKCARIBBEAN K-8 CENTER11990 SW 200TH STREET, MIAMI FL 33177(305) 233-7131Office School Hours:8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.WWW.CARIBBEAN.DADESCHOOLS.NETAFTER SCHOOL HOURS:Grades: Pre-K, K, 11:50 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.Grades: 2 - 83:05 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.Grades: Pre-K – 8*Wed. 1:50 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.FOLLOW US ONTWTTER : @CARIBBEANK8CTINSTAGRAM : @CARIBBEANK8CT1

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOKMiami-Dade County Public SchoolsThe School Board of Miami-Dade County, FloridaMs. Perla Tabares Hantman, ChairDr. Martin Karp, Vice ChairDr. Dorothy Bendross-MindingallMs. Susie V. CastilloDr. Lawrence S. FeldmanDr. Steve Gallon IIIMs. Lubby NavarroDr. Marta PérezMs. Mari Tere RojasJosh Rios, Student AdvisorSUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLSMr. Alberto M. CarvalhoSCHOOL OPERATIONSMrs. Valtena G. BrownDeputy Superintendent/Chief Operating Officer2

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOKVision StatementWe provide a world class education for every student.Mission StatementTo be the preeminent provider of the highest quality education that empowers all students to beproductive lifelong learners and responsible global citizens.ValuesExcellence - We pursue the highest standards in academic achievement and organizationalperformance.Equity - We foster an environment that serves all students and aspires to eliminate theachievement gap.Student Focus - We foster an environment that serves all students and aspires to eliminate theachievement gap.Innovation - We encourage creativity and adaptability to new ideas and methods that will supportand improve student learning.Accountability - We accept responsibility for our successes and challenges and seek totransparently share our work in an ethical manner, as we strive towards continuous improvement.3


MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOKTABLE OF CONTENTSMessage from PrincipalMessage from Assistant PrincipalSchool’s Mission StatementFaculty RosterSchool Information Bell Schedule Early Sign Out Late Arrival Lost and Found School Policy Opening and Closing Hours of Schools Replacement ID BadgesImportant Dates Back to School Nights - Open House (as applicable) Interim Progress Report & Report Card DistributionAcademic Programs – Student Progression Plan (SPP)Before/after school Care Program & Middle School Enrichment After School ProgramBring Your Own Devices (BYOD)ClinicClosing of SchoolDismissal Students Drop-Off Pick-upElevatorEmergency Contact InformationFieldtripsHomeworkInterscholastic Athletics/IntramuralsMealtime Environment5

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOK Free BreakfastFree/Reduced Price Lunch ProgramMeal PricesPAYPAMSPeanut-Allergies/Peanut-Free SchoolParent AcademyProtocols for Addressing ConcernsRecessMonthly CalendarSafety and Security Code Yellow/Code Red Emergency Operations Plan Fire Drills VisitorsSchool Activities/ClubsSchool Center for Special Instructions (SCSI)School Class Pictures ProcessSchool TransportationSpecial EducationStudent RecordsStudent ServicesStudent Success CentersToolkits Back to School ToolkitTransgenderVerification of Residency6

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOKVolunteer ProgramAppendix A – School CalendarsAppendix B – School Board Policies and State Statutes7

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOKMessage from the PrincipalDear Caribbean Families,Welcome back to school! I hope your summer vacation has been relaxing and filled withlaughter and learning. It is with great excitement and anticipation that we begin a new schoolyear. We are SUPER committed to continuing our academic success and become an A ratedschool during the 2018-2019 school year. Our theme this year is, “Knowledge is our SuperPower”! We are committed to continuing to learn about innovative ways to increase academicachievement and provide the most nurturing environment possible.As the principal of this amazing school, I feel honored and privileged to have the opportunity towork with such outstanding students, staff, parents and community members. I feel so fortunateto be able to share my passion for education with such a dedicated, supportive and hardworkinggroup. I am confident that we will have a productive and enriching year as we continue ourmission of developing compassionate, innovative, collaborative and digital learners prepared toaccess and contribute to the ever-changing world.This year, we will be expanding our gifted program in the middle school and the middle schoolstudents will have an opportunity to take electives in the areas of art, music, pe and technology.We will continue to develop leadership skills through various clubs and organizations such asthe Student Council and Safety Patrols. Our school has with well over 400 laptops to ensurestudents are equipped with the latest technology skills needed to be successful in a fast paceenvironment.Safety is our priority and we are implementing several safety initiatives to ensure that ourstudents and staff are safe. First, all visitors will be required to present a current ID or License atthe front desk. The ID/License will be scanned to ensure the visitor is cleared to enter thebuilding and a badge will be issued. Next, we will have one point of entry for arrival anddismissal. Also, all exterior doors and classroom doors will remain locked always. All middleschool students and the entire staff are required to wear ID badges. If students lose their IDbadges, they will have to pay for a replacement. We ask for your complete cooperation andunderstanding as we continue to implement safety measures.One of our school goals this year is to increase parental engagement and involvement. Parentsare an integral part of the school’s success. Our goal is to establish an active Parent TeacherOrganization (PTA) at the beginning of the year. A representative from headquarters will be onsite to help guide the PTA with the start-up procedures.I eagerly look forward to seeing you and your children. Together, I know we will make thisschool year one of growth and achievement for all students. You can easily reach me by email, Regards,Maria Calvet-Cuba, Principal8

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOKMessage from the Assistant PrincipalDear Parents/ Guardians:The Caribbean K-8 Center faculty and staff proudly welcome all of our students and theirfamilies to the 2018-2019 school year. This year, we are very proud to announce that we area “B” school! This is Caribbean K-8’s first time in history that we excel to such a high andprestigious level of a B. We know that our faculty and staff have worked tirelessly to achievethis accomplishment and we know that our school will continue to shine as we move forward.Our goal is to enhance the success of each child that travels between our classroom walls sothat they are afforded the highest quality of education.Our team is comprised of committed and hard working teachers who strive to instill a sense ofacademic excellence in each of our students. We support our teachers with an extremelytalented instructional coach team that receives ongoing professional development, which in turnis delivered to our faculty. Our curriculum is both varied and rigorous while maintaining theinterest of our students. We understand that enhancing the capacity of our students is a sharedresponsibility.We believe that with the help of parents, our students can achieve their maximum potential.Parents are always welcome to communicate with our faculty so that we can promote a sharedvision in the development of your child. Some simple strategies to work on at home are: Promote a responsibility by ensuring your child reports to school each day on time andwearing the required uniform;Monitor your child’s progress throughout the year;Ensure your child completes his/her home learning and required reading should becomepart of the daily routine;Remind your child to be respectful of school personnel and others at all times and tofollow the school rules at all times;Participate in school events and meetings to remain informedStay connected with us by visiting our web page often at, andaccessing and monitoring student progress through the Miami-Dade County Public Schoolsportal. Additionally, please follow us on social media: Class Dojo, Instagram, and Twitter.I look forward to a rewarding and successful school year.Sincerely,Adam Pascual, Assistant Principal9

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOKCaribbean K-8 CenterSchool Mission StatementWe will strive to develop each student to his fullest potential using a variety of educational andtechnological methods that promote intellectual curiosity, independent thinking and problem-solvingcapabilitiesFaculty RosterGradeTeacherPreKMs. DelgadoMs. SwansonMs. MolinaMs. ConwellMs. DiazMs. QuionesMs. GonzalezMs. ValdezMs. LoveMs. BenitezMs. OrdonezMs. NunezMs. GonzalezMs. BudhramMs. MairMs. ReidMs. VelazquezMs. SmithMs. ValdesMs. RamirezMs. Avila - GiftedMs. RamosMs. AshleyMs. WalkerMs. Sasso -GiftedKindergarten1st Grade2nd Grade3rd Grade4th Grade10

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOK5th GradeSpecial Area TeachersSPED TeachersBilingual (ESOL)6/7/8 English Language Arts/ESOLMs. OtanoMs. AngladeMs. PachecoMs. Sasso - GiftedMr. Gonzalez-MusicMr. Douyon-ArtMs. Fernandez-PE ElementaryMs. Green-PE ItinerantMr. Lester-PE Middle SchoolMs. HillMs. PattonMs. DelgadoMr. JinrightMMs. RosarioMs. Delarosa-Bilingual Support MiddleSchoolMiddle SchoolMs. Ehrman6th English Language Arts/ESOLMs. Vegilante7th English Language Arts/ESOLMs. Fernandez8th English Language Arts/ESOLMs. Ehkator6th & 7th Civics & US HistoryMr.Stevens6th & 8th US History & World HistoryMs. Justice6th & 7th ScienceMs. Perez7th & 8th ScienceMr. Attard6th Grade MathMr. Berrios7th Grade MathMs. Lawrence8th Grade MathMr. Pacheco11

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOKMiami Southridge Feeder PatternCutler Ridge ElementaryJack Gordon ElementaryGoulds ElementaryGulfstream ElementaryMiami Heights ElementaryPine Lake ElementarySouth Miami Heights ElementaryDr. Edward Whigham ElementaryWhispering Pines ElementaryCutler Bay SeniorCutler Bay MiddleRichmond Heights MiddleMAST@HomesteadMiami Southridge SeniorPine Villa ElementaryCarribbean K-812

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOKSchool Information Bell ScheduleGrades: Pre-K, K, 1 8:20 a.m. - 1:50 p.m.Grades: 2nd -8th8:35 a.m. - 3:05 p.m.ndth*Wed. Grades: 2 -88:35 a.m. - 1:50 p.m. Early Sign OutThe early release of students causes disruption to the academic performance of allstudents and may create safety and security concerns. No students shall be released withinthe final thirty (30) minutes of the school day unless authorized by the Principal orPrincipal’s designee (i.e., emergency, sickness). Late ArrivalStudents who are tardy to school must report to the Attendance Office to secure an admit.Excessive tardies may result in loss of privileges, detention, parent conference, and/orsuspension. Lost and Found School PolicyAll lost and found items will be located in the main office. Opening and Closing Hours of Schools8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Replacement ID BadgesThere will be a fee for the replacement of student Id badges. Please see Ms.Sarmiento in the main office.Important Dates Back to School Nights – Open HouseSchool LevelWindow PeriodElementary/K8 Center School DateSeptember 4 - 7, 2018Interim Progress Report & Report Card DistributionGrading PeriodInterim Progress ReportReport Card DistributionDistribution19/21/201811/09/201813

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT 3/20196/21/2019Academic Programs – Student Progression Plan (SPP)Provides guidance to teachers, school and district administrators, parents and other stakeholdersregarding the requirements and procedures for students to progress from one grade to the next,kindergarten through grade 12 and adult education. The information presented in this documentis derived from requirements set forth by Florida Statues, State Board of Education Rules andPolicies established by The School Board of Miami-Dade County.Before/After School Care Program & Middle School Enrichment After School ProgramFor those parents considering going back to work and/or are presently working, there are 224 lowcost Before and After School Care programs that serve both Elementary and K-8 Center studentsand 62 Middle School Enrichment After School programs that help tutor middle school studentsthroughout the Miami-Dade County School district. Each of these programs are staffed with statecertified instructors, state certified program managers, or state certified activity leaders who areall prepared to enrich and expand the after-school experience of the students they serve.This year, Miami-Dade County Public Schools will offer 286 After School programs on schooldays. Before-school care programs will be provided as needed.After-school care programs are conducted from the time of school dismissal until 6:00 p.m.Before-school care programs begin approximately one hour before school starts. Summer Campoperates from 7:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Parents should check with their child's school for specificstart times.All after-school care programs provide planned activities, which include homework assistance,indoor and outdoor games, arts and crafts, snack time and various recreational activities. Manyprograms offer reading and math tutoring, music, ceramics, chess, drama and other classesdesigned to provide participants with a variety of educational and enrichment experiences.Before-school care programs provide supervised, quiet activities for students.The cost of Elementary and K-8 after school care is 40 per week; the cost of Middle SchoolEnrichment after school care is 40 per week; the cost of before school care is 20 per week andthe cost of Summer Camp is 100.00 per week. These programs are offered by one of sevenproviders: Miami-Dade County Public Schools Principal Operated Before After-School Programs Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) Family Christian Association of America (FCAA) Sunshine After-School Child Care (SASCC)14

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOK South Florida After-School All Stars (SFASAS)Here at Caribbean K-8 we offer YMCA afterschool care.Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)Bring Your Own Device allows students, parents, staff and guests to use their own technologyduring the day to enhance the learning experience. Examples of the types of technology whichcan be used are Windows laptops/tablets, Mac laptops, Android tablets, and iPads.ClinicIf a student feels ill, he/she must secure an appropriate pass issued by a teacher beforereporting to the attendance office. Caribbean K-8 will have a nurse from Miami Children’sHospital in our clinic to assist when students are feeling ill. The student will be permitted to waitin the clinic if a parent/guardian is coming to pick-up the student. Students will not be permittedto remain in the clinic for an extended period of time. It is against the law for any staff memberto issue medication to a student without written advanced authorization. Consent for MedicationForm may be picked-up from the Main Office and must be signed by a doctor and a parent orguardian. Information on the form includes the child’s name, dosage, and time of day to betaken.Closing of SchoolThe emergency closing of a school for any cause, such as weather or in which the safety ofindividuals may be endangered, is only at the discretion of the Superintendent of Schools.Dismissal Bicycles can be parked in the assigned bike rack located at the south entrance of theschool. Students are responsible for locking and securing their bicycles at all times. Theschool is not responsible for any damaged or stolen bicycles. Student Drop-Off Pick-upCar Drop OffS.W. 202 Street has been designated as the entrance that should be utilized for parentsto drop off and pick up students by car. In the mornings and afternoons, access to thedriveway in the North entrance of the school will be closed for private buses, and MiamiDade County Public School buses.15

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOKWalkersWalking students may enter the school grounds through the North or South Side of theMain Building. Security will ensure that only students enter the building and that all otherpersonnel be directed to the main office.BusBus students will be dropped off in the North entrance of the school and will be escortedoff the bus into the main building by school security.ElevatorThe school elevator is to be used by individuals who are handicapped/injured and cannot usethe stairs.Emergency Contact InformationEmergency Student Data Forms are distributed during the first week of school. Students areexpected to bring the forms home and present them to their parents/guardians. The form must becarefully completed and returned. The information provided on the Emergency Student DataForms will enable school staff to contact the parent/guardian immediately in the case of anemergency. Students may only be released from school to the persons listed on the form afterpresenting a picture identification. No persons, other than school staff, will have access to theinformation submitted.FieldtripsAll fieldtrips must be approved by the principal and Region Superintendent. Participation infieldtrips requires that the student present a fieldtrip form signed by the parent/guardian to his/herteacher(s) in advance. In addition, at times vendors who have a “no refund” policy will requireschools to pay the full amount of the fieldtrip prior to the event. In this case, students/parents willbe notified in advance of the vendor’s “no refund” policy.HomeworkPrincipals are encouraged to work with teachers and parents to implement guidelines found inHomework Policy 2330. Teachers are required to provide students with make-up assignmentsonce the absence has been excused; however, it is the responsibility of the student to requestthe assignments from the teacher(s).Interscholastic Athletics/IntramuralsThe Division of Athletics, Activities and Accreditation works with M-DCPS school sites to providestudents with opportunities to participate in athletics at various levels. Athletic programs areoffered at K-8 Centers, middle schools and high schools. At the middle schools, athletics consists16

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOKof intramural and interscholastic programs. At the high school level, interscholastic programs areoffered at most senior high schools.For participation in interscholastic athletics at the middle school level, a student must have a 2.00GPA in conduct and academics to participate. His or her parent must sign the M-DCPS MiddleSchool Athletic Program Consent and Release from Liability Certificate. For participation ininterscholastic athletics at the high school level, a GPA of 2.00 in conduct and academics isrequired except for incoming freshman. All participants must purchase athletic and/or footballinsurance to participate and must have a current physical form on file.The parents and student must also sign the Contract for Student Participation in InterscholasticCompetitions or Performances. The District also has policies concerning transfer students andparticipation in athletics. If a parent has questions concerning these policies, he or she shouldcontact the Division of Athletics, Activities and Accreditation.Mealtime EnvironmentSchool lunchtime should be an opportunity to encourage healthy lifestyle, promote socializationthat will affect early behaviors.The Department of Food and Nutrition serves healthy meals daily. Please for details on menus, programs, and services. Free BreakfastMiami-Dade County Public Schools offers breakfast free of charge to all M-DCPS Students.The breakfast at no charge is not dependent on the student qualifying for free/reduced pricemeals at lunch. Free/Reduced Price Lunch ProgramThe USDA Child Nutrition Programs as administered by Miami-Dade County PublicSchools provide free and reduced priced lunch for children unable to pay the full price. Inplace of the paper application, School Meal Program Brochures are distributed to allstudents informing parents on the application process and meal program. Parents Paper applications are available in the schoolfront office upon request. Many students are approved through Direct Certification and donot submit a lunch application. If approved for meal benefits, the approval status is validthroughout the school year, the summer, and approximately the first twenty days of thenext school year.Meal PricesBreakfastAll Students No ChargeAdults 2.00School LunchElementary StudentsMiddle/Secondary StudentsPrices 2.25 2.5017

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOKReduced Price lunch, all grade 0.40levelsAdults 3.00 PAYPAMSMiami-Dade County Public School’s Department of Food and Nutrition allowsparents/guardians the convenience to pay online for their child’s meals with a credit or debitcard at Parents/guardians create an account in PayPams for the child, andwill be able to access the following:a. view the account balanceb. schedule automatic paymentsc. receive low-balance e-mail remindersd. view a report of daily spending and cafeteria purchases Peanut Allergies/Peanut-Free SchoolParents/Guardians should notify the school principal of any allergy or other medicalcondition their child has and request the appropriate forms for completion.Parent AcademyMiami-Dade County Public Schools created The Parent Academy to bridge the gap betweenhome and school by connecting parents to valuable resources and information, which answersquestions on topics that impact children’s lives, including helping children learn, parenting skills,financial management, and health and wellness.The Parent Academy supports parents in becoming more involved in their children’s educationand empowers them to set and achieve personal empowerment goals for higher education andcareer advancement by providing free, year-round workshops, classes and events at schools,libraries, parks, colleges, private businesses and neighborhood centers across the county.Parents can participate in workshops and classes that are aligned to their needs and convenientto their homes and workplaces. Upcoming events and workshop offerings are listed on TheParent Academy website at For additional information, please callThe Parent Academy at 305-995-2680.Protocol for Addressing ConcernsFor issues involving an individual teacher or class, parent/guardian address their concerns to thefollowing individuals in the order below.18

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOKTeacherAssistantPrincipalPrincipalRegion Center:Line DirectorRegionSuperintendentSchool OperationsDistrictRecessRecess is supervised, unstructured playtime where children have choices, develop rules for playand release energy and stress. Recess will be conducted outdoors when weather permits. Inthe case of inclement weather, appropriate recess activities will be conducted indoors.Schools shall provide at least 100 minutes of supervised, safe, and unstructured free-play recesseach week for students in kindergarten through grade 5, so that there are at least 20 consecutiveminutes of free-play recess per day.Safety and Security Code Yellow/Code RedIn the event of an emergency, the primary responsibility of all school personnel is toprovide for the safety of all students. In the event a school administrator announces apossible threat to students and staff safety exists within the community (Code Yellow), oran imminent threat to students and staff safety exists within the school (Code Red)students, faculty and staff will comply with all the procedures outlined in the Miami-DadeCounty Public Schools Critical Incident Response Plan and remain on lockdown until aschool administrator makes an “All Clear” announcement.19

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOK Emergency Operations PlanStudent and employee safety is a primary concern of the Miami-Dade County PublicSchool (M-DCPS) System. The Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) was created to provideschool personnel with the necessary leadership skills and knowledge needed to respondto critical incidents or other related emergencies that may occur in our schools/community.All schools have a site-specific plan to address all types of critical incidents. These plansaddress the individual needs of the school, and provide guidelines for devising methodsfor communicating with the staff, students, parents/guardians, and the media during acritical incident or an emergency. Some of the protective action procedures include theevacuation of students/staff from the building(s), evacuation of the disabled and ifnecessary the relocation of students/staff from the school campus, lockdown proceduresand holding/dismissing students during school and community emergencies. Someimportant tips for parents/guardians to remember during a Critical Incident are as follows:o Remain calm;o Monitor media outlets for updates and official messages from M-DCPS;o Do not flood the school with telephone calls; ando If the school is on lockdown, wait until the lockdown is lifted before going to theschool.All school administrators, Region Center Superintendents/Directors and all M-DCPSPolice officers have been adequately trained in the school EOP and are prepared torespond immediately during a critical incident or emergency to provide safety for allchildren.BeSafe Anonymous Reporting System (Insert Flyer) doc/68128 Be Safe Anonymous Reporting System Flyer.pdf Fire DrillsTen fire drills will take place during the school year according to the Miami-Dade CountyPublic Schools Policy and Emergency Procedures. At the sound of the emergency bell,students must stop what they are doing and follow the teacher’s instructions. Studentsmust clear the building promptly by the prescribed route. Any student who is in the hallwayor the restroom at the sound of the emergency bell must proceed to the nearest exit andlocate the teacher. Students, teachers and staff must remain outside the building untilpermission is given to re-enter. VisitorsDue to legal regulations, students are not permitted to have guests attend school withthem at any time. Parents/guardians are always welcome and tours may be arranged toview the school. Classroom visits require a 24-hour notice. Visitors must first register with20

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLPARENT/STUDENT HANDBOOKsecurity at the main entrance, sign-in, produce photo identification, and then proceed toregister in the main office. Anyone who fails to follow these procedures will be considereda trespasser and is subject to arrest.School Activities/ClubsAll School Activities, clubs, and organizations must be approved by the principal and conform tothe district policies 5845 - Student Activities, 5830 - Student Fundraising and 9211 – ParentOrganization, Booster Clubs, and Other Fund-Raising Activities. ClubsMiami-Dade County Public Schools’ students may participate in a wide variety of activities,including student council, subject-area clubs, honor societies, service clubs, schoolpublications and class activities. School-sponsored clubs may be curriculum-related ornoncurriculum-related.Curriculum-related clubs are student groups whose goals are an extension of the activitiesand objectives in a particular subject area within the school's curriculum. Conversely,noncurriculum-related clubs are student groups whose goals are special interest orientedand not directly related to the curriculum. Meetings of noncurriculum-related clubs may bescheduled only at times when instruction is not taking place, either before or after school.School Center for Special Instructions (SCSI)School administrators may elect to assign students to the School Center for SpecialInstruction (SCSI) as an alternative to suspension from school. SCSI is designed to providestrategies and resources to students focused on learning new behavior skills. When misconductin a class results in an assignment to SCSI, the student should be removed from only the class inwhich the misconduct occurred. Continued misconduct can result in the removal from all classes.School Class Picture ProcessThe school class picture monies will no longer be collected by school staff for this activity.Collection of monies will be conducted by the photographer and/or photographer’s staff.At no time, shall a staff member, parent, volunteer, or member of a school-allied organizationsuch as the PTA handle school class picture monies.School TransportationMiami-Dade County Public Schools will transport more than 60,000 students a day this schoolyear, using a fleet of 1,300 buses on nearly 1100 school-bus routes. The service is for studentswho live more than two (2) miles from their assigned school and for special needs students.Before school begins, parents/guardians of all students eligible for bus transportation will receivea post card from the school district identifying the student's bus stop and times of pick-up anddelivery. Information on student bus assignments will be posted on the Parent Portal The information on bus assignments on the Parent Portal is updated eachnight. Parents/guardians are encouraged to check the Parent Portal throughout the school yearto obtain the most current information on their children’s bus assignment.21


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