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Volunteers are an important part of our school family. To maintain campus security, first time volunteer applicants pay $25 for a Florida Department of Law Enforcement background check.
Check out our interactive school menus, with integrated, easy-to-read nutritional information. Visit polk-fl.nutrislice.com
Students who come to school with head lice contribute to the spread of this condition in Polk County Schools. Control of head lice depends on prompt identification and effective treatment. You can help by checking your child's head for the presence of head lice on a regular basis. Click on the letter below to learn more.
Letter to Parents, English | Letter to Parents, Spanish
The Information Systems and Technology Division is pleased to share with you their quarterly newsletter.
Polk County Public School District plans to offer several summer learning opportunities this summer. Our new summer learning programs will offer eligible students opportunities to not only avoid summer learning loss... but to accelerate and extend their learning through both fun and enriching hands-on activities.
If home school, full time virtual school, private school, or charter school students wish to participate in sports at the public high school they are zoned for, the parents must notify the Principal and/or the Athletic Director BEFORE the first day of practice for that sport in order to be eligible to participate in that sport. All FHSAA paperwork and eligibility requirements must also be completed before the students can begin any activities associated with that team.
Florida Virtual School and the Florida Safety Council have teamed up to take Driver's Education to the next level! Now, Polk County students can enroll in both the online Driver's Ed course and behind-the-wheel training for FREE! Students can complete the course in 6-8 weeks or can talk with their FLVS instructor about an accelerated 3-week pace plan.
The Free Recruiting Webinar provides answers to common questions concerning the collegiate athletic recruiting process for high school student-athletes, parents, counselors and coaches. All too often parents and high school student-athletes enter the recruiting process not properly prepared for the obstacles that await them.