Notice to parents: Early check-outs that are 15 minutes prior to school dismissal are prohibited.
Migrant Program Contacts
Graciela Hernandez-Recruiter: (863) 471-5416 or (863) 381-9163
Brenda Delphin-Migrant Office: (863) 471-5416
Delilah Marquez-Academic Advocate: (863) 214-4943
All Florida students in grades 6-12 must receive a minimum of five hours of education in youth mental health awareness and assistance based upon Administrative Code Rule 6A-1.094121. Students will be receiving this instruction over the course of the next four months using Purpose Prep’s nationally adopted Social Emotional Learning (SEL) curriculum. Below is the content outline Scope and Sequence for the curriculum and a parent letter from the SBHC Associate Superintendent of schools, Melissa Blackman.
Purpose Prep Parent Letter
9th Grade Scope and Sequence
10th Grade Scope and Sequence
11th Grade Scope and Sequence
12th Grade Scope and Sequence
Free Internet for SHS Students
SHS has partnered with the Sprint One Million Project to provide high speed internet to students without reliable connections at home. Students will receive a wireless hot spot with 10Gb of data per month with no charge to the student ever!! If the student goes over the 10Gb it will throttle down to 256k but still allow access to the internet. All data is filtered in accordance with CIPA (Child Internet Protection Act). Students only need to confirm they have a need, (for example; no connection at home or work, slow speeds, to many people on the network at one time, long travel times to and from school, or only one computer at home, etc). Contact Mrs. Noethlich (email@example.com) for additional information.