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Important Information for Parents

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The Monroe County School District Parent Guide is available online.  Click here to view this important resource for parents!


 
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The Monroe County School Board believes that parent involvement is essential for the school district to fulfill its mission of preparing students to become lifelong learners and productive citizens.

District Title I Parent Involvement Policy

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Key West Boundaries - Information and map depicting Key West school boundaries.


School Choice - Controlled Open Enrollment

Controlled Open Enrollment is the school selection process for Monroe County Public Schools.  Parents have the opportunity to request a school other than the school in their designated attendance area, but only within their geographic region of the Upper Keys, Middle Keys, or Lower Keys.   Parents may also apply to the three charter schools in the district. - for more information, click here.


The Monroe County School District Website provides parents with up-to-date information concerning the following: District Calendar, School Times, Parent Resources, News, Key West Boundaries, and general information and data on each school. Please visit the school websites for updated information concerning classroom events and activities. Registration Information


Student Progression Plan

Student Progression Plan - A document containing all of the school district's academic guidelines and expectations. It is reviewed annually and modified to reflect our goals. State law requires all of Florida's 67 counties to develop and maintain a comprehensive program for pupil progression. The law was enacted by the Florida State Legislature as the Educational Accountability Act of 1976 to establish testing guidelines and standards to monitor and evaluate academic performance in reading, writing, science, and mathematics for students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
 


 Florida's Early Intervention Program
Florida's Early Intervention Program is improving its service delivery system to better support infants and toddlers and their families - in places where they live, learn and play.  An enhanced family-focused early intervention system called Early Steps has replaced the former Infants & Toddlers Early Intervention Program.  Read more about this service on the  new  Webpage for Families interested in Early Steps .


Connecting Parents to Monroe County Schools
The Family and School Partnership for Student Achievement Law was created to provide parents with specific information about their child's education progress; provide parents with comprehensive information about their choices and opportunities for involvement in their child's education; and to provide a framework for building and strengthening partnerships among parents, teachers, principals, district school superintendents, and other personnel. Click to open the   Monroe County Public School's Parent Guide in English or Spanish.



Information for Elementary Parents (changes daily):

Information for Middle / High School Parents
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