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  • NEW COVID-19 Community Action Survey: Help Florida Flatten the Curve

    April 6, 2020 TO: Florida Parents FROM: Commissioner of Education Richard Corcoran SUBJECT: NEW COVID-19 Community Action Survey: Help Florida Flatten the Curve As Florida continues to work to fight the spread of COVID-19, the Florida Department of Health today launched a new public website, StrongerThanC-19. This community action survey is intended for Florida residents to anonymously answer a brief series of questions which the Department will use to help inform and improve the state’s response to COVID-19. Each Floridian is asked to do their part to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Florida by spending less than two minutes answering the community action survey questions. Once completed, you will have the option to share the StrongerThanC-19 website with your family and friends via social media or email. The StrongerThanC-19 media release can be review here for additional information. Your dedication during these ever-changing times is greatly valued and appreciated. Be assured, Florida is stronger than COVID-19; and together, we can flatten the curve. Take the survey now >> For updates regarding COVID-19 from the Florida Department of Education, including free distance learning resources and guidance, please visit ### For more information about the Florida Department of Education, visit We are located at: 325 West Gaines Street Tallahassee, Florida 32399

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  • AHEC Information + Telemedicine

    AHEC has update their school AHEC clinic locations and information. Additionally they are going to begin Telehealth Services. Now patients may stay at home and have their health visit conducted via our HIPAA compliant video system. Keys AHEC Health Centers is now offering Telehealth Medical Visits right from your Home. Student and current patients may call Keys AHEC at 305 743 7111 ext. 210 to schedule a visit from Home. Our goal is to keep all of you safe while providing the health care you need. Telehealth visits may be done from your computer or smartphone. Call Jennifer today to schedule your appointment. All the same protocols remain in place for onsite visits where patients will be assessed for COVID 19 prior to ever entering the bldg. Our goal is to keep everyone safe and healthy.

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  • Contact Phone Numbers

    During the school closure through May 1, below are the phone numbers that will provide information between 8:00-3:00. Front office/English - 305-563-9178 Spanish questions or support - 305-563-9383 Creole questions or support - 786-505-3905 Registration - 305-563-9582 Transcripts - 305-563-9558 Administration - 305-209-4440 Attendance - 305-293-1549 extension 54320 Technical Support - 305-293-1549 extension 54314

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  • Positive Changes to Online Learning

    Good news we have made positive changes to Online Learning. Don’t give up!! Modifications have been made to our servers to better accommodate live streaming and access to our programs such as Google for all students. These changes will implement automatically when the students login to their device. We encourage each student to log off and log back in to their device to initiate the change. We look forward to an even better week of online learning on April 5th and thank you for your patience and support during this transition. If your child is still in need of a device, please contact your school’s main line to check out the device. Click below for Spanish Audio Recording. Haga clic a continuación para la grabación de audio en Español.

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    Congratulations on your first day of online instruction with an understanding that tech issues may occur. With this new learning platform, students should be logging into their account daily on the schedule attached and be sure to connect with their teachers. If there are questions or the need for support, call the following numbers: English 305-563-9178 Spanish 305-563—9383 Creole 786-505-3905 Registrar 305-563-9582 TECH support 305-293-1549 extension 54314

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    Virtual classes begin Apr. 1st. Our schedule is posted on our website. It allows teacher and students a 3 hour block to connect since much will be via phone, email and Google meet. Some instruction will be live. Students should go to their email to access class invites and see individual course instructions. If live lessons are done, they will be primarily done on this schedule: Science 8:00-9:00, Math 9:00-10:00, Social Studies 10:00-11:00, English/Reading 11:00-12:00 and Electives 12:00-1:00. Teachers are collaborating so there shouldn't be overlap with live lessons. There will be time within the lessons for breaks and lunch. Remember that grab and go meals are available daily from 11:00-12:00 in the front loop. See the attached for the full hours teachers are available to connect with students during engagement time and to log into virtual classrooms for full instructional assignments. Attendance will be taken through participation in daily activities and grades will be posted in Focus. We are encouraging students to log in and get started on this new journey!

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  • Frequently Asked Questions About Virtual Learning

    We know parents have many questions about the new virtual learning that begins Apr. 1. Please see the attached to get answers to some of the most common questions. Available in English, Spanish and Creole

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  • Updated Information on Grab and Go Meal Locations

    Monroe County School District Food Services has an important update about meal service locations in your area. Starting Monday, March 30th, we are adding mobile meal service locations in addition to the current drive-through location at Key West High, Horace O’Bryant, and Poinciana Elementary. All locations will operate Monday through Friday. The additional locations and times are: Porter Place (White Street near the Housing Office) 11:00 am – 11:20 am George Allen Apartments (behind the office near the playground) 11:30 am – 11:50 am The corner of Truman/Emma 11:00 am – 11:20 am The drive through locations at Key West High, Horace O’Bryant, and Poinciana Elementary will continue to operate Monday through Friday from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. Please refer to the Monroe County School District website for more information.

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  • Directions and Schedule for Virtual Learning

    The information for how to access virtual learning and the schedule is attached. The schedule allows for flexibility, however, students should connect with all of their teachers to determine each courses outline. Click below:

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  • Free Internet for those who need it.

    Comcast is offering two months of free internet service for those in need. Details can be found here:

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  • Key West High School College and Career Updates

    Seniors – please see info and updates regarding scholarships and other information from Mrs. Estenoz.

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  • Online Academic Resources

    The MCSD website currently has up-to-date information and academic resources available at

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  • School Social Worker Support

    Click below for"School Social Worker Support" & "Quick Guides to Monroe County Community Resources - COVID-19"

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  • As of March 20: Advanced Placement Testing Information

    We know that students, parents, and teachers are concerned about AP testing. This is the latest information from College Board: (Click below)

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  • Census 2020

    Every one of us has the chance to shape the future. Make sure you are counted! An accurate snapshot means that communities across the nation receive the funding, services, and business support they deserve and need. In addition, your responses are confidential. Learn more about the Census at

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    Welcome to Key West High School, a school of diverse opportunities with high expectations where we strive for students to be the best they can be personally, academically, athletically and socially.
    School Logo with conch shell Key West High P.R.I.D.E Perseverance respect integrity dedication excellence join the tradition  
      To empower all students to maximize their potential and prepare them with the skills and experiences necessary to be college or career ready and to develop those character traits that will enable them to be productive members of society.
    We focus on R2D2: Respect, Responsibility, Dedication, Determination
    · Students are our priority and their learning opportunities are the central focus.
    · All students have the right to a safe and drug-free learning environment.
    · Parents, community members, agencies and the school work collaboratively to provide the support needed for each child to experience success.
    · Relationships are strengthened and perspectives are broadened through diversity and equity.
    · Teachers and administrators are leaders and innovators whose primary responsibility is to engage students in high-quality learning experiences that result in student achievement.
         CONCH PRIDE - Perseverance Respect Integrity Dedication Excellence