Erase The Hate Week is our annual event celebrating everyone’s uniqueness and appreciating our differences. We’re celebrating this year from Friday 9/21 daily through Monday 10/1 with a different theme, video, and activities each day to help us build the best school climate possible!
School counselor lessons focused on teaching students who to see for help and how to reach out, what bullying is versus conflict and rude or mean behavior, how to report, and not taking out upset feelings on yourself or others but to instead use healthy coping skills that were taught.
The 2018 National Suicide Prevention Week is September 10-14. Counselors will teach in Social Studies classrooms direct instruction on managing feelings, using social skills to resolve conflict, and on strengthening coping skills. Students will be provided with a information on many healthy ways to cope with feelings, situations, and conflicts.
Make your appointment in July with the school counselor to select courses for the school year — don’t wait until the August rush!!
REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS: MUST PRESENT THESE ITEMS:
PARENT/GUARDIAN’S DRIVER’S LICENSE
PROOFS OF RESIDENCY IN THE STEWART MIDDLE SCHOOL ZONE (if Driver’s License address isn’t current) — current utility bill, lease agreement, house contract etc. showing parent/guardian’s name and physical address (PO Boxes are not acceptable)
504 Plan/IEP (if applicable) – current IEP & Psychological report.
REPORT CARD/TRANSCRIPT FROM LAST SCHOOL
IN-STATE(but not Pasco County) Florida TRANSFERS: Students transferring from another Florida school must present these additional items upon registration:
4 DPT + 1 booster
3 POLIO + 1 booster
Hepatitis B Series
TDAP Booster (7th Grade)
Variciella (chicken pox) – 2 vaccines for 6th gr.
OUT-OF-STATE TRANSFERS: Students entering a Pasco County School for the first time must have ALL of the above itemsPLUS the following items:
CURRENT PHYSICAL – dated and signed by a physician within the last 12 months and specifies heart, lungs and blood pressure. Needs to be more than a statement that reads “child is in good health or normal”.