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Pasco eSchool Course Registration

Pasco eSchool Student Registration Guide

  1. Visit and click “Enroll” in the top right navigation.
  2. Enrollment pop-up window: • Select “Grades 6-12” next to County Virtual School
  3. Get started New students:
    • Select “New Students Start Here”
    • Customize your catalog by selecting your state, county, and student type
    • Click “Continue” Returning students:
    • If you have an existing login, input your username and password
    • Click “Log In”
  4. Enroll in courses:
    Click on desired course to view more details, such as Description, Topics and Concepts, Prerequisites, and more.
    • Choose the semesters (1, 2, or Both)
    • If applicable, check the box verifying you meet noted prerequisites
    • Select your preferred start date
    • Select Florida Virtual School or your County Virtual School
    • Click “Continue”
  5. Follow the prompts by selecting:
    • Your reason(s) for enrolling with FLVS
    • If this course is on your physical school schedule • How you heard about FLVS
    • Click “Continue”
  6. Review your backpack:
    • Review courses selected, including start dates and semesters chosen
    • Click “Edit” to make changes or “Delete” to remove from My Backpack
    • To sign up for more, click “Add More Courses” and follow same process
    • Click “Continue” Returning students, please skip to step #11

7. Create your account:

  • Click “Create My Account”
  • Complete all the fields onscreen (Anything with an orange * is required)
  • Click “Sign Up”
  • Write down your Username and Password 8. Complete your student information:
  • Complete all the fields onscreen (Anything with an orange * is required)
  • Click “Next” when you complete each page 9. Complete your parent/guardian information:
  • Complete all the fields in the next screen (Anything with an orange * must be filled in)
  • Click “Next” when you complete each page 10. Select your race/ethnicity:
    The Department of Education requires this information • Select appropriate boxes
    • Click “Next” 11. Verify that all information is correct, and click “Continue” 12. Review the student and parent/guardian commitments: • Check the appropriate boxes
    • Click “Submit” 13. Completeyourregistration:

• To finalize registration and place you with an instructor, the following verification is required:
» Homeschool students: guardian verification
» Public, Private, or Charter School students: guidance verification

You can review selections by clicking “View Course Request Summary.”

Hurricane Irma

Children and teenagers can become anxious when their routines are disrupted by natural disasters such as a hurricane. Parents should try to address those fears in a factual, reassuring manner.  If you remain calm, your children will often follow your behavior.

While we wait for Hurricane Irma, there are resources available:

RB Stewart MS is a hurricane shelter.  Please evacuate if you are in Zone A or need a sturdy structure.


Hurricane Prep Steps:

What to Say to your Teen:

When school resumes, our counseling team will be available to help our students as we recover from the effects of Hurricane Irma.


RBSMS Parent University

RBSMS welcomes students and their families to our annual Parent University.

Staff from all curriculum areas, electives, and special programs will be in the Commons to welcome you, provide information and goodies, answer questions, and assist with registration.  At 6:30, the presentation will begin in the cafeteria on next year’s course offereings and will feature administration, the counseling department, AVID, and Infinity staff.

See you Thursday, March 9th at 6:00pm at RBSMS!


From January 23-27, 2017, RBSMS is participating in the national Great Kindness Challenge.  Students have a list of kind acts they can perform on- and off-campus and can submit the list for prizes at the end of the week.  Staff can initial acts they witness, or students can take selfies and post to RBSMS Facebook (@RBSMS) or to Twitter (@rbstewartms) using the hashtag #greatkindnesschallenge   We’re so excited to see the positive effects of kindness!

1/23:  Ms. Holzum and Ms. Pinsky presented live on the news to the students information about the Kindness Challenge

1/25: During News (Ms Campbell & Ms. Webb)   2017 GKC at RBSMS Day 3     +       After-News Video:  What is Kindness?

1/26:  During News (Ms Campbell & Ms. Webb) Day 4 2017 RBSMS GKC           +          After-News Video:  How To Change The World With Kindness:


Red Ribbon Week 2016

Monday, October 24th- “Team Up To Be Drug Free”: Wear your favorite collegiate sports team attire.

Tuesday, October 25th- “Being Drug Free is My Super Power”: Dress like your favorite Super Hero.

Wednesday, October 26th- “Buddy Up Against Drugs”: Buddy up with a friend and dress like twins.

Thursday, October 27th- “Hair’s to a Drug Free Life”: Show your drug free spirit with wild hair.

Friday, October 28th- “Peace Out to Drugs”: Wear tie-dye and peace signs.

Monday, October 31st- “Bulldog Strong Against Drugs”: Show your bulldog pride and wear orange and black, our school colors.

We look forward to celebrating Red Ribbon Week’s focus on healthy, drug-free choices!   Each day, your counselors will be on the morning announcements,  put on special activities, will spotlight the natural high of famous athletes, artists, and musicians.