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Libraries Rock for Summer 2018!!

Bored with summer already? Looking for something to do? Click below to see all the great activities happening at all Polk County Public Libraries this summer.


School Supply List for 2018-2019

Click below to view or print a our new school supply lists for grades 6-12.

 


Backpacks for 2018 - 2019 School Year

Polk County Public Schools will NOT be imposing a districtwide ban on backpacks and lunchboxes, and will NOT be requiring clear backpacks or lunchboxes for the 2018-19 school year.

We hope this information will be helpful for families as you shop for school supplies and prepare for the new school year.

Please know that we will continue to work with our law enforcement partners to keep our campuses safe. For more information on our new School Safety Guardian program, please visit https://tinyurl.com/yc6pr3qw


Are you signed up for Parent Portal?

The myPolkSchools.net Parent Portal is an on-line service offered to parents and guardians of Polk County K-12 students. The service will bring together into one single web page information about ALL of the students for a particular parent.  Instead of visiting several different websites, making telephone calls or visiting the school to access records or information, parents may conveniently access them all from any Internet-connected computer. See student grades, lunch account status, student schedules, and so much more. The most important goal of the Parent Portal is to enhance district-to-school-to-home communication as outlined in the Polk County Schools Strategic Plan item 7(1): “Establish an effective system of communication linking district, school and home.

Are you signed up for Parent Portal? Click here for information about signing up.


Parent Information Resource Centers

The goal of PIRC is to educate, equip, and partner with our students and their support systems by offering a wide variety of relevant and effective programs and resources that will make a positive impact on the individual and the community. By building strong parent-learning communities we will increase student achievement in our schools and empower parents to raise children who are successful in school and in life.


New Student ID & Lanyard Expectations

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Click on the image to enlarge. For more information on Dress Code, please go to our General Info page.


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