Together , we are The 1104
Welcome back 1104 families!
Happy New Year! I am looking forward to the amazing things we will continue to accomplish as a school this year: building a stronger school through rigorous instruction and meeting the needs of each and every student with personalized learning and student support groups.
Our recommittment for the 24-25 school year begins this week. We hope you love all of the things we do at The 1104. Each year, our staff works hard to improve and excel to give your child the best education possible. Next year, we will continue to work to provide academic excellence and high student achievment in our safe, kind, welcoming school enviroment. To hold your child's spot for next year, please complete your recommittment form by January 31st. Open enrollment begins February 1st and our first lottery will be March 1st.
I am looking forward to a fantastic second half of the school year as we continue working together to make Palm Bay an amazing school.
Return to School
Instruction will recommence for students on Monday, January 8 promptly at 8:00. Students arriving after 8:00am are considered tardy. Parents will need to park in the parking lot and will need to be escorted into the building by an adult and sign in at the front office.
New Year, New Semester!
Grading and Report Cards
As a reminder the 2nd quarter grading period closed on 12/17. The 3rd quarter grading period will begin on 1/8. Report cards will be posted on January 17 at 4:00 p.m.
Jan. 10 - HS Boys Soccer @ Bozeman 4:30 KO
Jan, 12-13 HS Boys Soccer Tournament @ Rutherford
Jan. 16: HS Boys Soccer @ HOME vs Port St. Joe
Jan. 18: HS Boys Soccer @ North Bay Haven 5:00 KO
Jan. 20 MS Girls Soccer Jamboree @ home
Jan. 23 MS Girls Soccer @ Surfside
Jan. 25 MS Girls Soccer HOME vs. Mowat
Jan 30 MS GIrls Soccer @ Bay Haven
Feb, 1 MS Girls Soccer @ Merritt Brown
Dress Code reminder
● Palm Bay T-Shirts or Palm Bay Polo Shirts Only
● Any Palm Bay Club/Sports T-shirt
All Palm Bay shirts are available for purchase or to order at the school office.
Outerwear and Pullover garment:
Any pullover garment that is worn all day (sweater, sweatshirt) must:
be solid white, solid gray, or black or school- purchased with Palm Bay logo
Outerwear is not considered a pullover garment. Jackets must be unbuttoned/unzipped with dress code appropriate shirt underneath. Outwear may be any color however it must not contain inappropriate imagery or language.
While on campus, students will not be permitted to wear hoods covering their head. Students will be asked to remove their outwear in classrooms.
● Approved Colors: Khaki, Blue, Black, solid color Blue or Black Jeans (No rips or tears in any part of the jeans).
● Pants, skirt, shorts, skorts and capris may be worn
● They must be worn at the natural waistline
● No tights, No Yoga or Spandex (K-2 girls may wear leggings)
● In accordance with Florida State Law SB228: ▪ Undergarments shall not be visible
● Shorts and skirts must extend to the knee
● Absolutely no sweat jogger pants
No Slippers, Slides, No Crocs or No Rubber shoes (with or without socks).
No Heels Higher than 1 inch
No Backless Shoes and No FlipFlops
Closed toes shoes MUST be worn
For more information about Palm Bay Schools
Palm Bay Schools Vision
Palm Bay Schools Mission
Palm Bay Schools Core Values
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