Raider Report Parent Newsletter

September 10, 2020

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From the Principal's Desk

Dear Families,

We had great start to the school year and students are doing a great job in the traditional setting with adhering to masks and social distancing guidelines. In mySchool online we have been excited to see how our teachers and students are using technology to connect in new ways. There have been a few glitches getting started but we have learned from early challenges and feel that we have a good plan moving forward.

We know that some families have wanted to change their options, please see the video below from Mr. Browning. It is important that we help students have instructional continuity for the school year and stay with their option through at least the end of the first semester.

If you are considering making a permanent choice in your child’s learning option, please do so by Friday, September 11th. Please call CLMS at 727-246-1600.

Please watch this video from Superintendent Browning discussing the value of instructional continuity for our students and scheduling. Video:


Mr. Huyck


Crews Lake Middle School

Emergency Contact Information

It is vitally important that we have updated emergency contact information for all of our families.

Please visit the link below to update your contact information in the myStudent system.


Starting Monday, September 14th all students in Pasco county will receive free meals through December from the USDA.

Also families on the mySchool online platform will be able to pick up a week's worth of breakfasts and lunches at a time starting Friday, September 18th.

mySchool Online food pickup is from 9:00 to 9:30 am in the car loop on Fridays. Parents can go to, click on FOR PARENTS and there is a section for mySchool Online Resources. From there they can view the menu and fill out the preorder form for the following week. Preorders are requested, not mandatory.

Quarantine/Isolation Information

If students are quarantined or isolated due to illness or COVID exposure, they will be able to keep up with their work on the myLearning platform. Students will NOT be transferred to mySchool online during that timeframe.

The school may or may not have devices to loan to families depending on the number of devices available at that moment for checkout.

Please see the document below for more information and to make plans in case your student is impacted at some point this year.

mySchool Online Parent University Link Below

Link to the ReOpening Plan