The Phoenix Feather
Homer Flex High School - Week of January 2, 2023
January 13: Early Release
January 16: SCHOOL DAY - make up for 12/12/22 Snow Day
February 3: Last day of third rotation
February 6: First day of fourth rotation
February 16-17: Student-Led Parent Teacher Conferences
February 20 - 24 and February 27 - March 3: Artist in the Schools Program with Art Koeninger
PE at the HERC
Artist in the Schools Program
Online Student Forms
We have received a handful of the Student Forms from parents/guardians. Thank you to those who have filled them out! It is important that all parents/guardians complete these online forms for their student for the 2022-2023 school year. Please take a few minutes to make sure we have accurate information for your student. If you have any questions, please call the school at 235-5558. Thank you!
Click the button below to go to the Parent Portal.
1. Sign in or create your parent account.
2. Check to make sure your student(s) is listed. If not, click "Add Student".
Please be sure you fill out the following forms. If a form is not assigned to you, click the add button to add it to your profile.
Returning Student Information Update
Parent/Student Handbook Letter
School Survey Parent Release
Student Injuries Parent Letter
Title 1 E-Rate Household Survey/Free-Reduced Lunch
If you wish your student to be eligible to check out a Chromebook, you will also need to add the Devise Checkout Agreement.
Flex Digital Citizenship
As we return to our classrooms after so much time spent with online learning, the staff here at Flex have noticed a significant increase in distracted cell phone and technology use by our students. Part of our mission here at the school is to help students learn to live "adult lives," and with that comes the responsibility to act responsibly, especially in regards technology. Teaching students when it is appropriate to be using cell phones and be on non-educational content is the first step in this process. We are implementing new strategies to address this situation in our classrooms, and plan to employ community circles to facilitate discussions between students and staff. We realize that cell phone use, especially text messages, have become part of everyday life, and we hope to help students learn when and where it's appropriate to check them. You can help your student while they are in class by calling the office to leave messages and as a way to contact them in case of emergencies. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns, and thank you for your support!