Color of Our Worlds BTS 2019 SY
Educating ALL Students for Success!
Student Identification System
As part of a continuous effort to support student success, the District will introduce a new student badge identification system this school year.
In addition to allowing students to board buses, purchase meals and check out materials from libraries, the badges will help us ensure the continued safety and security of our campuses.
Please click here to learn more!
***To clarify, elementary students will not be penalized for forgetting their badges, as we know this will be a new process and expectation for many families.
The Code of Student Conduct does allow for middle and high school students to face discipline for failing to wear their badges, as this is considered a Level 1 disciplinary offense in the Code of Student Conduct.
More information is available (beginning on page 13) here.
Calendars, School Info and Registration Forms
Get the scoop on everything you need to know for the 2019-2020 school year! Download a copy of the District’s school year and assessment calendars, review required immunizations for school entry, learn what school your child is zoned to attend, and access registration forms. Don’t forget to double-check the dates for Student Orientation/Meet the Teacher events at your child’s school!
Looking for school hours, student meal information or bus schedules? Supply lists, dress code or Extended Day information? Wondering what the new student identification system is all about or how you can get involved at your child’s school? Click the links below to learn more!
- Meet the Teacher/ Student Orientation Calendar
- Extended Day Information
- Bus Routes
- Breakfast/Lunch Menus
- Free/Reduced-Price Meal Application
- Code of Student Conduct
- Student Mental Wellness Plan
- Dress Code**
- Career & Technical Education Program Information
- School Volunteer Information
- School Safety & Security Information
- FOCUS (Student Attendance and Grade Information)
**Individual schools may have extended dress code requirements beyond what is listed in this document. Please contact your child's school directly for details.
Title I Schools Saw Increases in their Letter Grades!
- SeaWind Elementary School ("C" in the 2017-2018 school year to "A" in the 2018-2019 school year)
- Warfield Elementary School ("C" in the 2017-2018 school year to to "A" in the 2018-2019 school year)
Congratulations on the "A" school grade!
In addition, these Title I schools ranked in the top 10% of similar schools in the state in at least one category:
- SeaWind Elementary School (ranked in the top 10% of all elementary schools for English Language Arts Learning Gains of the Lowest Quartile and Math Learning Gains)
- Warfield Elementary School (ranked in the top 10% of all elementary schools for English Language Arts Learning Gains of the Lowest Quartile and Math Learning Gains of the Lowest Quartile).
Martin County School District Title I Schools and Program Staff
Hobe Sound Elementary
JD Parker Elementary School
Pinewood Elementary School
Port Salerno Elementary School
Seawind Elementary School
Warfield Elementary School
David Anderson Middle School
Indiantown Middle School
Willoughby Learning Center
Title I Program Staff
Shela Khanal, Director of Title I Programs
Debra George, Coordinator of Title I Programs
Deb Stull, Coordinator District Title Programs: ELL, Immigrant, and FIT
Casey Vasko, Federal Programs/ Equitable Services Liaison
Yvonne Blanco, Title I Department Secretary