Here are some information that provide instruction on identifying, preventing, and responding to bullying and harrassment.
The School Board of Levy County is excited to announce that PreK for 4 year olds will be a FREE FULL DAY program. Your child must be 4 years old on or before September 1, of the current school year. Breakfast, lunch, and transportation will also be free. Applications will open online January 1, for the school year that begins in August.
Before applying you will need:
Your child must have a VPK certificate.
To obtain a VPK certificate please go to the website at http://familyservices.floridaearlylearning.com click on family portal.
Proof of your child’s age:
by birth certificate or updated immunization record
Proof of physical address:
or a utility bill less than 60 days old
or a paystub less than 30 days old
or a car registration with current information on it
or a lease with first page, last page, and signature page
You will have to upload these two items during the application. After you submit the application online you will receive the Child Eligibility Certificate 2 to three business days later.
Local libraries or the Early Learning Coalition have computers you can use. If you have questions please call the Early Learning Coalition 352-490-5855.
Print this out and quickly take it to the school nearest you. Do this quickly so that your child will be put on the list to attend PreK.
If, due to a loss of housing, you must live in a shelter, motel, vehicle, or campground, on the street, in abandoned buildings or doubled-up with relatives or friends, then you are eligible to receive services provided under the McKinney-Vento Act.
YOUR CHILDREN HAVE THE RIGHT TO:
If you have any questions, please contact the district Homeless Education Liaison, Rebecca Childs at (352) 486-5231 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also learn more about your rights at the Florida Department of Education’s K-12 Bureau of Student Assistance at http://www.fldoe.org/bsa/title1/titlex.asp .
The ability to securely connect to virtual systems is an important element within a safe and supportive learning environment. That is why the Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (REMS) Technical Assistance (TA) Center has spent the past year researching how cyber incidents affect education agencies and steps they can take to respond. The result of that research is the development of three fact sheets for schools, school districts and institutions of higher education (IHEs) on cyber safety and cybersecurity. Find details about each fact sheet below. To download a copy, click the fact sheet title.
For general information related to cyber incidents, visit the NEW Topic-Specific Resources section of the REMS TA Center site:https://rems.ed.gov/Resources_
You may also access related Webinars we’ve created on this topic for K-12 and higher ed populations:
Elementary Option 1 Traditional Student Expectations (English)
Elementary Option 1 Traditional Student Expectations (Spanish)
Secondary Option 1 Traditional Student Expectations (English)
Secondary Option 1 Traditional Student Expectations (Spanish)
Elementary Option 3 Virtual Student Expectations (English)
Elementary Option 3 Virtual Student Expectations (Spanish)
Secondary Option 3 Virtual Student Expectations (English)