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"Got Respect?"

September 16, 2019

“Got Respect?" Tour speaker, Christ Hollyfied, visited Mossy Head School to discuss with students the emotional and physical effects of bullying, and also how to recognize and avoid it among their peers. Chris uses his experiences, his life struggles, and stories to give students real life examples of bullying and how to overcome it so they can go on to be healthy and successful.

We would like to invite all of our families to Mossy Head School’s “DADS TAKE YOUR CHILD TO SCHOOL DAY" event on Tuesday, September 24, 2019. We encourage all fathers to attend the grade level activity planned for their child. All father figures are welcomed, including stepfathers, grandfathers, uncles, brothers, foster fathers and other significant role models. Although the event is centered on fathers, mothers and other family members are also welcome.

The intent of this initiative is to highlight the significant difference fathers and father figures can make by taking a more active role in their children’s educational experience. When fathers play a more active role in a child’s education, children perform better academically; have fewer discipline problems; and become more responsible adults. We hope all fathers will take this opportunity to become more familiar with our school and staff and that you will return often.

“DADS TAKE YOUR CHILD TO SCHOOL DAY” is just one chance for us to shine the spotlight on dads and encourage men to get involved in the school setting. For more information about “DADS TAKE YOUR CHILD TO SCHOOL DAY,” please contact Mossy Head School at 892-1290. We hope to have great attendance during this event.

Schedule of events for Tuesday, September 24th:

Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade 7:45am – 8:15am

Pre-K, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade 8:15am – 8:45am

The Florida Department of Education is pleased to announce the release of the 2018-2019 School, District, and State Report Cards in the EduData Portal (

These report cards serve as a valuable resource for parents, educators and stakeholders by offering greater transparency into how Florida’s districts and schools are doing regarding student achievement and success. It not only provides the 2018-2019 performance data, but also contains a State Report Card, educator qualifications and equity, per-pupil expenditures, and national data.

The department will continue to update information in the report cards as new data becomes available, as well as develop new enhancements based on user feedback received through the portal. News and updates about ongoing enhancements will be provided to those who subscribe through the portal.

If you need assistance accessing or navigating the EduData Portal, please contact your school’s Title I Contact, Alyssen Betts or Lindsey Lawrence at (850)892-1290.