To assist families with essential information, the School District of Palm Beach County has created a 'Back to School Information' site that contains links for registration forms, school menus, supply lists, immunizations, finding schools and bus stops, and an FAQ document.
For the fifth consecutive year, the School District of Palm Beach County had a higher percentage of “A” district-operated elementary and middle schools compared to the state. Sixty-four percent of district-operated elementary schools and 61 percent of district-operated middle schools are now rated “A” or “B”. Overall, the school district earned a total of 519 out of 800 points in 2014, making Palm Beach County the highest performing large urban school district in Florida – and only six points shy of receiving an “A” grade as a district.
Your children are our primary focus. Together, we will support and enrich their learning journey.
Developed by The School District of Palm Beach County and Palm Beach State College, this site delivers efficiencies in student advising, connects school counselors and college advisor workforce groups, maximizes technology, and delivers community engagement results. My Future Palm Beach includes a robust scholarship database with a localized focus, FAFSA campaigning as a college readiness indicator, and a college and career readiness evaluation dashboard, in partnership with the Florida Virtual Campus.
When a national tragedy occurs, such as a shooting at school, terrorist attack, or natural disaster, people will be confused or frightened—especially children. Most likely they will look to adults for information and guidance on how to react. Parents and school personnel should help children cope by establishing a sense of safety and security. As more information becomes available, adults can continue to help children work through their emotions and perhaps even use the process as a learning experience.
Imagine a crisp fall morning where you enjoy a morning stroll or bike ride around your neighborhood. No traffic jams, no honking, no radio commercials… just you, your family and your neighbors starting the day with your best foot forward. Sign me up! We are imagining National Walk or Bike to School Day, and while I can’t promise walking or biking to school will always be so idyllic, this October 9th is sure to be a refreshing change of pace from your everyday routine.
The Palm Beach County Council is a member of the largest advocacy group for children in the nation. The council supports PTA units at schools thoughout Palm Beach County and currently has over 16,000 parent, teacher, student and community members. The Council is governed by approved bylaws designed to meet specific objectives. The Council will interpret, promote and support the basic policies of the State and National PTA.