Clewiston Middle School
"In Pursuit of Excellence"
601 West Pasadena Avenue
Clewiston, FL 33440
Telephone (863) 983-1530 Fax (863) 983-1541
R. Scott Cooper - Principal
Kristi Durance - Assistant Principal
Jeremy Greaves - Dean
David Bustamante - Dean
2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR DRESS CODE CAN BE FOUND IN THE SCHOOL POLICY SECTION.
SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST CAN BE FOUND IN THE ANNOUNCEMENT SECTION
EARLY RELEASE DAY (NO LUNCH SERVED)
FRIDAY, NOV. 7TH
1ST RUN BUS, WALKING & PARENT PICK UP STUDENTS 10:45
2ND RUN BUS STUDENTS 11:05
REMEMBER to wear your Tiger shirt on Friday, Nov. 7th.
PICTURE RETAKES - THURSDAY, NOV. 13TH
Pictures are prepaid. Packets are available in the front office. If your have already purchased a packet but would like the pictures retaken make sure to send the entire packet to school with your child on that day.
Clewiston Middle School receives grant monies from various Federal Grants to supplement educational services within the school system. Community wealth, determined by the number of free and reduced lunches, determine the scale that is used in money appropriation.These grants are listed below with a brief explanation of the services they provide. More information regarding the grants may be obtained from Mrs. Jodi Bell, Director of Federal Projects, telephone number 674-4108, or Mr. Gordon Swaggerty, Assistant Superintendent Clewiston Area, telephone number 902-4244.
Title I, Part A – Provides paraprofessionals, resource teachers, supplemental technology and computer labs, professional development, supplies, parent involvement activities, after school programs and supplemental educational services SES).
Title I, Part B – American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) – Provides professional development, reading coaches and supplemental supplies.
Title I, Part C – Provides after school programs, advocates home liaisons, supplies and support Titlservices for migrant children.
Title II Part A – Provides secondary reading and math coaches, professional development, teacher and administrator incentives for becoming reading endorsed, and support to help teachers become highly qualified
Title III – Provides district ELL resource teachers to assist with testing, placement and academic programs for ELL students.
Title VI – Provides progress monitoring materials and supplies, professional development, after school tutorials, and consultants to provide parental information for supplementary educational services.
School Improvement Initiative (1003a) – Provides eligible schools with supplemental technology and release time for teachers to conduct data services and chats.
THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA PROHIBITS ANY POLICY OR PROCEDURE WHICH RESULTS IN DISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF RACE, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN, MARITAL STATUS, DISABILITY, AGE OR RELIGION. INDIVIDUALS WHO WISH TO FILE A DISCRIMINATION AND/OR HARASSMENT COMPLAINt, OR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES REQUESTING ACCOMMODATIONS UNDER THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) MAY CALL THE EQUITY OFFICER AT (863) 674-4550. HENDRY SCHOOL DISTRICT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION FOR EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT.
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SCHOOL PICTURES WILL BE TAKEN ON
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 26TH.
PICTURES ARE PRE-PAID.
PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO SEND COMPLETED PICTURE PACKET(with money) TO SCHOOL WITH YOUR CHILD IF YOU ARE PURCHASING THE PICTURES.