REGISTRATION BEGINS; Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Time: 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM (Monday – Thursday)

Below is a checklist to help the registration process go as smoothly as possible:

First, make sure that we are the correct school.  To find out the school(s) assigned to your home address, you can either use our School Locator feature or call the District’s Innovative Programs Department at 754-321-2380. You must provide your specific street address and your child’s grade level and the office will determine the correct school your child is supposed to attend.

When you arrive at your child’s school to register, please use the following checklist:


(School Board Policy 5.1 Erollment and Withdrawl amended 1/15/13)
NOTE: Students whose parents are found, after appropriate investigation, to have submitted fraudulent information in an effort to enroll a student in a school to which the student is not assigned shall be immediately withdrawn and referred for enrollment in the appropriate boundaried school.

One current piece of evidence from the following sources in the name of the parent/guardian registering the child:

• Current telephone or electric bill in the name of the parent registering the child.
• Rent receipt with the name of lessor and contact information/mortgage statement.
• Lease agreement with name of lessor and contact information.
• Mortgage commitment.
• Home Purchase contract including specified closing date, with copy of deed to be provided within 60days of closing date. AND One of the following:
• Automobile Insurance.
• Current Florida Driver’s License/Florida Identification Card.
• Cellular telephone bill.
• Credit card statement.
• Bank account statement.
• United States Postal Service confirmation of address change request or evidence of correspondence delivered through U.S. Postal Service.
• Declaration of Domicile form from the County Records Department.

When school is in session and proof of domicile, as stated above, cannot be presented at the time of registration, the student shall be registered in school with the following document: A statement of Bona Fide Residence signed by the parent/guardian.  Acceptable proof of residency MUST be provided within 30 school days from the list above.

When parent/guardian resides with someone else who resides in the school’s boundary area, the parent/guardian must submit:

• Notarized Statement of Bona Fide Residence signed by parent/guardian and owner or lessee with whom the parent/guardian is residing.
• Any proof of residency from the first list above in the name of owner or lessee signing the Statement of Bona Fide Residence form.
• Parent must then submit either a FL Driver’s License, FL Identification Card or Voter’s Registration card with their name and the address of the owner or lessee within 30 school days.

• Official birth certificate.

If such certificate is not available, the following forms of evidence are acceptable:

• A duly attested transcript of a certificate of a religious document showing date of birth accompanied by an affidavit sworn to by the parent.
• Insurance policy on the child’s life which has been in force at least two years.
• A passport or certificate of arrival in the U.S. showing the age of the child.
• Official school records that provide evidence that the child has attended school for four years.
• An affidavit sworn to by the parent, accompanied by a certificate from the county health officer, that he/she believes the child to be of required school age.

• Students, grades K-12 and entering Florida school for the first time, must present evidence of a medical examination performed within twelve months prior to their initial enrollment or day student was brought to school to fill out necessary forms for the purpose of becoming a Broward County Public School student.
• Parents must provide a written notification of any health/medical problem that requires staff awareness and/or supervision for their child.
• Medical Treatment Form, if needed.


• Florida Certificate of Immunization (Form HD680)
• Permanent medical exemption (if immunization if contraindicated for one or all).
• Religious exemption (Form 681), a temporary exemption (Form DH680 Part B) or a medical exemption (Form DH680, Part C).


• If the student is residing with someone other than the parent or legal guardian, the following provisions shall apply:
• If parent/guardian lives within the tri-county area (Miami-Dade, Broward or Palm Beach), the individual registering the child must provide documentation of custody by an appropriate state agency such as the Department of Children and Families or the Court.  In cases of hardship, to be determined by the school, a signed, notarized letter appointing custody will be sufficient.
• If the parent/guardian lives outside the tri-county area (including outside of the U.S.), a notarized statement from the parent/guardian, identifying the person assuming responsibility for the child must be presented.
• If a parent/guardian lives within the tri-county area and the student lives in a residence licensed by he   Department of Children and Families, the student may be enrolled in the school that serves that licensed residence.


• Registration emergency card (NOTE: Only parents/guardians signing registration form can change registration/emergency information).


• Latest report card and/or transcript needed for appropriate grade placement.

If you have any questions, please call our school’s Registrar during school hours at 754-322-4012.

Immunization Requirements for students entering the 7th grade

Prior to entering the 7th grade, all students must provide a Florida Certificate of Immunization (DH 680) stating that their immunizations are complete for 7th grade entry.  Please note that in addition to compliance with all other required immunizations, children entering the 7th grade in Florida schools must have received one dose of the tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis (Tdap) vaccine.

Your child may need additional immunizations and/or you may just need to turn in the updated DH 680 form.

You may request the form from your child’s physician’s office, visit a public health center (more information at, or get your child’s DH 680 form online via Florida SHOTS at:

For a guide on how to retrieve your child’s 680 online, please see this pdf file.

Only original 680 DH forms are accepted, please do not turn in copies. The form must have the signature of the responsible healthcare provider, either by hand or by means of an electronic signature verification ID from Florida SHOTS.

Please review the form prior to turning it in to the registrar’s office because forms with errors will not meet state requirements.

Title: SHOT_RECORD_PatientRetrieval
Filename: shot_record_patientretrieval.pdf
Size: 2 MB

School Advisory Council Meeting

Our next School Advisory Council Meeting will be held on Tuesday June 2nd, 2015.  This meeting will start at 4:00pm in room 126.  We are encouraging all stakeholders to attend this very important meeting.  We will be discussing how to use our school choice enhancement funds.  There will also be a representative from the facilities department to speak to us about the process.  We look forward to seeing you on June 2nd at 4:00pm

Farm to School Spotlight

Revitalization in Broward County
Parkway Middle School in Lauderhill was one of the Florida Farm to School’s Golden Shovel Award Winners in the Best Revitalized Garden category. Since the schools beginning four years ago, with a focus geared towards robotics and aerospace programs, gardening was only just a fun addition. In 2013, STEM teacher for horticultural sciences, Scott Savage, began to shift the focus towards science and look at hydroponic gardening.

“This year, we have fully implemented the new Horticultural Science aspect to the STEM program. We expose students to the agricultural and nutritional aspects of gardening and eating healthier through curriculum such as Gardening for Grades,” explained Savett. Today they have an edible garden with garden beds, garden towers, a drip hydroponic system, a deep-water culture hydroponic system and a wicking hydroponic system.

Savett encourages all teachers to look for grants and not to give up if they do not receive one. He suggests going to a local Home Depot or Lowes for garden materials such as soil. These stores are often eager to help a school implement or expand their garden. “Next year, we plan on taking the Horticultural Science program to another level where we will grow more food and have after-school seedling distribution to students, staff and parents. We will also look to develop a partnership with local restaurants and learn how to make our crops marketable, further educating my students in entrepreneurship and making our school gardens financially sustainable,” said Savett. Check out their blog [ ]here to track the students’ progress and watch the garden expand.

Nardonne Does It Again!

As many of you know Quin competed in the State Piano Competition this weekend. Thanks to all the support he has received, he had his best showing ever. Quin received 3 State first place finishes (in Solo, Hymn, and Sight Play) and one second place finish in the concerto! Besides bringing home several trophies, he received a $600.00 check for his second place in the concerto which is considered the most difficult category with the strongest competition.  Parkway is so proud of all his hard work.  And Congratulations to Quin, his parents and all of his teachers.  What a delight to report something so wonderful!


Annual Awards Night

Our Annual Awards Night for eighth grade students will be held on Tuesday, June 2nd, at 6:30 pm, in Parkway’s Performing Arts Auditorium

Awards NIght Letter for Parents
Title: Awards NIght Letter for Parents
Filename: awards-night-letter-for-parents.pdf
Size: 236 kB

SAC Meeting

May 12th @ 6:00pm in room 126