All CMS students and parents are invited to attend our Meet and Greet on Monday August 9, 2021....hope to see you there!
Registration packets will be available for pick-up on Wednesday July 21st at 9:00am. To enroll your child in school, you will need the following:
1. A completed registration packet (available on 7/21)
2. Your child's birth certificate
3. Your child's social security card
4. Your driver's license (with a Nassau County address)
5. Proof of residency (electric bill, notatized lease agreement, mortgage payment)
6. Immunization record
7. Physical exam
8. ESE paperwork (if applicable)
9. Previous report cards and testing results
Please return your child's completed enrollment packet as soon as possible and no later than Friday August 6th.
Nassau County School District is proud to showcase our marvelous mental health team in the month of May! From school social workers to school psychologists, our team works tirelessly to support our students with their behavioral health needs. During this uncertain time, Nassau County schools wants families to know that support is just a phone call away. You may reach one of our mental health team members assigned to your child’s school at the numbers listed below. They are available from 8:00am - 3:30pm, Monday-Friday.
For support outside of these hours, please contact one of these resources:
- Starting Point Behavioral Healthcare at 904-225-8280
- NCSO non-emergency number 904-225-5174
- Crisis Text Line to 741741
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255
You will also find Mental/Behavioral Health Resources on our Nassau County School District website. Information is updated regularly.
Click this link to access Nassau County Community Resources.
- A roundup of at-home enrichment activities and more that you can take advantage of while schools are closed
- 14 popular Internet slang terms and acronyms that every parent should know (if you’re anything like us, your kids are spending a lot more time online these days...)
- Step-by-step instructions for two engaging science activities: DIY bouncy ball and elephant toothpaste
CMS DRESS CODE
Clothing and accessories are required to reflect neatness, cleanliness, and good taste. Students are expected to be modestly dressed and groomed. Students who fail to comply with dress code policy will be assigned lunch detention and will be required to change clothing before returning to class.
Dress Code Requirements:
- Students shall wear shoes at all times. Closed toed shoes are recommended. Athletic shoes are required for P.E.
- Students’ pants shall be worn at the waist and pants may not have holes, in the upper thigh area. Undergarments should not be exposed. Form fitting pants such as yoga pants or leggings should have appropriate coverage.
- Students shall be permitted to wear shorts. Short or extremely tight shorts or skirts are not appropriate. Shorts must be the length of the fingertips when standing straight up with arms fully extended on the thigh.
- All students shall wear full coverage shirts or blouses reaching the armpit area. Shirts must cover midriff area and may not have spaghetti or thin straps less than 3 inches. NO racer back cut tank tops or see through clothing. Undergarments should not be exposed.
- Clothing displaying profanity or inappropriate material may not be worn at school.
- Distracting jewelry and hair styles are prohibited.
- Masks, face paint, disguises, and costumes are prohibited.
- No head coverings, including, but not limited to: caps, hats, bandanas, or hoods shall be worn at school. (Exception: Knit caps may be worn outside during cold weather.)
- Students are required to wear a PE uniform when participating in gym.
- Pajamas and slippers are not acceptable school attire.
**Please note dress code must be followed on special event or dress up days. **
Please refer to Nassau County Code of Conduct for a more extensive explanation of the Dress Code.
STUDENT CELL PHONE POLICY
Cell phones are a distraction to the learning environment. Therefore, cell phones must be turned off and kept in backpacks (not in the pockets of clothing) at all times. If cell phone is visible, it will result in the phone being confiscated by school personnel. Parents will be required to come to the school to pick up the cell phone. Smart watches are not to be used as communication devices while on campus. Wireless earbud accessories are also prohibited.
Any student, educator, parent or member of the public can report school safety concerns directly to law enforcement and school administrators anonymously and easily through the FortifyFL app or www.getfortifyfl.com.
The Florida Legislature directed this tool’s development in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act.
The app, which is available for download on Apple and Android mobile devices, is critical to ensuring all Florida schools are safe environments where students and educators can experience and share the joy of learning without fear.
Low Cost Internet
Families who qualify for free/reduced lunch also qualify for low cost internet services from Comcast. Visit the link below for more information: