During this time, our office is open from 8-5 Monday-Thursday
All district offices are closed on Fridays during the summer.
*Starting August 3rd the office will be open Monday-Friday 7:45-4
We are accepting applications for next year: DEA Magnet application
2020-2021 Sunshine State Reader Books
Tuck in Tuesday Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library
School will begin at 8:15 and end at 3:15
Students may be dropped off when the office opens at 7:45 for breakfast
School office hours: 7:45-3:45 Monday-Friday
After School Programs at DEA:
Open Library contact Mrs. Worth
Wise Owl program contact Ms. B. Williams
ELL tutoring program contact Ms. Tatom
Title I tutoring program contact Mrs. Dettling
Archery contact Coach Harris
Chorus & Bucket Band contact Mrs. Gonzalez
After school programs available for pick up:
Bushikan Karate : 863-354-1551 Contact Name: Juan
Haines City at Sports Karate: 863-877-7393 Contact Name: Diego
Dana’s Stay and Play: 863-439-2214 Contact: Dana or Porchia
Northridge Christian: 863-422-8164 Contact: Holly
Wee Care: 863-439-5884 Contact: Gracie, Nan
Full Attitude: 863-419-5143 Contact: Jessica Cooper
Jesus Cares: 863-422-5888 Contact: Julia Johnson
Wonderful Wednesday: 863-422-3334 Contact: Deborah Bialecki
Bowling Cypress Lanes: 863-294-3295 Contact: Mary Ann Watson & Lana Jo Carlisi
Summer Learning: All of our students are invited to complete our summer learning program. Here are the links for you do to do at home over the summer. If you are unable to download these please contact the office for a printed copy. Istation is available all summer too. Here is what to do Video for Istation at home
Remember readers become leaders, and readers always travel with books!
WORDS MATTER WRITERS CHANGE THE WORLD: Our summer writing challenge is for each student to start their six word memoir and write their story. Submit your six words to Ms. Tatom for our writing wall, then start writing your book this summer! AWARD WINNING Rules for Writing video!
Preparing students to excel in a global society!
FSA Information 18-19
District Mission Statement: To Provide a High-Quality Education for All Students.
Students must stay in their cars until the 7:45 bell. For the safety and security of your child,parents must supervise their children prior to 7:45. Students may not be dropped off unsupervised prior to that time.
Although our dismissal procedures have not changed this year, the city did put in a no left turn sign to help re-enforce our policies. Our students’ safety is our first priority.
We appreciate our business partners: