This section of the website contains valuable resource links available to you and your family. Please explore the areas below. Thank you for visiting!
Attention Parents: If your emergency contact information has changed, please contact your child's school immediately to inform them of the changes (phone, address, point of contact) or login to the Skyward Parent Portal to update your personal information.
To learn more about the new Skyward Family Access parent portal, please click here.
The School District of DeSoto County has a Zero Tolerance Policy for School-Related Violent Crime. For a copy of the policy and examples of zero tolerance incidents please click here.
For instructional aids on multiple school subjects and standardized assessments please click the icon and links below.
For information on local homeless services available to students and families in transition please click the link above. Also visit our Federal Projects Department for other related local services.
Florida KidCare Program
For low-cost health insurance for children dial (1-888-540-5437)
To find out more information please click KidCare link above.
Florida Virtual School
Florida Virtual School is a public school but, as you can probably tell, we're not just any public school. We're online. This means no matter where you live you can access more than 120 courses, from Geometry to AP Art History and everything in between. What's more, our courses are just as real as the dedicated, certified teachers who teach them. FLVS is where you go to learn on your time and on your schedule, no matter what kind of student you are. Public, private and homeschooled students, from kindergarten-12th grade, can take our virtual courses whether they live in Florida or not.
Bully Hot Line
Bullying, hazing, and harassment are everyday occurrences in the lives of thousands of students across our nation's schools each day.
Bullying is pervasive and does not magically end when administrators and other school officials meet with the bullies and bullying victims. With the number of incidents of bullying that happens in our schools, a bullying hotline has been started. The Report a Bully Hotline is now available for students, parents and grandparents who are concerned about bullying and the effects of bullying.
For twenty-four hours, every day, the hot line is a way of communicating with children and their families to positively change the behavior of bullies and their victims.
If you are being bullied, know someone who is being bullied or know of a person or group who is bullying others, please telephone 863.993.1504, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
For information on warning signs if your child is being bullied, displaying bully behavior, and resources for engaging your child in conversations about bullying click the Bully Hot Line link above or the Bully Free Zone button at the top corner of the page.