elementary counselor - Jane Brewer firstname.lastname@example.org.
middle school counselor- Leslie Brown email@example.com
Parents can monitor classroom assignments and grades through the use of the Parent Portal website. https://parent.mypolkschools.net
Directions- Parent Portal New Student Pre-Registration
Note: Once complete, you'll need to visit the school to finalize the new student's registration.
Teachers & other staff members email information is located under the general information tab.
Tutoring services are generally offered after school on specific days of the week. Parents and/or students can ask or email teachers to enquire about days and times.
* Please click HERE for Teachers and Tutoring days and times.
Parent Teacher Conferences are offered to all parents as a means to track a student’s progress in classes. Conferences are to inform parents of any problems a student may be having. Middle school parent teacher conferences are at 8:00 AM and can be set up through the middle school counselor- Leslie Brown (863) 420-2557, firstname.lastname@example.org. Elementary parent teacher conferences can be set up with the elementary counselor - Jane Brewer. email@example.com.
Magnet & Choice Schools:
For open enrollment information please visit Polk's Education Options.
The open enrollment period for next school year 2018-19 is now open until January 9th.
Parents who wish to submit an application for their student to attend a Polk County magnet or choice school may submit an application during the Open Enrollment Period.
Waiting List and Applicant Pool FAQs
Parents and students that receive a confirmation letter are eligible to enroll at DSOTA.
If you are enrolling into a Polk County Public School for the first time from out of the state of Florida, you will need the following:
If you are enrolling into Polk County from another Florida School, you will need the following:
If you were in a Polk County School in the past, you will need the following:
The Following Is A List Of Acceptable Proofs Of Address:
The proofs must be from different categories and show you name and physical address. If you live with a family member, friend, fiance, etc., and the the proofs are in their name, you will need to complete an affidavit of residence form.
THESE REQUIREMENTS ARE POLK COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD REQUIREMENTS. WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO MAKE ANY EXCEPTIONS.
All students enrolling in 7th grade must have the following immunizations before they can enter 7th grade. NO schedule will be given until shots are up-to-date:
Shots must be submitted on a Florida 680 immunization certificate issued by the health department (a copy of this form can be picked up at our office from the cumulative folder prior to getting vaccinated).
Shots Are Available FREE at the Health Department
What is bullying?
In Polk County Schools, student behavior must meet three criteria to be considered bullying:
“Bullying” is systematically or chronically inflicting physical hurt or psychological distress on one or more students or employees. Bullying may involve but is not limited to:
At Davenport School of the Arts, Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Brewer, Guidance Counselors, conduct many different types of groups to meet the students’ needs: Self-Esteem, Social Skills, Organizational Skills, and Anger-control. The groups are called “Clubs,” and meet for 30 minutes a week, giving students an opportunity to talk about their feelings, problems, strengths, weaknesses, and choices. As friendships grow, students learn that we have a lot in common with the people around us. The “Club” allows another adult in your child’s life to help him/her to make good choices, while feeling special!
To enquire about Davenport School of the Arts Support Groups, please contact Mrs. Brown or Mrs. Brewer: 863-420-2557.