Broward County

Superintendent | Robert Runcie |  Phone : 754.321.0000 |Website

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Deerfield Beach High School is part of BCPS

 

Town Hall Meeting

There will be a Town Hall meeting hosted by Broward Sheriff’s office, The city of Pompano Beach, and Broward County Public Schools to discus the dangers of opioid use.

When: Saturday, May 13 from 12:00pm-2:00pm

Where: E. Pat Larkins Community center 520 NW 3rd street, Pompano Beach, Fl 33060

21st Century Summer Program

All students must complete a summer registration form to participate in the 21st Century program. The deadline to turn in the registration form is June 2nd. Only the students that have a completed registration form on file by the deadline will be eligible to participate in the program. Please place all complete registration forms in Mr. Robersons’s mail box.

2017 summer registration form

2017 summer schedule 

Summer Programs at UF for Teachers and Students 

For almost 60 years, we have provided opportunities for teachers and students to explore research opportunities at the University of Florida. We are delighted to share information about the numerous 2017 summer programs for teachers and students offered by the Center for Precollegiate Education and Training. Application review begins March 17 for all student programs. Each are highlighted below and more information including application instructions are available at www.cpet.ufl.edu.  Scholarships are available for many of our programs.  We encourage you to explore our website to find out more about our programs and share these opportunities with others.

2017 Teacher Summer Programs:

CATALYSES: Emerging Pathogens
Two-week research program for high school teachers from June 18-30
$1300 stipend upon successful completion

www.cpet.ufl.edu/teachers/catalyses
CATALySES: Emerging Pathogens focuses on infectious diseases and translational research, from discovery-based research to clinical therapeutics. This project creates and expands partnerships that connect university researchers with high school teachers to promote students’ interest in and preparation for science careers. This innovative program integrates experiences from a summer Institute into classroom action during the school year.

CATALySES is funded by the National Institutes of Health Science Education Partnership Award to support science teachers in ongoing opportunities for personal enrichment and professional advancement in biomedical education, building on and extending partnerships that connect University of Florida researchers in Emerging Pathogens, Clinical and Translational Science, and Education with schools throughout the state.

Humanities and the Sunshine State: Teaching Florida’s Climate
One-week program for all educators from June 19-23
Cost: $100; includes double hotel accommodations on the UF campus and most meals

www.cpet.ufl.edu/teachers/humanities-and-the-sunshine-state
This interdisciplinary summer seminar supports educators in developing informed and novel approaches to teach about climate change in both formal and informal education settings. Through field trips and hands-on activities, explore changes to Florida’s waters evidenced in forests, springs, and coastal areas, and discuss how these changes impact future Floridians across the state. This seminar pairs leading scholars and Master Teachers from the humanities and ecological sciences to give educators the tools to observe and analyze environmental change and bring perspectives from culture, history, and ethics to address and adapt to our contemporary challenges.

The Humanities and the Sunshine State educator program is offered in partnership with the Florida Humanities Council’s Educator Workshop Series with major funding provided by the Florida Humanities Council.

2017 Student Summer Programs:

Explorations in Biomedical Research
Two-week research program for studentsentering grades 11 and 12 from July 16-28
Cost: $1000 commuter; $2000 residential

This program focuses on translational research, from discovery-based research to clinical therapeutics. This program connects high school students to researchers in interdisciplinary biomedical sciences to promote interest in and preparation for bioscience careers.

Florida Youth Institute
One-week residential program for students entering grades 11 and 12 from July 9-14 OR July 16-21
Cost: $350

FYI immerses students in various agriculture, life science, and natural resources disciplines to stimulate interest in and an appreciation for the range of college majors and career opportunities available in these areas. This program is sponsored by the UF College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.

Humanities and the Sunshine State: Florida Water Stories
One-week residential program for students entering grades 11 and 12 from June 11-17
Cost $350

For this program, selected participants will explore how Florida’s past has shaped the present and how today’s actions affect the future of the state. Planned activities include visits to special collections, field trips to local Florida landmarks, and social activities at the university. Support for this program was provided by the Humanities Council, Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

Research in Environmental Toxicology
Two-week research program for studentsentering grades 11 and 12 from July 16-28
Cost: $1000 commuter; $2000 residential

This program connects university researchers and students to promote interest in and preparation for environmental science-related careers. Students will engage in a series of activities which highlight the relationship between biological, chemical, and engineering processes needed to mitigate current environmental concerns.

Science Quest
One-week themed residential program for students entering grade 10 from June 25-30 OR July 9-14
Cost: $850 per session

This program immerses students in various science disciplines to stimulate their interest and appreciation for the range of college and career opportunities available in science. Students will attend a variety of lectures and demonstrations, visit research laboratories and other facilities, and perform multiple science experiments.  Students may attend one or both weeks of Science Quest, each with its own individual theme: biological sciences and physical sciences.

Student Science Training Program
Seven-week residential research experience for students entering grade 12 from June 11-July 29
Cost:  $4500

SSTP is research program for students considering medicine, math, computer, science, or engineering careers. The program emphasis is research participation with a UF faculty and his or her research team. Students engage in the ongoing research of the faculty-mentor for 30 hours/week, attend a lecture series on current research topics, and participate in a UF honors seminar class.

For more information contact:

Julie Bokor, PhD | Assistant Director
University of Florida Center for Precollegiate Education and Training
331 Yon Hall | Box 112010 | Gainesville, FL 32611-2010
office: 352.392.2310 | fax: 352.392.2344 | www.cpet.ufl.edu

 

Anti Bullying and Dating Violence

• In order to meet policies and procedures, all students, faculty and staff must be trained on Anti bullying and Dating Violence.

Please click the appropriate link

6-12 Anti Bullying Policy 5.9 Training Module.

Dating Violence Policy 5010 Students Grades 6-12 Training Module.

This is a district wide mandatory training all students, faculty, and staff must participate.

Reporting Abuse

• In order to meet compliance with State Statute Policy 5.3 requiring schools to display information regarding reporting of child abuse, neglect, and abandonment, we have the correct process below.

Please click the appropriate link

Child Abuse and Neglect.

Learn more about the signs and the reporting of abuse.

This is a district wide mandatory training all students, faculty, and staff must participate.

School Financial Report

•In accordance with Section 1010.215 of the Florida Statutes requires school districts to report to parents and to the public certain financial information in the form of a yearly school financial report. This data is compared to the rest of the schools in the district and the state.

Please click the appropriate link

School Financial Report Parent Letter.

Financial Data Report.