Rising 6th Grade Flyers
The Tdap immunization shot is required for all 7th graders and must be recorded on a Florida 680 form. As soon as your student receives this shot, the form can be brought to the front office, faxed (904-547-7885) or emailed to Marjorie Connolly even if the student is still in 6th grade.
Fruit Cove's "Flight Plan" and PBIS
The Fruit Cove Flyers can earn “Pilot Points” for exemplaring the six pillars of character. Flyers will be recognized for following the behavior expectations, “Flight Plan”. Points can be used to win competitions held school wide, or can be used to buy items during the openings of the “Flyer Store”.
Click the Flyer icon above to view our FCMS “Flight Plan”.
PBIS Rewards is a program used throughout schools to promote and build a positive school culture by recognizing behaviors and actions taken by students that are responsible, respectful, and display citizenship.
Students can access their point balance and purchase from the Flyer Store by going to the Links for Students page, clicking on the Clever icon, signing in and then selecting the PBIS Rewards badge.
St. Johns County School District believes that all students and employees be afforded a setting that is safe, secure, and free from bullying and harassment of any kind. In compliance with Florida Statute 1006.147 and School Board Rule 3.21, the school district has adopted a comprehensive policy prohibiting bullying and harassment.
If a student is unable to attend school, upon returning, the parent/guardian must complete an online attendance form, BELOW, or submit a note within 48 hours stating the date of the absence, the specific reason for the absence, and have the parent/guardian’s signature. Emails are not accepted for notes
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Would you like a 'positive start' to your math course for next year?
The + Positive + Start Program enables students to practice the prerequisite math skills needed to be successful in the mathematics course in which they are enrolled in the next school year. Completion of the course will likely give students a positive start in math. Check out the documents below for more information regarding this program. MATH ROCKS!
Students Allowed in Building: 7:10AM
Start Time: 7:30AM
Wednesday Dismissal: 12:50PM
Office Hours: 7:00AM-3:00PM
If you are a person with a disability who needs assistance, please contact Adrienne Hilts at 547-7880
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School District News
B.E.S.T. Standards Presentation
The purpose of the video is to provide parents and community members with information about the new B.E.S.T. Standards for English Language Arts and math. The video also explains the timeline for the implementation of the new standards.
+ Positive + Start Summer Math Program
The St. Johns County School District + Positive + Start Program enables students to practice the prerequisite math skills needed to be successful in the mathematics course in which they are enrolled in the next school year.
Completion of the course will likely give students a positive start in math.
This is just a reminder that anyone (parent, guardian, friend, neighbor, aunt, uncle) must have school access to attend an event at Fruit Cove Middle School, have lunch with a student and/or attend an awards assembly. If you have not already done so, please complete the School Access Form. The process for approval may take up to 4 weeks, so please fill out the application sooner than later for any guests that would like to have school access. Once the application is approved, school access will be valid for three years.
FortifyFL is a website and app developed at the direction of the Florida Legislature. 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 getfortifyfl.com.