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  • Summer School Bus Routes

    Click below for the Summer School Bush Schedule

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  • Summer Reading Lists

    Click below for all lists.

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  • Class Night 2021

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  • Attention Parents of ESE / 504 Students

    If your child is currently enrolled in Monroe County School District and has a current IEP or 504 plan, this information is for you. The McKay Scholarship program provides an option for eligible students to attend a participating private school or transfer to another public school as defined by the program guidelines. The annual notice document is available at www.Keysschools.com on the Exceptional Student Education Webpage (see side listing for tab). For additional information, visit the www.floridaschoolchoice.org website or call the Office of Independent Education and Parental Choice at 1-800-447-1636 for full details. Click below for the letters in English, Espano, and Kreyol.

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  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

    Click below for SNAP Flyers in Espanol, Kreyol, and English

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  • Parent Resource - Emotional and Mental Health Support

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  • Impact Aid Survey

    The Monroe County Schools are entitled to certain federal monies if either mother, father, or guardian of the student is employed on certain Federal Properties is on active full-time duty in the Uniformed Services if they live in a federal housing project or any combination of these requirements. Please click below for more information and how to access the form in the Parent/Guardian Focus portal.

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  • Community Resources for our Recovery

    Click below for PDFs

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  • FOCUS Parent Portal and APP

    Click the link below to learn how to access FOCUS (Student Grades/attendance) as a parent and our phone App.

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  • MCSD Communication

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  • Student Residency Questionnaire-Services

    If you think your child may be eligible, please complete the attached Forms and return to KWHS front office immediately. If you have any further questions please contact Ms. Tami Dannacker (305) 293-1549 X54392. Click below for the forms:

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  • AHEC

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  • Public Health is Everyone's Responsibility

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  • Support For Parents

    Parent support is essential to helping our students be successful with virtual learning, but we know that this time is also stressful for families.  The Monroe County School District is offering support.  Please see the flyer for details.

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  • School Social Worker Support

    Click below for"School Social Worker Support" & "Quick Guides to Monroe County Community Resources - COVID-19"

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  • KWHS Text Tips

    Safety is first at KWHS and we have taken several steps to ensure our campus is safe. Our SRO, Officer Del Cid, is on campus from start to finish of each school day with additional officers on campus during lunch. The extra police are there to build relationships, mentor the students and help to maintain a safe environment. Staff are throughout the campus at supervision stations during the day and we ask all visitors to check in at the office for clearance. The gates on campus are locked at 7:45 and reopened before school is out with the front gate the main entrance point. Students have been through an Active Threat presentation to help them make decisions should they ever face such a situation at school or anywhere. This presentation is available for viewing by parents on our website. We have practiced fire drills and lock down drills as well as spent a day dedicated to character education lessons, all in an effort to promote a healthy, positive, safe environment for our students to be their best. Our See Something, Say Something campaign urges students to tell an adult on campus if they hear, see or suspect something that is suspicious, doesn’t seem right or if they are concerned about a person’s well-being. The Text Tip number for anonymous reporting is 305-432-3311.

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