On-line classes go live March 30th and will run until April 15th. All students will be able to access their on-line coursework beginning that morning and should plan to log in every day for about an hour per core subject. Elective classes will be less. For students without devices or access to the internet at home, paper packets of the materials are available. In efforts to adhere to the CDC's guidelines for social distancing, we have divided the schedule by grade level and will distribute the materials in the parent pick-up loop to you in your car. Someone will come to your window and ask which grade level materials you need. The materials will then be brought to you and you will need to sign for the 2 books necessary to complete this work. We will have a pen, but please, for sanitation purposes, have a pen with you to sign. Below is the schedule, but again, the paper materials are ONLY for those without access to the internet and/or a device at home. A schedule for device check-out (if you want to participate virtually and do not have a device) will come out at a later date and will not be available before April 6.
Thursday and Friday:
6th grade 8am- 11am
7th grade 11am- 2pm
8th grade 2pm- 5pm
We will have 5pm to 6pm available for anyone that is not able to come in during their assigned grade level times due to work responsibilities.
Please be prepared to wait in your car for the next available staff member to assist you. You should stay in your car at all times. Cars will line up as we do for afternoon student pick-up. Please do not park in a parking space.
FREE Athlete Physical dates are April 14 &
April 16 at the Daytona Speedway. 2020 Physicals Poster.pdf
High School Acadamies Application
19-20 Academy Application.pdf
Silver Sands Middle School Flu Message
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SSMS Principal Flu Ltr Jan 22, 2018.pdf
Silver Sands Middle School Sick Day Guidelines
SICK DAY GUIDELINES 2017.pdf
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2019-2020 School Calendar.pdf
2019-2020 School Calendar Spanish.pdf
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of a school financial report as part of the annual school public accountability
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