Discover new places and explore different genres! This is a fun and enjoyable time for you to explore the wider world around you through literature!
Click here for Tequesta Trace's Summer Reading list and log. Happy reading!!
Pre-Approved Elective Classes
Parents, this year we are again pre-approving our more popular elective classes to avoid scheduling conflicts. If your child is interested in any one or more of the following elective choices they must attend the required meeting(s) to receive all information and to see if they qualify. Plese click here for information.
Cypress Bay Incoming Freshmen
Parents of 8th grade students who will be attending Cypress Bay High School next school year, the following is information regarding registration requirements and curriculum night.
Click here for page one of registration requirements
Click here for page two of registration requirements
Click here for curriculum night
The 7th Grade Cambridge Class proudly display their New Year's cards received from their Japanese ePals. The cards were a surprise and symbolized The Year of the Sheep. Throughout the year, the Cambridge students have been corresponding with an ePal in Japan comparing cultures and curriculum.
Students who take two or more high school level classes during middle school are eligible to exempt some of their mid-terms and or final exams. This is a reward for scholastic achievement. Students need to maintain their grades in order to be eligible, and have parental permission to qualify. Below is the application which describes the specific criteria students need in more detail. Please call your child’s school guidance counselor if you have any further questions.
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The State of Florida has adopted new student performance standards in English/Language Arts and Mathematics, which are called the Florida Standards. The Florida Standards raise the education bar and put more emphasis on critical thinking skills. In English/Language Arts, the Florida Standards increase the focus on nonfiction reading. In Mathematics, students will work deeper in fewer topics. To learn more about the new Florida Standards, visit www.definingthecore.com.
Under the new Florida Standards, the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) is being replaced by a new assessment, which will debut in Spring 2015. The new assessment is being developed by the American Institutes for Research. To learn more about the new assessment, visit:http://www.fldoe.org/eduaccsummit.asp. Parents and students can also learn more about the new assessment and take a sample test, by visiting:http://fsassessments.org/students-and-parents.
Click here for more information on the Florida Standards Assessments.