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  • Hope Scholarship - Frequently Asked Questions

    This scholarship gives parents the opportunity to transfer their child to another K-12 public school with capacity within the school district, receive a scholarship to transport the student to a public school in another school district, or to request a scholarship for the student to attend an eligible private school. A qualifying incident must have taken place at a public K-12 educational institution, any school-related or school-sponsored program or activity, riding on the school bus or waiting at the school bus stop.

     

    Please see the following link for further information about the Hope Scholarship Program: Hope Scholarship FAQ/Resources

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  • Laptops for Learning (L4L)

    The L4L program will be continuing this year with laptops available for all students grades 9 – 11. 9th grade students will get their laptop during their English 1 class on 8/16 and 8/17.

     

    Students in 10th and 11th grade already have their laptops. They must complete the L4L registration form again and remit the $25.00 rental obligation. Forms will be distributed with the student handbook and should be collected by classroom teachers and returned to student services. The $25.00 rental fee can be paid at the media center or Linda Higgins office before school or during lunches.

     

    10th – 11th grade students who did not previously opt in, but would now like to, may.

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  • Dress Code

    Before shopping for new back-to-school clothes, please remember that they must adhere to the Martin County School District dress code. 

    Please click the following link for our Code of Conduct 2018-2019 Student Dress Code.

     

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  • New School Safety Procedure

    Student safety is a critical mission. 

    In response to recent events and as an added measure, ALL persons on the campus of South Fork High School will be required to visibly wear their student/staff identification on a school approved lanyard around the neck.  Student Id’s and lanyards will be distributed within the first week of school and will be expected to be worn AT ALL TIMES while on campus. 

    We commit to the safety of our students as if they were our own, your support with ensuring this procedure is followed is greatly appreciated.

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  • The Martin County School District would like to welcome you to the 2018-2019 School Year.

    "For everyone in the Martin County School District, the beginning of each new school year represents an opportunity to renew our commitment to educating all students for success." - Laurie Gaylord

    To read the full letter from Superintendent Laurie Gaylord, please click the following link: Back to School Letter

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