Information for Murray Parents and Students
Appointments are Required: Due to COVID protocols…We ask that you schedule appointments if you need to speak in person with any teachers or staff, as we are following safety procedures.
Early Pick-Up of Students:
Ring office bell on your arrival to school but remain outside.
Have your driver’s license ready to give to our office staff. Staff will verify that you are eligible to pick-up the student. (Remember: You MUST be listed on student’s yellow “Emergency Contact” card provided in this packet.)
Once verified, your I.D. will be returned at the door and we will request that you wait in your vehicle for student to check out of office and meet you.
If you should have any questions or concerns, please call the front office at 772-219-1670.
2021-2022 Student Handbook English
2021-2022 Student Handbook Spanish
2021-2022 Student Code of Conduct English
2021-2022 Student Code of Conduct Spanish
Proof of Residency 6th Graders
Two Proofs of Residency - current utility bill with service address indicated, current year property tax bill, deed of home, lease agreement with name of tenant, landlord and contact information for all parties, mortgage, auto insurance policy, home purchase contract including closing date and copy of property deed to be provided in 30 days, Declaration of Domicile form the County Records Department, State of Florida driver's license and State of Florida identification card.
Health Records - Children entering a Florida public school for the first time must have a Florida Certificate of Immunization (Florida Department of Health Form 680). Students are also required to have proof of a physical examination (Florida Department of Health Form 3040) signed by a licensed physician, nurse practitioner, or physician’s assistant. Children transferring from another state must present a physical form completed by a licensed physician, nurse practitioner, or physician’s assistant. See additional information on immunizations and physical exams in the next box.
Birth Certificate - A certified copy of a birth certificate or acceptable substitute as defined by Florida law is required to register.
School Records - Items such as withdrawal forms, standardized test scores, and recent report cards will help the school place your child appropriately. If you do not have these items, provide the school with the name and address of your child's previous school so that the necessary information can be obtained.
Helpful information for parents regarding student success
Find information about volunteering. How to register as a volunteer.
Letter describes bullying and actions to take to intervene.
2021-2022 Student Progression Plan Board approved