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Acceptable Use Procedures (AUP)

Sebastian Students are required to read and sign AUP before they use any technology in school! (Click on link below)


Student-and-Visitor-AUP

Cell Phones

Cell phones must be turned off and put away while on campus. Text messages are strictly prohibited.

Sebastian Middle School will not investigate nor be held responsible for missing or damaged phones.

Violation of this policy is considered defiance and could lead to suspension.


Announcements:

SchoolMessenger full sheet         SchoolMessenger half sheet


Exceptional Student Education Parent Advisory Committee


Sebastian Boys Soccer Team  Tryouts 2017/18 


Northrop Grumman Foundation Announces Space Camp Scholarships for Students and Teachers


 SSYRA overview- 2017-18


New–> Amy Newman Scholarship Form


District Information  
Alert Now – What is Alert Now?
SJCSD Media Releases
SJCSD ESE Department


SchoologySchoology Information

Parents,

Sebastian has recently begun a pilot program with the Schoology learning management system.  Schoology is a secure online program that serves as a central hub for learning. Teachers can create, manage and share information and resources with their students. Students using Schoology can get class assignments, link to readings and guides selected by their teacher, collaborate with classmates, take tests and quizzes, and work on self-paced learning activities.  Here at Sebastian, all teachers will be posting Daily Board Agendas (DBAs) to ensure all students and parents know what is being taught in the classroom.  Parents will be given login information in the near future.  Please be patient as we continue to offer professional development to our teachers to ensure the proper use of this program.


Immunization Records

The Tdap immunization shot is required for all 7th graders and must be recorded on a Florida 680 form.
As soon as your student receives this shot, the form can be brought to the front office, faxed (904-547-3845) or emailed to
( [email protected] )even if the student is still in 6th grade.