Vital Back-to-School Info for Pinellas County

School District asks parents to update contact information

The school district needs accurate contact information to send parents information about emergencies or severe weather; school or district events; and special application opportunities.

To update your phone and email address:

Visit https://reservation.pcsb.org and log in with your parent username and password. If you do not have a parent ID or forgot yours, you can get help at any public school. Make sure to present a valid photo ID.

Select the option: “Change Phone and Email Address Only.” Enter your child’s name and date of birth or student ID number, and update your phone number and email address.

 Pinellas offers text message service to keep families informed

Pinellas County Schools will begin using text messages as an additional way to communicate with employees and families in the 2018-19 school year. The text messages will only be sent to communicate information related to emergencies.

Employees and parents/guardians of students in Pinellas County Schools can text “Y” or “Yes” to 67587 to begin receiving text messages from the school district. Opting out is easy: send the message “Stop” to 67587 at any time. The mobile number used to opt in must already be on file with the school district.

Only employees of Pinellas County Schools or parents/guardians of a student in the school district can enroll in this service. This opt-in campaign is being done in preparation for using text messages in the 2018-19 school year. Learn more at www.pcsb.org/textmessages.


2018-19 School Calendars & Schedules

Student Calendar
Staff Calendar
Report Card Schedule
Middle School Exam Schedule
High School Exam Schedule
School Bell Times (enter the name of the school) 

 

Back-to-school nights/orientations

Schools will communicate the date for back-to-school events through recorded phone messages, letters sent home, school websites and newsletters. Contact the school directly with questions.

Pinellas recommends that schools hold back-to-school events on certain nights.

For elementary schools, those evenings are Aug. 30, Sept. 5 and Sept. 20.

Most middle schools are to hold events on Sept. 6 and Sept. 26. The date for fundamental middle schools and intermediate schools is Sept. 27.

The designated nights for all high schools are Aug. 28 and Sept. 12.

ESE centers will hold open house events on Aug. 29.

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