Curriculum and Instruction Calendar
Staff Members
Math Textbook for Public Access

Elementary:

Big Ideas:

BigIdeasLearning.com/FloridaReview

Username: Columbia15@bigideas.com

Password: Florida2023


HMH: Go Math:

hmhco.com/FLBestMath

Username: NEFEC

Password: TheBEST1!


McGraw Hill:

my.mheducation.com

Username: flrevealk5

Password: flrevealk5


Savvas:

savvas.com/FLBESTMathReview

Username: FLBESTMath

Password: BEST4FL


Secondary:

McGraw Hill:

my.mheducation.com

Username: flreveal612

Password: flreveal612


Savvas:

(6-8)

savvas.com/BESTMath4FL

Username: FLenVision68

Password: Savvas#1


(Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2)

savvas.com/BESTMath4FL

Username: FLenVisionAGA

Password: Savvas#1

Title IX

Sexual Harassment Information:

Questions, complaints, or requests for additional information regarding discrimination or harassment of all types including sexual harassment or assault may be sent to Hope Jernigan our Columbia County School District Equity and Title IX Coordinator at (386) 755-8015 or via email jerniganh@columbiak12.com

Florida School Report Cards

The Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 as amended by the Every Students Succeeds Act (ESSA, 2015), requires every state and district to publish report cards that show how the state, district, and schools are doing with regard to students achievement and success. The 2018 – 19 Florida’s School Report Cards are now available for your review. For your convenience, you may visit https://edudata.fldoe.org to obtain a copy of the state, district, and school reports. If you need additional information concerning Florida’s School Report Cards, please contact your school’s principal or contact Instructional Services at 386.755.8043. Web Address: https://edudata.fldoe.org Esta notificación está disponible en Español: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Me3q-Se4p20hTIBjo3Io88s5IFBeVa8X/view?usp=sharing

ATTENTION PARENTS! - Read@Home - Literacy Support Information & Resources

8 days ago

Greetings Parents and Guardians! Has your child been identified as having a substantial reading deficiency? Or do you just want to help support your student's literacy development at home? Please visit this link for a list and explanation of resources, many of which are electronic, that will help give you powerful, free tools and resources to help your child with the essential components of reading: Oral language, phonics, phonological awareness, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. 

Read@Home Resources! CLICK HERE!