Cypress Cub Cafe
Cypress Elementary School’s Cub Cafe Serves Breakfast & Lunch Everyday!
Full Price Lunch: $2.25
You Want to Have School Lunch Too?
Parents and Guardians are welcome to eat lunch with their student either at the designated “family” lunch table in the cafeteria or in the butterfly garden. Adult lunch can be purchased for $3.75. Only those people listed on the student’s information or emergency card will be permitted to have lunch with only that student. If you would like a friend or classmate to join you and your student at the family table or butterfly garden, a note from the friend’s parent or guardian is required. As with all other visitors, you must first be checked into the Raptor system at the front office before going to the cafeteria or butterfly garden.
Smart Snack Menu
Does your child have a birthday coming up? Here is a easy, economical fun way to celebrate! Out café has many themed party snack options, along with a Healthy Party Cart that can be purchased through the students lunch account, and delivered directly to the classroom. To get you interested, you could order a Cupcake party for only $10, delivered directly to the classroom. For more information, please contact our Cafeteria Manager Dallas DeVenny 727-774-4500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Florida PBS Learning Media
PBS LearningMedia™ provides educators with strategies, tools, and professional development resources needed to fully utilize digital learning. It offers schools, districts, and states a cost-effective solution for seamless media integration and customization, including:
- State standards alignment
- Robust user management
- Comprehensive analytics
- Content management system
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Eureka Homework Help
Parents now have a way to check your elementary students attendance with just a few clicks!
Video Directions: MyStudent Parent Portal
If you have questions about MyStudent, your child’s teacher will be able to assist you!
Levels of Aggression and Bullying
Read Write Think A Reading and Language Arts Resource
Your trusted reading and language arts resource—in and out of school. Looking for engaging ways to introduce your child to reading or to encourage your teen to write? Need some age-appropriate book suggestions or rainy day activities? The materials here are your answer—all of them created by experts to be fun, educational, and easy to use outside of school.
American Reading Company
Click on the red bird to learn more about The American Reading Company.
Think Central – Math and Science – Go Math! What is my child doing in class? Many at home activities for students and parents. http://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/ePC/start.do
Learn Zillion– A complete collection of math resources includes approximately 1200 task-based lesson plans and more than 3000 math video lessons and related resources for 2nd through 12th grade. Sign-up for a free PARENT account. https://learnzillion.com/free_resources https://www.educreations.com
gigglepoetry.com (fluency and poems)
funbrain.com (fun mad lib games, reading, and math)
PAWS for Reading
PAWS for Reading
If you have questions or need assistance with our PAW for Reading Program, please email Debbie Burd (email@example.com). Please note, some teachers are having students log home and school minutes in the classroom as part of there normal routine.
IRLA Bookshelf Find Books that Fit!
Commom Sense Media: A Home-to-School Program
Educate Families: A Home-to-School Program
Common Sense Media believes in strong partnerships between home and school. That’s why we’ve designed a FREE program to help parents and caregivers navigate and discuss the impact of digital media on kids’ social, emotional, and intellectual development. Using resources based on ourK-12 Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum, educators and parents, together, can empower young people to harness the power of the Internet and digital technology for learning and life — both in the classroom and at home.