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 Back To School

It’s a new school year here at The District of Palm Beach County and  what better way to welcome back our students and staff then to unveil  our brand-new webspace for the community! Our new webpage  features the latest web and eLearning platform to provide students,   parents, and teachers with the best tools for success


Parents and students who are new to the Palm Beach County School District can get all the information they need at the District's Welcome Center. The staff can answer questions in many languages to help families enrolling children in our schools.

The Welcome Center can be found in the School District of Palm Beach County's Department of Multicultural Education at 3300 West Forest Hill Boulevard, Building E, Room #4, West Palm Beach, Fl 33406. For more information, please call 561-434-8197 or email

Parent University is an on-demand resource created to help parents become full partners in their child’s education.

  Back to School News
[Video]: Five Tips to Grow Good Readers

schoolA lifelong love of literacy starts early and with the support of family. Students who see their parents reading, are included in conversations, read with family and even sing songs will develop better reading skills. Here are five tips you can use to grow good readers in your family.


Parent University

parent UniversityParent University is an on-demand resource created to help parents become full partners in their child’s education.
[Video]: District Programs On Display at Annual Showcase of Schools

conventionRepresentatives from elementary, middle, and high school highlighted their programs Tuesday at the 22nd annual Showcase of Schools put on by the Department of Choice and Career Options. Parents and students had an opportunity to learn about the 310 Choice Programs.

Student Protect 
student protectSee Something, Say Something: Download the StudentProtect app to report threats and suspicious activity directly to local law enforcement.
$850,000 Donation Will Further Support Academic Mentoring Program 

schoolChildNet, the leading child welfare agency serving abused, abandoned and neglected children, recently received $850,000 to continue its mission of serving students in the School District of Palm Beach County.


Protect and Serve 

protectLearn more about how the School District is keeping students, staff and schools safe.
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