Links to additional information for students.
Quick access to forms, resources, and information.
Links to additional information for the community.
Polk County Public Schools offers many programs for qualified, high-achieving students.
Information on identifying and reporting bullying for parents and students.
Online resources and services for students.
Information for planning the next steps of your education – and beyond.
A step-by-step guide for becoming licensed to drive.
Links to online catalogs, eBooks, and reference and research tools.
Learn about how to earn scholarship money for your education.
View school menus and replenish your accounts.
Learn about the wide variety of school options that Polk County Public Schools offers for students of all ages.
Like a mental challenge? Our academic competitions may be just right for you.
Our alternative education programs serve at-risk students, helping them to correct behaviors and develop the attitudes and skills that will help them make positive changes.
Need to know what counts as an excused absence or the school district’s attendance policy? Click here.
Polk County Public Schools’ crisis team responds to a wide variety of situations, including deaths of students and staff members, natural disasters and other traumatic events.
Doing community service will give you a competitive edge when you apply for scholarships and for admission to college.
Make sure you’re on track to graduate on time by reviewing the school district’s graduation requirements.
Polk County Public Schools’ Hearth Program offers a wide variety of resources to assist homeless students.
Here you’ll find a quick glance at the internet safety curriculum taught in our schools, as well as activities that will help you learn how to stay safe online.
Transferring or enrolling in college? Here’s how to get your student transcript.
Find out dates for spring and winter breaks, early release days, and more.
The school district’s Phoenix Program is for students who have committed an alcohol or drug offense that violates the Code of Student Conduct.
The Teen Parent Program helps students care for their children while still pursuing their education.
View state and district assessments by grade level, as well as tips on preparing for exams.
The mission of Polk County Public Schools is to provide a high-quality education for all students.
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