In order to protect the health and safety of employees, staff, and students, all those who access Pasco County School locations must self-screen for symptoms and other risk factors of COVID-19 daily. If you answer YES to any of the questions, you should NOT be on campus. Access the Visitor Screener or the Student Screener online. Employees should use the Employee Self-Screener.

A message was sent out yesterday from Fivay High School explaining the Governor’s Executive Order for students not making adequate progress in the mySchool Online Instructional Model for Semester 1. As a reminder, mySchool Online eligibility criteria includes Cs or better in all classes, being on track for graduation, completing the Algebra 1 EOC and FSA ELA statewide assessments with passing scores, and having an 85% attendance rate in each course need to return to the traditional, face to face instructional model for semester 2.

Parents that continue to keep their children home must acknowledge that they have received notification of not meeting adequate progress in the Parent Portal no later than Friday, December 18th.  The acknowledgement should only be submitted if you are planning to keep your child in mySchool Online for semester 2, even though they are not making adequate progress.

The acknowledgement states: “I have been notified that my student, who is currently enrolled in one or more of the online options (mySchool Oonline or Pasco eSchool) is not making adequate progress, but I am choosing to continue my student’s enrollment in their current online option for the second semester.  I understand that my student will be required to engage in academic interventions provided by their school as a condition of continued enrollment.”

If mySchool Online families do not complete the acknowledgement by December 18th, a traditional, face to face schedule will be created for your child and will be available for the start of semester 2, January 6th

If your child is currently online, and wants to return to face-to-face classes, please email so we can ensure that a smooth transition occurs for your child on January 6th