Student Services

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    TV Broadcast Studio - Our studio televises live announcements each morning. Student recognition is featured. Students operate the entire show with supervision from Ms. Gokee. The crew consists of anchors, camera, sound and video mixer technicians, announcers, and assistants.

      

    ESOL Information

    ESE Information

    CAFETERIA

    Breakfast is served each morning in the cafeteria. All students may eat breakfast FREE.

    • BREAKFAST Free
    • STUDENT LUNCH Free
    • EXTRA MILK $0.35


    Students may want to have money in their lunch account to pay for extra milks or snacks.  Your child may deposit money during breakfast or online. Checks should be made payable to Reddick-Collier Elementary School Cafeteria. Emergency charging may be necessary upon occasion; however, after three days the courtesy of charging will be withdrawn.

    HEALTH SCREENING PROGRAM

    Every year, according to Florida Statute 381.0056, schools participate in a health screening program. Health problems may affect a child’s ability to learn or participate fully in the learning process. Paraprofessionals, school personnel or volunteers perform the initial screenings. For any concern detected, a registered nurse will re-screen the child and if necessary, recommend a medical evaluation. The Marion County School Health Services Plan reflects the following services:

    SCREENING -- GRADE

    • Vision* -- K-1-3-6-7
    • Scoliosis -- 6 & 7
    • Growth and Development -- 1-3-6
    • Hearing*  -- K-1-6-7
    • Nutrition -- 1-3-6 and on referral

     

    *Vision and hearing screening must be done for students entering a Florida school for the first time.

     

    Children in other grades will receive a screening if the teacher suspects a problem. Screenings find possible problems. It does not take the place of an examination by a doctor. If you do not wish your child to participate in health screenings, you must submit a written request, annually. Submit this request the first week of school.

     

    You may call the Marion County Public Schools Health Education Office at 236-0587 if you have any questions. The Marion County Health Department will also answer questions. Their number is 629-0137, ext. 2043.