Mr. Robinson's 1st grade class.

  • Hello parents (and students)! Hope all are doing well. Miss you all!  I have set up this webpage to allow access for parents to contact me if needed and to refer to when needed for assignments and pertinent information.  This will be new for all of us and I will do my best to help you along the way.  This is a unique time and a very fluid situation, so things are changing day to day (sometimes hour to hour) so we all need to work together for what's best for the children.  For the most current, up to date information please refer to the marion county website:


     Students will be able to access the assignments on their student desktop/Portals.

    Assignments will be posted on this website for you to access with your child. Click on the different tabs to navigate. We will be assigning 3 activites per week for ELA and Math per week.  We will be assigning 1 assignment per week for Science and Social Studies that will be due each week.  One grade will be taken per subject per week.



    Teacher hours for contact with parents and students:

     10:00-11:00 and 1:00-2:00

     Call 352-671-6150 Ext. 53571,  or use Dojo to contact me.


    Marion County Public Schools may record online classroom sessions utilizing third-party platforms (Zoom, Google Classroom, etc.).  These recordings will only be used for educational purposes and may be shared on other learning platforms.  If you do not want your child’s image or identifying information recorded, utilize your device/platform controls to stop the camera feed from your device.

How to locate the assignment

  • When clicking on assignments:

    1. Drop down the category for the subject

    2. Drop down the month for the current month

    3. Drop down the year for 2020

    Then you will see the assignments


    For technical issues with school-distributed Chromebooks, users can call the Parent Service Desk Helpline at 352.867.2100. This helpline operates Monday–Friday, 7:30AM-4:30PM (wait times can vary).  Please note: technicians cannot resolve issues with Internet connections or student passwords.


    “Parking Lot Wi-Fi” is now available at six schools and coming to four more. Dunnellon High, Fort McCoy School, Lake Weir Middle, North Marion High, North Marion Middle, and Vanguard High parking lots offer free Wi-Fi service Monday-Friday from 9AM-7PM. Users simply drive into the parking lot, log in, and access learning materials online. Additional schools receiving the service in the immediate future include Belleview Middle, Forest High, Horizon Academy at Marion Oaks, and West Port High. This service is provided through a partnership with the City of Ocala.

  • Parents and Vistors, please click on the Gallery tab to see pictures of our students for Spirit Week.  

  • Remember to read at least 20 minutes per day.  Please work on I-Ready 15 to 20 minutes per day each subject (reading/math) to reach 45 minutes per week each subject.

  • Up  Coming events Student Belongings Pick-up 5th Grade Recognition