Remote Learning Resources

  • In order to best serve our students and entire learning community at Heritage High School please tale a moment to review several online learning options being offered to our teachers and students. The link for our Online Media Center gives usernames, passwords, and instructions for accessing all of our rsearch, reading, and learning apps from home, on your own devices.

     

    HHS Media Center Online

     

    The Florida DOE has also created a site with a list of many of the companies and free resources for available. Under Amazing Educational Resources is an extensive list of resources that companies are now providing for FREE!

    Florida DOE Free Resources

     

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  • The Heritage High School Media Center Mission Statement:


    The Heritage High School Media Center will create a positive, student-centered learning experience that serves to support classroom/teacher curriculum,  share, motivate, and support student achievement and accomplishments, and prepare students for real world critical thinking and work skills while promoting literacy in all students.

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • The Media Center is for students to utilize that are enrolled at Heritage High School  and that are attending classes on campus during the school day. We offer our students avariety of services and access to many resources for their academic success. 

     

    Printing-  Students have access to one black and white printer. Students may print school-related documents, except photographs, free of charge. All other printing will incur a fee of .10$ per page. 

     

    Computers- Students may access computers for homework, classwork, research, and study purposes ONLY any time throughout the day, with a pass from the classroom teacher. Students will be permitted to use the computers for 30 minutes if others are waiitng, and only during one class period throughout the day, plus before school and/or during lunch.

    Research- Students have access to several research resources. Students must access these resources through their Launchpad both on and off campus. 

    Volunteer Hours- Students interested in volunteering in the Media Center may do so during their lunch, before school, or after school as needed. There is a sign-in sheet at the front desk. Please clear with Mrs. Cote before signing in. 

    Lunch- Students who wish to purchase lunch in the cafeteria and bring their lunch to the Media center must obtain a special pass from either Mrs. Cote or Ms. Burgos or they will not be allowed to leave the cafeteria/courtyard dining areas. Passes are given on a first come/first serve basis and must be checked back in at the end of each quarter. 

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  • In order to pick up your Fall books, you must have a book list printed out (hard copies ONLY). To do so please follow these steps:

    1. Visit the EFSC campus bookstore at EFSC Bookstore

    2. Go to drop down menu ad hover over "textbooks"

    3. Click on the option "Find textbooks"

    4. Use the dropdown menus to add your campus, and course and section numbers (found on your schedule). The term is Fall 20

    5. Enter your information and scroll down and clock on "Find Textbooks"

    6. When the page comes up showing your book list, simply hit "control P" or "Command P"(if you have a MAC) and print the page. 

     

    You will bring this book list PLUS a hard copy of your schedule to the Media Center on your assigned day to pick up your books...we will NOT have printing or computers available those dates, you will need to print out in advance! The local libraries ALL have printers and copy machines available!, as does the EFSC campuses as well

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Dual Enrollment Textbooks

  • ATTENTION FALL STUDENTS!

     

    All EFSC Fall textbooks will be distributed on the following dates:
     
    10th grade- Tuesday, August 18th from 9 am through 2 pm
    11th grade- Wednesday, August 19th from 9 am through 2 pm
    12th grade- Thursday, August 20th from 9 am through 2 pm 
     
    Please adhere to the following instructions when picking up your books:
     
    Enter through the Media Center entrance from the east parking lot. It is suggested that each individual entering wear a face mask. Only 10 students will be permitted into the Media Center at one time. Students MUST have a copy of their Fall schedule and a printed out book list with them and will turn this in. We WILL NOT have printers available for students or be able to make copies for you... you MUST have your own HARD copies, no pictures! Instructions for how to print your book list can be found on the Media Center web page at https://www.brevardschools.org/domain/8461#calendar29050/20200728/month. Please come ONLY on the day assigned to your grade!
     
    If you are unable to come on these days you must wait until we return to campus on August 24th and email Mrs. Cote to schedule an appointment to come in to get your Fall books!
     
    Summer books can be returned in a drop box out side of the Media Center entrances (east parking lot and courtyard entrance) after August 24th! 
    These instructions will be posted on our school web page, Media Center website, and linked to instructions via REMIND!
     
    Email Mrs. Cote AFTER August 10th with any questions. 

    Email Mrs. Cote

     

     

     

     

    Sign-up for Remind!


  • Florida Teens Read 2020-2021 Selections!

    The Florida Teens Read 2020-2021 selections have been announced!

    Please view the slideshow below to find out the new young adult novels and to receive a short summary of them all! You may access these from home using the SORA app on your Launchpad!

     

    New Florida Teens Read book selections for 2020-2021!


    https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1HctS__CYxVdTaAeNbgRqxsoQTWsyjwd2Tb2xAdwsEgs/edit?usp=sharing

    FTR 20-21 Slideshow

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