• CTE Return on Investment (ROI)

    The attached spreadsheet illustrates the ROI for each certification offered by Brevard Public Schools. Additional information can be found on the CTE Website.


    CTE Return on Investment (ROI) Parent Notification





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  • Dual Enrollment Registration

    Attention all dual enrollment students!  Registration for college classes begins on October 26th

    You must see your counselor first to plan course selections and obtain the necessary paperwork. 

    Please do not put this off until the last minute!


    In addition, once you have completed the registration process, it is very important to get your college schedule back to us.  Send it from your Titan email account to your counselor and to Ms. Terry Buchanan at



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  • E-Learning Links

    Click here for the BPS E-Learning Agreement


    Click here for the BPS Device Loan Agreement


    Click here for E-Learning Start Times


    Zoom directions for Parents/Students


    Student LaunchPad and FOCUS Directions


    Tech Tools for Parents and Students





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  • Bus Information

    Commodore Nation, 

    Bus Bulletin is a communication tool that will provide parents with information regarding substitute busses, substitute drivers, substitute routes, and bus delays.  Last year, Transportation Services piloted this program to a limited number of schools and received very positive feedback. District-wide implementation began August 31st with elementary schools and has proceeded to middle and high schools.  Parents of students who are assigned to a bus will automatically receive Bus Bulletins.

    If you wish to opt-out of this bulletin, please click here





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  • School Lunch Changes

    On June 16, 2020 the School Board approved a 2-year lunch price increase plan. Under this plan, secondary lunch prices will increase by $0.30 each year for the next 2 years.  


    Effective for the 2020-2021 school year, the new lunch price will be $2.20. Students who qualify for reduced lunch price will continue to pay $0.40 (no change). 


    To minimize contact with cash in the cafeteria, we are encouraging families to prepay their student's meal account at


    In an effort to address ongoing safety concerns, the Free and REduced Price Meal application has gone paperless. Parents/guardians can now complete the meal application online at


    If you have any questions, please contact the office of Food and Nutrition Services at 321-633-1000.




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