2018 Back-to-School Info School Supply Kits

We hope everyone has a wonderful summer! 

This Back-to-School Page contains helpful information and important materials you will need prior to the beginning of the school year — all in one place.

2018-2019 School Calendar  - This list of key dates will not be updated and is subject to change. Always consult the calendar on the school website for the most complete and accurate information.

This page will be updated throughout the summer.

During the summer families will receive emails directing them to this page on the website for updated back-to-school information and forms that will need to be completed before the beginning of school. This year all forms will be submitted to school through the online Magnus Health portal. (See below for more information.)

NEW STUDENTS: Magnus Health accounts for new students have not yet been set up.
Parents will receive an email when their new students' accounts can be accessed.

Update Your My BackPack Account (All families)

We need your help to be sure CDS has the most up to date, accurate and complete contact and emergency information for your family.  

UPDATE FAMILY DATA ON YOUR “MY BACKPACK” ACCOUNT

If you do not know your User Name and Password, click on "I Forgot My User Name/Password" and the information will be emailed to you.

Please be sure to update or add the following information on your My BackPack profile:

  • Indicate any changes to your family contacts including address, cell phone numbers, email addresses, etc.
  • Additional Contacts
    • Emergency Contacts: family/friends who should be called if school is unable to reach parents. (Be sure to check the box under "Additional Contacts" to designate each emergency contact person.)
    • Drivers: persons authorized to pickup your child from school. We must have your permission in order to release your child(ren) to another adult. Please list the names of your carpool and any other adults who may pick your children up from school for any reason. (Indicate "Driver" in the "Relation" field for each contact.)
  • Do Not Publish
    • Through My BackPack, CDS parents are able to access contact information for other CDS families. Parents have the ability to control how much, if any, of their contact information is shared through this online directory. To block any of your personal/family data from being visible on this online directory, click the small DNP box next to each item. (Please refer to the CDS My BackPack Parent Guide for more information.) 

Magnus Health

Magnus Health

NEW STUDENTS: Magnus Health accounts for new students have not yet been set up.
Parents will receive an email when their new students' accounts can be accessed.

Great news! Carrollwood Day School's Magnus Health portal is now active! CDS is using this secure online system to collect and manage all student health information and other vital school forms. Because this is the first year CDS is using this system and each child's record needs to be set up, it is expected to take about 20-30 minutes to complete for each child. After this year, it will take just a few minutes to provide updates to your child's record as needed.

How to submit required forms:

  • Go to Magnus Health SMR (Student Medical Records)
  • Use your "My BackPack" user name and password to log in to Magnus Health.
  • You will see your child(ren) listed on your Front Desk screen. Click on the "Complete Now" button for each child. 
  • You will advance to a screen with initial "yes" and "no" questions about your child's age and activities. 
  • Once these conditional questions have been answered, the system will generate a customized "To Do" list with all the forms and other required information (like birth certificates and immunization forms) that need to be completed/submitted for your child. 
    • You must complete all questions on the forms; for example: if you are asked to list all allergies your child has and your child does not have any allergies, you will need to write "None."  The system will not advance to the next page if any questions are left blank.
    • At the bottom of the "Vital Health Record" you will need to click "yes" in the last item and enter the names and cell phone numbers for all parents (and/or other emergency contacts) you want to have called in the event of an emergency. The cell phone field in the "Health Emergency Contacts" section at the top of this screen is not working properly.  
  • You do not need to complete/submit everything in one sitting. Magnus Health will track your progress and will send email reminders to you weekly until all required forms and information is complete.

All forms and information must be completed/uploaded to Magnus Health by August 1, 2018.

Early Childhood Campus

GENERAL INFORMATION

How to Stay Informed

PTO Welcome Letter

Risse Brothers Uniforms 

  • Kindergarten students wear the school uniform. Risse Brothers is the school uniform provider and is located at 4228 N. Armenia Avenue, Tampa 33607 (813.282.8338). Risse Brothers is open Monday - Saturday during the summer and will be at the Bearss Avenue Campus with a complete selection of regular and PE uniforms on August 14 and 15. 

REQUIRED FORMS 

Students will not be allowed to attend school until all required forms and information have been received by school. 

All forms need to be updated every year and need to be completed or uploaded to the Magnus Health portal. When parents log in to their Magnus Health account, the system will generate a list of all required forms for each child.

IMMUNIZATION INFORMATION

Current immunization and health record(s) must be uploaded to the Magnus Health portal prior to August 1, 2018Parents should obtain their child's immunization form (FL DH 680) and physical form (FL DH 3040) from their pediatrician.

Immunization & Physical Requirements
When do Children and Teens Need Vaccinations? 

  • For this first year on Magnus Health, all families need to provide the school with a copy of each student’s birth certificate, immunization record, and physical.

DRESS CODE

Carrollwood Day School is a uniform/dress code school for students in kindergarten through upper school. The responsibility for assuring students are in the proper dress ultimately lies with the parents and the individual student. The school expects all students to be dressed appropriately on campus. Students may not be allowed to attend classes unless in appropriate uniform.

Students who are not in full uniform for the first time will be loaned appropriate dress, if available. The second offense will result in the student’s parents being called to bring their student appropriate uniform attire.

The complete Dress Code can be found in the Student Handbook.

Uniforms

  • Cargo style shorts and slacks are not allowed.
  • Hoods on sweatshirts cannot be worn in the classrooms or inside the school buildings.
  • Kindergarten students are not required to wear a separate PE uniform.

Shoes and Socks

  • ECC and Elementary:
    • Shoes: Dark closed-toe dress or athletic shoes in student’s choice of color
    • Socks:  Solid, conservative or school color socks (e.g., white, red, grey, black, and brown)
      Girls may also wear black, white or red footed tights

Hair

All students’ hair should be kept neat and clean. Extreme hairstyles and hair color are prohibited. A boy’s hair must not cover the eyebrows or touch the collar. Those who fashion hairstyles that are unruly will be required to have their hairstyle groomed. Words and designs may not be cut into the hairstyle.  First offense will result in a warning; second offense will result in parents being called.

  • ECC and Elementary:
    • Ponytails are not allowed for boys in kindergarten or elementary school.

KINDERGARTEN SCHOOL SUPPLIES

Oder your school supplies for next year.

Carrollwood Day School is offering kindergarten parents the opportunity to purchase prepackaged school supplies at the guaranteed lowest prices!

Each pack of school supplies includes requested items selected by CDS teachers for each grade. The packs are shrink-wrapped and delivered to the school for free! Students will receive their supply packs at their teacher meetings in August. 

Supply Packs will be available to purchase through Sunday, June 24.

To order online:

  • Go to: educationalproducts.com/shoppacks
  • Enter our school code: CAR254
  • Supply pack pricing.
  • Remember to choose your student's grade for NEXT school year!
  • Follow the directions to complete your order
  • Keep your online confirmation as your receipt.
  • Orders will be charged sales tax at checkout.

Questions? Please contact Shawn Sarnaik at 513-260-0913 or by email.

Families may also purchase school supplies on their own.

Students should bring their supplies to school in August to their scheduled "meet your teacher meeting" day.

Elementary

GENERAL INFORMATION

How to Stay Informed

PTO Welcome Letter

Risse Brothers Uniforms 

  • Risse Brothers is the school uniform provider and is located at 4228 N. Armenia Avenue, Tampa 33607 (813.282.8338). Risse Brothers is open Monday - Saturday during the summer and will be at the Bearss Avenue Campus with a complete selection of regular and PE uniforms on August 14 and 15.

School Lunches 

REQUIRED FORMS

Students will not be allowed to attend school until all required forms and information have been received by school. All health information and school forms are must be completed/uploaded to Magnus Health by August 1, 2018.

 

All forms need to be updated every year and need to be completed or uploaded to the Magnus Health portal. When parents log in to their Magnus Health account, the system will generate a list of all required forms for each child.

 

IMMUNIZATION INFORMATION

Current immunization record(s) must be on file prior to August 1, 2018Parents should obtain their child's immunization form (FL DH 680) and physical form (FL DH 3040) from their pediatrician.

Immunization & Physical Requirements
When do Children and Teens Need Vaccinations?

  • For this first year on Magnus Health, all families need to provide the school with a copy of each student’s birth certificate, immunization record, and physical.

ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION FORMS

Students in grades 4 and 5 are invited to participate in Running Club along with the middle school cross country and track and field teams. Athletes and parents should refer to the Athletic Handbook and Athletic Brochure for policies and information about the elementary athletics programs. All athletic forms need to be completed on the Magnus Health portal. 

DRESS CODE

Carrollwood Day School is a uniform/dress code school for students in kindergarten and older. The responsibility for assuring students are in the proper dress ultimately lies with the parents and the individual student. The school expects all students to be dressed appropriately on campus. Students may not be allowed to attend classes unless in appropriate uniform.

Students who are not in full uniform for the first time will be loaned appropriate dress, if available. The second offense will result in the student’s parents being called to bring their student appropriate uniform attire.

The complete Dress Code can be found in the Student Handbook.

Uniforms

  • Cargo style shorts and slacks are not allowed.
  • Sweatshirt hoods cannot be worn in the classrooms or inside the school buildings.
  • Only the oval “Patriot Pride” eagle logo is allowed on PE apparel and sweatshirts.

Shoes and Socks

  • ECC and Elementary:
    • Shoes: Dark closed-toe dress or athletic shoes in student’s choice of color
    • Socks:  Solid, conservative or school color socks (e.g., white, red, grey, black, and brown)
      Girls may also wear black, white or red footed tights

Hair

All students’ hair should be kept neat and clean. Extreme hairstyles and hair color are prohibited. A boy’s hair must not cover the eyebrows or touch the collar. Those who fashion hairstyles that are unruly will be required to have their hairstyle groomed. Words and designs may not be cut into the hairstyle.  First offense will result in a warning; second offense will result in parents being called.

  • ECC and Elementary:
    • Ponytails are not allowed for boys in kindergarten or elementary school.

SCHOOL SUPPLIES

Oder your school supplies for next year.

Carrollwood Day School is offering elementary parents the opportunity to purchase prepackaged school supplies at the guaranteed lowest prices!

Each pack of school supplies includes requested items selected by CDS teachers for each grade. The packs are shrink-wrapped and delivered to the school for free! Students will receive their supply packs at their teacher meetings in August. 

Supply Packs will be available to purchase through Sunday, June 24.

To order online:

  • Go to: educationalproducts.com/shoppacks
  • Enter our school code: CAR254
  • Supply pack pricing.
  • Remember to choose your student's grade for NEXT school year!
  • Follow the directions to complete your order
  • Keep your online confirmation as your receipt.
  • Orders will be charged sales tax at checkout.

Questions? Please contact Shawn Sarnaik at 513-260-0913 or by email.

Families may also purchase school supplies on their own.

Students should bring their supplies to school in August to their scheduled "meet your teacher meeting" day.

TECHNOLOGY@CDS

iPad 

Carrollwood Day School's one-to-one device program includes all students in grades 4 – 12.

At CDS, technology is embedded in the learning experiences throughout the entire school. 

For the 2018-2019 school year:

  • All CDS students in grades 4-6 are required to bring an Apple iPad to school every day.
  • Students in each grade are required to have particular apps installed on their iPads and MacBooks. It is the responsibility of the student's family to purchase and install the required applications on the student device.  Please click here for the elementary Required Apps.

Visit the BYOD@CDS page under "Academics > Technology" for specific requirements and answers to frequently asked questions about the CDS One-to-One program.

SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS

Summer Reading

To help you select your books, your child's teacher has prepared a list of suggested summer reading. Some students find they enjoy and decide to read books by one author. Some students like to read mystery books, fantasies or historical fiction. The important thing is that all students need to read to sharpen their reading skills and to experience the pure joy of reading a good book.

Summer Math

Parents can reinforce math skills with everyday activities. Incorporate math into your family's daily life - without a lot of time, effort, or expense - with these fun ideas.

Students entering 6th grade have a math packet to complete.

Middle School

GENERAL INFORMATION 

How to Stay Informed

PTO Welcome Letter

Schedule for Middle School Orientation (Will be published during the summer)

Risse Brothers Uniforms 

  • Risse Brothers is the school uniform provider and is located at 4228 N. Armenia Avenue, Tampa 33607 (813.282.8338). Risse Brothers is open Monday - Saturday during the summer and will be at the Bearss Avenue Campus with a complete selection of regular and PE uniforms on August 14 and 15.

School Lunches 

REQUIRED FORMS

Students will not be allowed to attend school until all required forms and information have been received by school. All health information and school forms are must be completed/uploaded to Magnus Health by August 1, 2018.

  • All forms need to be updated every year and need to be completed or uploaded to the Magnus Health portal. When parents log in to their Magnus Health account, the system will generate a list of all required forms for each child.

IMMUNIZATION INFORMATION

Current immunization record(s) must be uploaded to the Magnus Health portal prior to August 1, 2018.  Parents should obtain their child's immunization form (FL DH 680) and physical form (FL DH 3040) from their pediatrician.

Immunization & Physical Requirements
When do Children and Teens Need Vaccinations?

  • 7th grade immunization update must be uploaded to the Magnus Health portal by August 1, 2018
  • For this first year on Magnus Health, all families need to provide the school with a copy of each student’s birth certificate, immunization record, and physical.

ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION FORMS

Athletes and parents should refer to the Athletic Handbook and Athletic Brochure for policies and information about the elementary, middle school and upper school athletics programs.

  • All athletic forms must be uploaded to the Magnus Health portal by July 30, 2018
  • Athletes participating in fall sports must have all forms uploaded before July 30, 2018, the first day of practice.
  • Information about Fall Varsity Sports

    ORIENTATION

    Attendance at Orientation is mandatory.

    Monday, August 13, 2018 - 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
    ALL
    6th Grade Students & Newly Enrolled 7th and 8th Grade Students

    Tuesday and Wednesday, August 14 and 15, 2018
    ALL
    Middle School students

    • Tuesday will be a half-day
    • Wednesday will be a full-day; students will be doing activities off campus in the afternoon
    • More information and schedules will be emailed to families during the summer

    Thursday & Friday, August 16 & 17, 2018 - 8:00 am - 3:15 pm
    Students begin the first two days of the new academic year. Students will turn in their summer assignments for math and reading. Bring your charged iPads/MacBooks, a snack, and lunch*. 

    * For those who would like to purchase lunches at school, information will be sent over the summer with menus and instructions on how to order.

    DRESS CODE

    Carrollwood Day School is a uniform/dress code school for students in kindergarten through upper school. The responsibility for assuring students are in the proper dress ultimately lies with the parents and the individual student. The school expects all students to be dressed appropriately on campus. Students may not be allowed to attend classes unless in appropriate uniform.

    Students who are not in full uniform for the first time will be loaned appropriate dress, if available. The second offense will result in the student’s parents being called to bring their student appropriate uniform attire.

    The complete Dress Code can be found in the Student Handbook.

    Uniforms

    • Cargo style shorts and slacks are not allowed.
    • Sweatshirt hoods cannot be worn in the classrooms or inside the school buildings.
    • Only the oval “Patriot Pride” eagle logo is allowed on PE apparel and sweatshirts.

    Shoes and Socks

    • Middle School
      • Shoes: Dark closed-toe dress or athletic shoes in student’s choice of color; no boots, crocs, or sandals
      • Socks:  Solid, conservative or school color socks (e.g., white, red, grey, black, and brown)
      • Girls may also wear full length black leggings or footed tights

    Hair

    All students’ hair should be kept neat and clean. Extreme hairstyles and hair color are prohibited. A boy’s hair must not cover the eyebrows or touch the collar. Those who fashion hairstyles that are unruly will be required to have their hairstyle groomed. Words and designs may not be cut into the hairstyle. First offense will result in a warning; second offense will result in parents being called.

    • Middle School and High School:
      • Hair height is not to be above 2 inches.
      • Ponytails and dreadlocks must be pulled back and above the collar.
      • Facial hair (beards, mustaches and goatees) and unusually long sideburns are not permitted.

    SCHOOL SUPPLIES

    Middle school students are responsible for purchasing their own school supplies and bringing them to school during orientation in August.  This year the teachers have organized the lists to itemize supplies needed for each class and included a consolidated supply list to make your shopping easier! Here are the lists of supplies required for each grade next year:

    TECHNOLOGY@CDS

     iPad 

    Carrollwood Day School's one-to-one device program includes all students in grades 4 – 12.

    At CDS, technology is embedded in the learning experiences throughout the entire school. For the 2018-2019 school year:

    • All CDS students in grade 6 are required to bring an Apple iPad
    • CDS students in grades 7 & 8 are required to bring an Apple MacBook laptop to campus every day.
    • Students in each grade are required to have particular apps installed on their iPads and MacBooks. It is the responsibility of the student's family to purchase and install the required applications on the student device. Please click here for the MS Required Apps.

    Visit the BYOD@CDS page for specific requirements and answers to frequently asked questions about the CDS One-to-One program.

    SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS

    Middle School Math Assignments

    Keeping students academically engaged throughout the summer is one way to continue to ensure their success in the future. Before summer break, students entering grades 7 and 8 were given packets of Summer Math Skill Builders. All work necessary to complete each problem must be shown. All work must be done on graph paper and in pencil only. The final answers need to be entered in the answer column provided in the packet. Summer Math Skill Builders will be due on the first day of school, Thursday, August 16, 2018. 

    Middle School Summer Reading

    “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.”  - Dr. Seuss

    • Rising 6th Graders
      • Out of My Mind by Sharon M. Draper 
      • Book of Choice
    • Rising 7th Graders
      • Don't Look Behind You by Lois Duncan 
      • A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Parker 
    • Rising 8th Graders
      • The Giver by Lois Lowry 
      • ONE of the following books
        • Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee by Dee Brown
        • Copper Sun by Sharon M. Draper
        • Uprising by Margaret Peterson Haddix
        • My Brother Sam is Dead by James Lincoln Collier and Christopher Collier

    Click here to download a copy of the required middle school summer reading assignments.

    Upper School

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    How to Stay Informed

    PTO Welcome Letter

    Schedule for Upper School Orientation (Will be published during the summer)

    Risse Brothers Uniforms 

    • Risse Brothers is the school uniform provider and is located at 4228 N. Armenia Avenue, Tampa 33607 (813.282.8338). Risse Brothers is open Monday - Saturday during the summer and will be at the Bearss Avenue Campus with a complete selection of regular and PE uniforms on August 14 and 15.

    School Lunches 

    REQUIRED FORMS

    Students will not be allowed to attend school until all required forms and information have been received by school. All health information and school forms are must be completed/uploaded to Magnus Health by August 1, 2018.

    • All forms need to be updated every year and need to be completed or uploaded to the Magnus Health portal. When parents log in to their Magnus Health account, the system will generate a list of all required forms for each child.

    IMMUNIZATION INFORMATION

    Current immunization record(s) must be uploaded to the Magnus Health portal prior to August 1, 2018.  Parents should obtain their child's immunization form (FL DH 680) and physical form (FL DH 3040) from their pediatrician.

    Immunization & Physical Requirements
    When do Children and Teens Need Vaccinations?

    • For this first year on Magnus Health, all families need to provide the school with a copy of each student’s birth certificate, immunization record, and physical.

    ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION FORMS

    Athletes and parents should refer to the Athletic Handbook and Athletic Brochure for policies and information about the elementary, middle school and upper school athletics programs.

    • All athletic forms must be uploaded to the Magnus Health portal by August 1, 2018
    • Athletes participating in fall sports must have all forms uploaded before July 30, 2018, the first day of practice.

    ORIENTATION

    Attendance at Orientation is mandatory.

    Monday, August 13, 2018
    This day is planned for all incoming CDS upper school students; this includes ALL 9th graders and all 10th and 11th graders new to CDS upper school! 

    Tuesday and Wednesday, August 14 and 15, 2018 
    Grades 9 - 12:  Schedule will be published during the summer

    DRESS CODE

    Carrollwood Day School is a uniform/dress code school for students in kindergarten through upper school. The responsibility for assuring students are in the proper dress ultimately lies with the parents and the individual student. The school expects all students to be dressed appropriately on campus. Students may not be allowed to attend classes unless in appropriate uniform.

    Students who are not in full uniform for the first time will be loaned appropriate dress, if available. The second offense will result in the student’s parents being called to bring their student appropriate uniform attire.

    The complete Dress Code can be found in the Student Handbook.

    Uniforms

    • *** NEW*** A black dry-fit collared shirt has been added to the upper school wardrobe.
    • Cargo style shorts and slacks are not allowed.
    • Sweatshirt hoods cannot be worn in the classrooms or inside the school buildings.
    • Only the oval “Patriot Pride” eagle logo is allowed on PE apparel and sweatshirts.

    Shoes and Socks

    • Closed-toe shoes and socks must be worn; no crocs or sandals
    • Girls may also wear full length black leggings or footed tights

    Hair

    All students’ hair should be kept neat and clean. Extreme hairstyles and hair color are prohibited. A boy’s hair must not cover the eyebrows or touch the collar. Those who fashion hairstyles that are unruly will be required to have their hairstyle groomed. Words and designs may not be cut into the hairstyle.  First offense will result in a warning; second offense will result in parents being called.

    • Middle School and Upper School:
      • Hair height is not to be above 2 inches.
      • Ponytails and dreadlocks must be pulled back and above the collar.
      • Facial hair (beards, mustaches and goatees) and unusually long sideburns are not permitted.

    SCHOOL SUPPLIES

    Upper school students are responsible for purchasing their own school supplies and bringing them to school during orientation in August.

    TECHNOLOGY@CDS

    iPad 

    Carrollwood Day School's one-to-one device program includes all students in grades 4 – 12.

    At CDS, technology is embedded in the learning experiences throughout the entire school. For the 2018-2019 school year:

    • All students in grades 9 - 12 are required to bring an Apple MacBook laptop to campus every day.
    • Students in each grade are required to have particular apps installed on their MacBooks. It is the responsibility of the student's family to purchase and install the required applications on the student device.  Please click here for the HS Required Apps.

    Visit the BYOD@CDS page for specific requirements and answers to frequently asked questions about the CDS One-to-One program.

    SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS

    Required Summer Math

    In order to keep your current math skills sharp, please complete this summer review packet.  Show all work, graphs, and solutions clearly. Solutions are not provided with this packet. Summer Math Packets are due on the first day of school, Thursday, August 16, 2018. 

    Required Summer Reading

    For both 9th and 10th grade, students MUST read two novels: the mandatory novel and one novel from the “Choice” list. Students should be prepared to write an essay regarding summer reading the first week of school. If they choose to take notes as they read (in their own handwriting), they may use these notes for the preparation of their essay. The essay will be completed in class.

    All 11th graders need to read Homer's The Odyssey  translated by Robert Fagles  

    12th Grade EE Summer Assignments

    Required Spanish Assignments

    Required Science Assignments

    Forms as needed (After Care & Transportation)

    After Care

    CDS uses KidCheck® to provide an online check in/check out system for students that participate in the extended day program at both the Early Childhood Campus (ECC) and the Bearss Avenue campus (grades 1 - 5). KidCheck® improves the safety and tracking of our children and  will also enhance our communication, security and our administration of our extended day programs. Each family that intends to utilize the before care (ECC only) or after care program (both campuses) must create an account prior to the first day of attendance. If your child is already registered in KidCheck, it is not necessary to create a new account; your account is still active.

    Click here to download the simple instructions to create your KidCheck account today. 

    Transportation

    Carrollwood Day School offers transportation to and from the Bearss Avenue Campus on a fleet of school owned buses. This service is maintained for the convenience of CDS families. CDS has established bus stops at various locations on each of our bus routes. Compliant with State guidelines, CDS may not pick up students at their residence.  In addition to the route bus stops, there is a shuttle between the ECC and Bearss Avenue Campus to assist families with children enrolled at both campuses.

    For families that do not use the CDS bus service, Carrollwood Day School encourages all parents to carpool whenever possible. In an effort to "go green," over the summer CDS will make available resources for parents to help find carpool partners effective and easy. 

    Get Involved in 2018-2019!

    Volunteer

    The Room Representative acts as the liaison between the teacher and the parents, coordinates class volunteers, and facilitates events held "outside the classroom" (International Festival, class Auction/Gala involvement, Staff Appreciation activities, etc.). Periodic meetings are held to discuss the details of upcoming events. Meeting notes and parent information letters are provided for the representative to communicate with parents. It is a great way to get involved and stay connected!

    We are currently collecting names of those parents who are interested in getting more involved for the elementary grades. If you are interested in potentially becoming a Room Representative for your child's class/homeroom for the next school year, please click on the link below to add your name to the list by August 3rd. Please add your name to each grade level that you would consider volunteering to be a Room Rep. Final selection will take place by September, after the students have been assigned to their classroom. (Please note: Placing your name on this list does not guarantee that you will be asked to serve as a Room Rep for your child's classroom. Room Rep assignments are based on supply/demand, teacher needs, etc.

    Please contact Andrea Esguerra , ECC and Elementary School Room Rep Coordinator, or Julie Rand, MS Room Rep Coordinator, with questions.  

    Volunteer

    Support our Stars... in sports and on the stage!

    Whether you are a parent of an athlete or thespian or not, CDS athletics and performing arts are a lot of fun and bring our community together. We hope you will consider becoming a member of both organizations!

    Booster Club

    The Patriot Booster Club is an organization of parents, alumni and friends who are building a quality athletic and physical education program at CDS. In cooperation with the Athletic Director, the Boosters provide support for all athletics, including sponsored events, intramurals, middle school sports teams, and JV and varsity sports teams.


    Friends of the Performing Arts is an organization of parents, alumni, and friends who are dedicated to strengthening the Performing Arts program at Carrollwood Day School. In cooperation with the Performing Arts Directors, the Friends provide support for all performing art productions produced at CDS throughout the year.  

    • The first performing arts show next year will be a high school production (TBD) on  November 30 - December 1!
    • The all-school musical, Mary Poppins, is scheduled for April 5-7!

    WATCH FOR YOUR INVITATION TO JOIN THESE TWO GROUPS!

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