• Superintendent Addison Davis

  • Tropical Storm Nicole

    Posted by Addison Davis on 11/9/2022 11:00:00 AM

    The district has worked closely with local emergency management officials over the past few days to monitor Tropical Storm Nicole. The latest official forecast track for this storm puts it closer to our region, and we are now advised that we could see sustained wind levels that would make it dangerous for students to be transported to school on Thursday. Our school buses cannot be on the roads when sustained winds reach 35 mph. Currently, forecasters are expecting sustained winds to reach above 35+ mph in Hillsborough County. 

    It is for this reason and our priority to keep students and staff safe that we have made the decision to cancel school on Thursday, November 10. As previously scheduled, students are already off for Veterans Day on Friday, November 11.

    Our district and so many others have already adjusted school calendars following Hurricane Ian to ensure students receive statutorily required instructional minutes. As a result of this latest closure, and in order to preserve the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday week, we will plan our district's make up day for Monday, January 9, 2023, as the last day of the first semester. That Monday will be a full school day and not early release. 

    Although Tropical Storm Nicole is not a powerful hurricane, it can still affect your home and family. Please follow local media stations for the latest information on the storm's path. Most importantly, stay safe. 

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  • Hurrican Ian Make Up Days

    Posted by Addison Davis on 10/7/2022 12:00:00 PM

    I am glad that we are getting back to a sense of normalcy after the events of last week. We continue to work with staff that may have been impacted by the storm and hope that all our colleagues are safe and well. As a follow up to my previous email, I want to update you on the status of our missed instructional days. District leaders have been reviewing the Student Calendar and working with state education leaders to determine how many school days must be made up. 

    By state law, for students to receive full credit for their classes, they must fulfill a minimum number of hours in class each semester. State requirements do not allow districts to utilize instructional time from the second semester to make up for days missed in the first semester.

    Our district prepares for situations like this by building extra instructional time into our academic calendar. It has been determined we must only make up two school days. 

    In order to preserve the entire week off for Thanksgiving Break, we have identified the following days as makeup:

    • Monday, October 17 will be a full student day (not Early Release) instead of a teacher planning day
    • We will extend six Early Release Days into full school days.

    Through collaboration with our employee unions, the following Mondays will now become full school days:

    • November 7
    • November 14
    • November 28
    • December 5
    • December 12
    • December 19

    There will not be a need for changes to the payroll schedule with this new work time since all staff were paid their full salary the week the district was closed. However, if an employee takes leave during this new instructional time, they will need to use their annual leave.

    District leaders explored multiple scenarios including requesting the Florida Department of Education waive the missed instructional hours; however, the state has directed all school districts to use available time in their academic calendars to maintain statutory requirements. We believe this plan will have the least impact on making up required instructional minutes and allow for a much-needed week off at Thanksgiving.

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  • Programs & Events Will Honor Hispanic Heritage Month

    Posted by Addison Davis on 9/15/2022 10:00:00 AM

    Hispanic Heritage Month - Sept 15-Oct 15

    The diverse student body within Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS) not only makes our district unique, but it also makes us stronger. With more than 80,000 students identifying as Hispanic in our community, it is important to celebrate during National Hispanic Heritage Month, which begins on Thursday, September 15 and ends on Saturday, October 15. While we have a variety of special tributes, programs and celebrations throughout our campuses to honor contributions that Hispanics have made to our nation, I want to also share how HCPS celebrates Hispanic culture each and every day. 

    At the beginning of this academic year, our district hosted an Immigrant Welcome Center at Leto Adult School to provide one central location for the influx of Cuban residents expected into Tampa Bay. District staff worked diligently on-site to provide assistance with registration, physicals and immunizations, as well as offer resources like food and clothing. We realize standing together to welcome our growing Hispanic community is critical to our mission and to student achievement. 

    Families will again benefit from Pasos al Futuro, a series of events aimed at helping students in grades 8-12 to prepare for high school, college and the workforce. The kickoff event will be held at the University of South Florida, the first time it has ever been hosted on a college campus. These presentations will be entirely in Spanish to educate families on requirements for college admission, explain how to apply for financial aid and give an overview on the application process. This program is a critical component to connect with families about postsecondary opportunities. 

    The National Parent School Partnership Program is another chance for HCPS families to become engaged in their student’s educational journey. We work with Spanish-speaking families to empower them to advocate for their student while building a more effective parent-school partnership. 

    Whether in the classroom, through a learning series or in an arts performance, your child will enjoy a variety of events to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at their school as we aim to celebrate this unique culture and all it has to offer. Our staff will have the opportunity to engage in Hispanic culture learning opportunities with a professional development series. 

    We must also remember to acknowledge and celebrate this growing community year-round by continually providing unique opportunities and unwavering support to our Hispanic families, educators and staff. When we commemorate Hispanic culture this month, we celebrate our community’s diversity.

    Osprey Observer

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  • Millage Referendum Update

    Posted by Addison Davis on 8/24/2022 11:05:00 AM

    As the proud superintendent of Hillsborough County Public Schools, I want to thank our community for becoming educated on the millage referendum and being a part of yesterday’s democratic process.

    Despite our efforts to inform voters on what the ballot item would mean for our district, unofficial results indicate that the millage referendum did not pass by 619 votes. Under state law, a countywide recount will take place as the margin is less than one half of one percent.

    If the unofficial results stand, it will not change our efforts as we fight to increase education funding for students and staff. The following facts remain: 

    • We are facing an alarming teacher shortage due in part to salary levels.
    • Florida is ranked near the bottom in education funding nationally.
    • Hillsborough County is ranked 45th in state and local per-pupil funding.
    • 23 Florida school districts – many bordering Hillsborough County – now have an additional millage allowing them to enhance compensation packages for teachers, administrators, and support staff  

    Please know we will be back in 2024 to ask the Board to place a millage referendum on the ballot, asking voters for additional funding to further support education. As the 7th largest district in the nation, we must do everything possible to inform our community on how education is funded in Florida and push lawmakers to help us create the best educational system for our children.

    Thank you for your continued trust and support of Hillsborough County Public Schools

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  • Congratulations on an Amazing Academic Performance

    Posted by Addison Davis on 7/8/2022
    I want to take a moment to congratulate all educators, support staff, administrators, leaders, and Board Members on a significant milestone: Hillsborough County Public Schools has been elevated into the top 20 school districts in the state following the release of district and school grades. In 2019, our district was ranked 35th out of 67 counties academically. Today, I am proud to announce that 96% of our schools attained a "C" grade or higher, catapulting HCPS to #19 in the state. 
    Understand that we could not celebrate today's tremendous news without the tireless efforts from our dedicated and talented educators and support staff who consistently displayed the passion and discipline needed to bolster student achievement. I want to extend my appreciation to school-based leaders who guided this important work during one of the most unique academic years in memory. Each one played an integral part in realizing this success. 
    I also want to highlight the fact that several chronically challenged schools in our district’s Transformation Network far exceeded expectations. We have projected to eliminate nearly half of all persistently low performing schools following this year’s stellar performance. The below charts provide a preliminary look at information contained within the state accountability report.
    As of now, we are still analyzing district and school-based data points and working to identify our areas of opportunities that will propel us to become a systemic “A” school district. Again, I am so proud of each of our employees as their sacrifices and dedication to excellence continue to inspire me. This is just the beginning of what we will achieve together.
    All schools (traditional & charter)
    All HCPS Schools (Traditional and Charter)
    District Managed Schools
    District Managed Schools (includes TN)
    Charter Schools Only
    Charter Schools Only
    Transformation Network Only
    Transformation Network Only
    *Schools in parenthesis are currently issued an "Incomplete". These schools have been tentatively counted in their projected grade based on the district's calculations. 

    This data will be revised as the official grade is released from the FLDOE.


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  • Hillsborough County Public Schools Students Outpace State Average in Newly Released Science and Social Studies Assessment Scores

    Posted by Addison Davis on 7/1/2022 12:00:00 PM

    We at Hillsborough County Public Schools are celebrating another round of impressive assessment scores that outperformed the state average in key areas including Algebra, Geometry, Biology, Civics, and U.S. History. Despite pandemic related stressors including student absences and teacher vacancies, scores increased in every subject area.

    • Civics: 72% score, up by 11 percentage points
    • Algebra: 60% score, an increase of 6 percent
    • Geometry: 53% score, a jump of 7 percent
    • U.S. History: 69% score, a 2-percentage point jump
    • Biology: 62% score, an increase of 2 percent

    Our district’s Algebra, Biology, Civics, and U.S. History assessment outcomes represent the highest scores in comparable and contiguous districts (Broward, Miami Dade, Duvall, Palm Beach, Orange, Pinellas, Manatee, Pasco, and Polk Counties). Fifth and sixth grade sciences saw an increase of 2 and 1 percentage points respectively.

    This data represents the tireless commitment demonstrated by our teachers, support staff, and leaders toward student achievement. As we continue on our quest to rebound from the negative effects of the last two years, it is evident that we are leveraging our resources effectively through the hands of our talented and dedicated educators.

    These scores come on the heels of equally impressive assessment performances in Mathematics, which increased overall and outpaced the state average in key areas. Third through eighth grade Mathematics scores increased by 4%, while Algebra 1 performance increased by 6%. African-American and Hispanic student performance jumped by 6% in Mathematics. Our district also broadly sustained assessment scores in English and Language Arts (ELA).

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  • How the Millage Referendum Could Help Our Community

    Posted by Addison Davis on 6/3/2022 7:00:00 AM

    Since arriving in March 2020 as the Superintendent of Hillsborough County Public Schools, our team has worked diligently to address the financial challenges that have plagued this district for close to a decade. By the end of this fiscal year, Hillsborough County Public Schools is slated to overcome a $150 million deficit, realizing a more stable financial stature that will translate into a brighter future for our organization, and most importantly, for our students.

    However, a new challenge has emerged in the wake of the global pandemic that is undermining the mission of educational institutions across our country. We are in the midst of a “Great Resignation” that has already stifled the progress of addressing the academic learning loss that has occurred as a result of school closures. There are already over 500,000 fewer teachers in the U.S. than prior to the start of the pandemic. Hillsborough has not been immune to this reality and is seeking ways to recruit and retain the very best educators to keep our schools and community strong for years to come.

    As we continue our quest to recruit and retain highly qualified teachers, our district is simultaneously contending with rising inflation and stagnant wages, contributing to the exodus of teachers and support staff. Our school system has no other alternative than to examine additional funding sources to increase teacher salaries, thus ensuring the best educational experiences for learners every day. The School Board has voted on my recommendation to place a millage referendum on the August 23, 2022, ballot that would provide an estimated $146 million annually over four years to our district if approved. There are a variety of benefits to raising the millage that will be realized over the course of four years.

    Our school system has no other alternative than to examine additional funding sources to increase teacher salaries, thus ensuring the best educational experiences for learners every day.

    The School Board has voted on my recommendation to place a millage referendum on the August 23, 2022, ballot that would provide an estimated $146 million annually over four years to our district if approved. There are a variety of benefits to raising the millage that will be realized over the course of four years.

    How Would the Additional Money Be Used?

    It is important to note that Florida is ranked 43rd in the nation in per-pupil funding, leaving many school districts like Hillsborough County without adequate funds needed to recruit and retain a highly qualified workforce. Our students deserve to have the best educational experience possible, which is dependent on having the best teachers and staff in front of our students.

    A National Crisis - graphic describing increases and decreases the district has experienced

    If this millage referendum is approved by voters, the additional funds would be utilized in the following manner:

    • Teacher & Staff Salaries: 75% of the district’s share of funds would be utilized to increase the salaries of teachers and staff. Currently, our district has more than 400 instructional and 600 support staff vacancies. By raising teacher pay, we could positively impact the staffing shortages that we are experiencing locally, similar to the national trends.
    • Expand Art, Music, and P.E.: Our youngest learners do not have equitable access to these important subjects due to funding constraints in these areas. Studies show children are more successful not only in the classroom but in life when offered adequate arts and music education. With the additional revenue, we will be able to add 45 art teachers, 67 music teachers, and 37 physical education teachers to provide a well-rounded education to all students.
    • Elevate Workforce Development initiatives: Preparing our students for high-paying careers directly following graduation is one of our district’s highest priorities. We have announced innovative plans to open three new high schools dedicated to developing rich talent pipelines for students in medical, construction, and logistics related fields. Additional funding would further enhance offerings as we continue to provide new educational pathways for learners that will make an immediate impact on our local economy.

    What Does the Millage Rate Increase Mean for Homeowners?

    A millage rate is the amount of property value that is used to calculate property taxes. Voters will be asked whether to approve a one mil increase in ad valorem tax that would begin on July 1, 2023, and end on June 30, 2027.

    You may be wondering how this would impact you if approved. Using a $300,000 property value as an example, the millage increase would translate to an additional $22.92 per month, or $275 per year for a homeowner. The breakdown below shows a variety of property values and the corresponding millage increase.

    graphic displaying Property Owner Cost per Mil

    Have Other Districts Asked for a Millage Increase?

    The challenges Hillsborough County Public Schools faces are not unique to our district. In fact, 21 Florida school districts have asked voters for a millage increase to increase teacher pay and invest in innovative classroom experiences.

    When comparing Florida’s five largest districts, Hillsborough County Public Schools is the only one that has not passed a millage increase. Taxpayers in 21 Florida counties have approved this additional funding source to provide additional compensation for teachers and staff to better compete with other districts and other industries.

    District comparison chart comparing Pinellas, Hillsborough, Orange, Broward, Palm Beach, and Miami Dade

    Hillsborough is the only large school district in the state that has not passed a millage increase. This places our school district in a position where we are unable to compete for the high-quality talent we need to provide the best educational experience for our students.

    Successful Referendums throughout the State of Florida

    Hillsborough’s Proven Financial Stewardship

    Our community previously championed the halfpenny sales tax, which can only be used to address facility needs, to improve aging infrastructure throughout our 230+ schools. As of March 2022, our district responsibly invested $416 million to overhaul air conditioners, repair roofs, improve security and technology, as well as other projects such as repairing playgrounds and basketball courts.

    Our district created an oversight committee comprised of district, city, and state leaders to ensure every dollar is spent responsibly. This group meets regularly to review spending, progress, and completion of all halfpenny sales tax related expenditures.

    We will continue to act as reliable stewards of taxpayer funds if the millage is passed. Hillsborough County Public Schools pledges transparency and accountability as evidenced by our previous efforts toward the halfpenny sales tax.

    When Can Your Voice Be Heard?

    I encourage community members to educate yourselves on this initiative in order to make your decision at the ballot box.

    If you are not registered to vote, you must do so by the July 25 deadline. Additionally, voters can cast their ballots during the early voting period August 8-21, 2022. Election Day is August 23, 2022.

    Important Dates for voting on millage referendum

    Quality schools are the bedrock of a vibrant community.  This much needed revenue has the potential to make an enormous difference for our teachers, staff, students, families, and the entire community at large.


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  •  Our Hearts are with Texas!

    Posted by Addison Davis on 5/24/2022 7:55:00 PM

    It is likely that by now you have seen the devastating news out of Texas. As of this writing, at least 18 students and two staff members were killed in a shooting inside an elementary school. It is a nightmare scenario for any community; one that we prepare for and hope we never experience.

    Students and staff deserve a safe and secure place to learn and work. Hillsborough County Public Schools has invested heavily in securing our campuses to prevent tragedies like the one witnessed today.

    While we will continue to invest in safety throughout our campuses, we must also remember that we can help keep each other safe by remaining vigilant and taking advantage of the many resources the district provides. We have invested in placing security officers on every campus, ensuring access control, and installing the Centegix Alert System that allows school district employees to call for assistance immediately at any time when a threat is realized.

    I understand that the last week of school can be stressful and this horrendous act heightens our anxieties and could potentially cause angst. At this time, I am asking that all teachers and staff ban together to take care of each other and continue to serve and protect our students every single day. Our school and district based leaders are here to support our schools to ensure that safety remains our first priority. Collectively, we must stand together with the community of Uvalde, Texas where this unimaginable tragedy occurred. Our hearts are with the victims and their families as they navigate through this trying time. 

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  • Mental Wellness is a Top Priority in Hillsborough County Public Schools

    Posted by Addison Davis on 5/1/2022 8:30:00 AM

    As the Superintendent of Hillsborough County Public Schools, it has been difficult to watch the tremendous impact COVID-19 has had on all aspects of the educational experience for learners both here and across the nation. While we must work diligently to fight this virus, it is paramount that we simultaneously address our children’s mental health.

    It is scientifically proven that learners that live in a healthy mental space will be more engaged in the classroom and more successful academically. As our young men and women face unprecedented stressors in the wake of this pandemic, we will redouble our focus on supplying mental health services for all students and specifically our most vulnerable populations.

    How Can Schools Help Students with Mental Health Issues?

    The pandemic has exacerbated mental health issues for teenagers, with 30% of high schoolers reporting they were feeling depressed more often. We do not need studies to realize the impacts students are feeling, because educators are seeing it in the classroom every day.

    Whether you are a parent of a student or a child looking for mental health services, it is important to know we have Student Services teams at every one of our sites to help navigate emotional wellness for all learners. These highly qualified teams are comprised of:

    • School counselors
    • Nurses
    • Social workers
    • School psychologists

    I want all of our families to know that help is available at any time during school hours by asking to speak to a member of your school’s Student Services team. Our teams can also refer families to outside services for targeted psychological health supports to address more serious matters.

    Mental Health Flowchart

    Printable PDF

    Hillsborough County Public Schools’ New Mobile Response Unit

    While our Student Services teams stand ready to help students who may simply just want to talk about their feelings, we also recognize that some of our learners may be experiencing more severe mental health issues. This year for the first time ever, Hillsborough County Public Schools implemented a Mobile Response Unit in partnership with Gracepoint. This unit is comprised of a team of licensed clinicians who can be dispatched directly to a student in crisis during school hours for immediate evaluation in order to connect them with stabilization services.

    Before the Mobile Response Unit was initiated, law enforcement could be engaged to handle a student experiencing a mental health emergency such as suicidal thoughts or ideations. Moving forward, this unit will provide de-escalation strategies along with providing a comprehensive assessment to connect learners with ongoing services. I believe this multitiered system of supports more adequately serves our families and community especially as we learn more about how the pandemic has impacted our children.

    We must remove all barriers to mental health support access for our families, especially those in low-income communities. The Mobile Response unit is one of many ways Hillsborough County Public Schools stands ready to nurture and support the development of each child. This $1.4 million dollar investment will bolster our dedication to preparing each student for success, both in the classroom and in life.

    Mental Wellness Training for School Leaders

    Even prior to the pandemic, teen suicide has been rising at an alarming rate across the United States. According to the CDC, our nation has experienced a 60-70% increase for those ages 10 to 24 between the years 2007 and 2018. We as educators must be armed with tools to not only recognize the signs of suicidal thoughts, but to provide immediate support when needed.

    One of the supplemental trainings provided to school-based leaders within Hillsborough County Public Schools is through a local non-profit organization called “Hailey’s Voice of Hope.” During the last training in February, hundreds of school principals learned about additional tools to combat teen suicide.

    The information our leaders gained from this training can certainly save lives while preparing everyone from teachers to administrators for crisis situations. We thank Hailey’s Voice of Hope for funding this outstanding training for our leaders.

    Leaders in training

    Knowing the Signs: What to Look for with Your Own Child

    Parents and families are our first partners when it comes to cultivating a successful educational experience for our learners. While our educators spend most of the day with students, it is also critical that parents know what to look for to ensure a child is in a healthy mental state. Many of the warning signs of suicide can mirror the symptoms of depression. Here are some symptoms to look for:

    • Losing interest in activities
    • Feeling like a burden
    • Neglecting hygiene
    • Substance abuse
    • Increased anxiety
    • Risk-taking
    • Obsessing about death
    • Giving away possessions
    • Running away
    • Fatigue

    How is Hillsborough County Public Schools Using Increased Mental Health Funding?

    During the pandemic, state leaders noted increased need for mental health services within school districts in Florida. In turn, Hillsborough County Public Schools has received record state funding to enhance mental health services, a nearly $8 million appropriation.

    Our district has utilized these funds to proactively increase mental health services within our district. In addition to the Mobile Response Unit, Hillsborough County Public Schools also increased the number of therapists at more than 100 schools.

    While the number of students we have connected with for mental health services has grown substantially during the pandemic, we view this as a positive development as learners recognize help is available within their schools.

    Hillsborough County Public Schools is Focused on Mental Health Awareness

    Throughout the month of May, our district will celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month. While schools will celebrate this month in their own way, it is important to remind families our district is always here for support.

    I encourage you to visit our Mental Health Matters webpage for important resources dedicated to ensuring students are supported through any struggle they may be facing. Resources on this page include fighting bullying, preventing suicide, treating trauma, and other important information for families.

    Mental health matters in Hillsborough County Public Schools. Please know if you need help outside of school hours, you can always call 211 for help, and 911 in an emergency. We will continue to stand together as we fight for our children’s mental health and wellness.

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  • Hillsborough Schools Embarks on First-of-its-Kind Workforce Development Plan

    Posted by Addison Davis on 4/1/2022 7:00:00 AM

    I have had the great pleasure of interacting with business owners large and small over the last two years as we work collectively to prepare students for the careers of tomorrow. As one of the largest employers in Hillsborough County serving more than 220,000 students, we play a powerful role in creating students that stand ready to fill critical gaps in our community.

    Two areas of incredible need throughout our region are in both the medical and industries. As the Superintendent of Hillsborough County Public Schools, it is my job to implement educational programs with a sustained and robust commitment to workforce development. Our district will launch a new initiative with a laser focus on preparing students for high-demand careers in the medical field and construction directly after graduation.

    Greater Tampa Bay Area Needs-Medical, Construction, Distribution and Logistics

    Preparing Students for High-Paying Jobs in Tampa

    Hillsborough County Public Schools cannot simply add programs in isolation without a true commitment to ‘Build Tampa’s Tomorrow.’ That is why we are creating three new high schools dedicated to a specific area of workforce development.

    Hillsborough Medical Academy

    The new Hillsborough Medical Academy will serve students in 9th through 12th grades and is slated to open in Fall of 2023. This school will partner with major hospitals in the area including Tampa General BayCare, AdventHealth, and Moffitt Cancer Center to discuss course programs that best benefit their future workforce.

    Students will gain various skills needed to succeed in healthcare jobs while working toward industry certifications in areas including:

    • Nursing Assistant
    • EKG Technician
    • Home Health Aide
    • Personal Trainer
    • Emergency Medical Responder

    Medical photo

    This school will be housed in our current D.W. Waters building which will be revamped to meet the specific needs of the new workforce development initiative.

    Hillsborough Construction Academy

    The cutting-edge Hillsborough Construction Academy will serve students in 9th through 12th grades and open in Fall of 2023. Over the next decade, the Department of Labor Statistics expects tremendous growth in the building and construction industry. Our district will work with local leaders in the industry to determine the most in-demand careers for our area. The Hillsborough Construction Academy will offer programs of study or industry certifications in areas including:

    • Building Construction
    • A/C, Refrigeration, Heating Technology
    • Electric Vehicles
    • Augmented Reality/Visualization
    • Water Infrastructure/Treatment
    • Framing/Drywall

    This state-of-the-art building will be located in our current Bowers/Whitley building but will be repurposed for this new endeavor.


    Hillsborough Distribution and Logistics Academy

    Following the opening of the medical and construction focused schools, the Hillsborough Distribution and Logistics Academy will be housed in a brand new, modern facility in Plant City located near a number of manufacturing and distribution centers.

    These educational programs will be developed with guidance from local businesses along the I-4 corridor including Dart, Container Corp. of Florida, Ace Hardware, Star Distributions, Amazon, and City Furniture among others.

    The distribution sector is experiencing a shortfall in workers with these types of skills. This academy will focus on job training in this industry, offering program of study and certifications including:

    • Distribution
    • Manufacturing
    • Solar power
    • Logistics
    • Robotics

    Watch the video below, our latest episode of In Depth with Davis, which takes a deep dive into our workforce development programs within Hillsborough County Public Schools.

    Educational Programs to Support Workforce Development

    Hillsborough County Public Schools provides a wide range of workforce development opportunities within a robust curriculum designed to prepare students for careers after graduation. Students can choose from 17 career clusters that best fit their educational interests with focuses ranging from Agriculture to Finance or Law. These new career academies are part of a wider focus across the district.

    Our district will continually update students, parents, families, and staff with updates about the new career academies from construction to completion. In addition, we will provide information on how to apply and enroll in the new schools for the 2023-2024 school year.

    If your student is interested in learning more about what special programs their zoned school offers, or if you would like to learn more about our Magnet, Choice, or Attractor programs, visit www.HillsboroughSchools.org/Choice to learn more about how your child can attend a school with a curriculum that excites them while preparing them for the career of a lifetime.

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