Check Out Our Summer Slide Program!

Every Tuesday throughout the summer, our media center is open so our students can come in and check out books, read with a teacher and have some i-Ready time on the computer.  This will help to avoid the “summer slide”, which is the loss of learning over the summer months.  See our “Summer Media Hours” […]

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Success Plan Community Meetings

Our District will be holding 2 meetings on Monday, June 15th from 6:30pm-8:00pm; one at Fox Hollow Elementary (west side) and one at Thomas E. Weightman Middle School (east side).  These meetings are to inform the community about the work that has been done on Pasco County’s Success Plan thus far and to gain feedback […]

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Breakfast and Lunch to be Served All Summer!

We are very excited to announce that we will be providing free breakfast and lunch every weekday (M-F) throughout the summer starting on June 15th.  This program is open to all children through age 18 that are currently enrolled in any Pasco County school.  Your child does not have to be a student at Fox […]

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Summer Media Hours!

Attention Fox Hollow Families!  Our media center and computer lab will be open every Tuesday throughout the summer from 8:30am-4:00pm starting on June 16th.  We hope that you will take advantage of this exciting opportunity and join us for book checkout and i-Ready time!

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Sunshine State Reader Lists Released!

Planning your summer reading?  The 2015-2016 Sunshine State Reader Finalists have been released for grades 3-5 and 6-8.  Please click on “Sunshine State Reader Lists Released!” and see the attached lists if you would like to get a jump on your reading for next year! SunshineStateBooks3-5 SunshineStateBooks6-8

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