VISION & MISSION
Our Vision is to make the Learning Commons the HUB of our school. Our Mission is to ensure that all of our students, faculty, and staff members have access to the Learning Commons--it’s resources, technology, and tools.
Welcome to the Learning Commons
We endeavor to make the Learning Commons a happening place where on any given day, multiple teachers are using the facilities in a variety of ways to successfully teach our students. A safe and diverse learning environment where our students can visit, participate, and work either independently or collaboratively to achieve their individual and/or collective academic goals.
Think of the Learning Commons as the next generation of Media Centers. It has five designated areas (spaces) and an Innovation Center. Each of these areas (spaces) can be used for instruction, meetings, projects, and other scheduled events. Nearly all have a projection or modern surface; one or more flat screens; or shared area for writing. Some of the areas (spaces) feature flexible seating and/or movable pieces—adding infinite possibilities to the strategies and instructional methods teachers can use to engage their students. We invite every teacher to consider booking one or more of these spaces throughout the school year. Preview the Calendar above and email Mrs. O'Brien to submit a request for available dates and spaces.
Click on the day to view activities.
SEARCH OUR COLLECTION
FOR NEW TITLES:
Join the PAWS2READ Book Club in 2019-20
We recently established a Chapter with Project Lit Community.
Read featured titles or what you love and share during our scheduled meetings:
Every Thursday during lunch in the Learning Commons.
Here are this year's Florida Teens Read titles. These books make-up the core reading list for the Book Club. Books selected for the High School Battle of the Books will also come from this list. Plan to read some of these books together.
STUDENT LOGIN REQUIRES A NEW PASSWORD
NOTE: This process might change with our new district system. Stay tuned for updated information.
You will no longer use your eight digit birthday as your password. When you login for the first time this year, you may see a prompt alerting you to change your password. Once you do this, you might be asked to authenticate your login, especially if you're attempting to access VPortal for the first time after changing your password or off campus.
REMINDER: When you are off campus, use the email version of your username: email@example.com
If you have problems accessing your account and/or resetting your password, complete and submit the comment form via the QR Code or button to the right.