1200 17th Street, West, Palmetto, Florida 34221
Phone: (941) 723-4848
Fax: (941) 723-4952
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Summer Assignments 2013
Ayuda en Español (.pdf format) and (Word format)
The Prowl - PHS Online Newspaper
ALUMNI POSTINGS - REUNIONS
The School Advisory Council (SAC) consists of parents, teachers, students, and community members
participating in Palmetto High School's planning for school improvement and decision making.
Join a successful team with a shared and meaningful purpose,
and with specific and challenging goals to meet the educational needs of our students.
SAC meets on the second Monday (other than November) of the month at 6:00 p.m. in our Media Center.
School Advisory Council (SAC)
All members of the school community are invited to attend.
Meeting Dates for 2013-14
The 2013-2014 School Improvement Plan (SIP) was developed by teachers, students, parents, administrators, and community members to set a plan of action for the entire Palmetto High School community to improve the academic achievement of all students in the school. The objectives in the SIP are a combination of federal, state, and local mandates as well as school designed objectives unique to PHS students. The actual measurable gains sought by each objective are a result of the SIP Writing Team analysis of PHS student performance data (and are not haphazard guesses). The majority of the gains sought, if attained, would lead PHS to earn a higher school grade and/or meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) as measured by the state’s A+ Accountability System.
Click here to view the SIP Plan: Adobe PDF format.
Any questions or comments about the School Improvement Plan may be emailed to Mr. Willie Clark, Principal, at
The School Advisory Council, who oversees implementation of the SIP and provides funding to support its objectives, is wholly committed to focusing on the standards and benchmarks that will help our students make achievement gains.
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