Ocoee Middle School- OCPS

Ocoee Middle School- OCPS

This is the official page for Ocoee Middle School. Florida's State Demonstration School for Technology and an Apple Distinguished School.

For more information about the school or programs offered please visit our website: https://www.ocps.net/lc/west/moo/pages/default.aspx

[07/09/19]   Report Cards will be ready for pick up on Tuesday, July 16. Please don't forget the office has been relocated to Ocoee Elementary through July 18. We will return to Ocoee Middle School on July 22.

2019-2020 Ocoee Middle Supply List


Florida DOH to offer free back-to-school shots at West Oaks Mall | West Orange Times & Observer | West Orange Times & Windermere Observer

orangeobserver.com Free immunizations will be administered daily from July 22 to Aug. 4 at the West Oaks Mall in Ocoee.

[07/08/19]   The offices of Ocoee Middle School have been temporarily relocated to Ocoee Elementary until July 18. The office will reopen at the middle school campus on July 22. The address for Ocoee Elementary is 400 S. Lakewood Ave.

Shepherd’s Hope is offering free back to school physicals for children up to age eighteen who are uninsured. Appointments are available at a number of locations on various dates and times between July 24 and August 6. Please see the brochure below for details. For more information and booking appointments, please call 407-876-6699 ext. 265.


OCPS offering free meals during summer | West Orange Times & Observer | West Orange Times & Windermere Observer

orangeobserver.com The school district is a sponsor of 2019 Summer Food Service program, which offers free meals to students ages 18 and under throughout the summer.

This year, the Florida Department of Education has moved both FSA and End of Course (EOC) testing windows to the last four weeks of the school year. With this change, the results of the FSA and EOC scores are planned to be released later than in past years. Typically, final report cards are available in mid-June, which includes final grades for courses impacted by EOC scores. Due to the testing windows being moved to later in the year, the State expects test scores to be released in late June, which will ultimately delay report cards. Parents will be notified that they will receive updated communication from OMS once final report cards are available.

Just a quick reminder!!

NO EARLY RELEASE TOMORROW: In order for students to have the opportunity to complete testing without running out of time, all schools will be scheduled for a full day instead of the normal early release on May 1st, 8th & 15th.

8th Graders zoned for Ocoee High School, see below for some important information.

[04/18/19]   Ocoee Middle School families, this is principal Sam Davis letting you know that school administration was made aware of a student who made a possible verbal threat against another student. School administration immediately investigated and deemed it NOT credible. Please know that appropriate discipline will be handed out in accordance to the Code of Student Conduct. We take these matters very seriously and be assured the safety of our students and staff is always my top priority.

Parents please use this opportunity to speak with your child about making good choices. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the school. Thank you for your continued support.

Current 8th Graders who will be going to Ocoee High School next year, please see flyer below. Freshman Orientation is quickly approaching!!

Have a great weekend, Cardinals! Don't forget to set your clocks ahead this weekend!

[03/05/19]   As part of our commitment to maintain a safe and secure learning environment, and be in compliance with the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act, our school conducted its first enhanced staff training session prior to an active assailant drill. The drill is now complete and the drill was a success. We have returned to our regularly scheduled classroom instruction. Thank you for your continued support in the safety of all our students.

UPDATE: As part of our commitment to maintain a safe and secure learning environment, and be in compliance with the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act, our school conducted its first enhanced staff training session prior to an active assailant drill. The drill is now complete and the drill was a success. We have returned to our regularly scheduled classroom instruction. Thank you for your continued support in the safety of all our students.

Ocoee Middle School will participate in an enhanced staff training session that will occur prior to an active assailant drill tomorrow. You may see additional public safety personnel and district administrators on campus, who have been working closely to develop the training to enhance the safety of all schools and meet the new requirement. Your child will be informed prior to the start of and at the conclusion of the drill. We will notify parents when the drill has been completed.

Please find attached the flyer regarding the Cheer Tryout information for the students that will be zoned and attending Ocoee High School in the upcoming school year. Prior to our May tryouts we do require a Mandatory Parent Meeting that will be held on March 13th at 6:30pm in the OHS Cafeteria. Please see attached flyer.

The OMS 8th Grade Social has been announced. This is open to OMS 8th grade students only and the cost is $25.00. The ticket includes, food, photo booth, a DJ and a professional photograph. Tickets are on sale now!

OCPS Parent Survey Spring 2019

In an effort to improve system practices, Ocoee Middle is conducting a parent survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. The web survey will be available through March 15, 2019. In order to complete the survey, please go to:


If the link does not work by clicking it, please copy and paste it into your browser. Be assured that your responses to this survey are anonymous, and your honest opinion is appreciated.

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Orange County Public Schools

Honoring all whose lives were lost and changed one year ago at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Our school district will join Broward County Public Schools in observing a moment of silence at 10:17 a.m. on February 14, 2019. #MSDStrong

Mark your calendar! The Sweetheart Dance for OMS students will take place next Friday, February 22 from 4:30 until 6:30 pm. Tickets are $5.00.

Commissioner Oliver is pleased to announce that the City of Ocoee will be unveiling our new Youth Council Program for transitioning middle school and high school age students. He would like to invite any students and parents to attend the city commission meeting, Tuesday 2/5/19 @ 6:00 pm. The commission meeting will be held at Ocoee City Hall ( 150 N. Lakeshore Dr, Ocoee, FL). The official resolution adopting the Ocoee Youth Council (OYC) will be read. The City youth coordinator will be in attendance to answer questions about the program and how students can apply. This is an excellent opportunity to get involved with city government. Hope to see you there!

February 4-February 8 is National School Counseling Week. On Monday, the Ocoee Middle School Counselors were asked to pose with the new logo for NSCW19. Stay tuned throughout the week. #NSCW19

Oakland Avenue to Undergo Design Changes

OCOEE, Fla. – As part of the City of Ocoee’s historic downtown revitalization, Oakland Avenue between Bluford Avenue and Lakewood Avenue will be closed for reconstruction on Monday, February 4 through April 8, 2019. Traffic on Bluford Avenue will not be affected. Traffic on Northbound Lakewood Avenue approaching Oakland Avenue will be directed to turn right toward Lakeshore Drive. The sidewalk on the south side of Oakland Avenue through the closed section of the block will remain open for pedestrian access to Ocoee elementary and middle schools. Attached is a road closure illustration.

When the construction work is completed, Oakland Avenue will be transformed into a cul de sac that will be permanently closed to through traffic making it a safer and more livable public space. It will have angled parking on both sides with an attractive brick paver surface. The new Oakland Avenue will have access only from Bluford Avenue and will no longer connect to Lakewood Avenue. Oakland Avenue will end at the entrance to the Ocoee Lakeshore Center parking lot. The Ocoee Lakeshore Center, West Orange County’s premier event destination, is currently under construction to provide a 400-seat main facility and a separate 125-seat space. This project is scheduled to be completed in April 2019.

The intersection of Oakland Avenue and Lakewood Avenue will be converted to a curve. The section of Oakland Avenue that will be removed from service will be turned into a pedestrian bridge linking Ocoee’s downtown area to the lakefront without having to cross a street. Construction of the new Ocoee City Hall on the block bound by Bluford Avenue, Oakland Avenue, Lakewood Avenue and McKey Street is expected to begin in July 2019. This construction should not affect local traffic flow. Plans for Oakland Avenue and the city’s lakefront improvements can be viewed by visiting https://www.ocoee.org/839/Lakefront-Park-Improvements.

For more information on the City of Ocoee’s historic $44 million dollar downtown revitalization project, visit https://www.ocoee.org/832/Downtown or call 407-905-3100.

8th Graders who will be attending Wekiva HS next year, see below for an announcement.

Current 6th Graders: Ms. Jimenez will be meeting will all 6th graders tomorrow, Thursday, January 16. Registration forms will be sent home with students for them to choose classes for 7th Grade. Parents, please discuss with your child, fill them out and return to school ASAP. Thank you!

OCPS Parent Survey Spring 2019

Parents, Ocoee Middle wants to hear from you! OMS is conducting an anonymous web survey which will be available through March 15, 2019. Please click this link to access the survey:

https://ocps.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bat4w9T2DJZLckR We appreciate your time and honest opinion.

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Wekiva High School Magnet Showcase!
Showcase 2023 and our Magnet Open Houses will take place on Thursday, January 17, 2019, beginning at 6 PM in the school auditorium.

Wekiva’s Laser Photonics Magnet Program prepares students for a career in the field of lasers and optics and electrical engineering.
• The Laser Photonics Open House will take place in our Laser Photonics Lab, room 427.

Wekiva’s Agriscience Academy is designed for those students with a genuine interest in agriculture, horticulture, or animal science care.
• The Agriscience Academy Open House will occur in the Agriscience lab in room 417

This year they have coupled our Magnet Open Houses with our Showcase 2023 program. Showcase 2023 will offer incoming 9th graders and students new to Wekiva along with their parents an opportunity to learn more about the school, graduation requirements, program offerings, and extracurricular activities.

For additional questions about the programs please contact either

Laser Photonics program Director Mr. Nathan Vargas:
[email protected] or at 407-297-4900 ext. 6192427

Agriscience Director is Mr. RandalIus:
[email protected] or at 407-297-4900 ext. 6192417

Current 7th Graders: Mrs. Nuckoles met with all 7th graders today. Registration forms were sent home with students today for them to choose classes for 8th Grade. The forms are purple! Parents, please discuss with your child, fill them out and return to school next week. Thank you!

Ocoee Middle School along with Ocoee Elementary School will be participating in The Great Kindness Challenge, Monday, January 28 – Friday, February 1, 2019.

The Great Kindness Challenge (GKC) is a proactive and positive bullying prevention initiative that improves school climate and increases student engagement. The Great Kindness Challenge is one week devoted to performing as many acts of kindness as possible on campus.

[01/11/19]   DATE CHANGE! New Date is January 23!

OMS PTSA will be holding a Spirit Night on January 23rd from 4-9pm. Look for flyers to be coming home with students soon!

Current 6th Grade Parents: If you are interested in getting notifications and announcements from the 6th Grade Level office, please follow directions below.

Welcome Back, Cardinals!! Just a reminder, Basketball tryouts begin today for both boys and girls teams. You must have a physical form to Coach Spencer in order to try out. Teams will be announced on Thursday and team practice will be for students who made the team. The schedule is as follows:
Today Boys and Girls- 4-6:30 pm
Tuesday- Boys and Girls 4-6 pm
Wednesday- Boys and Girls 3-6 pm
Thursday- Boys Only 8-9 am
Thursday- Girls Team Practice 4-6 pm
Friday- Boys and Girls Team Practice 4-6 pm


MLK Day Parade

From the City of Ocoee...The City of Ocoee’s 13th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Unity Parade and Celebration will be held on Monday, January 21, 2019 at 10 a.m.

The parade, presented by the City of Ocoee’s Human Relations Diversity Board, honors the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The parade begins at Citrus Elementary School, 87 North Clarke Road, and ends at the parking lot of the West Oaks Mall on Clarke Road.

The post-parade celebration will take place in the West Oaks Mall food court at 11 a.m. Ocoee Commissioner George Oliver III will be the keynote speaker. Commissioner Oliver, the city’s first African-American commissioner, was elected on March 13, 2018. Gospel singer and Ocoee resident, Sherri Gladney and young musical talent Charisma Tran, Miss American Victory 2018, will perform.

To register online for the City of Ocoee’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Unity Parade, please visit https://www.ocoee.org/MLK. For more information, call 407-905-3100.

ocoee.org City of Ocoee’s 13th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Unity Parade & Celebration Presented by the City of Ocoee Human Relations Diversity Board Monday, January 21, 2019 @ 10 a.m. - Clarke Road. MLK Day Celebration will be held after the parade at 11 a.m. in the food court area...

Don’t forget!!! Testing begins tomorrow! Monday we will test in Periods 1 and 2, Tuesday in Periods 5 and 6, Wednesday, Period 3 and 4, and Thursday, Period 7. Please see below for block schedule. Periods are changes to different times to accommodate the time needed for a test. ALL students will need earbuds/headphones that plug into their computer. Please make sure all computers are charged tonight!!

Over the course of the next week, students will be taking part in multiple exams; I-Ready Diagnostics in Math and ELA, Performance Monitoring Activities in 8th grade Science and Civics and also semester course exams. Please consider the importance of these exams when making appointments or withdrawing students early. These exams will result in changes to the normal class order and block periods. We are asking that all students bring personal headphones (earbuds) next week. These will be needed on our Reading Diagnostic exams. Finally, I would also encourage parents to set up their own home based rewards and reinforcement for their child. This is especially important for parents of our Carinal Elite and Cardinal Diamond students. Remember that even though your student may be a typically high performer, we want to ensure they maintain that high level through the spring exams. Again, remind students to bring their personal earbuds next week. Thank you all in advance for partnering with Ocoee’s Middle School to ensure success for our students.

Mark your calendar! December 13 will be Multicultural Night at Ocoee Middle School from 6-7:30 pm. Details below!


Ocoee Lions Club

FYI- The City of Ocoee and the Ocoee Lions Club will present the 38th Annual Ocoee Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 1 at 1 p.m. The Ocoee Christmas Parade will start at the intersection of Maguire Road and Enterprise Street, and end at Bill Breeze Park, 125 North Lakeshore Drive. If it rains, the parade will be held on Sunday, December 2 at 2 p.m.

A parade contest will be held for festive floats, vehicles and walkers. Judges will score participants in the following categories: Youth; Commercial; Non-Commercial; Churches and Judges Overall Winner. The Ocoee Lions Club will present the winners with 1st, 2nd and 3rd place trophies.

In lieu of entry fees, parade participants have been asked to bring unwrapped toys that will be donated to the Ocoee Police Department’s Toys for Kids in Need. For more than 36 years, parade participants have donated more than 15,000 toys.

For more information, visit www.ocoeelionsclub.org.


Welcome Back, Cardinals!! We only have 4 weeks until Winter Break. Parents, please continue to monitor your child's progressbook throughout the next 4 weeks. Teachers will be turning in grades at the start of Winter Break. Paper copies of report cards will be sent home with students on January 18, 2019.

If you need assistance with your log in to progressbook, please contact Mrs. Taylor at [email protected]

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