Below are some important policies and information set forth by Hillsborough County. If you don't find what you are looking for below, visit the County site:
Take some time to read through the Student Handbook, providing valuable information on school policies, student records, dress codes, attendance policies, bus transportation and much, much more.
Learn more about the county requirements, policies and step-by-step processes pertaining to enrolling your child into a school, withdrawal policies and re-entry for students in grades 9-12. Enrollment, Withdrawals and Re-entry
The School Board is committed to providing an educational setting that is safe, secure, and free from harassment and bullying for all of its students and school employees. The District will not tolerate unlawful bullying and harassment of any type. A reporting system has been created to appropriately identify, report, investigate, and respond to situations of bullying and harassment. Click here for online form to report a bully.
Gorrie Elementary is always seeking volunteers, short- and long-term. If you are interested in volunteering, the school must have a completed Y.E.S.! form on file. Complete the Y.E.S. form today and learn about the many ways to get involved at Gorrie!
Note that some individual school procedures may vary according to each school's improvement plan approved by the Hillsborough County School Board.
Below are some of the more frequently asked questions about Gorrie policies, procedures and general inquiries.
What are the school hours?
Students: Mondays, 7:40 a.m. - 12:55 p.m. / Tuesday - Friday, 7:40 a.m. - 1:55 p.m.
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
What do I do if my child(ren) will be tardy?
Students arriving after 7:40 a.m. must be accompanied by a parent to the Main Office for official sign in.
Where is the car line?
The car line is on W. DeLeon St, with cars moving west to east onto S. Boulevard.
Does the school provide breakfast?
Yes, there is a free breakfast available to all students from 7:10 - 7:40.
What measures does Gorrie take to ensure the safety of students and staff?
From Hillsborough County's Director of Risk Management and Safety:
Annual Notification of the Availability of the Asbestos Management Plan
In accordance with 40 CFR Part 763.84 (c) and Subpart E, Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) all employees, building occupants, or their legal guardians are notified of the availability of the Asbestos Management Plan for your facility. Management plans for your site are available during normal business hours for review in the main office. Copies of the plan can be made for a nominal price per copy. The plan is also available for review by employees; without cost or restriction, before work begins. Information provided in the management plan includes the recent facility survey, response actions planned or taken, and post periodic surveillance and re-inspections activities.
De acuerdo con la regulación 40 CFR Part 763.84 ( c ) y la subartic E, La Ley de Respuesta de Emergencia sobre el Peligro del Amianto, (AHERA), indica que todos los empleados, ocupantes en el edificio y sus tutores legales són notificados de la disponibilidad de el Projecto y dirección para la instalación del Plan de Gestión Amianto en su centro laboral. Ud. podra examiner/revisar la dirección y las indicaciones de el projecto para su centro laboral, la cuál está disponible durante las horas laborales en la oficina principal. Copias de el projecto se pueden hacer por un precio definido por copia. El projecto también esta disponible para ser examinado/revisado por los empleados; sin ningún costo ó restricción antes ó despuٞés de el horario de trabajo. La Información proporcionada en el Plan de Gestión incluye el más reciente estudio realizado en su centro laboral, las acciones de respuesta prevista ó adoptadas, y la vigilancia periódicas posteriors, haci como las actividades de re-inspección.