Parent Survey


 Please take time to complete the survey below. 

A paper copy of the survey will also be sent home.

Your input in our school programs is important to us.  

Parent Survey LINK



Are you late to school?



Tardiness to school is disruptive to the learning environment and has a negative impact on student achievement. Please cooperate in maintaining a classroom environment conducive to learning for ALL students by getting your child to school on time.  Children who are tardy to school must report to the office WITH A PARENT OR GUARDIAN TO CHECK-IN and receive a late pass.


Student attendance and tardy arrivals are monitored on a daily basis. The consequences of excessive tardiness will be addressed on a case-by-case basis to determine if there is a pattern of non-attendance. According to the Broward Truancy Intervention Program, excessive tardiness will result in parent contact and referral to the State Attorney's Office.


Order your yearbook online.


FSA Vidoes - Listening and Speaking

Click her for Listening and Speaking FSA practice.

Hpme users will need Britannica Login and Password. Email for login help.

Hour of Code



Accountable Talk


DOK 2014


Academic Vocabulary Parade 2014

5th Grade Debate Nov. 2014

Academic Vocabulary


Dr. Strauss reads Bunny Cakes


 BHE Student Section
Walk for Autism 2015

Save the Date - January 24, 2015 


Back-to-School BCPS Links


BHE Literacy Website

Boulevard Heights Announcements
MTSS - Florida ToolsMTSS - Florida Tools -
Get Involved in Education -

Click HERE for a BECON TV short video presentation

Click link below for more information

Click here to fill out application

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 Parents and guardians are advised to prepare now for back to school immunizations




Food and Nutrition Services -

ApplyforLunch is an easy and convenient way for parents and guardians to submit applications for school meal benefits online. There is no fee for using the ApplyforLunch website to submit your application for benefits. This service is provided to you free of charge by your School District.

 Food and Nutrition Services website.


Apply For Lunch


Online Meal Payments is an online payment portal
especially designed to allow parents to make quick and easy
online payments to their children's school accounts. The system
allows parents to manage their children's lunch accounts,
including viewing food selection.
A nominal fee of $2.50 is
charged per credit/debit transaction.



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Broward County Public School Mobile App -

Announcing the New Free

Broward Schools Mobile App

From ParentLink

The FREE Official Broward County Public Schools Mobile App gives you a personalized window into what is happening at the district and schools. Get the news and information that you care about and get involved.

Anyone can:
-View district and school news
-Use the district tip line
-Receive notifications from the district and schools
-Access the district directory
-Display information personalized to your interests

Parents and students can:
-View and add contact information

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BHE Website Mobile Ready! -

That's right -- No App needed!!!  Type BHE's website URL into any mobile device browser (save to favorite!!) and presto the mobile site loads automatically.


Digital Edition -- Daily Paper

Feeding South Florida -

Families may contact Feeding South Florida and receive a free bag of food to be picked up in a location near their zip code (available weekly, if needed).  Call 954-518-1818, Ext. 1842  

Familias pueden ponerse en contacto con el programa de Feedeing South Florida y recivirá una bolsa de comida gratis.  Esto puede ser en un lugar cerca de donde usted vive dependiendo de su area postal.  (esto es ofrecido semanalmente, si es necesario) Llame al telefono 954-518-1818, extención 1842


Fanmi kapab kontakte òganizasyon, Feeding South Florida, pou jwenn yonsak manje gratis; yo kapab al chèche l nan sant distribisyon manje nan zòn-yooswa pre zòn-yo dapre zipkòd-yo (disponnib chak semenn, si nesesè).

 954-518-1818, Ext. 1842


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eSebco Gale Vertual Refernce Library - Ebooks

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AdministrationFaculty and Staff ContactsEOM and TOYNewsletters
 Boulevard Heights Principal's Office


Your input matters to us.




Please take a few minutes to participate in our Annual Survey for parents.  To access the survey visit the District’s website,
and click on the Annual Survey icon. The survey takes place from January 5th January 30, 2015, and is your opportunity to share your opinions and ideas about your child’s educational experience at BOULEVARD HEIGHTS.
To access the survey, you will need your child’s student ID number and date of birth. If you do not have your child’s student ID number (which is printed on school report cards) or if you do not have internet access at home, please call  754-323-4950 and we can assist you.
Thank you in advance for taking the time to participate in this important survey and for partnering with us in your child’s education.



 FCAT 2.0 Grade 3 Math

56% of BCPS students scored at or above proficiency (Level 3-5) in Math, a slight decrease from 58% in 2013.


The following 10 schools showed the largest increases in the percentage of students scoring at or above proficiency: Dillard Elementary (Dillard Elementary (28 points), Boulevard Heights Elementary (22 points), Horizon Elementary (22 points), Park Ridge Elementary (20 points), Palm View Elementary (20 points), Nob Hill Elementary (20 points), Discovery Elementary (18 points), Tedder Elementary (16 points), Maplewood Elementary (15 points), and Harbordale Elementary (15 points).




Boulevard Heights Events Calendar
March 2015

The ESOL Department opened the Bilingual Parent Center at Boulevard Heights Elementary School. Please visit the center  -- Fridays 9:00 to 2:00 PM. Call 754 323-2951 for more information

Parents can seek community and academic resources at this center.


The ESOL Department opened the Bilingual Parent Center at Boulevard Heights Elementary School. Please visit the center  -- Fridays 9:00 to 2:00 PM. Call 754 323-2951 for more information

Parents can seek community and academic resources at this center.


The ESOL Department opened the Bilingual Parent Center at Boulevard Heights Elementary School. Please visit the center  -- Fridays 9:00 to 2:00 PM. Call 754 323-2951 for more information

Parents can seek community and academic resources at this center.


The ESOL Department opened the Bilingual Parent Center at Boulevard Heights Elementary School. Please visit the center  -- Fridays 9:00 to 2:00 PM. Call 754 323-2951 for more information

Parents can seek community and academic resources at this center.




Broward Schools Latest News

Honor Roll Clarification  (PDF)

SMART Futures: December 2014 Update (PDF)

BHE School Supply List ( PDF) 

Head Start 754-321-1961

Legislative Informaition

BCPS District Calendar


Dear Parents,
In Accordance with F.S. 1012.34, you now have the opportunity the provide input into the faculty and administration performance evaluations. If you are interested, please provide the Principal with your input in writing by April 30, 2014.

Dear Parents,

It is School Board of Broward County policy that all edible treats for birthdays and or any other class celebration be store bought. We are not allowed to give any students home made treats. If you are planning on celebrating your child's birthday at school please make sure you purchase store bought goods and also notify the teacher when you will bringing them. 


Learn About Replacement For FCAT 2.0 Beginning 2014/15

The Florida Department of Education announced a new assessment that will replace FCAT 2.0 exams beginning with the 2014/15 school year. This new tool will align with the new Florida Standards.

Learn More





 7201 Johnson Street Hollywood, Florida 33024
Robert W. Runcie, Superintendent of Schools
Dr. Mark Strauss, Director of School Performance and Accountability 


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 Registration Packet


Code Of Conduct

Parents and students, the Code of Student Conduct Handbook for the school year will be distributed electronically.  

Click Here

BCPS Code of Student Conduct Handbook Goes Green



School and District Information

The following are important reminders:

 School hours are from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm.

 Supervision is available from 7:30 am to 2:30 pm.
Our students’ safety is our top priority. Nonetheless, by not following instructions, two years ago although there was no major injury,a car hit a student in front of the school while crossing the street. Last year we were extremely close to having children and adults ran over not once but twice.
Car riders are picked up at assigned loops on the east and west sides of the school. Best time to drive into the school is somewhere after 2:10 pm especially the first two weeks of schools. Coming earlier means only that you will wait longer in line, waste expensive gasoline, and become frustrated with the traffic.

Please help us ensure your child's safety. No left hand turn permitted coming in or out of the school parking lot.


If you have designated your child as a “walker” he/she is not to be picked up on an automobile. “Walkers” are students that walk to and from the school. 
We encourage all of our parents to become members of the various organizations that service our school. They are PTA, School Advisory Forum (SAF)  and School Advisory Council (SAC). They are the best way of getting involved with funding for your children’s education (PTA), giving us ideas for academic improvement (SAC), and expressing your remarks about school happenings, processes, etc. (SAF). Coming to the school only when there is aproblem with your child only helps you and your child. We want to help all of the children and continue being the high-quality education institution that we are.
This website, is the main hub for school communication.
By visiting it at least twice a week you will be informed of everything that is happening in the school and will have access to academic links foradditional practice at home, classroom websites, and emails address to all of the administrators and teachers.




 BCPS Special Investigative Unit


 Boulevard Heights Elementary  School   

7201 Johnson Street Hollywood, Florida 33024  
(754) 323-4950  Fax: (754) 323-4990  
School Location Number: 0971

No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) federal legislation and Florida statue require that schools provide parents with an annual school status report at the beginning of each school year.
A link to the report is available on the Broward School Improvement Web page. Click here to gain access to the report. - web help only -- all other inquires - contact the school at the number above. 

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