First Volunteer Sign-Up Breakfast

Parents, students, employees, and community members who wish to volunteer at a school, regional, or District office MUST register in the M-DCPS system every year. Come an join us for the first.

Friday, September 14th, 2018

8:00am, in the Media Center,

at Coral Reef Senior High School

Your PTSA and the CRHS Administrative team are going to be available for all volunteers/community members to sign up. We look forward to seeing around the Reef!

Please RSVP here.

First General Meeting

Please join us and members of the administrative team for our First General PTSA Meeting of the school year! After a very brief with the latest updates and news on current and upcoming events happening around the Reef, there will be a dinner provided. Arrive early and check out our latest CUDA Spirit Gear and meet your 2018-2019 PTSA. We look forward to seeing around the Reef!

Thursday, September 6th, 2018

6:00pm, in the Media Center,

at Coral Reef Senior High School

Complimentary refreshments will be served so we ask you to please RSVP your attendance.

RSVP Meeting

2018/19 M-DCPS Back to School Tool Kit

Back to School

As you prepare for the first day of school on Monday, August 20, remember to check the M-DCPS Back to school checklist!

http://toolkit.dadeschools.net/

ONLINE TUTORING

Students K – 12 can get the help they need to understand skills and concepts learned in class, finish their homework, and prepare for tests with Tutor.com. Expert tutors are available for live, one-to-one online tutoring every day, 3 p.m. – 11 p.m.

RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS OF ALL AGES

Children ages 3 – 6 can prepare for success in kindergarten and beyond while having fun in a safe online classroom environment with Miss Humblebee’s Academy.

Perfect for elementary school students, Kids InfoBits provides age-appropriate magazines, newspapers, and reference content on all subjects including animals, literature, people and technology.

Research in Context provides middle school students with the information they need to complete assignments in literature, science, social studies and history.

Subject specific databases are ideal for high school students looking for in-depth, comprehensive information. Biography in Context, Literature Resource Center, Opposing Viewpoints in Context, Science in Context, and U.S. History in Context provide students with reference resources, primary sources, videos, audio clips, news articles, academic journals, and more.

TEST PREP

Testing & Education Reference Center has the tools to help students achieve their education goals. Students can prepare for AP exams, ACT, PSAT and SAT with full-length practice tests and online resources.

COLOR GUARD

Sophomores in the Legal Academy at Coral Reef Senior High School, Logan Castellano, Sarah Borrero and Bryan Godoy raise the American, State, and School Flags. They are members of the Honor Guard Club, sponsored by Ms. Tina Cushnie.

Mr. Thomas Ennis, Principal,  instituted this practice to have the students raise and lower the flags at the beginning and ending of the school day.- Coral Reef Senior High School News

2017 SILVER KNIGHT NOMINEES

Mr. Thomas Ennis, Principal, Coral Reef Senior High School, proudly announced the 2017 Silver Knight Nominees, their respective categories and academies: Natalia Avila, Art, International Baccalaureate; Rachael Osman, Athletics, International Baccalaureate; Chloe Pfanz, Business, Business and Finance; Rayen Arias, Digital and Interactive Media, Business and Finance; Anderson Leal, Drama, Visual and Performing Arts; Robert Feder, English and Literature, International Baccalaureate;  Gianni LaVecchia, General Scholarship, International Baccalaureate; Anna Patricios, Journalism,  Visual and Performing Arts; Cassandra Zuria, Mathematics, Visual and Performing Arts; Justin Veira, Music and Dance, Visual and Performing Arts; Brhea D’Mello, Science, International Baccalaureate;  Bruna Decerega, Social Science, International Baccalaureate;  Sara Sarmiento, Speech, International Baccalaureate;  Kristi Reno, Vocational Technical, Health Sciences; and Sophia Aime, World Languages, International Baccalaureate.

The Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald celebrate the achievements and community service by presenting the Silver Knight Awards. These young men and women have completed extraordinary records of community service to the community and their school. This award is one of the nation’s most highly regarded student awards programs.  Students are recognized not only for maintaining excellent academics, but have also service to their communities.- Coral Reef Senior High School News

Eagle Scout Service Project

Brian Choi’s

Eagle Scout Service Project

At Charles Deering Estate at Cutler

16701 SW 72nd Ave, Miami, FL 33157

October 29, 2016 8:00 AM Until Completion

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We will be restoring the butterfly garden, building several pram racks, and beautifying the areas surrounding of the Visitor’s Center by mulching and weeding

For this Eagle Scout Project we will need shovels, wheelbarrows, pitchforks, a table saw, rakes, cordless drills, gloves, Nalgenes, closed-toe shoes, work clothes, and a positive attitude

Community service hours will be provided for those who help

If there is any questions, comment, or concerns regarding the project

Call me at (Cell)786-375-7453 (Home)305-971-8373

Or Email me at BrianChoi.T457@gmail.com