Parents and Guardians:
This page is under construction, but once completed it should give
you a point of reference for things you are interested in knowing
about Darnell-Cookman. You can also have a part in the development
of these pages. If you cannot find something you are looking for
either here or on one of our other pages, please contact the Website
editor (link at bottom of page) and request that the information be
added. Thank you for your continued support of Darnell-Cookman
Middle/High School, School of the Medical Arts. GO VIKINGS!
Guardians, PLEASE check periodically to make sure your telephone
numbers, mailing address, and email are all up-to-date.
Changes have to be made in person with the CRT Operator (front
office). The information contained in the district
computerized records (Genesis) is what is used for all
INFORMATION for 2011-2012
The information below regarding “third party
transportation services” has been provided by the Duval County
Public Schools district office. Please note the paragraph at the end
of the document that states that these services are “pay-to-ride”
and that the district nor the school is responsible for these
services. If you have questions, please call the companies directly.
We do not have information at the school regarding their services.
Please continue to watch this website for updates on
upcoming parent meetings to discuss the issue of traffic flow and
drop-off and pick-up of students at the school. As information
develops, we will provide updates on the school website.
Parent Transportation Flyer (Pay to Ride)
|To setup a parent conference with
your student's teachers or administrator please contact the offices
to the right:
By contract, teachers must be
given at least 24 hours notice before a parent/teacher conference.
Mrs. Plazz at (904) 630-6800 ext. 1012
High School Conferences:
Mrs. Bennett at (904) 630-6800 ext. 1030
Duval County Public
Schools has a website tool for parents to see individual student
information, including grades, attendance, a school calendar and
DCPS Parent Portal allows parents and students
instant access to their grades, and will save teachers, faculty and
staff time processing grades. Each teacher has their own teacher
website in OnCourse and individual teachers’ links can be found on
the FACULTY tab at the top our website.
Duval County Volunteer Brochure
(this application may be returned to the school or to the district
The DCPS Academic Looking Glass
newsletter is a quick reference guide that details the district
curriculum that students should be learning during a sliding two
week window in the core content areas of Science, Math, Reading,
Writing, English Language Arts (ELA) and Social Studies. The
Looking Glass is distributed electronically to principals, teachers
and district staff on a bi-weekly basis during the school year.
Other content areas regularly covered by the newsletter include
Read 180, select Advance Placement (AP) courses and timely
information from departments such as Exceptional Education & Student
Services and Guidance Services.
Will be added as released by
DCPS in the 2011-2012 school year
username: Last Name + First Initial (no spaces)
password: 16 + first 4 letters of last name + birth month(two
digits) and birth day(two digits) (no spaces)
Support: Kathy Hart (904)348-7126 or email
Explorer - Grades 6-11
Practice Makes Progress! That’s why the Florida Department of
Education built FCAT Explorer—to provide practice for helping your
child make real progress on the skills needed in the classroom, on
the FCAT, and in life.
FUN, EFFECTIVE, AND FREE FCAT Explorer is a set of free, Web-based
practice programs. The content is built from the Sunshine State
Standards that are tested on the FCAT. Kids can practice by
themselves because the programs give them corrective feedback and