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Dr. Betsy Theis, Principal

                                        Maritere Gaymer-Callaway, Assistant Principal

Newsletter, Report Card, Quarter 4, 2020-21

June 15, 2021

Looks like we made it!  We made it through the craziest school year ever!   Our teachers learned to teach in new ways, and our students learned to learn in new ways!  Hopefully, we’ll be back on track with more of our usual routines soon.  We plan to continue to follow the district’s guidance on safety and protection of our teachers, staff, students, families, and visitors so that we all can remain as healthy as possible.

This summer, we’re busier than ever:

  • We’re reviewing all the current referrals. If your child’s referral has expired, we are unable to provide services or develop a schedule.  PLEASE BE SURE YOU RETURN THE REFERRAL AS SOON AS POSSIBLE so learning is not delayed.
  • We’re reviewing students’ progress and creating schedules.  If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Callaway, our Assistant Principal, who works with the staffing specialists and Mrs. Bird to develop schedules.
  • We’re reviewing the goals that were developed for last year’s School Improvement Plan so this year’s SAC can schedule their first meeting after school starts.   If you’re interested in joining our SAC (School Advisory Council), please contact the office so we can add your name to our contact list.
  • Our teachers are planning ahead for next year, using Florida’s Standards and Access Points Standards, while also addressing the social emotional needs of our students.

We wish you a summer with time for rest, relaxation, and plenty of reading too!  Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns during the summer.

Dr. Betsy Theis, Principal                         Ms. Mari Callaway, Assistant Principal


Welcome to Hospital Homebound

Effective 8/11/2014, Hospital Homebound applications must be requested by the parent/guardian through the Hospital Homebound office. An application can either be mailed out or picked up, but is not available electronically.

Hospital/Homebound offers a short term instructional program for eligible students who have been diagnosed with a medical or psychiatric condition that confines the students to the home, hospital, or other restrictive setting for at least 15 school days. These students must be able to participate and benefit from an instructional program to be eligible for these services.

Teachers provide instruction designed to help the students continue progressing academically in the core curriculum while away from their regular school program. The curriculum at Hospital/Homebound is based upon the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards.

The Hospital/Homebound School is located at 12301 Warrior Rd., Orlando, FL 34787. The school serves students throughout Orange County in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade. Our student body is dynamic and reflects the diversity within the communities we serve.         

Contact Information

12301 Warrior Rd
Winter Garden, FL 34787
(407) 656-2399 

Dr. Elizabeth Theis
[email protected]

Assistant Principal
Maritere Gaymer-Callaway
[email protected]

Program Assistant
Marinelly Andujar
[email protected]