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Dr. Betsy Theis, Principal

Maritere Gaymer-Callaway, Assistant Principal

Newsletter, Progress Reports, Quarter 1, 2020-21 
As the world turns, here at Hospital Homebound!  Even when things seem unsteady out there in the world, you can count on us to provide a safe, low-risk learning environment for your child.  Whether your child is learning via LaunchEd or has selected Face-to-Face instruction, our teachers are providing high quality instruction.  Our Guidance Counselor and Staffing Specialists are working together with the teachers to support each child as well.   
If you’ve visited our building, you will have noticed that we’ve been able to maintain all the safety precautions, including physical distancing, required face coverings, and reminders about handwashing/hand sanitizing!  Fortunately (CROSS YOUR FINGERS THAT WE CAN MAINTAIN THIS), we have had no COVID cases!  We hope our precautions will keep our record clean.  The district has provided us with strict protocols to follow, that mirror the CDC and the DOH guidance. 
Students and families are our most valuable resources!  We are beginning an SAC this year with the hope of adding support for students and families.  Please let Ms. Callaway, our new AP, know if you have any input or would like to join.   
We’re working on CONNECTing, CREATing, and COLLABORATing this year.  We believe these three C’s are critical for success of our staff and for our students, and we are becoming more and more cohesive, throughout these times of uncertainty!!  Please contact us at any time, by phoning the office at (407) 656-2399.  We’re so grateful for the opportunity to work with you and your children! 


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]