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On June 29, 2021, Governor DeSantis approved HB 241 - Parents' Bill of Rights, which created Section 1014 - Parents' Bill of Rights, Florida Statutes, to establish specific parental rights relating to a minor child's education, upbringing, and health care. The new law took effect July 1, 2021. Parents and community members may access related School District resources at the link below.

View the Parents' Bill of Rights Page



On June 14, 2021, Governor DeSantis approved HB529, which amended Section 1003.45, Florida Statutes, to require a moment of silence to be set aside for public school students during each school day.  The new law requires the principal to require teachers in first-period classrooms in all grades to set aside at least one (1) minute, but not more than two (2) minutes, for a moment of silence daily, during which students may not interfere with other students' participation. The new law prohibits teachers from making suggestions as to the nature of any reflection that a student may engage in during the moment of silence.  Instead, teachers must encourage parents/guardians to discuss the moment of silence with their children and to make suggestions as to the best use of this time. The new law took effect July 1, 2021.



Florida law (H.B. 1557) requires that “parents be notified of all health care services offered at their child’s school and given the opportunity to consent or decline each service”. 

Attached is a copy of the letter providing a list of the healthcare services which are available to our students. You may access the letter through the Parent Portal in Focus to review the options and decline any services available.

Parent Letter (English)

Parent Letter (Spanish)



Osceola Science Charter School recognizes the value of electronic devices and the internet to improve student learning and enhance school administration and operations. However, the internet is an unregulated vehicle for communication, and information and interactions on the internet can pose certain risks to students and staff members. Therefore, the Governing Board adopts this policy governing the use of school networks to comply with Florida law and State Board of Education rules, and to provide rules for students and employees accessing such networks.

View the Internet Safety Policy


View additional Parent Resources

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