WELCOME BABY RATTLER STUDENTS!
FAMU Developmental Research School is committed to providing a quality education for students by promoting rigor and innovative strategies for teaching and learning. Our teachers and staff strive to provide your son/daughter with the best education possible to prepare them for college or a career. FAMU DRS understands and believes that parents are the most powerful influence on a child's success in school. Research shows that a home environment that supports learning is more important to student success than income, education level, or cultural background [Henderson and Mapp 2002]. Students, parents, guardians, teachers, staff, and community members are members of the DRS family and team. Below you will find some helpful resources so that we can work together to boost student achievement!
Additional information and resources may be found under Departments for Elementary, Middle School, and High School students.
Fall 2019 (Beginning-of-the-Year)
Student Climate Survey
Students, this is your opportunity to provide feedback to the administration regarding your experiences at and perceptions of FAMU DRS. Please be honest and speak your truth when you provide your feedback; however, make sure you do NOT include any profanity, innuendos, or threats in your responses. All responses are anonymous and completely voluntary. (Any responses which include profanity/cursing, innuendos, or threats will be deleted and not included in the survey response report.)
The FAMU DRS 2019-2020 Beginning-of-the-Year Student Climate Survey
will be available for completion
from Tuesday, November 12, 2019 to Friday, December 12, 2019 at 5:00 pm.
General Student Information and Resources
- Florida Virtual School
- Study Island
- Class Dojo
- Go Math!
- Journey's Reading Curriculum Resources
- National Geographic Science Curriculum Resource
- Google Classroom
- Florida Standards Assessments Resource Website
- End of Course (EOC) Help
- Florida Online Colleges & Universities
- College Readiness
2019-2020 Information and Resources