Welcome back to from Spring Break-distance learning edition Hi-Tide families! We hope that you are rested, and ready to embrace our new way of education during this Covid-19 pandemic. Please make sure to email teachers if you have any quaestion. This is the school website: https://fl01000126.schoolwires.net/ where it says "Faculty online hours" you can find their emails and office hours. Please visit the school website https://fl01000126.schoolwires.net/ for additional information that is available to assist you and your children during this transitional phase. Additionally, below are the following changes to the breakfast and lunch distributions and new times, as well as the new mobile devices locations and distribution times. Please have your child's photo student ID or ID number. Be safe, practice social distancing, and stay healthy!
Miami Beach Nautilus Middle School
4301 N. Michigan Ave.
Miami Beach, FL. 33140
While Miami Beach Senior High is closed due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19), students at home are to continue with each class curriculum based on the instructions of each teacher.
The following Emergency Hotlines have been provided by the district to assist teachers, parents, students, and community members with questions.
The link below has all of the office hours, emails, and platforms teachers are using to communicate with students.
Congratulations Hi Tides!
We are a School!
Congratulations to everyone our students, our staff and teachers,
our parents, our community and all of our supporters and stakeholders!
The vision of Miami Beach Senior High is to develop a culture of success by nurturing life-long learning and values conducive to active participation in the global community.
The mission of Miami Beach Senior High School is to provide a safe and stimulating learning environment and a rigorous curriculum, while instilling integrity, respect and self-esteem enabling ALL students to achieve personal success.
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Three months before anyone had heard the words “coronavirus” or “Covid-19”, three freshmen at Miami Beach Senior High School began a science fair project to test bacteria count and underlying health hazards of riding the Miami Metrorail. They evaluated common touched surfaces, like benches, seatbacks, handrails, and elevator buttons. What they found were high bacterial levels, including E. Coli and antibiotic-resistant Staphylococcus. Essentially, enteric organisms (which are bacteria originating from the intestines and feces) were being transferred to everyday surfaces and exposing passengers to these organisms. They advocated in their research paper vigorous soap-and-water hand washing and hand sanitizers before and after riding the Metrorail.
CONGRATULATIONS to the So Flo FLoods Competition winners from Miami Beach Senior High School!! We are very proud of our STEAM partnership with So Flo Floods and MBSH. Our students did an amazing job! Please congratulate the following students:
Congratulations to all the winners!
Shea Berman: Let's Get This Bread: Organized the collection of excess food from supermarkets to donate to local homeless populations, as well as needy students at JFK Middle School.
Genna Grodin: I co-founded Students for Naloxone, which serves to advocate for the stocking of the opioid antagonist Naloxone (commonly known as Narcan) in K-12 public schools across Florida
Ashley Sharmat: The goal of this project is to inflict joy into these children's lives by allowing them to meet and interact with their favorite movie characters. We have characters such as Anna, Elsa, Mickey Mouse, Spiderman, and many more popular children's Characters.
David Frankel: This is a program that I started as a sophomore October 2017, consisting of high-school student tutors going to elementary schools’ after school care programs and working with students on their homework and helping them build up basic knowledge to ensure future success.
Victoria Moreira, Honorable Mention: I am the founder and president of Hi-Guides, a program in my school that helps new students understand the opportunities available at our school including academies and clubs
Sophia Jain: Founded a dance program at the Lotus House
Women's and Children's shelter
Heavyn Lee: After seeing the disparity of the quality of education between poor and affluent neighborhoods, my academic interests have been in bridging this
Camila Nunez: The Miami Beach Senior High Compost Project is new to the school this year. I wanted to raise environmental awareness by introducing the concept of composting to both students and faculty.
Summer Term A – June 9-July 10, 2020 (Recover Phase)
Unengaged Students- Grades 9-11
Summer Term B – July 13-August 11, 2020 (Regain Phase)
Current - 9th Grade Algebra I
Current - 10th Grade English Language Arts
Please contact your child’s counselor via email to register NO LATER THAN JUNE 4th
Congratulations to all of the students honored in this article Representing MDCPS. Beautifully written article. to Heavyn Lee representing MBSH!!! The future looks bright!
Miami Community Newspapers put together, recognizing one graduating senior from each of our high schools.
Congratulations to Valeria Luciow for winning Best Painting in the Congressional Art Competition!! Very well done! Great representation for our Hi Tides! Congrats also to Ms. Tirado and Mr. Virgin for motivating and inspiring our students!!
The U.S. Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) announced that 20 student teams from across the United States have been selected as National Finalists in the 18th Annual eCYBERMISSION Competition. The web-based science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) program—sponsored by the U.S. Army and administered by the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA) —is designed to cultivate student interest in STEM by encouraging students in grades six through nine to develop solutions to real-world problems in their local communities.
The National Finalist teams will advance to eCYBERMISSION’s National Judging & Educational Event (NJ&EE), taking place virtually next month on June 17-19.
For more information and to share and distribute within your communities, please find the 2020 National Finalist Press Release below:
OJT and Internship Students: You may not eave campus without decal!