Students & Parents

Frequently Asked Information:

Bak’s School Website - School and District information will be located at this site. It is imperative that students and parents check this site on a weekly basis to ensure they are up-to-date with events, activities, and requirements (

 Breakfast and Lunch – Go to

  1. Breakfast and lunch is free for all students. To put money on your child’s account to purchase a la carte items, go to
  2. Information regarding Application for Free and reduced Lunch – To complete the application, go to the School District website, click Department School Food Service, & click on the application link.

 Car Riders Drop-off & Pick Up: Parents must enter the pickup/drop off loop at the North Shore Drive Entrance and Exit out the Main Entrance.

 Curtain Calls – Bak’s before and after school programs

  1. A program for students is available before and after school hours.  Bak’s morning care program begins on Wednesday,  August 10, 2022 at 7:00 am. The After-School Program (PM) begins on Monday, August 22, 2022The After-School Program is Monday through Thursday only. You must be pre-registered to attend either or both programs.
  2. For more information, specific times and fees can be found on Bak’s public website page under the “School Info” tab at
  3. Please direct any questions to Shakendra Moorer at [email protected].
  4. Registration and other information will be available at the New Student Orientation.

 Dress Code - While creativity and self-expression are encouraged, a certain degree of decorum is expected to be maintained. For more information look at Bak’s public SchoolMessenger page under the “School Info” tab at and click on SY23 Bak Dress Code 

 Hours (School begins at 8:20 am and all students are released by 3:30 pm)

  1. Students may not arrive at Bak MSOA earlier than 8:00 am.  (Unless enrolled in Morning Care).
  2. Students should be in their classrooms when the tardy bell rings at 8:20 am.
  3. Dismissal of Tri-Rail students is at 3:10 pm; car riders/walkers is at 3:15 pm. 
  4. Bus riders are dismissed as their bus arrives.

 Medication Policy and Procedures

As mandated by the State, District, and Health Department, when a student is on the campus of any school in Palm Beach County, the student may not carry on their person or take ANY prescription or over-the-counter medication. Exceptions may apply for items like inhalers or EpiPens – after the proper procedures have been followed.  All Palm Beach County Schools are designated “Drug Free Zones”. The school nurse or designated school personnel may not administer any prescription or over-the-counter medication, unless certain procedures are followed. Please contact Nurse at 561-882-3883 for specific details (after August 8th). For more information click on the Procedures if your child needs medication at school. 

Schedules - Bak uses a block schedule of alternating Odd/Even Days - you received and a odd/even calendar and one is located under School Info.  A schedule change will only be made in the case of a scheduling error or inappropriate academic placement as determined by administration. We do not change elective classes.

 Student Information System (SIS) - SIS access is vital to get grades, state-wide test history, and other essential information. If you have not already registered for a Parent SIS account, please do so (an email was sent to new parents with the information). If you have already set up an account and forgot your PIN, please contact  our SIS Manager (after August 16th),  Micah Kossove at: [email protected]

 Student IDs - Returning students should wear their Bak issued student ID. New students, if they have a previously issued school ID, please wear it. New Student ID badges and lanyards will be issued to all students. Students are required to wear their ID badge/lanyard while on campus, school sponsored activities and transportation. If lost or damaged, students can purchase a replacement I.D. for 5.00 dollars. Tri-Rail riders will get an additional Tri-Rail badge that must also be worn Extra ID’s will be available for ($5 each) on SchoolCashOnline.

 Summer Assignments -All students are required to complete summer assignments (Bak SchoolMessenger)

  • Please do NOT bring summer assignments to school on the first day. Teachers will instruct students as to when to bring in summer assignments.

 Supply Lists -Students will be provided supply lists by each of their teachers during the first week of school.

 Transportation Services/Geeting Home Each Day

Make sure your child knows how she/he is getting home each day. If plans change, please text your child. Students are permitted to turn on their phone at the end of each day, when instructed, to see if any messages were sent to them during the day. I would suggest that you request a reply text from your child to ensure the child received the message. 

Transportation Call Center (561) 357-1110

  1. Be sure to “Register Your Ride” for School Transportation through your child’s  portal.
  1. Transportation decides if your child is eligible for a bus and/or Tri-Rail.
  2.  Transportation assignments are based on your home address. If your home address is not correct contact Tammy King, our data processor, with the information and proof of address.
  3.  Students who live at two different households (as indicated in SIS), may request a second mode of transportation to service the other house. The school will complete a request form on your behalf - send a request to [email protected]
  4. Tri-Rail information can be found at (Northbound P608/Southbound P633)
  5. Bak MSOA does not have any additional information regarding transportation nor does the school control bus routes, bus stops, bus times, Tri-Rail times, or assignments. Please refer to the websites and phone number above.