End of School Year Info

AMS Material Collection / Drop Off Days

Parents / students will be able to come to campus next week according to the schedule below to pick up / drop off key materials. Materials for drop off include musical instruments, materials borrowed from teachers, textbooks, and Media Center books. Items to pick up will include locker room items, certificates for 8th Grade Evening of Excellence students, and any critical items a student has left in a teacher’s classroom.


8 a.m. - 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. each day.

*Thursday – May 21 – Students with last names A-M.

*Friday – May 22 – Students with last names N-Z.

Drop off of musical instruments will take place in the bus loop whereas all other drop offs/pickups will happen in the parent car line area. In order to make the process run smoothly, please follow the directions of signs and AMS personnel.

If students need to pick up items from a teacher’s classroom, you must first email Ms. Rios ( by the end of the day on Tuesday, May 19, with a list of the specific items they wish to retrieve and the location in each teacher’s classroom so that we can gather these items ahead of time and have them ready. Also, if you are returning items such as materials borrowed from teachers, Media Center books, etc., then please place them in a bag and have the items clearly labeled with your child's name and the name of the teacher who needs to get the items.

IMPORTANT NOTE: While we love our students, it is important that we follow social distancing and health, safety guidelines during this process. Unfortunately, this means that our AMS volunteers will not be able to shake hands, hug or have any physical contact with our students. We also encourage you and your child to wear masks if you have them. Thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation.

ExploraVision Materials

Dear students,
Due to awards and shipment delays with the COVID 19 global pandemic, shipment of your ExploraVision awards and gifts will resume when schools reopen (tentatively in the fall). Entry gifts will also be shipped during the same time frame.

Once they arrived, we will inform you of the delivery date. 6th and 7th grade students - If you will not attend AMS next year, you need to email Ms. Fadia at with your new address so we can arrange for your award’s/gift’s delivery. 8th grade students - If you will not be attending Timber Creek next year, you need to e-mail Ms. Ahmed Hussien with your new address so we can arrange for your award’s/gift’s delivery.

Memory Books

We received the following message from LifeTouch in regard to our memory books. We will send you updates as soon as they are available.

As COVID-19 has changed the way we live from day to day, we made a promise to you to keep you informed about your Yearbook. At this time, due to COVID-19, we have had government-mandated shut-downs that have reduced our capacity for printing yearbooks. As we work to safely return to our production facilities, be assured that everyone who ordered a yearbook will receive one. However, in certain instances the delivery of your yearbook may be delayed.

A representative from Lifetouch will contact your school requesting shipping instructions in the coming weeks. Additionally, you may be contacted again when we have tracking information that can verify that your yearbook has left our production facility.

Student Devices

All returning students in grades 3 through 11, who currently have an OCPS laptop at home, will retain their device during the summer in preparation for the 2020-2021 school year.

If your child is withdrawing to attend another OCPS school or another county/state, please set an appointment to return their device to AMS prior to the completion of the withdrawal process.

If your child's device needs to be repaired or replaced, please complete the process at your child's 2019-2020 school site. Students can begin the process by creating a ticket at The ticket will go to your child's 2020-21 school site.


OCPS parents of rising 7th grade students,
The state of Florida requires that all students entering 7th grade must have the Tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis (Tdap) immunization. Your child MUST have this immunization in order to start the 7th grade. For more information, visit the Florida Department of Health in Orange County site.

School Supplies

Here is our supply list for the 2020-21 school year for you to have on hand as you complete your back-to-school shopping.

This is a schedule

The following are items that students should have available to them at home in their workspace; however, they do not need to be carried to school daily unless indicated by a particular class.

  • Index cards
  • Ruler
  • Scissors
  • Tape

The following donations are greatly appreciated. Thank you for your support!
Tissues,  Paper Towels, Hand sanitizer, Pencils, Copy paper
Sanitizing Wipes
Expo markers, Pens, Band-Aids, Composition notebooks

AMS Summer Reading

Let’s have a GREAT summer of reading!

This year’s challenge will be to read 7 books total.

You may choose a book of your choice from any genre…realistic fiction, action and adventure, fantasy, mystery, etc. (4 books).

In addition to these selections, we are requesting that you read at least 3 of the Sunshine State Books.

Since schools will not be open to students during the summer, students can keep track of their titles read and then will be able to take AR quizzes on those titles during the first two week of school. Students can also track their minutes and books using Beanstack through Launchpad using the challenge “OCPS Summer Reading 2020-AMS”. First place prize for the OCPS Beanstack challenge is a Kindle!

Students that complete at least 5 books, will be invited to the summer reading ice cream social during the 1st nine weeks of school. Students that complete the entire challenge (7 books) will receive a special prize as well! Questions? Please email Shana Wax or Amy Brett

Keep Reading Huskies!