8600 NW 107th Avenue  Doral, Florida  33178   Tel. 305-805-1900 / Fax 305-805-1901  

The Reagan Advocate
Reagan/Doral's School Newspaper

Reagan/Doral's Yearbook


PayPAM - Parent Account Management System
Miami Dade County Public School’s Department of Food and Nutrition's PayPAM program allows parents/guardians the convenience of paying on-line (or by telephone) for their child’s/children meals with a credit or debit card.


Become a School Volunteer

M-DCPS Office of
Community Services
Parents, students, employees, and community members who wish to volunteer at a school, region, or District office MUST register online through the respective M-DCPS portal(s).
Instructional guide

M-DCPS Code of Student Conduct for Secondary Schools

Reagan/Doral Sr. High
Progressive Discipline Plan



M-DCPS Bullying and Harassment Policy

M-DCPS Mental Health &
Crisis Management Services

Confidential Tip Reporting System



The Department of Food and Nutrition reminds students, parents and school staff that free breakfast is available every school day at no charge to all students. Eating breakfast at school ensures that students are in school on time and ready to learn. Breakfast is served daily at the school until 7:05 a.m.
More information
( mas información)

M-DCPS Department of Food and Nutrition installed a Reimbursable Meal Vending Machine at our school. The refrigerated reimbursable meal vending machine allows for service of fresh and healthy entrée salads, yogurt parfaits, fresh fruits and vegetables, cheese and meat wraps, sandwiches, milk, 100% juices and a variety of other fresh, complete meals to more students in less time. The machines are cashless. Students use their student ID number and birth date and the machine registers their eligibility and deducts money from their lunch account.


The Office of Public Relations for Miami-Dade County Public Schools has created a newsletter called Connection. The purpose of the newsletter is to keep parents informed about news and information pertaining to M-DCPS. It will be produced periodically throughout the school year.



Teacher and Rookie Teacher of the Year

Posted: 10/29/2014
We congratulate Ms. Jessica Fumero and Mr. Juan Carlos Huguet for being named Teacher of the Year and Rookie Teacher of the Year, respectively. These teachers dedicate themselves to go "above and beyond" and it was acknowledged by their peers. Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the students at Ronald Reagan/Doral Senior High.

Boys Bowling Earns District Runner-up

Posted: 10/29/2014
Congratulations to the boys bowling team for being this year's District Runner-up. The boys have qualified to compete next week at the bowling State Tournament. The team consists of Alexander Gutierrez, Diego Mateluna, Jonathan Lopez, Nicolas Marquez, Alfredo Martin, Miguel Bernal, Daniel Garanton, and Rafael Chang. Congratulations as well to their coach, Ms. Patrycja Prokopowicz.

District Swimming Tournament Results

Posted: 10/28/2014
Congratulations to the girls and boys swimming teams for finishing in 4th place and 5th place, respectively in the District 11 Tournament. The following swimmers also earned individual awards and will move on to the Regional tournament: Arianna Noya – District Champion (100 Yard Freestyle and 200 Yard Freestyle); Miguel Madeira – District Champion (100 Yard Backstroke and 200 Yard Freestyle); Diego Faucher – 3rd Place (50 Yard Freestyle and 100 Yard Freestyle); Girls Relay Team of Arianna Noya, Natalia Padillo, Andrea Gonzalez, Cristal Campocasso – District Runner Up (200 Yard Freestyle Relay and 400 Yard Freestyle Relay); Boys Relay Team of Diego Faucher, Tobias Faucher, Manuel Garibay, Miguel Madeira – District Runner Up (400 Yard Freestyle Relay); Boys Relay Team of Diego Faucher, Tobias Faucher, Carlos Mancilla, Miguel Madeira – 3rd Place (200 Yard Freestyle Relay). Congratulations as well to their coaches, Maria Omaña and Gilbert Martinez.

Applying 30% EOC Score to Final Course Grade

Posted: 10/27/2014
Florida Senate Bill 1076 requires that students enrolled in specified courses take Florida's End-of-Course (EOC) assessment. The results of the assessment must constitute 30 percent of the student's final grade. An explanation of the methodology used by Miami-Dade County Public Schools to calculate the final grade is posted on the student and parent portals (www.dadeschools.net)
Letter to parents
Applying EOC scores to final grades

Girls Bowling Wins GMAC Championship

Posted: 10/23/2014
Congratulations to the Girls Bison Bowling team for winning the 2014 GMAC Championship. This is the first time in the school's history that the team has won the GMAC tournament. The girls Bison team was seeded 6th in the tournament. Their first match was against the #3 seed, Coral Reef, and they won 3 of 5 games. Next, they bowled against the #2 seed, Terra, which they beat in 3 of 5 games. Finally, they were up against the #1 seed, Ferguson and won 3 of 4 games. The team members are Angelica Buenaventura, Flor Casañas, Melanie Isaza, Carela Mendez, Natali Rodriguez, Adriana Rosero and Pamela Londoño. Congratulations as well to their coach, Ms. Elena Cabarcos.
Team photo

Meningococcal Meningitis Information

Posted: 10/20/2014
Adolescents face an increased risk of contracting meningococcal disease (meningitis), which is a rare, but potentially fatal illness that may strike without warning. In some cases - even with treatment - meningitis can kill an otherwise healthy young person within less than 48 hours. An adolescent can become infected with meningitis through close personal contact with an infected person. Children should avoid sharing water bottles or eating utensils. Other behaviors that may increase the risk of infection include: remaining in a crowded environment for a prolonged period of time, kissing, smoking, or exposure to smoke and participating in other activities that may weaken the immune system, such as failing to get adequate sleep. Meningitis symptoms may include fever, headaches, and nausea and may resemble flu-like symptoms. Other symptoms include stiff neck, numbness, or loss of feeling, light sensitivity, or confusion. The risk of infection can be greatly reduced through meningococcal vaccination, which is available for children under the age of 18. For symptoms of viral or bacterial meningitis please refer to the http://comprehensivehealthservices.dadeschools.net under “Health Issues." 

Miami-Dade County Public Schools Mobile App

Posted: 08/15/2014
Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) recently launched a new mobile application to provide parents and students with faster access to up-to-date school information. The official Dadeschools Mobile App is now available to download for FREE for iPhone and Android devices. The mobile app features:

  • Student class schedules and bus route information
  • List of all Miami-Dade County Public Schools by school type
  • School information including school website, photos, school address, phone number, enrollment, school colors, and school hours
  • Functionality to contact school via phone or email
  • Ability to view school location on a map
  • Ability to send text, email, or Twitter posts of the school's information
  • Information about The Foundation for New Education Initiatives, Inc. (FNEI)
  • Log in using Dadeschools Portal username and password to receive personalized information tailored to parents and students

Visit www.dadeschools.net on your mobile device to download the application.

Fairchild Challenge Garden Video

Posted: 04/18/2014
As part of the Fairchild Challenge, we have created a video that shows the progression of our garden. Thank you to Ms. Ruiz, Ms. Correa, and Mr. Torres for their guidance.
Watch video

Full-Time Virtual Learning Program

Posted: 04/17/2014
Miami-Dade Online (MDO) Academy is a school district virtual instruction program that provides an interactive learning environment and is available to any student that currently resides in Miami-Dade County.
More information (más información)

Purell Hand Sanitizer Donations

Posted: 04/11/2014
Miami-Dade County Public Schools will initiate a pilot program with Purell Educational Network. Ronald Reagan/Doral Senior High has been selected as one of nine schools to participate in this program. Beginning in mid-April, Purell will donate hand sanitizer dispensers and refills in every classroom as well as in designated areas throughout the school.
For more information, click here. (En español)

Posse Foundation Nominations

Posted: 04/09/2014
The Posse Foundation will open its 2014 nomination process in mid-May 2014. Interested 11th grade students and their parents should visit the Posse Foundation website to learn more about the program and check out the eligibility requirements.  Each Posse Scholar wins a four-year, full-tuition scholarship to attend one of Posse’s partner colleges or universities.

To be eligible, our Bison juniors MUST:

  1. 1. Be nominated by their high school or a community-
        based organization.
  2. 2. Be in the first term of their senior year in high school
        during the fall of 2014
    . Depending on the Posse city,
        nominations are often taken between the spring and
        early August before the new school year begins.
    3. Demonstrate leadership within their high school,
        community or family.
  3. 4. Demonstrate academic potential.

The Posse Scholarship is neither a minority nor a need-based scholarship and is open to students of all backgrounds.

Posse Foundation website

Recommended Vaccines for Adolescents

Posted: 02/04/2014
The Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County would like to inform parents about several vaccines available for adolescent students. These vaccines are not required for school entry but are highly recommended to protect students against certain diseases. These vaccines include Meningococcal vaccine, Human Papillomavirus (HPV), Hepatitis A, and Tdap Booster. The Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County can provide these vaccines to students with no insurance free of charge (through 18 years of age). Some of these vaccines are part of university or college admission requirements.
More information (más información)

Automated Parent/Student Email Notifications

Posted: 08/23/2013
Parents and students who wish to start receiving automated email subscriptions can do so via the Electronic Gradebook link in the parent or student portals. Registration instructions, demonstration videos as well as a description of all notifications can be found on the PIV resources page at: http://gradebooksupport.dadeschools.net/piv-resources.asp. We recommend that all parents use this feature in order to become more informed regarding their child’s education.

The Children’s Trust 211 Helpline

Posted: 08/15/2012
In accordance with the Florida Plan for School Health Services, all pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade students must submit documentation verifying that a Student's Health Examination was performed within the 12 month period preceding initial entry into a Florida school. A completed Student Health Examination (DH or HRS-H Form 3040) form, including proof of a Tuberculosis Clinical Screening and appropriate follow up if necessary, should be completed and signed by a licensed practicing health care provider, and presented to the school during initial registration. Parents/guardians that need assistance in locating free or reduced immunization sites can dial the Children’s Trust 211 Helpline and ask to search under “Immunizations” or "Vaccines". In addition, the list of free and sliding scale immunization sites including contacts, hours, fees, etc. can be accessed through the 211 website at http://www.switchboardmiami.org by going to the Search our HELP pages section at the top and typing the word “Immunizations" or "Vaccines” in the search bar. The 211 Helpline is a resource and referral line available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in English, Spanish and Creole.






View past recognitions and awards won by students and staff.

Data Analysis at a Glance
Letter from Superintendent Carvalho to Parents Regarding School Public Accountability Report
(Florida Dept. of Education School Public Accountability Reports)
Applying 30% Score to Final Course Grade
(Letter from Superintendent Carvalho)
Letter from the Florida Department of Health Regarding Recommended Vaccines for Adolescents
(en español)
Notice of State Action Related to School Improvement
Department of Health Inspection Report
School Financial Report
2011-12 First and Second Quarter Expenditures Of The Lottery Funds Report
Letter from Superintendent Carvalho to Parents of ELL Students
en español)
Letter to Parents from Superintendent Carvalho Regarding Next Generation Standards
en español)
Letter to Parents of Virtual School Students (en español)
Family Education Rights and Privacy Act: Letter to Parents
(en español)
Document Archive
View important documents, letters, and informational flyers previously posted on the Ronald Reagan / Doral Senior High School website.


School Board Member, District 5
Ms. Susie V. Castillo

Superintendent of Schools
Mr. Alberto M. Carvalho

Region Superintendent, Central Region
Dr. Albert Payne

Mr. Juan Carlos Silva

Miami-Dade County Public Schools

Last updated October 29, 2014

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