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Are you interested in helping CCPS better their communication with parents? Please email communications@collierschools.com to get involved in the new communications parent committee. more

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Thursday is always a special day of the week the kindergarten class of Joanna Campanile and Janell Matos at Poinciana Elementary School (PES). Kindergarteners don their aprons and slide on their gloves, ready to get to work in the early morning sun. more

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With a mission to share their passion for engineering, the Girls Entering Engineering Club (GEEC) hope to introduce the field to young girls. more

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There are many rites of passage for high school upperclassmen but probably none as big as prom or graduation. The months of April and May are considered “prom season,” for Naples seniors, a time where students get dressed up and dance the night away. more

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In 2016 so far, students have already participated in the District Science Fair, Laws of Life Essay Contest, High School Scholar Bowl Tournament, Collier County Spelling Bee, and Odyssey of the Mind. more

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For the past year, Layton sets up her stand on Friday afternoons during lunch at Lake Park Elementary School and sells “Havana’s Headbands for Hope”. Students can be seen across campus adorned with her accessories. more

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We all have wishes, but a student at Barron Collier High School would rather play fairy godmother and be the one granting a wish, not just any wish, but a wish for a local student in need. more

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We are CCPS Proud of our students, teachers, and staff for the great work they do each and every day. Our district leadership teams continue to add rigor to our coursework, and we continue to see significant gains in student achievement. more

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February on a high school campus is a special time of year. Seniors are getting accepted to their dream college and their parents are working diligently to make sure they can afford it. more

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A federal, five-year Strategic Plan for STEM Education is now in progress to sustain and engage youth by providing an equal opportunity to STEM instruction for grades kindergarten through 12, undergraduate, and graduate students. more

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If you want your child to attend a school other than the one he or she is zoned for, it’s time for you to submit a Collier County Public Schools Out-of-Zone or School Choice request. more

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Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Kik, Whisper, Tumblr, Snapchat, and Oovoo – these names may read like a foreign language to some parents. “You really need to know what these apps do and the way these apps work,” explains Sgt. Wade Williams. more

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Collier County Public Schools (CCPS) is sponsoring the first 5K Walk-Run on December 5. The proceeds will fund special health and wellness initiatives. more

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The Blue Zones Project encourages healthy living principles among the residents of Southwest Florida. It is a community-centered program that seeks to create a common goal: the pursuit of longevity through healthy, fulfilling lifestyle choices. more

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Florida’s student achievement has improved dramatically since we began to grade schools. In 1999, nearly half of Florida’s third graders could not read and Florida’s graduation rate was barely above 50 percent. more

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An update on Collier County Public Schools' Board Meetings from August and September 2015. more

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Parents and guardians who are interested in applying for free and reduced-price meals may apply online or with a paper application available at CCPS schools. more

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Collier County Public Schools (CCPS) bus schedules for students needing transportation to attend any of the district’s schools are available online. The first day of the 2015-16 school year is Monday, August 17. more

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​This year, students at nine Collier County Public Schools (CCPS) will be welcomed by a new principal. Six of these principals are new to the role but come from positions within CCPS. more

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By participating in activities such as spelling bees, debate tournaments, and writing symposiums, students can learn the same sportsmanship skills as athletes do on the playing field. Character traits such as fair play, respect, and grace. more

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A cut score is the line drawn on our state exam to show whether a child is proficient in a subject. This is important because no matter how great our standards or our tests, if we set a low passing bar, we are not helping our students. more

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