Science Night is Back this year!
Tuesday, May 19th
Tickets are on sale from May 4th through May 15th
The cost is $4 per students.
Kindergarten through 2nd grade will run from 5:30 to 6:30
3rd through 5th grade will run from 6:45 to 7:45.
FREE Swimming Lessons
The YMCA is offering FREE swimming classes
for children starting at 6 months of age.
May 18-May 21
Virtual Instruction Program
Virtual Instruction Program
Florida Statute 1002.45 requires Florida school districts to offer a virtual instruction program to students in grades K-12. A virtual instruction program offers students a flexible option to attend a public school using distance and online learning technologies. The enrollment window for Broward County students entering grades 6 through 12 opens April 24th and closes September 18th, 2015. Enrollment for students entering grades K-5 opens April 24th and closes July 24th, 2015. Students must meet criteria to qualify for enrollment. More information about virtual instruction program options, including enrollment criteria, can be obtained online at www.bved.netor by calling Broward Virtual School at 754-321-6050.
Registration Days & Times
Mon-Friday 8:30 to 11:30 am until June 5th.
Mon-Thursday 8:30 to 3:00 pm for Summer.
What you will need
Original birth certificate or Passport
Current Immunization-Florida form
Current physical- Florida form
2 proofs of residence
One section A and One from section B
GRADES 1-5- report Card showing grade level promotion
All documents must be in order for a successful registration!
SCHOOL SUPPLIES MADE EASY
NO SHOPPING! NO HASSEL! STRESS FREE!
Coconut Palm has teamed up with "School Kidz". This is a convemient way to purchase school supplies. School Kidz has been provided the supply list for all grade levels. Simply place your order on line and supplies will be delivered.
Orders are to be ordered by June 12th
Kits will be delivered to CPE on August 17th for pickup
Click on the link below to order your kit today
Florida Learning Committee
The Department of Education is issuing a call for Floridians to serve on the newly established Keep Florida Learning Committee.
The Keep Florida Learning Committee will review further deregulation opportunities for the school system; review instructional material review processes used by school boards; identify strategies to increase parental involvement; and review the implementation of the Florida Standards and the Florida Standards Assessment over the next year.
All Floridians interested in serving on the committee are encouraged to submit an online application to the DOE. To apply, visit http://www.fldoe.org/about-us/fsacommittee.stml. Interested Floridians have until January 31, 2015, to submit their application. The first meeting will be an organizational conference call and will take place in March. Committee members will be announced in February.
The committee will be comprised of 11 members, including the Commissioner of Education, legislators, teachers, superintendents, school board members, higher education representatives, and members of the public.
For a list of frequently asked questions regarding the Keep Florida Learning Committee visit http://www.fldoe.org/about-us/KFL-FAQ.stml ]http://www.fldoe.org/about-us/KFL-FAQ.stml.