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    Orientation will be August 6th from 9am-11am. You can drop by anytime during that time period to meet the teacher and drop off supplies.

    Parents will be allowed to walk their child to class for the 1st 3 days of school.

    Posted 7/23/21

    School times will be 7:50 am to 2:10 pm this school year.  To access your child's bus assignment and schedule, you will need to create a Focus Parent account (if you do not already have one).  or log in as your child (using his/her log in information).  Click My Information - then choose Transportation.  Your child's bus stop and time are listed there.

    Posted 7/20/21

    The first day of the 2021-2022 school year for students is Wednesday, August 11th.

    Posted 7/5/21

    Time to start enrolling your NEW Kindergarteners!!!  Incoming kindergarten students must be 5 years old on or before September 1st.  School Office open Monday - Thursday 9am- noon.

    1. Complete the online portion NOW! See link

    2.  Then go to the school with the following items. Administration is in the office ready to help!

    -Child's birth certificate

    -Child's social security card

    -Proof of residence such as an electric bill or rent receipt (telephone and cable bills are NOT acceptable)

    -Immunization Record (also known as the Florida Blue Card, which is provided by the Health Department or family physician)

    -Physical form completed by family physician

    -Most recent report card and test scores, if available

    Posted 4/12/21

    The Florida Department of Education has released the Florida Value Added Model (VAM) and Fiscal Transparency Tool, a web-based tool that enables taxpayers to evaluate both the impact that teachers have on the learning growth of their students and the financial efficiency of a school or school district with other similarly situated schools and school districts. The tool identifies public schools and districts with high academic achievement based on the ratio of classroom instruction expenditures to total expenditures.


    The financial efficiency data can be viewed or downloaded by selecting “2018-19 Financial Transparency” from either the landing page or the help section located in the upper right-hand corner of the VAM tool. This web-based tool is best viewed with the latest version of Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome; not all web browsers are supported.

    Posted 6/25/20

    Uniform Policy

    Dress Code

    Cordova Park Elementary is governed by the District-Wide School Uniform Standard. The District’s uniform consists of the following:

    Tops: Shirts shall be collared and will be solid red, white, or navy blue. Breast emblems may be no larger than 2”x 2”. Sports team or college logos are not permitted. Pull-over sweat shirts or solid sweaters that are intended to be worn inside during the school day must be red, white or navy blue and may be worn over a uniform shirt or blouse. Allowable collars for shirts will be: scallops, turtlenecks, mock turtlenecks, button-downs, and plain traditional collars. Collars must be of the same color of the body of the garment. The current Cordova Park t-shirt may be worn any day of the week. Previous designs of the Cordova Park t-shirt, AR recognition t-shirts and jogging club t-shirts may be worn only on the designated t-shirt or “Spirit Day” (Tuesdays). Undergarments should not be visible.

    Bottoms: Pants, skirts, shorts, skorts, or jumpers shall consist of solidcolored khaki, navy or black material. Denim may be worn and must be solid dark blue (no faded or stonewashed material) without any embellishments or designs.

    Socks and Leggings: Must be solid in color and of uniform color – red,

    white, navy blue, black, or khaki.

    Shoes: Tennis/athletic shoes are required to participate in PE and/or recess and shall be worn every day. Students are not allowed to “change out” shoes for recess/PE.

    Outerwear Garments: The dress code shall not prohibit students from wearing coats, jackets, sweaters, or other appropriate outer garments. These sweaters or jackets may only be worn outside the building. All sweaters or jackets worn inside the school must be solid red, white or navy blue (both inside and outside of the garment).

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    In all that we do, we teach, so that in all children do, they have the opportunity to learn.