Pineview Elementary

The mission of Pineview Elementary School is to provide opportunities that will develop problem-solving ability, technology aptitude, and critical thinking skills as we stimulate the embedded talents each child possesses. It is our sincere desire to lay the foundation necessary to develop young, caring, and productive citizens who are able to function successfully in a global community.

Administration

IMPORTANT INFO

  • School Hours

    • School Hours: 8:15PM-2:50PM

    • Before School Supervision: 7:45-8:15AM

    • After School Supervision: 2:50 PM-3:20PM

    • Tardy: After 8:15AM - Please come to the office and get a tardy pass for your child.
    • Breakfast begins at 7:45AM and ends at 8:10AM

     

    Office Hours

    • 7:45am. - 4:15pm.

     
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  • Student's Attendance

    • Anytime your child is absent from school or if you have any attendance related issues, call the Front Office at 850-488-2819
    • After Hours you can call the Attendance Message Line at 850-617-5926 24-hours a day.  Please leave a detailed message.
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  • Transportation Changes

    • Please be sure to send a change of your child's method of transportation in writing. This must be signed by an adult that is listed on the student's green sheet. There will be NO changes in transportation over the telephone. 
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  • New Student Registration Applications

    Registration packets for students new to Pineview in grades K-5 are available in the front office.

    Parents/Guardians are also required to provide the following information:

    • Proof of child's birth date
    • Proof of current State of Florida immunization records
    • Physical examination (within the last year)
    • Two proofs of residency:
    1. Homestead exemption, mortgage deed, lease, rental agreement, or property tax record  -AND-
    2. Drivers license or utility bill
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  • CHECK GRADES HERE

     

    Click the above link to go the the partent portal page, then sign-in box on the top right under “Check your grades here”. For any urgent issues or technical difficulties, please contact the Helpdesk Support Center by e-mail at PortalHelp@leonschools.net or call @ 487-7524 (Helpdesk).

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     Families In Transition

     

     

    FIT

     

    F.I.T. Brochure

     

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JAGUAR NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • RESPECT IS A LIFE SKILL

    RESPECT

    Respect means to have consideration for others. To be able to respect others and the limits they set, one must first develop a respect for oneself. In teaching children respect, parents have the responsibility to model an understanding and respect of others. It is primarily through this modeling that children learn that respect is reciprocal. Below are suggested activities that can assist in developing and supporting respectful individuals:

    • Do something kind for a person in your family and/or neighborhood. Reach out in small ways that they do not expect. These "random acts" of kindness make everyone feel good. Don’t deny your child the unique experience of creating such good feelings.
    • Help your children to understand that different people have different needs. People learn in different ways and at different rates. Be open about the "gifts and challenges" that family members have that may require special attention. Caring about one another in our own families is the first step toward extending care towards others
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  • PARENTS, WE NEED YOUR HELP!

    PARENTS

    Parents can volunteer and get involved in many different ways.  Please complete the Volunteer Resource Survey.  We  know how you would like to become involved. All volunteers can get started by completing the LCS Volunteer Online Application today!

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  • Visitors -

    VALID DRIVERS LICENSE NEEDED TO VISIT THE SCHOOL

    You will need a valid driver’s license to visit the school or the campus for any reason.  We must protect the children, faculty, and staff!  This is a district wide policy and you will be asked for one and if you do not have a license, PLEASE DO NOT EXPECT TO GO TO A CLASSROOM OR DO ANTYTHING ON CAMPUS!  Do not ask us to compromise this rule!

     

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