Shadowlawn Elementary

Today's Learners - Tomorrow's Leaders


  • As the principal of Shadowlawn Elementary School, I wish to extend a warm welcome to our current families and those who may look to join the Shadowlawn Family, home of the Seahawks! Shadowlawn Elementary is rich in tradition and we are proud of the long history of accomplishments of our entire school community which is reflected in our most recent Florida school grade of an “A” for the 2016-17 school year. Shadowlawn Elementary School is a dynamic learning community, which maintains the highest of academic expectations and positive social change while celebrating the diversity of our student population. The tradition of excellence is evident in its long history of helping students build upon their strengths while refining the academic skills necessary to be successful in middle school, high school, and life. The integrated practice of Professional Learning Communities, standards-based instruction, and data driven decision-making are the foundation for our approach to helping students. We continue to aim at serving our students and community and look forward to the opportunity to work with you in the future. Please feel free to stop by and visit us as we value our parents and community as partners in the learning process. We welcome the opportunity to show our Seahawk Pride! 


    Vision Statement

    Shadowlawn Elementary inspiring the leaders of tomorrow.



    Mission Statement

    Shadowlawn Elementary creates a challenging learning environment

    and encourages high expectations for student success and lifelong learning.

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     A Message from Dr. Phipps:

    As principal of Shadowlawn Elementary School, I wish to extend a warm welcome to those who are currently a part of our school family and those who may be considering becoming a part of our school community including volunteers or business partners.


    Our staff is committed to the Shadowlawn school vision: “Shadowlawn Elementary School promotes a safe, caring and supportive environment where each student is encouraged to become a confident, lifelong learner.”


    We invite you to visit our beautiful campus, meet our students and staff, and inquire about becoming involved in our school community.    


     Dr. Phipps  Oliver L. Phipps, Ed.D.
      Shadowlawn Elementary School
      Collier County Public Schools

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SCHOOL STATUS: Update as of Friday, September 22, 2017 3:00PM 

We are excited to welcome our 48,000 students back to school Monday, September 25th! It has been a long two weeks away from our classrooms and I hope your home is returning to some sense of normal. Opening our schools is a big step in that direction. We have spent the last 13 days working tirelessly to get our schools ready for students and staff to return.
Student safety is always one of our top concerns, and is especially important on Monday morning as they walk out your door. Our local government entities have asked that we all put our hurricane debris piles curbside, not in the street or on sidewalks. This is important for the safety of our children who must walk to school or wait at bus stops along debris-filled streets. Those large Hurricane Irma debris piles could hide a driver’s view of bus stops and our kids walking to school. We all want our kids safely walking on the sidewalk. Please proceed with caution when you are behind the wheel. Remember, 354 CCPS school buses will be navigating these streets, making 10,521 stops throughout the county.
All CCPS students will be able to enjoy free breakfast and free lunch through October 20th. There is no paperwork required to receive these benefits. If you have a lunch account balance it will not be charged during this period unless your child purchases a-la-carte (snack) items.  
Please note our 2017-2018 Academic Calendar will be adjusted for some of the days missed due to Hurricane Irma. A proposed academic calendar will be voted on at the Regular School Board Meeting on Tuesday, September 26th. Click here to view the proposed calendar. (You may view the current approved calendar by clicking here.)
We encourage you to scroll down to view our Hurricane Irma Frequently Asked Questions for additional information you may find useful as we all prepare to get back on track for the 2017-2018 school year. 
We are excited to get back to the classroom together again Monday! One thing this storm has proven is that together we are #CCPSStrong! 
54 of 54 CCPS school sites have power!

Click here to read our CCPS Hurricane Irma story!