Collier County Public School Board

  • Master School Board The Collier County School Board is vested by the Florida Constitution with the responsibility to operate, control and supervise all free public schools within the district. The Board appoints the Superintendent of Schools, who is the Secretary and Executive Officer of the School Board, and who administers the daily operations of the district. The Collier County School Board is composed of five members, elected at large, for staggered four-year terms. It exercises all powers and duties assigned by law, operating also under the regulation of the Florida Board of Education. 

    Vision - Where We Are Going 
    Inspire students to achieve academic excellence.
    Mission - How We Get There
    CCPS will develop students’ intellectual capacity and confidence in order to be successful lifelong learners with strong moral character who strive to reach their potential as productive members of American culture. 

    School Board Priorities
    • Academics
      • Implement a knowledge-based curriculum aligned with state standards
      • Improve math and literacy learning outcomes
      • Inspire lifelong readers
      • Refine academic programming options for all students
      • Expand and enhance post-secondary options
      • Cultivate civic literacy and critical thinking

    • Culture and Climate
      • Broaden collaboration with community stakeholders for student-centered decision-making
      • Support and motivate all employees by refocusing resources and ensuring consistent leadership

    • Fiscal Responsibility
      • Maximize return on investment
      • Examine cost-saving opportunities

    • Human Resources
      • Differentiate staffing
      • Differentiate total compensation package

    • Student Conduct
      • Implement consistent enforcement of the Code of Student Conduct
      • Examine student safety and implement enhancements