• Thank you to all of the individuals, families, and organizations that have supported our #CCPSFamily in the recovery from Hurricane Ian. The generosity of this community is astounding. While I could share a list a mile long, here are just a few of the many examples of community support:

    • The Boys & Girls Club of Collier County provided a free camp for children of CCPS staff who live in Lee County until they were able to return to school
    • Laces of Love distributed shoes to people in need
    • The Richard M. Schulze Foundation and the Salvation Army gave Hometown Hero gift cards to CCPS employees and other essential personnel
    • Collier Community Foundation provided donations for staff and students, suggestions for housing needs, and so much more
    • Champions For Learning helped gather backpacks and school supplies, and helped secure funding from Governor DeSantis to support CCPS staff
    • Local churches and faith-based organizations cooked meals, organized donations, and provided supplies to families throughout the community

    Thank you to all of the individuals who have provided their time, talents, and resources to help our staff, students, and families.

    We are pleased to have been able to extend the availability of FREE breakfast and lunch for ALL CCPS students for the remainder of the 2022-23 school year. Unless a student purchases snack items, existing lunch account balances will not be charged. Click here for more information about nutrition services.

    Fall Break is coming up soon! There is currently no impact to the scheduled Hurricane Make-Up Days (November 21 and 22), which would be "No School" days if not used. November 23 through November 25 are "No School" days for Fall Break.

    Sincerely,

    Kamela Patton

     
    Dr. Kamela Patton
    Superintendent
     
    Tel (239) 377-0001