Palmetto Elementary

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  • 2020-2021 Title I School Stakeholder Survey 

     Each year Collier County Public Schools (CCPS) receives federal Title I funds to support eligible schools in our district. You are an important stakeholder and your feedback is valuable to schools as we plan for our use of Title I funds for the 2020-2021 school year.

    Click here to submit the 2020-2021 Title I School Stakeholder Survey


  • Public Library Resource

    Champions...Monday-Friday at 10 a.m. the Collier County Public Library will be reading stories, sharing rhymes/songs, etc. starting Monday, March 23. You can go to their Facebook page to enjoy them. Also, they have FREE ebooks and audiobooks:


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  • Check out PLE's Spotlight on Schools segment on ABC7! Click the link below!


    Spotlight on School-ABC


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  • Gator      Click here to see our amazing Palmetto Partners!

    Dear Prospective Palmetto Partner,

                    Palmetto Elementary School (PLE) is excited to continue with our Palmetto Partner Program. We know that good schools build strong communities, and strong communities are vital for businesses to thrive. For those of you who are not aware of PLE, here are some amazing facts about our little school in the big woods. We are one of the smallest elementary schools in Collier County, and a Title 1 school and face challenges due to our location in the Estates. Our closest business is 7 miles away, as we are tucked away off of Everglades Blvd.

                    At PLE, we work hard every day to ensure student success. We have a dedicated staff of outstanding teachers and employees who ensure students love learning, love coming to school, and are successful every day. We would like to ensure our students have the experiences and materials they need to enrich their education. With business partners like you, we can help fund field trips, classroom materials, technology needs, reading resources and other needs. Everything that is raised through our Palmetto Partner Program will go back to the classrooms to benefit our student’s educational experience.

                    We ask that you please join us in supporting our school! After reviewing the Palmetto Partner Program, and the benefits to your business, we hope you will consider contributing to our school and students. At PLE, we believe that together we are the creators of our future.


    Christen Krembs
    Palmetto Elementary School



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  • 2019-2020 School Year
    Dress Code

    TOPS: Short or long sleeved plain SOLID shirt (collar or no collar) or PTO Spirit Shirt.

    BOTTOMS: Any plain, SOLID color Bermuda-length shorts or slacks for boys, and Bermuda-length shorts, slacks, jeggings, capris, skirts, skorts, and jumpers for girls. Tights may be worn under skirts, jumpers, or even shorts. Jeans may be worn when the weather is chilly/cold outside.

    SHOES: Tennis shoes with laces or Velcro closures must be worn. Heelys are not allowed.

    For Chilly/Cold Temperatures:  Any solid colored, plain sweatshirt/sweater/cardigan/zip-up jacket may be worn. Hoodies are allowed on jackets/sweatshirts, but the hoodie may not be worn in the building.

    If the appropriateness of attire is questioned, the child will be referred to the office and the parent (guardian) will be contacted. Disciplinary actions will be taken when violations are repeated.

    Please remember to address fit when choosing school clothes. All clothing must be of appropriate size and length. Extra baggy, too tight or too short clothing is not acceptable under the CCPS dress code


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  • PTO Show your school spirit with our Palmetto T-Shirts and Sweatshirts!!
    Click here to download an order form from the PTO.



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  • PLE School Hours

     Palmetto Elementary School hours: 8:25am - 2:50pm
    (*Students transported to school by parents may not arrive earlier than 7:45am due to no supervision until this time, unless you are registered in the ASP program.)

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  • Safety Online

    Hi Parents! Please click on the attachment below to learn family tips about online safety!

    Family Tips for Online Safety

    Also, please check out this website for more information on media safety.

    Thank you for supporting our mission to keep the internet a safe place to explore!


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  • PLE is proud to be a "Common Sense Media Certiified" school!

    Common Sense School


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