REVEALING FACTS » DISPELLING MYTHS » EXPLAINING FIGURES
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» CCPS students performing in bands, choruses and orchestras consistently receive “Superior” ratings at District and State Music Performance Assessments.
» 100% of CCPS elementary school students engage in music classes in Kindergarten through Grade 5.
» Our middle schools have boys and girls athletic teams in five sports: basketball, cross country, soccer, track, and volleyball.
» CCPS offers 17 high school varsity sports for fall, winter, and spring competition.
» The CCPS Alumni Association offers free lifetime membership to all graduates in order to connect back to our schools and current students.
» When our school district was formed in 1923, it was known as the Board of Public Instruction of Collier County.
» Phonics instruction is used in all CCPS Kindergarten through Grade 5 classes to teach the relationship between the letters of written language and the sounds of the spoken language.
» Drug traffickers are mixing the synthetic opioid fentanyl with other drugs—like Adderall, oxycodone, and cocaine—in a variety of colors, shapes, and forms.
» Fentanyl is 100X stronger than morphine and 50X stronger than heroin.
» The majority of drug overdose deaths in the United States are because of synthetic opioids like fentanyl.
» You can automatically feed the CCPS Academic Calendar dates into your phone or device
» All CCPS school sites have at least one (larger campuses may have more than one) armed law enforcement member on campus all day, every day, as part of a broad strategy of security layers
» School-related suspicious activity may be anonymously reported through the Fortify FL app
» The District has a way for students and parents to anonymously report bullying and Board Policy protects against cyberbullying
» CCPS has a Code of Student Conduct recognizing student responsibilities and the recognition of the rights of all students, including the right to learn
DISTRICT FAST FACTS
LARGEST SCHOOL DISTRICT IN U.S.
MEALS SERVED YEARLY
MILES TRAVELED YEARLY BY SCHOOL BUSES
LANGUAGES & DIALECTS SPOKEN BY STUDENTS
STUDENTS FROM NON-ENGLISH SPEAKING HOMES
STUDENTS RECEIVE FREE & REDUCED LUNCH
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