REVEALING FACTS » DISPELLING MYTHS » EXPLAINING FIGURES
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» You can automatically feed the CCPS Academic Calendar dates into your phone or device
» Each public school assigns a school liaison to plan and coordinate services for children and youth who are living in homeless situations
» CCPS supports 1,758 students who are homeless, unaccompanied, or in foster care (as of 02/28/2023)
» The McKinney-Vento Act defines homeless children and youth as individuals who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence
» Aubrey Rogers High School will offer a variety of upper-level and advanced courses in its inaugural year
» CCPS is accredited by Cognia, received the highest rating in 23 of 31 standards, and outperformed the average for other districts by 70 points
» CCPS has more than 500 facility lease agreements with community organizations
» In 1923, Tommie Barfield was appointed as the first superintendent of the Board of Public Instruction of Collier County
» Aubrey Rogers High School will play Varsity and Junior Varsity in all sports during its inaugural year
» CCPS maintains 78 playgrounds across the District that provide both fun play and critical developmental skills
» All CCPS 7th graders have the opportunity to tour Florida Gulf Coast University
» The District supports 8,489 students who have an Individual Educational Plan (IEP)
» CCPS is on track to be debt-free by 2026
» More than 6,000 active volunteers support our students and schools
» All school sites have a lightning prediction system to warn against potential hazards
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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HAVE YOU HEARD? Collier County Public Schools has a variety of innovative opportunities for students. We welcome you view the videos below to learn more about some of these programming options.