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Message from the Principal
I am very proud of our students, on February 21st, 2014 they hosted our 2nd Leadership Day. We invited the community into our school to see the 7 habits in action. As many of you know, we are a Leadership School, guided by the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. This day gives our students the opportunity to speak in front of an audience, greet community members, tour our guests around the campus, and provide opportunities for them to share about our school.
It is important to me that all of our students feel like they can be a leader at something. Whether it is a classroom job they have, or serving on our Renaissance Team, Safety Patrol Team, School News Team, Glee Club Team, Odyssey of the Mind Team, or many of our after school clubs. It is important to me that students find something to be a part of. Research shows that students who are involved in their school or sports tend to be more productive citizens in our society. We hope to offer parent training on the 7 habits in the future, so that you may begin to understand the habits and help your child to make the connections at home and in their personal life.
Skyline Elementary is very proud to be the first Leader In Me School not only in Cape Coral but also in Lee County. Many Lee County Schools and even one Collier County School visited our campus on Feb 21st to learn how we are “Growing the Leaders of Tomorrow Today”. Have a great month of March with your child, and enjoy your Spring Break!!!
Mr. C. Vilardi
“Skyline Elementary Honors the Greatness In Every Child”
March 11 Dad’s Club Meeting 6:30
March 13 End of Quarter
March 14 NO SCHOOL (for students)
March 17-21 NO SCHOOL
March 24 Back to School
Together, we will inspire each other to shine in attitude, behavior and academics.
Consideration of Children First Promote Life Long Learning Parental and Community Involvement Engaged Teaching and Learning Maintain a Safe and Well-managed Environment
The Challenge is On!
Start collecting Box Tops and get yourself a small prize and credit for your class.
This is a great way to help out your school!
Florida State Statute 1012.42 recognizes that teachers at times must be assigned duties in a class outside the field in which the teacher is certified. The following teachers are engaged in training to add English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) to their certificates: D. Souppa, J. Dalesandro, M. Meyer, A. Skocik, and M. Vicens