Neil Armstrong’s Family Center is now open. What book adventure are you ready to take? Our Family Center is full of books for you to check out and read with your family. Check out up to 3 books when you come. Each week you come, you can choose one keeper book. Often, there will also be pencils, book marks, or erasers to choose from. The Family Center is open on Tuesdays and Fridays, from 7:30-8:30am and 3:10-4:00pm. Mrs. Christina Smith is excited to meet you and your family! Each student must be accompanied by an adult.
Parents, we need your help! Please encourage your Positive Astros to read at home and to carry a book with them. Students are asked to read a book during dismissal as well. The top ten readers are posted in the hall for the students to see. Students can earn AR shirts when they reach their grade-level AR expectations. The students get so excited to see their names on the list. We have a student that is approaching one million words read.
Every month, the classes have the opportunity to earn the Traveling “Legacy” Award. In order to earn the award, students must:
Criteria #1: 100% of students taking an AR test for the month. Kindergarten - either 100% of students taking an AR Test or 100% of students mastering 10 new sight words per month.
Criteria #2: Class Average of a minimum pass rate or higher in both iReady Math and Reading. Students will earn Spirit Sticks monthly by completing a minimum of 5 sessions monthly with the minimum pass rate.
Criteria #3: Class with the highest increase in “Words Read” that month from the previous month. The classes that meet the three criteria receive a traveling “Legacy” trophy with a banner that proudly hangs outside their doors. The students have until the end of September to help their classes earn the traveling “Legacy” trophy.
A message from Coach Combs - Students need to wear tennis shoes every day to school for their safety. Crocs, flip flops, dress shoes, and boots are not dress code approved as foot wear. Just a reminder, please do not drop your children off before 8:00 a.m. There is no adult supervision at that time. Thank you
This is your principal, Angie Taillon, with an important message. Please read for more information!
As Charlotte County Public Schools reopens, there will be a number of procedures in place to ensure the safety and welfare of students, employees and, ultimately, the entire community. Please visit this link to read protocols.
Thank you Positive Astro Families for sharing your input on our Annual Title I Survey. We will be using your responses and comments to develop 21-22 school year Parent & Family Engagement Plan. We will let you know the date and time of the SAC meeting where this plan will be discussed and developed.
Please find information regarding our local food banks in the link provided. Please reach out to the school if you need assistance.
REPORTING SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITIES OR THREATS: Students, parents, CCPS employees, and members of the community have a responsibility to report suspicious activities and potential threats to schools. Any suspicious activity or threat shall be promptly reported to one of the following individuals, agencies or reporting tools: • School Resource Officer or local law enforcement agencies. • School Administrator or any available staff member. • The FortifyFL Reporting APP or to the Crimestoppers Tipline (1-800-780-TIPS). • Contacting the Supervisor of District Security and Emergency Management at (941) 255-0808 • Calling 9-1-1. Please click on this link for more information on the FortifyFL App.
This link will take you to NAE's Title 1 information. Please note that our Achievement Family Associate is Christina Smith. Mrs. Smith can be found in the Family Reading and Resource Center or by calling 941-255-7450, ext. 303. Due to COVID restrictions, the family reading and resource center has gone mobile! Look for flyers and Facebook announcements for our popup events See you there!
The Florida's School Public Accountability Reports have been generated to comply with federal legislation that requires annual report cards on the educational progress of schools, school districts, and the state. This report meets public reporting requirements and provides certain additional information of interest on the status of Florida's schools. To View NAE's SPAR Report, click on the link above.
* This list is a compilation of websites that teachers have recommended to parents to increase learning and practice of skills at home. Some websites/resources are not available for all students at all schools. There is also a cost to subscribe to some websites.
NAE 2021 5th Grade
Program With Video Links
NAE 5th Grade
Promotion Ceremony Videos
May 28, 2021