WELCOME TO ROYAL PALM EXCEPTIONAL CENTER

Our vision: To work in partnerships with students, family and the community to ensure that each student acquires the knowledge, skills and core values necessary to achieve personal success and enrich the community.

Principal's Message

Royal Palm not only has high expectations for our students academically, but we also want to build strong character, independence, responsibility, and respect in our students. 

   Parents can help us in this process, as they are also primary teachers of our students.  We should all teach and model – friendship, loyalty, team work, organizational skills, following the rules, common courtesy and kindness, cooperation, and taking responsibility for our own actions; Whether its saying “excuse me” or “I am sorry” walking down the hallway or waiting in the line at Costco.  Royal Palm Teachers regularly promote character traits through modeling, the Learning for Life program, and regular classroom discussions.  We can make a difference in our students if we work together.

     Royal Palm plans to continue to enhance the learning experiences of our students and to ensure a joyful learning environment.  
  
Robert Moretti
Principal, Royal Palm School

*Focus *Discipline *Analytical *Learner *Deliberative


Parent and FamilyEngagement Plan for 2024-2025

School-Parent Compact for 2024-2025

Google Forms Parent Feedback and Input - Click Here:

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End-of-Year Parent Involvement Survey for 2023-2024.


           - Survey (English)

           - Survey (Spanish)


ANNUAL TITLE 1 MEETING (SEPTEMBER 8, 2023) FOLLOW-UP for parent comment and input. Please click on and review document #1 below, then provide feedback via the link in #2.

 1 - Click this link to read the Annual Title 1 Meeting Documents - September 8, 2023

This link includes the following from the September 8, 2023 meeting:

- Annual Title 1 Meeting Agenda and Notes Sept 8, 2023

- Title 1 Meeting PowerPoint September 8, 2023

- Parent and Family Engagement Plan (PFEP) 2023-2024

- School-Parent Compact 2023-2024

- Right-To-Know Letter 2023-2024

 2 - Click the following link to respond, provide feedback and submit - https://forms.gle/JNow8RcWAbpZfBLw9

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FREE TUTORING AVAILABLE THROUGH CMS INSURANCE

 
Tutoring Services: Receive 12 tutoring sessions to aid in removing educational barriers; Up to 2 hours of tutoring time per session. 

WellCare website link:  https://www.wellcare.com/en/Florida/Members/Medicaid-Plans/CMS/Additional-Benefits-T19



  • 2023-2024 ESE Parent Survey
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    The 2023-2024 ESE Parent Survey opened on March 1, 2024, and will close on June 30, 2024. The survey can be completed on the web or mobile phone by visiting Survey Link

    .ESE Parent Survey paper based version (English) (PDF)

    Survey results are reported to OSEP as part of Florida’s Annual Performance Report State Performance Plan/Annual Performance Report (SPP/APR). Information about response rate and “met standard” for each district can be found in the local educational agency

    (LEA)

     profiles. For further information regarding the LEA APR's and to view these reports, please visit the Program Accountability, Assessment, and Data Systems webpage.

     


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Please remember that no backpack is allowed on campus. As a Title I school, we provide in-school supplies to the students.

Thank you!


Fake threat
Fake Threat Real Consequences
02/05/2019
Making a fake threat of violence is a criminal act that can land you in prison. It doesn't matter if you say it, text it, write it, snap it or post it on social media, students who make threats can face serious consequences. Even if it was meant to be a joke, calling in a fake threat of violence is a state crime in Florida, as well as a federal crime.
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District News

District Wins - June 28, 2024
District Wins - June 28, 2024
07/28/2024
It appears that our students from Lehigh Acres Middle School had an incredible day at their Summer STEM Camp. Find out what these brilliant little minds created, along with other delightful moments in the very latest edition of District Wins!
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District Wins - June 21, 2024
District Wins - June 21, 2024
06/21/2024
School may be out, but there's still wins to share. Congratulations to Elizabeth Brum, our 2024 Licensed Mental Health Professional of the Year. Enjoy this heart touching story and other remarkable moments that we'd like to share in the newest episode of District Wins!
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District Wins - June 14, 2024
District Wins - June 14, 2024
06/14/2024
School may be out, but there's still wins to share! There was an emotional moment at Harns Marsh Middle School, as one of their staff members was just named as the 2024 School Social Worker of the Year.
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School Board Members attend School Board and Superintendent Conference
School Board Members attend School Board and Superintendent Conference
06/13/2024
Five Board members recently joined more than 375 school board members, superintendents, and education leaders at the Florida School Board Association/Florida Association of District School Superintendents Annual Summer Conference for three days of leadership development, networking, and training.
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Dunbar High School Students Win Microsoft State Championships
Dunbar High School Students Win Microsoft State Championships
06/12/2024
The School District of Lee County is proud to announce Dunbar High School’s legacy of Microsoft champions continues with three more students earning state championships. Candace (Harley) Papol in Microsoft Word 465, Damon Rangel in Microsoft PowerPoint 365, and Jonathan Lara in Microsoft Excel 365.
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Little Wave Program
Little Wave Program
06/11/2024
“Little Wave" is a unique program at Fort Myers High School that gives hands-on experience for students with aspirations to work with children upon graduation!
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Student Athlete of the Month: Mia Lane (May 2024)
Student Athlete of the Month: Mia Lane (May 2024)
06/10/2024
North Fort Myers High junior Mia Lane shines on the softball diamond by hitting home runs, getting on base, and being a respected leader on the team. She carries that same discipline at the plate to her studies.
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