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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


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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

Cadets Honor Life, Legacy of JROTC Instructor in Amazing Way
Cadets Honor Life, Legacy of JROTC Instructor in Amazing Way
11/11/2020
Faced with the sudden loss of their beloved JROTC instructor, Sgt. John Lyons, cadets and students at Mariner High School showed how they are a family who look after their own.
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Principal, staff shave heads to fight cancer
Principal, staff shave heads to fight cancer
11/02/2020
Harns Marsh Middle shows us how schools can come together as a family.
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Lee Home Connect - A Sibling Success Story
Lee Home Connect - A Sibling Success Story
10/29/2020
Three Cape Coral siblings are thriving in the School District's 'Lee Home Connect' educational model.
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District Earns Certificate of Achievement for  Excellence in Financial Reporting
District Earns Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting
10/27/2020
The District has been awarded Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting. The Certificate of Achievement is the highest form of recognition in the area of governmental accounting and financial reporting.
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The School District and United Way - There For You
The School District and United Way - There For You
10/27/2020
A year ago, three Franklin Park Elementary siblings tragically lost their mother. Needing help, their grandmother turned to United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades, and Okeechobee Counties. The response was unforgettable.
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Band Members Districtwide Receive Musician Masks
Band Members Districtwide Receive Musician Masks
10/22/2020
All middle and high school band members across the School District of Lee County are now able to play music and continue to wear masks. Donations from Cape Coral Elks Lodge 2596 and Suncoast Credit Union helped the District buy 3,300 musician masks.
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Yamaha Supports Mariner High School Outboard Marine Program
Yamaha Supports Mariner High School Outboard Marine Program
10/02/2020
Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. has recently donated a F4LMHA engine to the Outboard Marine Services Technology Academy at Mariner High School. The value of the engine is $1,300. Yamaha has been in partnership with Mariner High School since the program’s inception in 2017.
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