School
  • Welcome to Celebration K-8 School, the home of the PRIDE!

    Office Hours:

    Monday - Friday
    8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    • Celebration K-8 New Start/End Times for the 2020-2021 Academic Year •

    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
    9:20 a.m. - 4:20 p.m.
    Wednesday
    9:20 a.m. - 3:20 a.m.

    If you need to report an absence, please call the attendance office 321-939-6603.

    Dress Code Clarifications
    Dress Code information can be found in the SDOC Code of Student Conduct or by clicking below for the uniform policy. In addition to SDOC district shirt colors (navy, blue or white), CK8 students may wear Hunter Green or Gold shirts.

     In compliance with SDOC policy, students are permitted to wear a Celebration K-8 sponsored spirit shirt on Fridays. 
    Uniform Policy 2018-2019

    FOCUS - Parents/Students are able to use FOCUS to view grades and attendance.
    Parents, if you need help setting up an account, click here.

    Remind

    Remind is one of the communication tools used at Celebration K-8. If you would like to receive text messages from our school, click on the link below to signed up.
    Celebration K-8 Remind

    Celebration K-8 Social Media Accounts
    In addition to Remind, follow us on Facebook (@CelebrationK8), Instagram (@CelebrationK8), and Twitter (@CelebrationK8).

    Visitors
    All visitors to the campus must get a visitor's pass from the office before entering the student areas of the building. 

    Extended Learning Program/Before the Bell
    SDOC provides before and after school childcare from students in grades K - 5. If you are interested, please visit the SDOC website or click here.

    PTA
    Get involved and make a difference in the education and needs of the school. Join one of the best PTAs in the state, if not the nation. 
    Celebration K-8 PTA

    School Advisory Council (SAC)
    Get involved in the team that assist in the preparation and evaluation of the results of the school improvement plan and assist the principal with the annual school budget. To see our SAC minutes, please click here

  •  Celebration School opened in 1996 as a K-12 school. The Town Hall building at 851 Celebration Avenue was the first location.  In 1997, the current campus opened and there have been two building additions since.  When Celebration High School opened in 2003, Celebration School became a K-8 school.  The two schools have different attendance zones. In 2010, a renovation project was initiated to equalize classroom space and add technology tools for instruction.

    Celebration School is ranked #2 of all traditional K – 8 and middle schools in the State of Florida based on overall scores calculated for school grades. Awarded an A ranking by the Department of Education for nearly two decades Celebration K - 8 continues to innovate and inspire all learners. We are consistently recognized for supporting students’ access to rigorous instruction that allows them to reach their greatest potential. The Florida Department of Education has also recognized Celebration K - 8 as a 5-Star School. This recognition is given for collaboration with community stakeholders and for welcoming volunteers into our school. Our community involvement truly makes us a community school!

    We are proud of our students and teachers as they strive for academic excellence.  Parents participate in every aspect of our program and a talented P.T.A. provides leadership in multiple activities.  A School Advisory Committee (SAC) helps guide school improvement.  Parents are encouraged to join both PTA and SAC, the first meetings are usually in September. Many business partners assist in our goal of excellence for all students.  We enjoy celebrating our students’ achievements.  If your business would like to partner with us, please let us know.

    Please join our school family and come to activities and meetings. Parents are our students’ first teachers and we are looking forward to a positive partnership assisting in the education of each child. We ask parents to be diligent in attending to academic progress and to let us know when questions or concerns come up. GO PRIDE!

     

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