Important Information

  • School Hours

    • 8:30 am-2:50 pm
    • Morning supervision available starting at 7:45 am
    • Afternoon supervision available until 3:20 pm

    Contact Numbers

    Front Office: (850) 488-0923
    Fax Number: (850) 487-2416
    Extended Day: (850) 487-2397


    If your child will be absent from school due to illness please contact the front office as soon as possible.  Please also remember to get school excuses any time you take your child to any type of medical appointment.  Please email or fill out this form:

    Transportation Changes

    Email transportation changes to

     *Emails must be received by 2:15pm



    PikMyKId will be active starting November 3rd, the beginning of the second nine weeks.

    Please download the app and register.  For information visit:


    Digital Academy Help Request:

    For Help with Digital Academy, please fill out the Help Request Form by clicking the image below.


    ROES DA Tech Help

    Or email 



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    We are very excited that our annual Book Fair is about to begin! Even though health and safety precautions will mean it will look a little different this year, we are sure it will still be a fun event for our children. To comply with safety procedures, your child will only be able to shop during their media center special area time. Your teacher will send a reminder the day before your child’s shopping day.

    Cash and checks made payable to Roberts Elementary will be accepted. If you prefer to help your child with book selections, you are invited to go to our Scholastic Book Fair web page and enjoy shopping online.

    Thank you for your support of our book fair! Please contact Erma Sever,, with any questions.

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  • ROES Testing Dates

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  • Orientation and Tour Dates

    Email Kim Kennett at with any registration questions.

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  • PBJ PLZ! is now in its 5th year!

    Together WCTV and Leon County Schools have collected nearly 23 tons of peanut butter and jelly and when COVID-19 forced the drive online last year, the community rallied and raised more than $66,000 for Second Harvest of the Big Bend to buy PBJ and other kid-friendly foods.

    PBJ PLZ! is entirely virtual again this year.  It kicks off April 2nd - National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day! - and wraps up April 30th.   A district wide school kick off is scheduled for Tuesday, April 6th.  


    Feel free to click on the QR codes below - or log on to // - thank you so much for considering a donation to help hungry children and their families in our community! 

    pbj plz

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  • Kim McFarland Announced as Principal of the Month!

    Kim McFarland

    View it here

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  • In Loving Memory

    The link below is the video we shared at the celebration created by our very own Kelly Manu!  Even if you didn’t know Kris you will get a sense for who she was and how she impacted those around her.



    Natalie Colon, one of our parents, has created a GoFund me page for a statue of a dog to be placed on the Pre-K/Kindergarten playground. Please visit the link below if you would like to contribute to her memorial:

    Mrs. Kris' Memorial Fund


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  • Transportation Changes

    Parents, There has been some confusion with Pikmykid app and some of you have accidentally changed the primary mode of transportation rather than making a daily change.  Below are directions for a single day change:

    Log in to the Pikmykid app

    select the pencil icon in the top right corner

    select the edit button to the right of the child’s name

    select the blue OK button

    select desired date on the calendar

    select your option to either:

                   change pickup mode

                   delegate to another person

                   after-school program

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  • ESE Parent Survey

    The Florida Department of Education is working with school districts to gather information on how well parents think their child's school is partnering with parents of students with disabilities, and would like to include your input. Your responses will help guide efforts to improve services and results for children and families. This survey is for parents of students with individual educational plans (IEP) receiving special education services during the 2020-21 school year. All information provided will remain confidential.

    The survey window opens on February 1, 2021 and closes on May 31, 2021.

    Click the following link to access the survey:


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  • PikMyKid Now Active!



    NEW dismissal procedures -- PikMyKid app

    In our ongoing efforts to enhance your child’s safety and simplify dismissal… We have implemented PikMyKid. Using this new way of dismissal allows the parent to "annouce" their arrival in the afternoon. The student will see the announcement and head to parent pick up from their classroom. 

    Parent Video

    Parent App User Guide-English

    As always if you have any questions, contact me directly at



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  • 2020-2021 School Supply List

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Roberts WRES Morning News via Livestream

Around the District

  • Inside The Classroom (R.Frank Nims Pre Law)

    R. Frank Nims Pre Law Magnet students are learning about legal defense tactics. Take a virtual seat in Ms. Catherine Young's classroom and listen to the discussion.

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  • Leon County School Board Meeting (Replay)

    Miss the Leon County School Board Meeting? Catch the replay on our YouTube Channel. (Original broadcast date April 13, 2021

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  • Leon County School Board Meeting (Replay)

    Miss the Leon County School Board Meeting? Catch the replay on our YouTube channel (Original broadcast date: March 23, 2021)

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  • LCS Painter PhotoBomb Turns Into Interview πŸŽ₯

    Painter AUSTIN SMITH loves to see the 'before & after'. Thank you to all the hardworking men and women at LCS Maintenance Department. We appreciate everything you do to take care of our District. πŸ™‚

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Say No to Bullying

  • October is Bullying Prevention Month. Please review the following resources to familiarize yourself with what Leon County Schools is doing to prevent bullying, and talk to your child about saying no to bullying.  Reports can be made anonymously.

    LCS Bullying Policy

    LCS Bullying Reporting Form


    Roberts Bullying Investigations Contact: 

    Arecia Shelton-Martin, Ph. D.


  • FortifyFL is a suspicious activity reporting tool that allows you to instantly relay information to appropriate law enforcement agencies and school officials.

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