• [ALERT]First Day of School is Monday, August 14, 2017 and Orientation is Friday, Aug.11 from 1:30-3:00pm

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APES NEWS AND UPDATES

  • Registration for Kindergarten:

    Items needed include:

    • 2 proofs of residency
    • Certified copy of birth certificate
    • physical (within a year-after 8-15-16)
    • Proof of immunization
    • Social Security Number (requested)

    Please call the front office if you have questions. Call 850-488-4673


     

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  • BACK TO SCHOOL

    2017-18 Orientation

    Friday, August 11th

    1:30-3:00 pm

    Bring your child to meet their teacher.  Classrooms will not be open until 1:30 pm

    Orientation will end promptly 3 pm

     


     

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  • Faces From First Day: Apalachee Video

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  • Our Mission 

     
    The mission of Astoria Park is based on the worth and dignity of the individual child. Our school strives to create a quality and caring learning environment that fosters a positive self-image while preparing the student to become a responsible, self-motivated, independent, and contributing citizen in an ever-changing world.

Say No to Bullying

  • School is challenging enough without bullies! I challenge the students and staff of Astoria Park Elementary to Take a Stand and Lend a Hand to STOMP OUT BULLYING!
     

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