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Sabal Palm Elementary School embodies its purpose, vision and mission by building strong parental partnerships, maintaining communication with all stakeholders, and continuously raising expectations for students, teachers and staff. The driving force of all decision-making at Sabal Palm Elementary School is based on student success. All of the ancillary content evolves around the school's most important resource: Students.
With our strategically data-driven curriculum coupled with elevated expectations for our learners, the entire school community believes that Sabal Palm Elementary School will soar to higher heights.
As the first nine weeks comes to a close, Assistant Superintendent Gillian Gregory led a presentation in front of the Leon County School Board, providing members with updates after using the new hybrid learning model. This video features excerpts from the presentation, which featured feedback from nine teachers selected from throughout the district.
A native of Nairobi-Kenya, and a longtime teacher at Kate Sullivan Elementary School, Mr. Amon Rwito is multi-lingual—literally and figuratively—since he is fluent in five languages. He also strives to inspire a love for curiosity and discovery through the language of his favorite subject—science. Mr. Rwito is equally skilled in the written word and is a published author of a children’s book. His multi-cultural, multi-subject-matter approach allows for an “exchange of ideas and knowledge with my students. It’s important to want to learn from one another. I learn from my students more than I think I teach them.” #ThankATeacher
6:00 PM School Board Business Meeting
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM District Advisory Council Meeting