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Join us at Pinellas County Schools Parent University, a free event that supports the education of students in grades K-12. PCS Parent University will be held 8-11:30 a.m. Saturday, October 29, at Countryside High School in Clearwater. The morning will be filled with a variety of workshops designed for parents to include academic and support programs, effective strategies that families can use to help their student succeed, and ways to advocate for students. Parents will also have the opportunity to speak directly with district staff about their concerns. Learn more at

     School hours are 8:35-3:05.  Students may be dropped off no earlier than 8:05 in order to eat breakfast.  Ponce de Leon does not have a uniform policy, but all students are expected to follow the District’s dress code policy.

Pinellas County Schools is working with the CDC, Florida Department of Health and Pinellas County Mosquito Control to educate students and families about the Zika virus and tips for mosquito control.   To find out more information, please click here.

Parents, each year Ponce de Leon develops a comprehensive PARENT INVOLVEMENT PLAN.  This plan focuses on ways that Ponce de Leon Families can be engaged in curriculum based activities throughout the year.  Click PIP PLAN to view this year's plan.

Promise Time Extended Learning Program is a great time to catch up, keep up and get ahead with small group tutoring in reading and math, digital learning with i-Ready®, and enrichment clubs for students K-5th grade. Join the Fun! Please contact Mrs. Ku for further information at 588-3573.




     Welcome to Ponce de Leon Elementary.  Ponce de Leon students will have the opportunity this year to check out a computer for home use.  Beyond the Classroom is a districtwide initiative that will expand digital learning and extended learning opportunities for our students.  This program will provide our students with free access to several online educational resources that will motivate them to read more and help them to improve their skills in many subjects, including language arts, science and math.  This program is aimed at giving students at Title I schools equal access to the technology they need to be successful.  If you would like to participate in this program, please call the front office at 588-3573. 



    Homework Helpline

     Pinellas County Schools Homework Helpline, (727) 547-7223, offers free homework help for students in grades 1-12.  The Homework Helpline is staffed by teachers certified in math, science, language arts and social studies.  Help is available from 5 to 8 p.m., Monday through Thursday, on all school days, except when there is no school the following day.


    Financial Report

     The Annual School Financial Report has been posted to the district website.  If you would like to see this report, please click on the following link.

    Annual School Financial Report