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  • Welcome to Curlew Creek Elementary School

    2019-2020 School Year

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    3030 Curlew Rd.

    Palm Harbor,  FL  34684


    School Hours:  8:45-2:55

    Kathy Brickley:  Principal

    Sue Cehi:  Asst. Principal


    Digital Distribution:

    Tuesday, March 24th and Wednesday March 25th

    Grades PK, K, 1 & SVE: 8:30 to 10:30am
    Grades 4 & 5: 10:30am to 12:30
    Grades 2 & 3: 1:30pm to 3:30pm


    Important information for Digital Learning-Please click on the related links below


    School  Re-Opening April 15

    School Closure Info


      Please download this form, print and fill out prior to coming to receive your electronic device.  

    Electronic Device Sign-out Form


    Digital Learning Links and Instructions








    Please be mindful of the importance of your child being present for classroom instruction for the full day.  We cannot remove students from instruction unless you have an emergency, or a valid reason that you have prearranged with your child’s teacher. Your child is receiving a valuable education at our school and needs to be in school for a full day from 8:45 to 2:55. It is imperative that your child is in class on time, and stays through until dismissal at the end of the day. Thank you for your support as a partner in your child’s education.


    2019-2020 School Supply List


    Visit the PCS safety website for information regarding school safety:


    Here's a great site for Back to School information.




    This link will take you to Clothes to Kids, a local organization that can help with clothing for students in need.


     Can you help?  Click on the links below to donate to Clothes to Kids.

    Do you know a child?

    Donation Guidelines



  • Parents, here is a link for support in using Microsoft Teams.  

    Microsoft Teams Support

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  • Parents:  Please view this announcement from our School Counselor Dee James.

    She can be reached at for additional information.

    Extended School Closures Info.


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  • Take the 2020 Census:

    Ensure that schools and students receive the proper federal funding. This week, homes across the country will begin receiving invitations to complete the 2020 Census. You can respond online, by phone or by email. Pinellas County Schools receives federal funding for breakfast and lunch programs, after-school programs, special education, and the Head Start preschool program. We also receive funding to support students who are learning English and students who are experiencing poverty or homelessness. Any personal information you provide cannot be shared with anyone or any other federal agency. Please complete the Census. Counting all children is essential for our community and our schools to receive the proper amount of funding. Learn more at

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  • Complete the Spring Break Challenge!

    Click here for information

    Spring Break Challenge

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  • Exceptional Student Education annual parent survey is underway

    The Florida Department of Education has launched its annual Exceptional Student Education Parent Survey. Parents of students in Pre-K through 12th grade who receive special education services can share feedback about how well schools are promoting their involvement in their children’s education. Feedback helps the state and the school district improve educational services for children with special needs and their families. The survey is confidential, but Pinellas County Schools receives overall results and makes changes based on parent feedback. The survey is available at A paper copy of the survey will also be sent home with students. The survey is open through May 31.

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  • Parents:  You can access our Morning News Show from home! 

    Bookmark this link and check out our news show.

    CCN Morning News Show


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  • FOCUS TUTORIAL VIDEO: The district is pleased to share the link to the newly released FOCUS Student Information System (SIS) Video Tutorial for Families at

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  • Parents:  Ready Math Parent Guide is available here.  

    Parent Guide

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  • Attention Parents and Volunteers!!  Volunteer Registration is now online only.  Please use the link below to register to volunteer at your child's school.  We look forward to working with you!!

    Volunteer Registration

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  • Attendance Matters!  Check out this information to see how attendance can affect your child's learning.

    Attendance Matters

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  • Internet Safety is becoming a bigger and bigger concern in the digital world.  Here is a great site that teaches students and parents about what you can do to keep your child safe on the internet.


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  • Curlew Creek Elementary  requires that all food and beverages served, sold, and offered during the school day and extended school day meet Smart Snack's guidelines.  Click the link below to learn more about PInellas County's Healthy Schools Program.

    Healthy Schools/Smart Snacks

    You can learn more about the Nutrition information of Pinellas County Schools Lunch program by visitng or downloading the App.


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  • Interested in Joining SAC for the 19-20 School Year?  Download and fill out the SAC Interest Form here.

    SAC Interest Form

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  • Parents, you can learn more about the Personalized Learning Pathway for your child available through Clever here.

    Personalized Learning Pathway


    What’s my child’s Personalized Learning Platform (PLP)? In this platform students can monitor their assessment progress, set goals and connect to learning opportunities related to their data. They can also personalize with their hobbies, clubs, and achievements. Students can easily access their PLP through Clever. Follow these links to guide you


    Parent PLP video link:

    Parent Clever video link:

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  • Mentor


    Help a Child-Be A Mentor

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  • Florida Kid Care
    Through Florida KidCare, the state of Florida offers health insurance for children from birth through age 18, even if one or both parents are working. Please click on the link below for more information.
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