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    Home of the Wildcats! 


    Since 1988, our school has been servicing students and families in the city of Palm Harbor, Florida. 

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    Please check out our Administrator's video from Open House night with lots of important information for your child and family here at Lake St. George Elementary!

    Click on this youtube link..... Open House Video

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    Safety Advisory for Parents

    In the afternoon of Monday, August 21, 2017 Pinellas County will experience a partial solar eclipse. A partial solar eclipse is when the moon transverses in between the Earth and the sun. The partial solar eclipse will begin at 1:17 p.m. and last until 4:13 p.m. with a maximum coverage being reached at 2:49 p.m.

    Observing the sun can be dangerous to the eyes if proper precautions are not taken.

    To minimize the likelihood that students will look directly at the sun and risk damaging their eyes we are asking that before Monday, August 21, 2017: ALL PARENTS speak to their children about the eclipse, the dangers of looking directly at the sun, and the potential damage this can cause to their eyes. In the interest of safety, Pinellas County Schools is highly recommending that students, faculty, and staff view the eclipse virtually through a live broadcasted feed provided by NASA.

    We are also asking parents to use an abundance of caution while driving during the time of the eclipse, and to be especially careful in the parent pickup area at school to avoid distracted drivers, students and pedestrians. Regular dismissal will not be affected.

    Here is a link to a Scientific American informational article “Science Says Why We Can’t Look at the Sun” by Rachael Rettner (Copyright 2017 Live Science) on the risks when looking directly at the sun.

    Thank you for your support. If you have questions, please contact your child’s school.

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    August 11, 2017
    Governor Rick Scott and First Lady Ann Scott Invite K-12 Students to Participate in2017 Hispanic Heritage Month Contests
    ~ Student winners will earn a four-year Florida College Plan scholarship ~
    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, Governor Rick Scott and First Lady Ann Scott announced the 2017 Hispanic Heritage Month contests for students and educators. Florida K-12 students are invited to participate in the essay and art contests. Parents, students, teachers and principals are also invited to nominate full-time, outstanding educators for the Hispanic Heritage Month Excellence in Education Award.
    Governor Rick Scott said, “Hispanic Heritage Month contests give students an opportunity to win a four-year Florida College Plan scholarship while learning about the influential Hispanic Floridians who have shaped our state’s history. I encourage all of Florida’s students to participate.”
    First Lady Ann Scott said, “I am proud to join Floridians across the state in celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month. This is an exciting opportunity to recognize the many influential Hispanic Floridians in our state and throughout its history. I am also honored to highlight the work of the enormously gifted Carmen Sasieta, our 2017 Hispanic Heritage Month featured artist. I am so impressed with the students’ enthusiasm at the schools I visit and I look forward to seeing this year’s contest entries.”
    John D. Rood, Florida Prepaid College Foundation Board Chairman said, "We are so pleased to have the opportunity to award the gift of education through these Hispanic Heritage Month awards. Our Florida College Plans are a great option for any student. More students are earning their degrees at one of our 28 state colleges, so we hope these scholarships pave the way for the academic success of these students.”
    Cynthia F. O’Connell, Director of the Florida Prepaid College Foundation said, “This Foundation looks forward to awarding the winners of these initiatives. These essay and art contests are a wonderful illustration of our commitment to working with partners like Volunteer Florida and the Governor’s Office to find and support Florida’s next generation of talent.”
    The theme for this year’s essay and art contests is “A Recognition of the Role of Hispanic-Americans in Shaping Florida Today.” Students are asked to share how Hispanic Floridians have impacted our state’s history and cultureMore information about the contests and Florida’s Hispanic Heritage Month is available at 
    This year’s Hispanic Heritage Month featured artist is Carmen Sasieta.
    About the Student Contests
    Art Contest for Grades K-3: The Hispanic Heritage Month art contest is open to all Florida students in grades K-3, and two winners will be selected.
    Essay Contest for Grades 4-12: The Hispanic Heritage Month essay contest is open to all Florida students in grades 4through 12. Three winners will be selected: one elementary school student (grades 4-5), one middle school student (grades 6-8), and one high school student (grades 9-12). Winners will receive four-year Florida College Planscholarship provided by the Florida Prepaid College Foundation.
    About the Excellence in Education Award
    Governor Scott’s annual Hispanic Heritage Month Excellence in Education Award Contest is open to all full-time educators in an elementary, middle or high school in Florida. Three winners will be selected: one elementary school (grades K-5) teacher, one middle school (grades 6-8) teacher and one high school (grades 9-12) teacher.
    All entry forms and guidelines for the contests, as well as additional information about Florida’s Hispanic Heritage Month and other related events, can be found at
    Contest Entries and Nominations
    Student contest forms and educator nomination forms must be mailed to Volunteer Florida or submitted online  Please mail your forms to:
    Volunteer Florida
    3800 Esplanade Way
    Suite 180
    Tallahassee, FL 32311
    All entries must be mailed to Volunteer Florida or submitted online and received by 5:00 p.m. September 12, 2017.
    For additional information about Florida’s Hispanic Heritage, contests and other related events, please
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    Welcome back to our "A" School for the

    2017-2018 school year! 


    We are excited to start the year and looking forward to another great one.  In order for that to happen, we have some information to share with all of you. 

    First, class lists will be posted on the windows in front of our school on Friday, August 4th at 3:00. Please remember that all class lists are temporary until the 10-day count. You can come then or any time over the weekend to peek at the lists and see who your child received as a teacher. 

    Our Meet and Greet your teacher event has changed from the past. It will only be held for our PreK and Kindergarten students on Monday, August 7th from 1:00-3:00pm. Unfortunately, our other grade level teachers will not be available.   

    Grade level supply lists are located in the resources section of our school website or click this link.... Grade Level Supply Lists

    The first day of school is Thursday, August 10th.  We can't wait to open the doors!  

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