Welcome to Our Website!
Welcome to the Lena Vista Elementary website! We are proud to be an award-winning school that uses research-based curriculum and an experienced, professional staff to achieve rigor, relevance, and results.
Remember to send only healthy snacks to school with students.
Examples of healthy snacks are fruit, vegetables, cereal and crackers.
Please do not send candy, chips, takis or cookies.
School shirts may be purchased in the front office. Shirts are $6 for youth sizes and $7 for adult sizes. Solid collared shirts may also be worn in our school colors of hunter green, navy blue and white. Students may wear khaki or jean material shorts, pants or skirts.
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Parent Portal- Parents can view their student’s information from a computer with internet access. The MyPolkSchools Parent Portal allows parents to check up on their child’s grades, learn if their child had any or attendance issues during the school day, check their child current lunch account balance, and even see what their child ordered for lunch! Click here to view or sign up!
Explanation of State and District Test Scores
State Assessment: Students throughout the state of Florida are required to participate in state standardized testing. Students in grades 3, 4, and 5 will take the Florida Standards Assessments. Grades 3, 4, and 5 will take FSA ELA Reading and Math Assessments, the FSA ELA Writing Test is assessed in grades 4 and 5, and NGSSS Science is assessed in grade 5. Students taking the FSA will respond to items in multiple ways, including creating graphs, writing short responses, and using other interactive features. The various question types are designed to assess higher-order thinking skills. Training tests are now available for students and parents to become familiar with the new testing system. The training tests can be accessed here.
Information for Parents
There will be no school from December 21st to January 3rd for the Winter holidays.
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