Welcome

Principal:
Mrs. Lynn Edward

School Times:
7:55 a.m. - 2:10 p.m.
Lee County School District Calendars

Alva Elementary School Photo


 

The Alva School

Middle Level Activity Bus Schedule

Buses are for middle school student grades 6-8 who are participating in after school sports or activities.

Bus 1369

 

 

1

5:22 PM

FIRST ST AL & RAILROAD AVE

2

5:48 PM

LEHIGH ELEMENTARY BUS RAMP

3

5:52 PM

G WEAVER HIPPS ELEM & TAYLOR LN

4

5:56 PM

ARTHUR AVE IN FRONT OF LEHIGH ACRES MIDDLE

5

6:10 PM

VETERANS PARK ELEMENTARY

6

6:17 PM

CHARWOOD AVE S & MIRROR LAKES ELEMENTARY

7

6:32 PM

EAST LEE COUNTY HIGH

 

Bus

950

 

 

1

5:28 PM

RIVERDALE DAY CARE

2

5:44 PM

SAMVILLE RD & WILLIAMS RD – BAYSHORE ELEMENTARY

3

6:09 PM

UNICE AVE N & HARNS MARSH ELEMENTARY BUS RAMP

4

6:14 PM

SUNSHINE ELEMENTARY BUS RAMP

5

6:30 PM

LEHIGH SENIOR HIGH

6

6:41 PM

COMMERCE LAKES DR & GATEWAY ELEMENTARY

7

6:53 PM

TREELINE AVE & TREELINE ELEMENTARY

 






We are proud to announce that Alva Elementary School is a
PBS (Positive Behavior School) Model School!!!

Alva Elementary PBS Powerpoint Presentation
PBS Expectations and Rules



 



Technology Club


Solar Energy





Mechatronics




Microcontrollers and Infrared Sensors




Programming (math, angles, measurements, etc)





RF Technology





Programmable Tactical games

and more!!!!




High School Graduation Requirements

Graduation requirements were substantially increased by the Florida Legislature in 2010, and these changes have been phased-in over a period of years.  These graduation requirements include passing FCAT 2.0, FCAT Writing, and required end-of course (EOC) exams. 

In addition to these graduation changes, promotion to the 4th grade and to graduate from high school is contingent upon a student achieving a certain score on FCAT.

Students entering 9th grade may choose from one of five options to earn a standard high school diploma:

¨ A four year, 24-credit program

¨ An International Baccalaureate (IB) Program

¨ An Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) curriculum

¨ A three year, 18-credit college preparatory program

¨ A three-year, 18-credit career preparatory program

Those students entering 9th grade in 2015-2016 or after and graduating on time in 2018-2019 or after will have to meet the following requirements regardless of which diploma option they choose.  This includes students in elementary school at this time as well as sixth graders:

¨ Pass the 10th grade FCAT 2.0 Reading or receive a concordant score on SAT, ACT or PERT

¨ Pass the Algebra I EOC to receive course credit

¨ Pass the Geometry EOC to receive course credit

¨ Pass the Biology EOC to receive course credit

¨ Earn credit for an Algebra II course

¨ Pass one of the following:

* Physics or equivalent+ from the State approved list

* Chemistry or equivalent+ from the State approved list

* AND pass ONE equally rigorous Science Course from State approved list

+=  Please note that choosing equivalent MAY effect eligibility for Bright Future Scholarships

¨ Pass US History EOC tor receive course credit

¨ Virtual course requirement:  Students must earn a minimum of  0.5 credits via a virtual course.

¨ Take a remediation course during their senior year if PERT results from their junior year are below the required threshold

¨ Please note:  There is also a middle school promotion requirement for these students of passing a Civics EOC to receive credit.



MONTHLY NEWSLETTERS
 
School Board Policy for Student Attendance Grades PreK-12

The SPAR & AYP Report—NCLB School Accountability Report—for Alva Elementary is in. This report is kept on file in the main office of the school and is made available to anyone wishing to review the report. Stop by and ask to see and read the report. Our office staff will be glad to assist you. You may also view it at the DOE website:

http://doeweb-prd.doe.state.fl.us/eds/nclbspar/index.cfm

Fourth Grade Holiday Photo

The School Board of Lee County, Florida

Mary Fischer, M.A., District 1, Chairman
Jeanne S. Dozier, Member, District 2, Vice Chairman

Jane E. Kuckel, Ph.D., Member, District 3
Don H. Armstrong, Member, District 4
Thomas Scott, District 5

Dr. Joseph P. Burke, Ed. D., Superintendent

www.leeschools.net

The School Board of Lee County, Florida, prohibits discrimination on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national origin, marital status, religion, or sexual orientation.