Dr. Carrie D. Robinson Littleton Elementary
The School District of Lee County, Florida


Monica Broughton, Principal
Robert Cooper, Assistant Principal
 
 
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Welcome To Our School's Website


Please look around our site and see what our school has to offer your child.


2013-2014 School Hours

School Hours are from 7:55 a.m. - 2:10 p.m.


Message from the Principal

Thank you for visiting our website. Dr. Carrie D. Robinson Littleton Elementary is a super place for students to learn, as well as, a great place for teachers to teach. We have an exceptional group of teachers, paraprofessionals, office, cafeteria, and custodial staff who are dedicated to ensuring Robinson-Littleton is a safe and happy place in which students enjoy learning. Our goal is to create an atmosphere where children develop a lifelong love of learning and experience the joys of achievement and accomplishment.

It is indeed a pleasure for me to work with our students, faculty, staff, parents, and community. Great things are happening at Robinson-Littleton! I invite you to come and visit our school.


PBS School-Wide Expectations

Dr. Carrie D. Robinson Littleton Elementary is a Positive Behavior Support (PBS) School.  The goal of the program is to stop undesirable student behavior by teaching new behaviors, changing the environment, and rewarding appropriate behaviors.  It is a preventative and positive approach to assist students in working towards appropriate self-management.

Our school-wide expectations focus around the word STAR.

  S - Stay Safe

  T - To Be Prepared

  A - Active Learner

  R - Respectful


Back 2 School - Bus Routes

Please follow the steps below to find your child's bus route for the 2013-14 school year.

1.  Click HERE which will take you to the MapNet page
2.  On the MapNet page, you can access bus routes by:
a.  Entering your street number
b.  Use the Pull-Down menu to select your street name or start typing the name of your street in the box
c.  In the box of school names, scroll through and click on the name(s) of the schools needed
(you can select multiple schools by holding the “CTRL” button as you click on the various school names)
    **  If you don’t want to choose a specific school, choose the “All Schools” choice at the top of the list
d.  Click the “SUBMIT” button
    **  The list of schools will then appear with the bus route information, which includes bus number, school, bus stop location
and time of pick up/drop off.

The interactive database not only works from a computer, but it works from smart phones as well (both iPhone and Android platforms.)

If you have trouble accessing your child's bus route, then please call the school for assistance.

Thanks for your help and understanding as we transition to this new way of accessing school bus routes.


Upcoming Events

April is 5th Grade Lunch Month
Come and have lunch with your child anytime this month !

April 14th-17th -
FCAT Testing for grades 3-5
April 25th & April 28th -
FCAT Science 5th grade only
April 28th - Interim Report Day
April 30th - Pre-K, Kindergarten & 1st Grade Field Day


Internet Safety

The Internet is an increasingly important place for children to learn, work and play.
But it also presents challenges for parents, teens and younger children, especially considering the anonymity
that masks users.
You can help your child avoid inappropriate sites and encounters with predators, hackers and others who
would exploit children and their personal information by establishing rules for Internet use,
and making sure the rules are enforced.


General Tips For Parents:

  • Learn everything you can about the Internet. Have your children show you the sites they visit, learn chat room lingo and
        acronyms that chatters use (like POS for Parent Over Shoulder; more examples are included on this page). Know what other
        Internet functionality your child may have access to like instant messaging, chat, e-mail and other text messaging.

         
    Visit www.cybertipline.com for a quick lesson.
  • Establish approved Internet time and territory. Make it clear to children what sites they can and cannot visit, what hours they
        may use the Internet, and with whom they may communicate.
  • Keep the computer in a common area of the home, such as a living room or family room, where adults can easily monitor
        online activity.

  • Discuss the importance of telling you or a trusted adult if something ever makes your child or teen feel scared, uncomfortable
        or confused while online.

  • Consider safeguarding options like site blocking, filtering and monitoring. Enter these keywords into any search engine to
        learn more about software and browser settings that can help you control where children and teens go online. Know how to
        set parental controls and check the browser's history files.

  • Show your children how to turn off the monitor when something makes them feel scared, uncomfortable or confused.
  • Make sure you are aware of any other places your child may be using the Internet, such as a friend's house or the library.
  • Talk to your children about what personal information is and why they should never give it out.


    Title I

    Dr. Carrie D. Robinson Littleton is a Title I School. Click here to learn about the school's Title I program and about our performance in regards to AYP and Florida School Grading.


    School Public Accountability Report (SPAR)

    Robinson Littleton’s 2012-2013 School Public Accountability Report (SPAR) is available
    for review in the school office or by clicking
    HERE.


                                                                                                                                                                                                  
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     700 Hutto Rd • North Fort Myers, FL 33903 • Phone (239) 995-3800 • Fax (239) 995-6551