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.
District Accreditation Process 2013-2014
Your Opinion Matters!
The School District of Lee County is beginning the rigorous process of renewing its District-wide accreditation status.
next several months, the District will participate in a comprehensive evaluation process that seeks to validate
the quality of
education in our schools, as well as identify areas of opportunity and growth.
Parental input plays an integral role in the evaluation of our District. The first step in initiating the accreditation
process is to
gather feedback from parents regarding the management of District resources and the state of the learning environment at the
The District has opened a survey that specifically seeks input from parents throughout our county.
The survey is confidential and
can be completed online at
The survey will also be available on the school
district’s web site at
Parents that do not have access to the Internet can request to take the survey
at the school via a computer or paper copy.
The survey has been extended and will remain open through
November 30, 2013 and the results of the survey will help to shape the educational
experience in The School District of Lee County.
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.
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
Please follow the steps below to find your child's bus route for the 2013-14 school year.
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.
December 12th - MWA Field Trip to Broadway Palm Dinner Theater
December 12th - 1st Grade Program and Olive Garden Dinner, 9:30am and 5:30pm
December 13th - 5th Grade Holiday Dance, 2:30-4pm (3rd, 4th, and 5th Grades only)
December 16th - Caroling at Winn Dixie, Littleton Chorus, 5:00-7:00pm
December 17th - Winter Concert, 8:45am and 6pm
December 18th-20th - Early Dismissal Days (School is dismissed at 12:10pm)
December 19th - Lariats and Lace Performance, 8:15am
December 23rd - January 6th - Winter Break ~ No School for Students
The Internet is an
increasingly important place for children to learn, work
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
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
Internet functionality your child may
have access to like instant messaging, chat, e-mail and
other text messaging.
for a quick lesson.
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
computer in a common area of the home, such as a living
room or family room, where adults can easily monitor
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.
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
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.
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.
Accountability Report (SPAR)
Robinson Littleton’s 2012-2013 School Public Accountability Report (SPAR)
for review in the school office or by clicking