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Principal's message
Principal Scott Knoebel 

October 2017

Dear Parents,

During the month of October we will be focusing on Habit 2 which revolves around clearly defining your vision and purpose at school, at home, and in life. It deals with defining outcomes before we act and clarifying what is most important to you. Habit 2 provides us with direction and a clear definition of results by deciding on the criteria of what is or is not important to get the improved results and outcomes that we desire.  

Students can identify with Habit 2 by planning ahead and setting goals. Students will be utilizing Leadership Notebooks this school year to develop learning goals and track their progress. We want our students to truly know how they are performing each day at school through recording and reviewing their own data. Leadership Notebooks will also assist with students understanding that they are doing things that have meaning and make a difference. They will be able to understand that they are an important part of their classroom and contribute to the school's mission and vision.  


Scott P. Knoebel

Scott P. Knoebel 

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Osceola School District Celebrating
Kindness Month
On February 24, 2017 several staff members from NCES shared kindness with members of the community as they dropped off their children to school.  As they held up signs with inspirational messages, parents and drivers going by the school honked their horns, waved back, gave them a "thumbs up", and said thank you for starting their day out on a positive note.  A huge thank you to all of the Narcoossee Elementary staff for continuing to spread and share random acts of kindness.  Let's keep this going and spread kindness through our district and community.
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   Hispanic Heritage Month
Through the 2017 Hispanic Heritage Month contests, three students in grades 4-12 will earn a 4-Year Florida Prepaid College Scholarship and two K-3 students will earn cash prizes. Additionally, three educators will be honored with the Hispanic Heritage Month Excellence in Education Award. The art and essay contests are centered around the theme,"A Recognition of the Role of Hispanic-Americans in Shaping Florida Today."  The deadline for all submissions is 5:00 p.m. Eastern Saturday, September 30, 2017. More information about Florida’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebration and contests is available online at www.FloridaHispanicHeritage.com.

Please take a moment to complete this survey about The Leader in Me implementation at our Narcoossee Elementary.  This survey is geared towards improving leadership, culture, and academics at our school.  It will help us identify our strengths and weaknesses, develop goal-oriented action plans, and monitor progress toward school improvement.  Thank you.

Student Survey (Only 4th and 5th Grade Students)
Parent Survey (All NCES Parents)

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The Leader in Me @ Home

Evelyn Bauknight & Ilyana Drumgo
Evelyn Bauknight & Ilyana Drumgo

Narcoossee Elementary is extremely proud of Evelyn Bauknight and Ilyana Drumgo. Evie earned a perfect score on the FSA English Language Arts exam, and Ilyana earned a perfect score on the FSA Mathematics exam. Congratulations and keep up the hard work!


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Ricky Booth – School Board Member – District 5

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