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Principal's message
Principal Scott Knoebel 

October 2019

  • 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 utilize Leadership Notebooks 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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Multicultural Education Department
English  --  Spanish  --  Haitian-Creole

Footsteps2Brilliance is a mobile tech platform that uses the latest in cognitive research to aid early learning development. The interactive app digitally links home and the school, allowing children to have a curriculum-based Pre-K education anywhere. Every child in Osceola County has access to Footsteps2Brilliance!

NCES Monthly Newsletter
Bear Cub Chronicle

Click on the picture of the newspaper above to read the latest edition of the Bear Cub Chronicle. Open the hyperlinks for further information on important subjects!

May Student Newsletter
Click on the LEAD picture above to read the latest edition of the NCES Student Newsletter!
 Yankee Candle Fundraiser
Group # 990022792

We're partnering with Yankee Candle® Fundraising to help achieve our goal this year. They are the world's #1 candle brand and they offer a wide range of premium candles, fragrances, and décor items at a very wide range of prices. But the most important thing to know is that a percentage of every sale goes to us!
To help support us, click on the link below and order items online. Your purchases ship directly to your home and our group receives profit on each and every sale. This promotion is good through Wednesday, January 8, 2020.

Parent's Night Out Flyer_________________________________________________
FortifyFL Suspicious Activity Reporting App 
FortifyFL-A Suspicious Activity Reporting App

FortifyFL is a suspicious activity reporting tool that allows you to instantly relay information to appropriate law enforcement agencies and school officials.
Please join us Monday, September 9th for the School Advisory Council meeting at 5:30 for the discussion of the School Improvement Plan.
2018-19 NCES Yearbook
The 2018-19 NCES Yearbook is now available for sale in the front office!
Hardcover: $18
Softcover: $15
Cash or check only, first come first serve!
Mini Billboard Visitor Parking Sign Flyer
Visitor Parking Signs Advertising Opportunity
Rena Avant, Business Partner Coordinator


Kindergarten & Voluntary
Pre-Kindergarten (VPK)
Registration Information

 2019-2020 Printable NCES School Supply Lists
Kindergarten registration is now available. All other grade level registrations will begin after June 3rd.

TLIM Kids Teach the 7 Habits Video Link

Click on the picture above to view a video of kids teaching the & Habits!

Cafeteria Corner


In accordance with the new state law, the NCES cafeteria will no longer be able to add money to a student’s lunch account without written permission from a parent or guardian. Prepaid money will need to in an envelope labeled with the student’s name, teacher and student ID number. The envelope must contain a note written by the student’s parent or guardian giving permission for the change to be added to the student’s account. If the envelope does not contain a note, the change will be returned to the student.

Breakfast is FREE for all students. Lunch is $2.40 per day. Visit www.myschoolbucks.com to set up an account to deposit lunch money online.

For questions please contact cafeteria manager:

Donna Kelley

407-498-0309 from 7 am-2:30 pm




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Ricky Booth – School Board Member – District 5
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