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Office:  (407) 746-3150 
Cafeteria:   (407) 746-3152
Clinic:    (407) 746-3106
Guidance:  (407) 746-3102
Extended Day:  (407) 746-3167
Media Center:  (407) 746-3176

Mission Statement

The mission of the Seminole County Public Schools is to ensure that all students acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to be productive citizens.

Principal
Marjorie Adamczyk

Assistant Principal
Jeff Fose

5 Star Award

Golden School Award

Computer Coding at Our School


 

Wekiva Elementary 2nd grade students are writing lines of code this year and are participating in the hour of code.

We have written 21,573 lines of code this semester!

During the 2015-16 school year coding will be taught in all of our kindergarten classes and part of an overall initiative in Seminole County.  Our kindergarten teachers attended training this summer to learn how to teach coding to these young students.  Our teachers are excited about bringing this program to our school.  The following article appeared in the Orlando Sentinel:

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/features/education/os-seminole-teachers-training-b-jpg-20150809-photo.html

Newly Approved 2015-16 SCPS Calendar



Parents:  Seminole County Public Schools students will begin school on August 17, 2015.  Please click here for the newly approved calendar dates for the 2015-16 school year.

Welcome to Wekiva

Wekiva Elementary is a special place where teachers, staff and students can laugh, grow and learn together.  Visitors to our school note the positive energy when they walk through our doorways.  Our parents generously volunteer their time to work with students and support the school by raising money for various projects that help to improve our school.  It is truly a community effort.

Wekiva Elementary was built in 1978 and is located in the heart of the Wekiva subdivision, a golf community of 1500 homes with winding bike paths, two small lakes, three parks, tennis courts, and nature trails. Wekiwa is a Creek Indian word that means “spring of water”. Wekiwa Springs is the head water of the Wekiva River. Wekiva means “flowing water”.

Wekiva fully supports the SCPS philosophy of the “Three A’s”: Academics, Arts, and Athletics. We are proud to be ranked an A+ school for the 14th year in a row! On the FCAT, Wekiva scores above the district and state averages on “mean scale score” and “percent of students at or above grade level” in the following categories: 3rd grade FCAT Reading and 3rd grade FCAT math; 4th grade FCAT Reading and 4th Grade FCAT math; 5th grade FCAT Reading, FCAT Math, FCAT Science. In addition to outstanding academics, Wekiva also sponsors many clubs and activities. To support athletics, Wekiva offers a strong Physical Education program, based upon educating our students on healthy life-styles, sportsmanship, and overall personal health. We also offer WOW Time (Work Out Wekiva) on non-PE days and we are proud to sponsor a competitive K-5 Cross Country Team.


Upcoming Events

August 13
Kindergarten Meet the Teacher 6-7pm
Meet in multipurpose Room

August 14
PreK - 5: Meet the Teacher
10am - 12 noon

September 1
Curriculum Night
Grade 1 & ASD 5:30 - 6:30PM - Meet in Media Center
Grade 2: 6:00 - 7:00 PM - Meet in Media Center
Grade 3: 6:30 - 7:30PM - Go directly to classroom

September 3
Curriculum Night
Grade 4: 6:00 - 7:00PM - Go directly to classroom
Grade 5: 6:30 - 7:30Pm - Go directly to classroom









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School Hours

Office Hours:   7:30 am - 4:00 pm
 First Bell:  8:35 am
 Late Bell:  8:40 am
 Dismissal:  3:05 pm
 Early Dismissal   
Wednesdays
  2:05 pm

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