Welcome to Our Website
This website is designed to provide information, support communication, and give first time visitors a glimpse of what makes Cleveland Court such an outstanding school. Our school enjoys wonderful parental and community involvement, allowing us to provide numerous enrichment opportunities. Cleveland Court Elementary School has provided Excellence in Education since 1947. Thank you for taking a moment to learn more about our school.
About Our School
Cleveland Court Elementary School was built in 1927 to serve area children of the Cleveland Heights subdivision. Our country, however, was in an economic depression at this time. The school opened for one semester, but due to low enrollment the school closed and was subsequently used as a Works Project Administration (WPA) facility. Later, it was used to build, assemble, and paint Patrol Torpedo (PT) boats during World War II. Finally, in 1947 Cleveland Court opened as a school for neighborhood children. Since 1947, Cleveland Court has had a reputation for high quality education and has grown and expanded to meet the needs of all the children it serves.
The MyPolkSchools Parent Portal allows parents to check current grades, obtain immunization status, learn if their child had any recorded discipline or attendance issues throughout the day, check their child’s current lunch account balance, and even see what their child purchased in the lunchroom.
Click here for information about summer learning at Polk County Public Schools.
Pre-registration for Kindergarten for the upcoming school year is now open. Instructions can be found here.
We’re a Five Star School!
Cleveland Court has received the Five Star School Award. This award was created by the Commissioner’s Community Involvement Council and is presented annually to those schools that have shown evidence of exemplary community involvement. In order to earn Five Star School recognition, a school must show documentation that it has achieved 100 percent of the established criteria in five categories. Schools must also earn a grade of “C” or above, or school improvement rating of “maintaining or improving” for the year of nomination.