Every CCE student will be prepared academically and socially through rigorous learning experiences to become successful lifelong learners.   

Mission Statement

CCE, in partnership with family and community, will provide a safe and supportive learning environment where students strive for excellence in all they do. 



Every hand, every heart, every mind: joined in learning, sharing in success, focusing on the future.


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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.

Parent Portal

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 to learn more.

Latest News


Parents, this year you can set up an online account on the Scholastic Book Fair website, where you can add money for your child to shop at school.  That way, you don’t have to send any money to school with your child, but he/she can still shop for new books.  You may also shop online using the link below.



Books A Million has chosen CCE as their recipient for this year’s Book Drive donations!  Please tell your friends and family that they can purchase books or donate money that will be used to purchase books during the month of August.  All donations will then come back to CCE students!

Equity & Diversity Update

Contact: Carol Wynn Green at (863)534-0781 ext. 570

School Supply Lists 2018-2019

Cleveland Court Elementary’s School Supply Lists for the 2018-2019 school year.

Climate Survey Results


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Woot Math Adaptive Practice is a proven approach to helping students master fractions and decimals. Hands-on manipulatives build conceptual understanding.


CHAMPS is a positive approach to classroom management that goes hand-in-hand with our PBS program.  CHAMPS is an acronym that stands for Conversation, Help, Activity, Movement, Participation, and Success.  Teachers use CHAMPS to teach their students the expected behaviors for all activities and transitions throughout the school day.  When students meet the CHAMPS expectations, they will be successful.  This approach to classroom management will increase student on-task behavior and establish respectful and civil interactions within the classroom and school-wide.


Positive Behavior Support

Schoolwide Expectations: Cougars Respect Everyone’s Rights

Show Cooperation

Show Respect

Show Excellence

Show Responsibility


Positive Behavior Support (PBS) is a proactive approach to providing the behavioral supports and social atmosphere needed for all students at CCE to achieve social, emotional, and academic success.  At CCE, students have the opportunity to earn 3 points a day for following the school expectations.  They can earn one point in the morning, one point at specials, and one point in the afternoon.  At the end of the month, if they have earned 90% of the points for the month, they will be allowed to participate in the PBS reward.  Students will have a PBS recording form in the front of their agenda to keep track of earned points.