Florida Kid Care
Through Florida KidCare, the state of Florida offers health insurance for children from birth through age 18, even if one or both parents are working.Please click on the link to read more. Florida KidCare
We have an open access library where students are invited to come anytime during the day and explore our shelves in a positive, relaxed atmosphere. Students can find books by favorite authors, pursue special interests or learn more about classroom subjects. Our objective is to encourage a love of reading and the joy of finding the perfect book.
The Related Arts program at Pinewood encompasses Physical Education, Computers, Music, Art, Science and Library.Please see the schedule for each Grade below. The schedules are listed by the teacher's last name.
Legend:P- Physical Education
C- Computer Lab
L- Library/Media Center
CafeteriaThe Mission of the Food and Nutritional Services Department of the Martin County School District, in partnership with family and community, will provide appealing and nutritionally-sound meals to students and staff, along with nutrition education, while operating in a cost effective manner, with excellence as a standard.
Online Payment Site. Student ID is required for Registration
For more information please visit the Martin County School District Food and Nutritional Services.
Nutrislice provides information on calories, fat, fiber, protein and sodium content, as well as allergy alerts.
Health Inspection Report
Click here to read the Health Inspection report
The children in Extended Day are provided a variety of "hands-on" experiences with numerous choices made available to them. Activities include but are not limited to:
- Homework Club
- Drama and Imaginative Play
- Music and Dance
- Communication Skills
- Home, Community & Self Awareness
- Science and Health Activities
- Creative Arts & Crafts
- Field Trips
- Sports and Outdoor Recreation
Click here to access Extended Day Program details.
The school health program is here to protect and promote the health status of students in our school. It is to supplement not replace parent responsibility and encourage parental awareness of students’ health status, discover and prevent health problems and encourage utilization of physicians, dentists and community health services.
Message from Cheryl Kennedy:
I am here to provide assistance in evaluating present or potential health problems to assure that a student’s learning potential will not be lessened by physical or mental health obstacles. Providing the essential liaison between the health and educational needs of pupils with chronic illness, handicaps, psychological problems and contagious disease are among the major responsibilities I have as the school health assistant. My goal is to assist pupils who become ill or injured at school and to get the student back to class as soon as possible to receive the maximum benefit from their educational experience. It is not my intent to diagnose a problem, but rather to screen for potential health problems and to refer the students and parents to the appropriate resources.
My other responsibilities are:
Assist and/or conduct routine vision, hearing, height and weight for BMIAdminister student medications in accordance with the Physician and MCSDProvide comfort measures/first aid to students with minor illnessNotify parent and administration if student appears acutely ill or injuredImplement policy on exclusion and readmission of students in regard to communicable diseaseMaintain confidentiality at all timesMaintain CPR, AED , First Aid and EPI-pen administrationParticipates in school safety procedures and programs
Hours: 7:00- 3:30.
Phone: 219-1595 ext. 106
Home School Liaison"As a Home/School Liaison I offer support to the families, teachers, and community in their effort to achieve educational excellence and bridge the gap between home, school, and community. I will also help convey information regarding School and/or District activities to the families of our school. If additional referrals to other agencies are necessary, I will be glad to assist you. As a Home/School Liaison I aim to encourage open communication with our parents, families, and community.Suggestions and ideas are always welcome, we want to make Pinewood the best it can be and also to help our students to attain their goals, academic and personal. " - Home School LiaisonPBIS
Pinewood Elementary is a Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) school!We have four school-wide expectations at Pinewood.
We expect staff and students to be
SAFE, and POSITIVE.
Students earn tokens, called Paw Prints, when "caught" displaying these expectations. Paw Prints can be redeemed for participation in our school-wide quarterly events. In addition, students can use Paw Prints to purchase items from our PBIS store.
PBIS is a family affair! We need your help. You can encourage your child to talk about what's happening with PBIS at home. You can also help us by encouraging your child to display our expectations in your home and in the community.
Want to help further? We are always looking for parent volunteers to help at our quarterly events and in our store. We are also seeking donations of gently used items to stock our store and monetary donations to support our events and our expansion within the school. Please keep in touch with Pinewood's PBIS process. Watch for more information, evening events, and fun to come!
The Guidance Office is available to meet the needs of each student! We have a dedicated and knowledgeable staff here that is ready and willing to help!
Our staff consists of Mrs. Vanessa Muto and Mr. Tom McSoley.
Throughout the school year, Ms. Muto (School Counselor) will be going into the classrooms to teach lessons based on Character Counts! The pillars of Character Counts! include Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Caring, Fairness, and Citizenship. We encourage you to discuss these topics at home as well.
Through the collaboration with teachers, parents, and students, we look forward an excellent and fulfilling school year!
Parent Resource Center
3400 SE Lionel Terrace
772-221-4080 Ext. 180
The Department of Title I, Migrant & ELL Services Stuart Parent Resource Center is an educational resource center for families. Families can check out educational games, DVDs, and learning activities. Every time you visit the Center, your child will receive a free book! The Parent Resource Center also offers educational workshops for parents. It is very important that you call the Parent Resource Center if you would like to attend a training, not only to reserve a seat but also to confirm the date, as at times we need to make a “date change” for a workshop. This is an amazing place and it is highly recommended you visit it.
Walk in Hours and Phone Number 772- 772-221-4080
Monday through Wednesday 10:00 -4:00 PM Thursday 10:00-5:00 PM Friday By Appointment
Stuart Parent Workshop Trainings at the Parent Resource Center
Date: Topic: Time:
November 8th Hope Sound Elementary –Reading Workshop 6:00-8:00 PM
November 15th Math Workshop 9:30-11:00 AM
November 19th Sed Saber #3 9:30-11:00 AM
December 6th Reading Workshop 9:30-11:00 AM
December 12th Sed Saber #4 9:30-11:00 AM
January 11th FCAT (Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test) 9:30-11:00 AM
January 24th Sed Saber #5 9:30-11:00 AM