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657 N. Center St.
Pierson, FL 32180
(386) 740-0850

    ​Dear Parents:

    Some teachers in our school are participating in a research study conducted by Florida State University to better understand how a professional learning program for teachers called Cognitively Guided Instruction impacts mathematics teaching and learning. You have the right to have your child’s information withheld from the study if you do not wish to participate. Please review the parental notification letter here for more information about the study.  Your support of research on mathematics instruction and professional development is greatly appreciated.​notification

    Please take a look at the​ Pedestria​n Safety Protocols!​

    ​​​​​Title I 2020-21SY

    Parent Student Teacher Compact/ Compacto de Padre Estudiante y Maestro

    Parent & Fa​mily Engagement Plan​​

    Student Improvement Plan 2020-21SY


    ​​​​School Sup​ply List 2021-2022​

    Kindergarten Supply List SY2021-22​​​

    School Uniforms 2020-2021

    Dress Code Flyer​ 2020-21SY

    (School Spiri​t Shirts may be purchased in the main office!)

    ​Pierson Parent Climate Survey

    Parent Climate Survey

    Florida KidsCare Information

    Information about signing up for no-cost or low-cost health insurance for your children can be found by clicking on the link below:

    Website Newsletter Flyer Kidcare

    Website Newsletter Flyer Spanish kidcare

    Attendance and Tardy Policy Information

    Regular school attendance is critical for student success. The loss of 10 minutes of academic instructional time each day due to being tardy or checked out of school early multiplied by 180 school days equals 30 hours of lost instruction each school year. Please make every effort for your child to be in school every day.

    Early check-outs should be limited to emergencies to limit the loss of student academic instructional time. Student dismissal time is 2:30 PM each day and 1:30 PM on Early Release days.


    The tardy bell rings at 7:50 AM for students to proceed to class. All students not in the classroom at 7:50 a.m. will be marked "TARDY" and will need a Tardy Pass before proceeding to class. Please be aware that according to District Attendance Policies, 5 tardies equal 1 unexcused absence.

    The office staff and district support personnel monitor school attendance, tardies and check outs, and will contact you if there is a concern.

    Changes in the Way Your Child Usually Goes Home


    If a change must be made in the way your child usually goes home, be sure to notify the teacher in writing. Please avoid calling the school to leave messages for your child unless it is an emergency. It interferes with the flow of instruction when we have to interrupt to deliver messages.

    Bus Transportation

    ALL Pierson Elementary students are eligible for school bus ridership. Stops within the same route may be changed for emergency reasons if pre-approved by the principal.

    Checking Out Students During School Hours

    If a student must leave school before the end of the school day, his/her parent/guardian must go to the office to sign him/her out. Identification is required. NO CHECKOUTS AFTER 2PM.​


    Please contact Silvia Denova (ext. 22304) in the front office for login information to access the Parent Portal. Parent Portal is a medium for parents to monitor student attendance, assignment completion, and grades, as well as, schedule conferences and communicate with your child's teacher.

    Free and Reduced Lunch

    Students need healthy meals to learn. Good nutrition is essential for academic success. Your children may qualify for free or reduced lunch if your family income falls within federal guidelines. Please stop in the front office for a Free / Reduced Meal Application, or see the link at right to complete the form online.

    Pierson Wellness Plan

    Click the link to view the ​Pierson Elementary Wellness Plan 2018-2019

    PTA Officers (2020-21​SY)

    President - Melissa Tidwell

    Vice President - Jennifer Robinson

    2nd Vice President - Ruthie Daily

    Secretary - Kelly Greenlund

    Treasurer - Maria Quinonez

    Extended ​Day Enrichment

    Pierson Elementary provides a quality after-school day care program. This enrichment program is available five days a week through the Volusia County Schools Extended Day Enrichment program. The hours are: 2:30 p.m.- 5:45 p.m. The program offers supervised enrichment programs, homework monitoring, exploration of fine and performing arts, technology, recreational activities, as well as development of friendships and leisure time skills. We also have Free and Reduced Tuition for those who qualify.

    A snack is served each day.


    Weekly tuition

    $40 afternoon only

    The price for siblings is a few dollars less per week.

    There also is a required $25 registration fee which covers insurance.

    Our program facilitator Ms. Kelly Green, can be reached at (386) 740-0850, ext. 22341 for additional information regarding the Extended Day Program, during program hours, or call the main office for assistance.

    Parent Resources

    Florida Dept. of Education -

    US Dept. of Education -

    Ask for Kids -

    Education Place -

    Stories Online -

    Kids Numbers (Math) -

    Parent Information Center -

    Scholastic Place -

    Sites for Parents -

    PIRC -

    Zearn Math

    Full-time Virtual Instructions

    Families interested in full-time virtual instruction for the school year should visit See the letter below for full details on enrollment dates and options for students.

    Virtual Instruction Policy




    504/PST Contacts

          Lisa Rice​

    Testing Tips for Parents

    1. Don't be too anxious about your child's test scores.
    2. Do encourage your child.
    3. Do praise your child for the things s/he does well.
    4. Do make sure your child attends school regularly.
    5. Do make sure your child gets 8-10 hours of sleep a night.
    6. Don't judge your child because of one test score.
    7. Do read with your child as often as possible.