What are some facts about Broward County elementary schools?


Quick Answer

The Broward County Public School system of elementary schools provides basic education to children in Broward County, Florida. Elementary and other schools in the county are under the authority of a school board, which includes a School Board Chair and School Board Members who come from the system's various districts.

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Elementary schools in the Broward County School District include Beachside Montessori Village in Hollywood, Atlantic West in Margate, Boulevard Heights in Hollywood, Banyan in Sunrise and Bayview in Fort Lauderdale. Additional elementary institutions include the Colbert Museum Magnet in Hollywood, Country Hills in Coral Springs and Croissant Park in Fort Lauderdale. The Broward County School District website has a directory of elementary schools that provide links to individual school websites, when applicable. The website also provides a list of the grades for all elementary schools over a 10-year period.

The website also features a student resources page with information on the Code of Student Conduct, a calendar for the district and the district's attendance policy.

The Broward County School District also runs the Broward Virtual School, which offers an online education platform for elementary, middle and high school students. Home school students of certain grade levels can apply for the program as well.

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