Elementary schools in Miami, Florida include Coral Park Elementary School, Kendale Elementary School, Palmetto Elementary School and Pinecrest Elementary School. Some others are Sunset Elementary School, Calusa Elementary School, Frederick Douglass Elementary School and Ethel Koger Beckham Elementary School.
Coral Reef Elementary School is a public school that has over 800 students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade. As of 2015, over 80 percent of the students at the school are considered proficient in math and/or reading according to state standards.
Palmetto Elementary is another public school, and it has over 600 students up to fifth grade. The proficiency of its students is over 75 percent in math and/or reading according to state standards.
Calusa Elementary School strives to provide students with sensitivity, awareness and an understanding of cultural diversity. It uses an interdisciplinary approach to instruction that includes a global perspective. It encourages communication between students, teachers and parents. The district office has a Parent Portal, which enables parents to keep track of children's attendance and grades.
Frederick Douglass Elementary School aims to provide an environment where students can acquire fundamental skills, knowledge and values to better function in a global society. They also strive to create a culture of professionalism among staff with self-assessment and professional reflection.
Some private elementary schools in Miami are Kingdom Academy, with over 200 students, La Scuola, with over 150 students, and Temple Beth Am Day School, with over 350 students.