Norman S. Edelcup/Sunny Isles Beach K-8

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Norman S. Edelcup/Sunny Isles Beach K-8
Sunny Isles Beach K-8 School.JPG
Address
201 182 Drive
Sunny Isles Beach, Florida 33160
United States
Coordinates 25°56′41″N 80°07′23″W / 25.94479°N 80.12314°W / 25.94479; -80.12314Coordinates: 25°56′41″N 80°07′23″W / 25.94479°N 80.12314°W / 25.94479; -80.12314
Information
School type Public, K-8 school
Established 2008
School district Miami-Dade County Public Schools
Principal Adam Kosnitzky
Faculty 120 (approximate)
Enrollment 1890
Color(s)      Red
     Blue
Mascot Seahawk
Website

Norman S. Edelcup/Sunny Isles Beach K-8 Center is part of the Miami-Dade County School District. It educates students from kindergarten through 8th grade from all of Sunny Isles Beach, Eastern Shores, and Golden Beach.

The school opened in 2008. It was planned to relieve class sizes in Ruth K. Broad Bay Harbor Elementary School, Ojus Elementary School, and Highland Oaks Middle School.

Change of name[edit]

The school has changed its name to Norman S. Edelcup/Sunny Isles Beach K-8, but still goes by its original name.

The school opened in August 2008.[1] The name change was first proposed in February 2011. It was originally called Sunny Isles Beach Community School. It is the first school established in Sunny Isles Beach.[2]

Architecture[edit]

The building was designed by SBLM Architects.

Hours[edit]

  • Grades K-1: 8:20 a.m. - 1:50 p.m.
  • Grades 2-8: 8:35 a.m. - 3:05 p.m.
  • Grades 2-8: 8:35 a.m. - 1:50 p.m. (Wednesday)

Mission[edit]

Working as a team, students, parents, staff, and the community of Norman S. Edelcup/Sunny Isles Beach K-8 will improve student achievement and develop lifelong learners who respect themselves and others. In a safe, supportive environment, students will experience reading, writing, mathematics, science, and technology. Norman S. Edelcup/Sunny Isles Beach K-8 will enrich the community and will be enriched by the community. As a result, students will understand the importance of becoming active citizens.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Us." Norman S. Edelcup/Sunny Isles Beach K-8. Retrieved on May 6, 2012.
  2. ^ Duque, Pamela. "Sunny Isles Beach school could be re-named after mayor." The Miami Herald. February 14, 2011. Retrieved on May 6, 2012.

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