Our Mission

Heights Elementary IB World School is dedicated to developing balanced, lifelong learners through educational excellence, a global perspective, reflection and action.

Our Vision

To Be A World Class School

Our PBIS Mission Statement

We strive to be a school that models positive behaviors which develop the child and social skills.  We have a common culture and language which supports student growth and high expectations to empower our students to become well-rounded global citizens through teaching and recognizing positive behavior. 



The School District is proud to announce 40 schools have been chosen as PBIS Model Schools by the Florida Department of Education PBIS Project. PBIS refers to Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support, which encompasses research-based strategies used to increase quality of life and decrease problem behavior by teaching new skills and making changes in a person's environment.

Schools can be awarded one of four levels – Bronze, Silver, Gold, or Platinum.


Heights Happenings



 Getting Ready For Kindergarten


Kindergarten Supply List


VISITORS : All campus visitors will need to show their ID at the door and also to receive a visitor pass.  Based on the School District of Lee County safety procedures, we are ONLY allowed to accept physical forms of ID when you show up on campus.  Unfortunately, we are unable to accept picture IDs on a cell phone or from the Florida Real ID website.  Thank you for your understanding and helping to keep our campus safe.


  Remember To Order Your 2023-2024 Heights Yearbook



Yearbook price is $25

School code: 716775

You can now follow Heights on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Twitter: @HeightsIB

Facebook: Heights Elementary

Instagram: heightselementary


 New liveschools house system - which house is your student in? 

The goal of positive behavior support is to create an environment that enhances the growth of ALL of our students. As a school, we are always looking for new and engaging ways to help teach kindness, positivity, and teamwork. The PBIS “House” system will foster a deeper opportunity for our students to develop and exhibit each of these character traits. Our new House system will go live on the first day of the 2023-2024 school year! Each student (and staff member) will be randomly assigned to a LiveSchool “house”. Our houses will be led by teachers and staff members throughout our school campus. Each time students earn individual points; it will add to their collective house point total. Each month we will get to celebrate the house that has earned the most points (for showing positive behaviors and exhibiting their PAWS expectations, of course!) Each “house” will have a designated color and character word. We can’t wait to unveil these to our families at Open House. These color houses will bring about camaraderie, competition, and SO MUCH FUN for every student and staff member in our school! Below you can see the shields for each of our 8 houses. Your child will find out what house they belong to at Meet Your Teacher Open House (Aug.7th) and will have the option to purchase a house t-shirt for $10 (Cash or check only). Each month there will be designated “color house days” in which students will wear their color house shirts. We can’t wait to see the fun, healthy completion and positive behaviors shining.



Heights IB News 

Mission Of the International Baccalaureate Program

The International Baccalaureate® aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.

To this end the organization works with schools, governments and international organizations to develop challenging programmes of international education and rigorous assessment.

These programmes encourage students across the world to become active, compassionate and lifelong learners who understand that other people, with their differences, can also be right.

Find out more about the Heights IB PYP Program by clicking the IB Site link below. 

IB Site 


 Supply Lists

Click the link below for the classroom supply lists


2023-2024 Supply Lists CLICK HERE 


Create Your Focus Parent Portal Account

Go to Where it says "Attention Parents", click "Create a Focus Parent Portal Account." You must register with an email address that you have on file with Heights Elementary. 

IMPORTANT: If you are receiving the error message "The student you requested could not be found", this most likely means your child's social security number is not on file with the district. Simply leave the box for the Last 4 Digits of Social Security Number blank, and as long as all other information is accurate, you will be able to continue with registration.

Once registration is complete, please allow time for an administrator to verify your account.

To add additional children to your Focus Parent Portal account, go to the Focus login page and select "Click here to add a child to an existing Focus Parent Portal account".  

If having password issues, click the link that says “Click here if you forgot your Focus Parent Portal password”, under the Attention Parents section.

For a comprehensive, step-by-step guide, please click this link.

Para una guía más completa en español, haga clic aquí.


School Messenger


The Lee County School District is using a new communication platform.  School Messenger Communicate is the new tool for parents to receive updates via phone calls and text messaging; this has replaced Parentlink
To sign up for your free account and download the app, visit
Or, download the School Messenger app to your Android or Apple smartphone by searching in the app store.

Note: you need to sign up with an email address registered to Heights Elementary.
Once you have an account, you can set your communication preferences for calls and emails.

You may also opt-in by texting subscribeoptin, or yes to 67587.

For more information, click here.

**Parentlink is no longer operational.  Use your Focus Parent Portal account to access grades and attendance**

District News

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Lehigh Senior High SAVE Promise Club Making a Difference
Lehigh Senior High SAVE Promise Club Making a Difference
Posted on 05/16/2024
Students across Lee County are taking the lead to make their schools safe by joining a Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) Promise Club. SAVE ...
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