Pine Jog Elementary School

Educate. Affirm. Inspire.

  • Transition to Kindergarten Virtual Event 3/12/2024, 12pm - More Information

Important Items


  • Choice and Career and Technical Education (CTE)

    Families with students entering pre-kindergarten through grade 12 have the opportunity to choose from an array of Choice and Career and Technical Education (CTE) theme-based curricula offerings at the elementary, middle, and high school levels that provide innovative and rigorous academic instruction by specially trained teachers.

    Comments (-1)

About Us

  • Mission/ Vision

    The mission of Pine Jog Elementary is to develop a community of environmentally conscious learners who value and respect themselves, others and the world we share through integrating science, technology, nature, and art. This mission is accomplished through collaborative efforts with Pine Jog Environmental Education Center, Florida Atlantic University, and other community partners. We believe that every successful school is a community of learners and each member of the school community is a lifelong learner. Provide the school's vision statement. 

    The vision statement of Pine Jog Elementary School is that every child can learn and will leave our school with an understanding that they are part of a global community. We believe that it is our responsibility to ensure that children have all they need to learn; set high expectations for them, express an unwavering belief in them, and challenge them. Our students will be equipped with the habits of mind necessary to succeed in the future and have a strong sense of personal responsibility to take actions needed to sustain our planet.


Quick Links

      Pine Jog Calendar

      View Calendar

      SDPBC At a Glance

      • A High-Performing School District FL Department of Education
      • 94.1% Graduation Rate
      • 10th Largest District in the U.S.
      • 192 Countries Represented
      • 33 million meals School Food Service
      • 335 Choice & Career Programs
      • 167,560 Students in District-operated schools
      • 22,891 Total employees