"Creating 21st Century Learners"

15000 SW 92nd Avenue
Miami, Florida 33176
305-235-6621/305-253-1445 fax

Established in 1960
Lucille L.Frazier, Founder
Margery Amerling, Administrator

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VPS Parents!
Please be advised that due to the extreme rainy conditions our walkways are very slippery. We cannot repaint the surfaces with traction paint until conditions permit.
Please be sure to walk on the grass adjacent to the walkways during wet conditions for your continued safety.
We are supervising that all students are walking and safely traveling throughout our campus!

Thanks for your support!
Margery Amerling
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Newspaper Article About Our School!
Newspaper Article About Our School!
Celebrating Lucille's 96th Birthday! WOW!
Carla Lombardo, 5th grade student at Village Pines was crowned Miss Florida Jr. Pre-Teen 2015!
Congratulations We are proud of YOU!

Readers Make Leaders

Please help 5th grade student, Carla Lombardo, Miss Florida Jr. Pre-teen raise 1,000 books!  These books should be gently used or new, from kindergarten to 12 years old.  They will be sorted and given to the Tiny Kingdom, Little Kingdom, and the Enfamilia educational centers in Homestead.

These are all centers that are all funded through the Children’s Trust, and are available to low income families, especially migrant farm workers. Please help us reach our goal.
These children are greatly in need; we can help give them the tools to read and become leaders.

Please turn them into your classroom teacher!
Dear VPS Parents and Teachers

The Village Pines PTO is sponsoring a toy drive on behalf of the Mystic Force Foundation (http://www.mysticforcefoundation.com) that will benefit hospitalized children who are fighting cancer.

We are asking each VPS family to consider donating at least one unwrapped, new toy. There are no age requirements, as sadly, these little cancer fighters range from several months old to early adulthood. So any kind of toy will find a happy home with a child who is in desperate need of some holiday cheer.

Beginning next week, we will have a collection box in the office. Please consider donating at least one toy to children who must spend weeks--including the holidays--in the hospital. We will be collecting the toys until Thursday, December 17.

Your generosity will bring a child some much-needed joy, and we thank you in advance for your help!

Kind regards,