Mission Statement

We the students, parents and staff of Sterling Park Elementary commit ourselves to the dream of excellence. We strive to provide opportunities for each child to develop as a responsible, resourceful, contributing member of society who faces life tasks of work, play and friendship with courage and commitment. 

Contact Us

Sterling Park Elementary School
905 Eagle Circle South
Casselberry, FL 32707

Main - 407-746-8250
Clinic - 407-746-8206
Attendance - 407-746-8253
Extended Day - 407-746-8268

Principal - Dumarie Rodriguez-Dillard

Assistant Principal - Debbie Jose

Guidance Counselor - Fallon Crosby

Sterling Park Climate Survey

Dear Parents,

n 1991 the Florida Legislature passed the Education Accountability Law.  The intent of this legislation was to provide parents, educators and community leaders’ greater opportunity to participate in the development of improvement plans for schools. In order to determine our present status, we are asking all parents to complete a School Climate Survey.  The twenty-five questions on this survey deal with issues that educational research shows to be characteristic of effective schools.  The results will report our parents’ general level of satisfaction and/or concern.

This year, we will once again utilize an online electronic survey. The survey window is now available and will be open from January 26th – February 27th

You may access the survey through our school website, Skyward Family Access or as follows:

Parent Survey in English
: www.surveymonkey.com/s/ESParentclimatesurvey2015
Parent Survey in Spanish: www.surveymonkey.com/s/ESParentSpanish2015

To access the survey on the SCPS website: go to the District website at  www.scps.k12.fl.us the District website, click on PARENTS in the top, horizontal menu, then click on the CLIMATE SURVEY link in the left menu of the Parents page.  A fly-out menu will display for the user to select the English or Spanish version of the Elementary, Middle, or High Parent survey. 

If you need access or technical support completing the survey, please visit your school campus and there will be online access available.  In addition, paper copies of the survey are also available by request from each school. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at 407-746-8200.

Thank you ,
Dumarie Rodriguez-Dillard, Principal
Sterling Park Elementary

Sterling Park is adopting an Eagle!!

Our Tech Masters Lego Robotics team competed in a regional competition on January 31 in Merritt Island. As part of their research project on bald eagles, the team collected money to adopt a group of eagles under our school's name. Sterling Park donated over $300 in the two days we collected money. This money will be split between the Audubon Society Birds of Prey Center in Maitland and Central Florida Zoo. We will also have a plank engraved with our school's name on it near the eagle aviary at the Zoo. Thank you for your generous support!

Congratulations Sterling Park Lego Robotics!

Congratulations to Sterling Park's Lego Robotics Teams. The teams are made up of 4th and 5th Grade students and all three teams competed at the Spartan Challenge Qualifying tournament on Saturday, December 6 at Milwee Middle School.  

There were 12 teams at the tournament from several different schools around Seminole County and Central Florida and all three of Sterling Park's teams took home a trophy. The Mindstorm Masters team won a trophy for the best robot design, the Superduders team won for best Rookie Team and the Tech Masters team won for the best teamwork.

In addition to the trophy the Tech Masters team placed in the Top 3 of the Tournament and therefor were awarded a bid to the Regional Tournament at the end of January. This is the first time that Sterling Park has ever made it to the Regionals so that is very exciting. Each and every one of the students have worked very hard over the past few months and we are all proud of their hard work and accomplishments. Good luck at Regionals, Tech Masters!!

Sterling Park Eagle Eye News is the best in Florida

Sterling Park Elementary School’s “Eagle Eye News” was recently awarded First Place in the state of Florida for Grades 3-5 News Show. The recognition was given by the Jim Harbin Media Festival sponsored by the Florida Association for Media in Education. The 20 students involved are now in sixth grade. During their time on the news crew, they acquired skills including public speaking, audio and video "mixing", graphic design on two different software programs, camera operation, management and direction.

Each morning, 5th grade students produce a 5-7 minute news program that highlights events on campus. The students report on the weather, share the lunch menu and a joke of the day. Other important announcements include after school club activities or events. Congratulations to those students who produced the award-winning show under the direction of Ms. Wells, Media Specialist. Special thanks to Mr. Lloyd, Educational Technology Facilitator, for his technical support.