***Per FL DOE directive, all MCPS schools are closed March 16-April 15.
All EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES during this same time period are cancelled. ***
MCPS announces "hybrid" work schedule starting March 30. Click here for more details.
"GRAB & GO" free meal service - click this link for delivery sites and approximate times. To suggest additional service sites, call 352.671.7050 (7AM-4PM, M-F; wait time could be lengthy).
SUPPLEMENTAL STUDENT LEARNING RESOURCES are available while classes are suspended.
MCPS actively works daily with the Florida Department of Health, the Florida Department of Education, and Marion County Emergency Management to remain current on COVID-19 / Coronavirus details. The most accurate updates are available at www.FloridaHealth.gov and www.CDC.gov.
FLDOH Marion County Coronavirus Hotline: 352.644.2590
Our primary goals are to keep our schools safe, stop the spread, and educate our community. For more information regarding our COVID-19 / Coronavirus actions, click here.
Our mission is to create an environment where all children, regardless of differences, will be able to succeed academically, physically, and emotionally to their maximum ability.
The Dunnellon Elementary School community is committed to providing a safe, stimulating, and challenging learning environment that meets the needs of all students.
Dunnellon Elementary School is located in rural southwestern Marion County near the scenic Rainbow River. Once the students leave Dunnellon Elementary, most are assigned to Dunnellon Middle School and then go on to Dunnellon High School.
The Dunnellon Elementary School family is very proud of our academic growth. Dunnellon Elementary School has shown continued improvement over the past several years.
For the 2016 - 2017 school year, we have approximately 600 students in grades Pre-K through fifth grade attending Dunnellon Elementary. We have 37 K-5 classrooms, two Title 1 Pre-K handicap classrooms, two Varying Exceptionalities (VE) classrooms, and two ESE teachers servicing ESE students utilizing an inclusion model. Our average class size in K - 2 is 18 students, and we average 22 students in 3rd – 5th grade classes.
Dunnellon Elementary School is starting its twenty-fifth year as a Title 1 School. Funds from the program are used to purchase faculty and staff positions, staff development activities, technology equipment, student materials, and parent involvement activities.
School Day - 7:45 AM - 2:05 PM
First Bell - 7:40 AM
Tardy (Late) Bell - 7:45 AM
Breakfast is served - 7:20 - 7:40 AM
Teacher Day - 7:15 AM - 3:00 PM
Early Dismissal - 12:05 PM
Front Office Hours - 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM
BREAKFAST is FREE for all students
LUNCH is FREE for all students