July 30th – Deadline for Instructional Model Selection for parents

August 3rd – Deadline to register for Lee Virtual School District

TO BE ANNOUNCED - Open House (Face to Face for Kindergarten and virtual for grades 1st – 5th)

August 31st – First day of school for students

June 17th – Last day of school for students



If you received a yearbook for the 2019-2020 school year, we have noticed some things that need to be corrected.  We are making the changes now, as we want to provide the best possible yearbook we can and want you to be completely satisfied!

I apologize for this error.  A message will be sent out to all parents/guardians once we get the corrected yearbooks.

We thank you for your patience!

Valerie E. Sheckler, Principal


Rayma Families Below are Video Links to Help With Login For Our Students

Chromebook Login

Personal Computer Login

Personal Computer Launchpad Login


The School District of Lee County continues to monitor information regarding the new Coronavirus COVID-19.

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 District News

District Leadership Team - Message to New Teachers
District Leadership Team - Message to New Teachers
Posted on 08/03/2020
Teaching is an adventure like none other.. favorite part of the journey, valuable lessons learned, advice for new teachers and more! ...
Instructional Model Selection Results
Instructional Model Selection Results
Posted on 07/31/2020
Over the last two weeks, 77,012 students completed the form to choose their instructional model for the start of the 2020/2021 school year in August. ...

Mission Statement

The purpose of Rayma C. Page Elementary is to achieve excellence through setting high expectations and building a positive, safe environment that meets the needs of all learners.

About our school

We are excited to share information about our school named after Rayma C. Page, the first woman ever elected to the Lee County School Board. Mrs. Page was a dedicated educator who served our county as Chairman of the School Board for nine years and received the support of our district by being reelected four times. Mrs. Page also served on the President's Council for Postsecondary Education and was president of both the Florida School Board Association and the National School Board Association. Her dedication to educating our youth was evident and will be one of the traditions carried on at this school.


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