The St. Johns County School District is seeking comments on proposed school calendars for three future school years. Individuals are encouraged to submit any ideas, suggestions or concerns about the proposed calendars. Feedback will be collected through Friday, October 27, 2017. The final proposed calendars must be approved by the School Board.
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Free school meals provided through the FEMA Major Disaster Declaration will end on October 20, 2017 and students will revert to their normal lunch status on October 21, 2017. If you have questions, please call 904-547-8931.
The Annual UpLift with A.S.S.I.S.T. Dinner/Silent Auction is scheduled for Thursday, October 19 from 6-9 p.m. at the Character Counts Conference Center on the FCTC campus. Tickets are available for a $25 donation at INK-Stjohns.org. This year’s theme is “Breaking Down Barriers…One Student at a Time.”
The Attendance Zoning process for 2018-2019 now includes a proposed Plan C posted here http://www.stjohns.k12.fl.us/zoning/. This plan is a third option to Plans A and B. Plan C addresses proposed changes for the schools in the Northwest. For the first time, Plan C also includes students currently zoned to Hickory Creek Elementary from the RiverTown development.
This attendance zoning proposal is a part of the process to establish Attendance Zones for the two new K-8 schools. These K-8 schools are currently under construction and will open for the 2018-2019 school year. K-8 School KK is located at 2135 Palm Valley Road, Ponte Vedra, FL, 32081 and is being constructed using monies from the school impact fees, school proportionate share mitigation fees and the half-cent sales tax passed in November 2015. K-8 School LL is located at 1365 Shetland Drive, Saint Johns, FL, 32259 and is being constructed using monies from half-cent sales tax. Other possible attendance zone changes relate to Heritage Park located off of Woodlawn Road and the Sawmill Lakes development located off of SR 207, both in St. Augustine.
At this time, one of more of the proposals impact the current attendance zones and students at Cunningham Creek Elementary, Durbin Creek Elementary, Fruit Cove Middle School, Hickory Creek Elementary, Alice B. Landrum Middle School, Otis A. Mason Elementary School, R.J. Murray Middle School, Ocean Palms Elementary, Palencia Elementary School, Pacetti Bay Middle School, Patriot Oaks Academy, Sebastian Middle School, Switzerland Point Middle School and Valley Ridge Academy.
As a result of days lost due to Hurricane Irma the SJCSD will make up two school days on Monday, October 16 and Friday, November 10. Information on how to make up lost time between Friday, September 8, and Friday, September 15 will be shared with all employees soon.
St. Johns County is one of the 37 counties designated in the FEMA Major Disaster Declaration. All students in St. Johns County can receive free school meals (breakfast and lunch) from September 18 through October 20, 2017. A la carte menu items will still be available for purchase. If you have questions, please call 904-547-8931.
View a presentation which gives an overview of potential attendance zoning changes for the 2018-2019 school year.
The St. Johns County School District invites you to join us for another exciting session of Community Education adult evening courses at district school sites. Available courses include Microsoft Excel, sewing, photography, art, Spanish, French, and more.
The purpose of the Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) is to provide information to parents and input to district staff regarding our ongoing effort to continuously improve services for students with disabilities. View the scheduled meeting dates.
Students reported back to class on Thursday, August 10th. Visit our Back to School Guide for links to our school bus routes, lunch menus, important documents and more.
School bus routes for the 2017-2018 school year are now available.
The online application for Free & Reduced Meals is now available for the new school year. Paper applications are also available at schools and the School Board Office.
View resources for parents and teachers including ideas for talking to children about Zika Virus and information from the CDC on how to protect against it.
The McKay Scholarship and Florida’s School Choice Programs ensure that no child will be left behind by allowing parents to choose the best educational setting—public or private—for their child.