Internet and telephone service are temporarily unavailable at South Woods Elementary School. The cause of the outage and the estimated time of repair have not been determined. Technicians are currently investigating the issue. If you need to contact the school in the meantime, you may call the district switchboard at (904) 547-7500 which will relay your message to the school.
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SJCSD Update for Parents – Due to widespread power outages, poor road conditions, staff availability, families impacted by Hurricane Irma, and concern for student safety, ALL SJCSD schools will remain closed Thursday, September 14 and Friday, September 15. SJCSD schools will reopen on Monday, September 18.
SJCSD Update for Employees ONLY – All 12-month employees should report to work Thursday, September 14 and Friday, September 15. If you are unable to report to work, please contact your principal/supervisor. On Friday, September 15, ALL employees, regardless of position, should report to work. Principals/Supervisors will communicate any additional information and/or instructions to their employees by close of business today.
All SJCSD schools and district offices will be closed on Friday, September 8 and Monday, September 11 due to Hurricane Irma. Schools will operate as normal on Thursday, September 7 and scheduled evening activities will take place. District administration is working with the Emergency Operations Center and will provide additional updates as necessary via SchoolMessenger and on our website at www.stjohns.k12.fl.us.
Due to traffic-related incidents throughout the county, bus transportation may experience some delays this afternoon. Thank you for you patience and understanding.
Due to an unexpected outage, internet and telephone services are temporarily unavailable at all St. Johns County School District schools. Technicians are working to restore these services as quickly as possible, however, the estimated time of repair has not been determined. If you need to contact a school in the meantime, you may call the district switchboard at (904) 547-7500 which will relay your message to the school.
Bartram Trail High School is currently being evacuated due to a potential bomb threat. Rest assured your children are safe. Please do not arrive at the school and we will continue to update you via text and email as the situation progresses.
Allen D. Nease High School is having intermittent power issues which is affecting internet and telephone service at the school. The cause of the intermittent outages and the estimated time of repair have not been determined. Technicians are currently investigating the issue. If you need to contact this school in the meantime, you may call the district switchboard at (904) 547-7500 which will relay your message to the school.
Governor Scott has prioritized the reopening of schools throughout the state of Florida. All St. Johns County School District Schools will be open tomorrow and normal district operations will resume.
In addition, the district’s transportation department has been assessing road conditions today and there may be some delays with pick up and drop off in isolated areas tomorrow.
Please continue to check school and district websites for any additional site specific updates. We appreciate your patience and look forward to serving our students and families beginning tomorrow.
Due to the uncertainty of weather conditions resulting from Hurricane Matthew, all schools and district offices will be closed Thursday, October 6 and Friday, October 7. All athletic events and extracurricular activities are canceled this evening and through the weekend. Extended Day will be open and operating this afternoon.
The St. Johns County School District is currently monitoring Hurricane Matthew. An announcement on any potential school closings will be made on Wednesday afternoon and will be relayed via our mass communication system using text, phone and email. We will also post the announcement on this website and Twitter @SJCSD. In the meantime, we encourage you to take precautions and prepare as Hurricane Matthew approaches Florida’s coast.