Principal Announced for Allen D. Nease High School

April 7, 2015

Lisa Kunze, principal of Switzerland Point Middle School (SPMS), has been selected by Superintendent Tim Forson to be the principal of Allen D. Nease High School (NHS). Her nomination will be presented to the St. Johns County School Board at their February 14 meeting.

SJCSD Spelling Bee Winner 2017

April 7, 2015

Sreeniketh Vogoti, an eighth-grade student at Fruit Cove Middle School, won the 2017 St. Johns County School District (SJCSD) Spelling Bee held January 18 at First Coast Technical College.

SR 1-17-17 Volume 6, Issue 10

April 7, 2015

As I experienced my first few days as superintendent I am very grateful for the support and well wishes I have received. Our focus as a district will always be the children and families we serve, but I also put great stock in our work family.

Student Transfer and Choice Options

April 7, 2015

Pursuant to HB 7029, beginning in the 2017-2018 school year, parents seeking additional choice options for their student may enroll their child in any school in the state that has not reached capacity (available seats).

Community Education Courses

April 7, 2015

The St. Johns County School District invites you to participate in a new session of Community Education adult evening courses available at five different school sites.

How to Opt-in to Receive Notifications

April 7, 2015

We informed you last month of our transition to a new mass notification system called SchoolMessenger. Now that the new system is in place, we are working to complete the opt-in process that is required to communicate with you via your mobile device using texting.

High School Program of Choice Options

April 7, 2015

Attention all 8th and 9th graders who are interested in learning about Program of Choice Options for High School next year! The District Wide High School Showcase will be Thursday, January 19 from 3:30pm - 7:00pm at the World Golf Village Convention Center.

New Mass Notification System

April 7, 2015

The St. Johns County School District has begun using a new mass notification system called SchoolMessenger. While the migration to this new system will be a seamless process with regard to voicemails and emails from principals and district administration, it will be necessary for everyone to opt-in to receive text messaging.