CPR, First Aid/AED Training

April 7, 2015

The District has 19 CPR instructors comprised of nurses, athletic trainers and coaches across the county providing CPR certification training to staff members. All schools have staff on campus trained in the life-saving measures of CPR and AED use.

College and Career Night

April 7, 2015

The Guidance and Choice Department presented the annual College and Career Night September 6. Over 80 representatives from post-secondary universities, colleges and career technical schools provided St. Johns County students with an opportunity to learn more about their institutions and programs.

Science Textbook Adoption

April 7, 2015

Florida adopts instructional materials for those specific courses within a selected subject area on a rotating basis. This year, the district is adopting science textbooks. If you are interested in serving on the Review Committee, please contact the School Advisory Council (SAC) chairperson at your school.

Accountability and Assessment

April 7, 2015

2017-18 is an accreditation review year for the St Johns County School District. Schools will be administering surveys, collecting classroom data and completing reflections throughout the fall semester. Also, diagnostic iReady testing is currently underway at all elementary, middle and K-8 schools.

New ESOL Teachers and Hispanic Character Camp

April 7, 2015

Federal Programs is excited to have two new traveling ESOL teachers this year who will coach teachers, counselors and work with the students in small groups to help meet their needs. Federal Programs was also thrilled to be a part of promoting a first-ever Hispanic Character Camp this past July sponsored by the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Life Work Transition Program

April 7, 2015

First Coast Technical College (FCTC) is the new home for the students enrolled in Life Work. The goal of this program is to prepare students for competitive employment through student-centered planning and supported employment skill practice in the community.

ESE Parent Advisory Committee Meetings

April 7, 2015

The Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) is composed of parents, educators, administrators, business representatives, and other interested community members concerned with the education of students with disabilities. The purpose of the committee is to provide information to parents and input to district staff regarding ongoing efforts to continuously improve services for students with disabilities.