Mr. Vernon Davis and St. Johns County Commissioner Paul Waldron were honored as the recipients of the 2018 Learning Legacy Lifetime Achievement Awards. These awards are presented annually to former St. Johns County public school students who have returned to the area and dedicated their time and talents to serving their community.
This year’s Learning Legacy Lifetime Achievement Award Recipients are Commissioner Paul Waldron and Mr. Vernon Davis. They are joined by past Learning Lifetime Achievement Award Recipients Ponte Vedra Assistant Principal Mr. Guy Harris, Retired Assistant Superintendent Martha Mickler, Former St. Johns Tobacco Prevention Coordinator Nancy Birchall, and CPA Brad Davis.
STEM SPARK was held on Saturday, October 20th, at St. Augustine High School. The event serves to make young women in grades 7 and 8 aware of possible careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. View a photo gallery from STEM SPARK 2018.
View a slideshow presentation of new developments for the Business & Fiscal Services Department.
The FortifyFL app is now LIVE. Any student, educator, parent or member of the public can report school safety concerns directly to law enforcement and school administrators anonymously and easily through the FortifyFL app or getfortifyfl.com.
In September, the Student Services Department led a presentation on student health at Gamble Rogers Middle School. The presentation brought together a variety of community health service providers to present on a range of topics including physical and mental health.
The Transportation Department would love to hear from you! Please fill out our form to celebrate your Bus Operator so that we may recognize her/him.
The St. Johns County School District is currently conducting the review process for the 2018-2019 Instructional Materials Adoption for Mathematics. Please visit our Instructional Materials Adoption web page to review the available resources.
In this edition, we shine a spotlight on all of the hard work which the Food and Nutrition Services Department and the cafeteria staff at each school does to provide healthy and nutritious meals to our students.
First Coast Technical College (FCTC) is pleased to announce St. Johns County School District’s Fall 2018 Community Enrichment Programs! Enrichment opportunities encourage and stimulate lifelong learning. Whether for personal development, job training, hobbies or fun, experienced instructors share their passion to bring new skills to our community.