The 2018-2019 school year will begin with the opening of two new K-8 schools in northern St. Johns County. Pending School Board approval of Zoning Plan C, I am recommending that both schools open as K-6 schools for the 2018-2019 school year.
The St. Johns County School District announces the schedule of 2018 graduation ceremonies for St. Johns County high schools and First Coast Technical College (FCTC).
St. Johns County School District and Flagler College recently partnered to host the second annual Flagler College Educational Day. Students from several schools toured the college and attended a Lady Saints volleyball game.
In this Superintendent Spotlight, Allen D. Nease High School's WIRED News takes us to the 2nd Annual Victory Day, a field study experience for students with disabilities from three local elementary schools.
Starting Friday, November 3rd, the number that will display when a call is generated from any school in the district will be (844) 309-7699. This change will enable the person receiving the message to call this number back and hear the most current messages received.
The IT Department is working toward completing two large projects this school year that will use half-cent sales tax funds to enhance and upgrade technology in our schools.
In this edition of the Superintendent Spotlight, we hear from the principal, teachers and students at John A. Crookshank Elementary School.
The Nease High School Football team and coaching staff organized Victory Day, a field study experience for students with disabilities from Timberlin Creek, Wards Creek and Valley Ridge Academy. During Victory Day, students participated in football drills, tried on equipment and scored touch downs against the Nease High School Panthers.
Students from Sebastian Middle School's SWAT Club gave a presentation at the county Legislative Delegation Meeting on October 20th to call attention to the increased prevalence of vaping among youth and the need for smoke-free parks and beaches.