The framework for teacher evaluations utilized in St. Johns County is based upon on a model of continuous reflection and goal setting focused on improving instructional performance that will meet the needs of all students.
The St. Johns County School District’s Human Resource Department will soon be relocating back to the first floor at the district offices located at 40 Orange Street. Renovations will soon be completed as a result of Hurricane Matthew.
In this edition of the Superintendent Spotlight, students in the Communications Academy at Allen D. Nease High School discuss the benefits of enrolling in a career academy. To learn more about the academies offered at each high school, visit academies.stjohns.k12.fl.us.
Amy Grimm, a first grade teacher at Julington Creek Elementary School, was named St. Johns County’s Teacher of the Year for 2018 at the annual Teacher of the Year Banquet held on January 24th. Hailey Fletcher, a fifth grade teacher at Patriot Oaks Academy, was named the Rookie Teacher of the Year.
To kick off the 10th Annual Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida's First Lady Ann Scott visited Ponte Vedra High School and PVPV/Rawlings Elementary School on Monday, January 22nd.
Students in the Flagler Hospital Academy of Medical & Health Careers at Pedro Menendez High School demonstrate skills they have learned during the St. Johns County School District High School Programs of Choice Showcase on January 18, 2018.
Carly Miller, an eighth-grade student at Switzerland Point Middle School, won the 2018 St. Johns County School District (SJCSD) Spelling Bee held January 17 at First Coast Technical College. She won by spelling the word “piccolo” correctly. Carly is the daughter of Carrie and Jeramie Miller.
From Jan. 17 through Feb. 12, District employees may request that their child attend the school in which they work, or the school within closest proximity of their work location. Renewal of previously approved hardship requests will be accepted starting on January 23. Parents submitting first-time hardship requests and new employees hired for the 2018-2019 school year may submit their hardship requests starting on March 20.
Students from St. Augustine High School and St. Johns Technical High School hosted and presented colors at the Dr. Martin Luther King Celebration Breakfast on January 15th at the National Guard Armory. Pictured from left to right are Gladston Bygrave, Thomas Adkison, Superintendent Tim Forson, Thomas Marrero, Cornelius Stewart. Ronald Jackson, Brenton Vona and Angelica Green (not pictured) also assisted with the event.
The District continues to monitor enrollment numbers for the 2017-2018 school year. Currently, there are 40,357 students enrolled. This represents a growth of approximately 4.4 percent.