SJRSC’s new Collegiate High School Program is a three-year program that outlines the path for qualified students to complete 60-credits of dual enrollment coursework, culminating in both a standard high school diploma as well as an Associate of Arts (AA) degree upon completing four years of high school.
The purpose of the Johns County School District Crisis Response Team (DCRT) is to prepare for and respond to a crisis with a goal of helping individuals and groups cope and begin the healing process after a tragedy.
2018 National School Counseling Week, "School Counselors: Helping Students Reach for the Stars," was celebrated February 5-9 to focus public attention on the unique contribution of school counselors within U.S. school systems.
On the January 29 Inservice Day, Nemours Children’s Clinic Endocrinology Dept. will be providing in-depth training for school nurses on the latest trends and treatments for diabetes in children. There will be a focus on how to keep students with diabetes safe at school and manage their disease process while helping them succeed academically.
The St. Johns County School Board proclaimed February 5-9 as Student Services Week during their February School Meeting.
In accordance with Florida Statute 1006.283(8)(c), the School Board will consider adopting recommended instructional materials at its meeting on Tuesday, February 13, 2018, beginning at 9:00 AM in the auditorium at 40 Orange Street, St. Augustine, Florida.
Nearly 500 runners and walkers of all ages participated in the 2018 Annual CHARACTER COUNTS! 6 Pillars 6K/3K Run/Walk on Saturday, February 3rd. Race proceeds support CHARACTER COUNTS! initiatives throughout the St. Johns County School District (SJCSD).
St. John County School District's Teachers of the Year and Rookie Teachers of the Year were celebrated at an annual banquet held on January 24th at the World Golf Village Renaissance Center.
From January 29 – February 26, 2018, families residing within and outside of St. Johns County may apply for their child to attend PVPV/Rawlings Elementary School or The Webster School for the 2018-2019 school year through the Controlled Open Enrollment Process.
The St. Johns County School District has had a 4.4 percent growth over the last year when compared to 2016-2017 school year. With growth comes hiring.