Summer Operations

The St. Johns County School District will implement operational strategies to save money during the upcoming summer months.  These strategies helped produce energy savings of more than $800,000 during the summer of 2013.
By restricting building operations in all district facilities during the summer, energy consumption at each site can be reduced.  This requires centralization of summer activities in buildings where the lowest energy consumption will occur.
Beginning on Monday, June 9, the district will operate on a four-day workweek, 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, closed on Fridays. All facilities will function in an energy conservation mode Friday through Sunday.  Summer activities will be designed within the Monday-Thursday workweek and will be completed by July 31.  The district will return to the normal five-day workweek beginning on Monday, August 4.
All schools and district offices will be closed during the week of July 14-18 and will reopen on Monday, July 21. 
Beginning on Monday, June 16, the district will operate from seven high schools and one middle school serving as regional centers.  St. Johns Technical High School will remain in its permanent location due to scheduled summer programs.  All other facilities will function in an energy conservation mode. Maintenance Managers and custodial staff will work at the schools in their region on a rotating basis. 
Each regional high school will serve as the operations center for the schools that have been assigned to that site. School administrative teams will work in designated areas of each high school.  Staff will return to their regular sites on Monday, July 28.
Following are the assignments for each school:

Pedro Menendez High St. Augustine High Sebastian Middle St. Johns Technical Allen D. Nease High Creekside High Bartram Trail High Ponte Vedra High
Gamble Rogers MS Secondary ESE-ESY R.J. Murray MS St. Johns Virtual Pacetti Bay MS Fruit Cove MS Switzerland Point MS Alice B. Landrum MS
Marine Science Program   Planning & Accountability   Wards Creek ES Durbin Creek ES Liberty Pines Academy PV/ PV-Rawlings ES
        Mill Creek ES Julington Creek ES Timberlin Creek ES Ocean Palms ES
        Palencia ES Cunningham Creek ES Hickory Creek ES  

The following Title I elementary schools will hold summer programs at their home schools (the school administration will also remain at their home schools): John A. Crookshank, Ketterlinus, Otis A. Mason, Osceola, South Woods and The Webster School (Head Start, Elementary ESE ESY, the school administration for Gaines/Transition, and the St. Johns Education Foundation will also be housed at Webster. Student Records will be housed in the Yates Building).
Due to summer programs taking place at Ketterlinus Elementary School, the administration for W. D. Hartley and R. B. Hunt elementary schools will be housed at Ketterlinus Elementary School.