• Proposed School Calendars

    Our school district is seeking comments on proposed school calendars for 3 future school years. Individuals are encouraged to submit any ideas, suggestions or concerns about the proposed calendars. Feedback will be collected through October 27.

  • Uplift with A.S.S.I.S.T.

    The Annual UpLift with A.S.S.I.S.T. Dinner/Silent Auction is scheduled for Thursday, October 19 from 6-9 p.m. at the Character Counts Conference Center on the FCTC campus. Tickets are available for a $25 donation at INK-Stjohns.org. This year’s theme is “Breaking Down Barriers…One Student at a Time.”

  • Zoning Plan C

    The Attendance Zoning process for 2018-2019 now includes a proposed Plan C which addresses proposed changes for the schools in the Northwest. For the first time, Plan C also includes students currently zoned to Hickory Creek Elementary from the RiverTown development.

  • Superintendent Spotlight: October 2017

    This month we speak with Director for Transportation Al Pantano and the bus drivers and mechanics who help our students get to and from school safely.

  • Free School Meals Through October 20th

    St. Johns County is one of the 37 counties designated in the FEMA Major Disaster Declaration. All students in St. Johns County can receive free school meals (breakfast and lunch) from September 18 through October 20, 2017. A la carte menu items will still be available for purchase. If you have questions, please call 904-547-8931.

News & Updates

Proposed Calendars 2019-2022

April 7, 2015

The St. Johns County School District is seeking comments on the proposed 2019-2020, 2020-2021, 2021-2022 school calendars. Survey links are now available on the school district website for community members to provide input on the calendars.

Proposed School Calendars

April 7, 2015

Our school district is seeking comments on proposed school calendars for 3 future school years. Individuals are encouraged to submit any ideas, suggestions or concerns about the proposed calendars. Feedback will be collected through October 27.

FEMA free school lunch ends on Oct. 20

April 7, 2015

Free school meals provided through the FEMA Major Disaster Declaration will end on October 20, 2017 and students will revert to their normal lunch status on October 21, 2017. If you have questions, please call 904-547-8931.

Disability Awareness Weeks

April 7, 2015

Disability Awareness Weeks (the first two weeks of October) were created to highlight the efforts, important contributions and achievements of individuals with disabilities. People with disabilities consist of the nation’s largest minority group, as well as the only group that any of us can become a member of at any time.

Uplift with A.S.S.I.S.T.

April 7, 2015

The Annual UpLift with A.S.S.I.S.T. Dinner/Silent Auction is scheduled for Thursday, October 19 from 6-9 p.m. at the Character Counts Conference Center on the FCTC campus. Tickets are available for a $25 donation at INK-Stjohns.org. This year’s theme is “Breaking Down Barriers…One Student at a Time.”

Zoning Plan C

April 7, 2015

The Attendance Zoning process for 2018-2019 now includes a proposed Plan C which addresses proposed changes for the schools in the Northwest. For the first time, Plan C also includes students currently zoned to Hickory Creek Elementary from the RiverTown development.

Falcon Pride Patrol

April 7, 2015

The Athletic Leadership Council students from Pedro Menendez High School football, cheer, and volleyball teams participated in the first Falcon Pride Patrol. These students went to W.D. Hartley, Otis Mason, Osceola, and South Woods elementary schools to greet the young students as they arrived at school. Watch a video to learn more about the Falcon Pride Patrol.

Uplift with A.S.S.I.S.T.

April 7, 2015

The Annual UpLift with A.S.S.I.S.T. Dinner/Silent Auction is scheduled for Thursday, October 19 from 6-9 p.m. at the Character Counts Conference Center on the FCTC campus. Tickets are available for a $25 donation at INK-Stjohns.org. This year’s theme is “Breaking Down Barriers…One Student at a Time.”