Please watch Superintendent Forson’s Message to the Class of 2020 for more on the decision to cancel all traditional high school graduations.
News & Updates
For those parents / guardians who requested a mobile hotspot through our school district's Student Computer / Hotspot Request Form, our mobile hotspots are still on back-order. Unfortunately, mobile hotspots are in big demand nationwide. We expect delivery in the next couple of weeks. Schools will contact parents and coordinate pickup when they become available.
The Florida Department of Health (DOH) recently announced the launch of a new community action survey, StrongerThanC-19, designed to aid Florida as the state continues to fight the spread of COVID-19. This cutting-edge tool gives residents the power to unite in the fight to help slow the spread of coronavirus in Florida.
Please watch Superintendent Forson's Message to the Class of 2020 for more on the decision to cancel all traditional high school graduations.
Dear SJCSD Parents and Guardians, I hope you and your child are starting to adapt to the online environment. This has been a learning week for everyone, and I am confident that the problems we have faced are being resolved. Our teachers continue to do amazing work for the benefit of all children.
The automated online request form has been closed. If you did not get a chance to submit a Request for a Student Laptop and/ Hotspot earlier, please contact your school directly.
Dear SJCSD Parents and Guardians, Today we faced additional challenges with connectivity to Schoology. I share this frustration with you and assure you that we are working with the vendor to solve these issues. In the meantime, I encourage you and your child to reach out to his/her teacher via email.
Dear SJCSD Parents and Guardians, As you know, we are off and running in our online/remote learning. The work that has been done to transition to this environment in one week is well beyond my expectations. As with anything new and unknown, patience and flexibility are key factors in ensuring our students’ success.
Per the Florida Department of Education, the St. Johns County School District will continue with online/remote learning through May 1. Any updates to this plan will be communicated to parents, students and the community. Thank you for your continued support and flexibility.
We are ready for the transition from traditional to online learning and want to thank parents, teachers, students and staff for their patience and understanding, as we made quick changes to ensure instructional continuity.
The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumers Services and USDA have approved meal service during the time of unanticipated school closures. This program focuses on areas of eligibility based on economic need. For meal service locations, please refer to the website, www.summerbreakspot.org.