Summer Hours

During the summer five day work week (June 14 – July 30) the office hours for all schools and District departments for public access are 7:30 am to 3:30 pm. These hours support the District’s energy cost savings effort.

COVID-19 Dashboard Update

During the summer term, the St. Johns County School District will suspend the daily and weekly posting of COVID-19 numbers on our dashboard due to reduced number of students and staff on campus. We will re-evaluate the frequency of our postings for the next school year closer to August. Thank you.

Upcoming Job Fairs

In the coming weeks, St. Johns County School District will hold two job fairs for non-instructional personnel. The first on June 21 will focus on hiring Bus Operators, Bus Attendants, and Custodians. The second on July 16 will focus on Extended Day Workers, Day Care Workers, Food Service Workers, Para Professionals, and ESE Para Professionals.

Florida Department of Education Seeking Public Input

The public is encouraged to provide input on the new proposed standards for K-12 Civics and for K-12 Holocaust Education. The deadline to provide input is June 10th.

The following opportunities for feedback are also available through June 10 at noon:

Message from Superintendent Forson, May 14

Dear St. Johns County Schools parents and community members,

I would like to thank every family associated with the SJC school district this year. This has been a unique and challenging school year. We are in the final four weeks of the year and your support has been critical to the success students have experienced. We still have numerous high stakes assessments to administer and feel that it is imperative that we maintain our expectations and way of work until the last day of school on June 10.

We are all fatigued from the experience of the pandemic and staff members have worked tirelessly to support children in our schools. Throughout this public health crisis, we have utilized guidance and recommendations of federal, state, and local public health agencies. As we continue to follow the guidance of the CDC, I would like to share our intent moving forward so that families are informed about the school health and safety protocols for this summer and next school year.

Beginning with summer programs on June 14 and going into the 2021-2022 school year, the SJCSD will transition to the following health and safety procedures:

  • Face masks will be recommended, but optional in school and on SJCSD transportation
  • Desk shields will no longer be a mandatory feature of all classrooms but will be used as appropriate when needed for health and safety protection or instructional/assessment purposes
  • Temperature checks will no longer be a daily routine when students, staff or visitors arrive at school
  • Enhanced sanitation practices will continue in our facilities to ensure clean, healthy schools
  • Athletics, events, plays/performances, and dances will occur next school year. Protocols will be adjusted as we receive guidance from FHSAA and other state and local agencies.

We will maintain these procedures barring any future emergency orders or crisis events. Again, thank you for your continued support this school year.


Tim Forson

A Tribute to Our Teachers

In observance of Teacher Appreciation Week, May 3rd through 7th, and National Teachers Day on, Tuesday, May 4th, the St. Johns County School District honors our outstanding teachers and recognizes the lasting contributions they each make to our lives every day.

A photo gallery reflecting their efforts of the past year is now on exhibit in the 40 Orange Street School Board Auditorium lobby as a tribute to our teachers, and this companion video was created celebrating them during this extraordinary time.

Florida School Lunch Hero

Florida School Lunch Hero

Food Service Manager at Liberty Pines Academy Alicia Smith was recently honored as one of five Florida School Lunch Heros by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services during an event broadcast on Facebook Live. All School Lunch Hero Week nominees receive a prize package including a …

  • $2,000 cash prize from No Kid Hungry.
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers Prize Pack from the Dairy Council of Florida
  • School Lunch Hero Trophy
  • Certificate of Appreciation
  • One-on-One Chef Experience

Learn more about the Florida School Lunch Hero Program.

Teacher Appreciation Week

Teacher Appreciation Week - May 3-7
In observance of Teacher Appreciation Week, May 3rd through 7th, and National Teachers Day on, Tuesday, May 4th, the St. Johns County School District honors our outstanding teachers and recognizes the lasting contributions they each make to our lives every day.

Graduation Schedule 2021

The St. Johns County School District announces the schedule of 2021 graduation ceremonies for St. Johns County high schools.  
Thursday, May 27
4:30 p.m.
St. Johns Virtual School
FCTC, Bldg. C, CC! Conference Center
Friday, May 28
7 p.m.
St. Johns Technical High School
St. Augustine High School Auditorium
Tuesday, June 1
7 p.m.
St. Augustine High School
TIAA Bank Field
Wednesday, June 2
7 p.m.
Pedro Menendez High School
TIAA Bank Field
Thursday, June 3
7 p.m.
Allen D. Nease High School
TIAA Bank Field
Friday, June 4
6 p.m.
Bartram Trail High School
TIAA Bank Field
Saturday, June 5
9 a.m.
Creekside High School
TIAA Bank Field
7 p.m.
Ponte Vedra High School
TIAA Bank Field
Friday, June 18
5 p.m.
First Coast Technical College

South Woods Students Go on a Virtual Field Trip

Dental Assisting at First Coast Technical College recently hosted a virtual field trip for 103 students at South Woods Elementary School. First, Dental Assisting student Dominique read Sugar Bug Doug, a book about cavities and plaque. Then Kacy presented “My Healthy Teeth,” covered the importance of visiting the dentist every 6 months. Jakevia, Alyssia and Cindy led a interactive “Healthy Food Project” that featured a sad and happy tooth that acted as cavity filled and a healthy happy tooth. Maya and Amelia also led a song named “Got My Tooth Brush, Got My Floss.” Lastly, the entire Dental Assisting class had a Q&A session with the elementary school students.

Minority Teacher Recruitment Fair

St. Johns County School District will hold a Minority Teacher Recruitment Fair on Saturday, May 15 from 9AM to 2 PM. Interviews will be conducted face to face with District and school administrators. Virtual interviews will be conducted by request. Learn more

FAQ for Emergency Order 2021-EO-02 (Spring 2021 Assessments, Promotion, Retention, Graduation, VPK)

The SJCSD Guidance Department has provided an FAQ to answer common questions about Executive Order Number 2021-EO-02 which was recently issued by the Florida Department of Education. The FAQ discusses the impact Executive Order 2021-EO-02 will have on assessments, promotion, retention, graduation, and VPK.

View the FAQ for Emergency Order 2021-EO-02.