Students from the St. Johns Technical High School Academy of Culinary Arts under the direction of Chef Coleman fed the homeless of downtown St. Augustine on Thursday, November 21st.
Early Childhood Services is actively involved with community partnerships, family engagement and parent involvement. Events and activities are provided during the school year at various locations throughout the district.
Students with significant cognitive disabilities are enjoying new supplemental reading materials. ESE teachers have received training in implementing SRA Early Interventions, Rewards, and Edmark Level 2 in their classrooms.
The Life Work and Project SEARCH Transition Programs use the workplace to provide students with the knowledge and skills that will help them connect experiences while in school to real life work activities and future career opportunities.
In October, SJCSD staff presented at the state contact meeting for teachers of the deaf and visually impaired on the successful use of a research-based reading and language intervention used for students who use sign language.
Dr. Esther Seward, assistant principal at R. J. Murray Middle School, hosted a tea party for an inclusive group of young ladies at the school on October 30. Everyone had an opportunity to learn and practice social conversations, manners and etiquette in a fun way.
The St. Johns County School District will celebrate "150 Years of Excellence in Education" on Tuesday, December 10, 2019, at 8:00 a.m. at the School Board's Main Office located at 40 Orange Street in St. Augustine, FL. The public is invited to attend.
On December 3 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm, the ESE Parent Advisory will welcome Sandra M. Rebeor, PSY.D., M.S.H.S., for a discussion titled “Stress Management for Caregivers of Students with Disabilities.”
The Technology Support division of the IT Department helps to kick off another great start to the school year. The school-based TSS are dedicated to getting all student and staff machines ready for the start of the school year, along with keeping up with every day technology needs at their schools.
The Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) is seeking student input on Career and Technical Education (CTE) as it is offered in the State of Florida. The survey offers middle and high school students an opportunity to provide input about a their participation, experiences and opinions on CTE programs.