The student count for the St. Johns County School District (SJCSD) the first day of school, August 12, was 39,159, an increase of 2,240 students or 6 percent over last year’s first-day number of 36,919. St. Johns County continues to be one of the fastest-growing school districts in the state.
The St. Johns County School District is hosting a districtwide orientation Friday, August 9 from 8-11 a.m. Orientation is an opportunity for students and parents to get supply lists, receive class schedules and meet teachers. Photo courtesy of Cunningham Creek teacher Dana Kelly.
School grades released by the Florida Department of Education show that the St. Johns County School District continues to be a top performing district in the state and is one of only two that has consistently remained an “A” rated district.
THE PLAYERS Championship was recognized as the 2018-2019 St. Johns County School District Outstanding Business Partner of the Year by the Florida Department of Education and the Florida Education Foundation at the 2019 Commissioner’s Business Recognition Awards (CBRA) held last month in Orlando.
Allen D. Nease High School Sophomores Logan Graham, Joshua Pantano, Daniel Fedchenko, and Alan Michael won 2nd Place in the state in the Senior Group Performance category at the Florida History Day competition held last month in Tallahassee. Their project titled “Tragedy on the Trail of Engineering Triumph: A Panama Canal Flashback” moves on to compete at the national competition at the University of Maryland June 10-13.