The enrollment window for the St. Johns Virtual School (SJVS) Full-Time Program opened on April 9 and will close on July 10.
The Home Education Office is in the process of revising procedures to support proactive program compliance. Families recently began receiving notifications regarding upcoming annual evaluation dates to help families avoid non-compliance concerns.
The application window for Controlled Open Enrollment (COE) program is closed for the 2018-2019 school year. Students who received seats via this process must enroll at the designated school by July 1, 2018 to keep the option available.
No charter school applications were received by the February 1 new application submission deadline. The next deadline is February 1, 2019 for schools planning to open fall of 2020.
On March 16 Flagler Hospital partnered with EPIC Behavioral Healthcare, St. Johns Sheriff’s Office, St. Johns County Fire Rescue and the Northeast Florida Healthcare Coalition to provide an all-day training for school district nurses.
Early kindergarten registrations have resulted in more than 1,000 registrations for the 2018-2019 school year.
Eight senior athletes from district high schools were nominated for the David Maccaulay Mathis Memorial Pursuing Victory With Honor Award at the American Youth Character Awards held April 9.
During Spring Break, the St. Johns County Sherriff’s Office conducted a training for its officers at Creekside High School focusing on “Active Shooter Response Scenarios.”
In an effort to promote community health and well-being this summer, the St. Johns County School District (SJCSD) will open its high school facilities to the public on select Wednesday evenings throughout the summer. View the Summer 2018 Facility Use Flyer.
May 7th through 11th is National Teacher Appreciation Week, a time for honoring teachers and recognizing the lasting contributions they make to our lives. Please join us in thanking our district's educators who work tirelessly to serve the students and families in our schools.