In observance of Teacher Appreciation Week, May 4th through 8th, and National Teachers Day on, Tuesday, May 5th, the St. Johns County School District honors our outstanding teachers and recognizes the lasting contributions they each make to our lives every day.
Calling all parents of students with Individual Educational Plans (IEP). The Florida Department of Education wants to hear from you. Make your voice heard! Please take a moment to complete the online survey at http://www.esesurvey.com or request a paper survey from your child’s school. The survey will be open from February 1 through May 31.
Students at Switzerland Point Middle School made a video to thank everyone who is helping the community get through the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the students' video.
SJCSD DE Textbook Collection for on campus SJRSC, FSCJ, and UNF students will be held on May 4th and 5th at the Fullerwood Center located at 10 Hildreth Drive, St. Augustine, FL 32086.
The Florida Department of Education (FDOE) has launched a vitally important education impact survey for Florida educators and parents to share their thoughts and opinions on recent crisis response from the Florida Department of Education, their local school district, and their school.
Are you having trouble logging into Schoology? Check out this information sheet with Schoology basics for students and parents and join us on Thursday, April 23rd, at 5:30 pm for a Parent Question & Answer session about Schoology.
Although the state Science Fair has been cancelled, there have been some amazing things going on in our district!
Earlier this year, the St. Johns County School District hosted its first after school robotics club practice and qualifying events where teams competed against other teams in four categories: Robot Challenge, Robot Design, Innovation Project, and Core Values.
The theme for the inaugural drone competition season was “Flying High with Attitude!” Three middle schools “took flight” as pilot schools (Sebastian, Gamble Rogers, and Pacetti Bay schools). Students and teachers had a great time learning to fly drones using flight controllers, as well as learning to utilize Tynker programming software.
In February, the St. Augustine High School Aerospace Academy hosted Space Day. Dr. Masson, Aerospace and Embry-Riddle dual enrollment course instructor, coordinated a guest visit and cross-curricular activities day.