In this edition, we shine a spotlight on all of the hard work which the Food and Nutrition Services Department and the cafeteria staff at each school does to provide healthy and nutritious meals to our students.
First Coast Technical College (FCTC) is pleased to announce St. Johns County School District’s Fall 2018 Community Enrichment Programs! Enrichment opportunities encourage and stimulate lifelong learning. Whether for personal development, job training, hobbies or fun, experienced instructors share their passion to bring new skills to our community.
View a slideshow presentation of projects completed by the Facilities and Operations Department for the start of 2018-2019 school year.
In preparation for the 2017-18 School Year, the Transportation Department conducted four days of intensive bus training at the FCTC Public Safety Academy Test Track.
I recognize that there has been some feedback and concern regarding the school safety videos that have been shown to all students and staff at our schools. I sincerely apologize for any stress or uncertainty that you may have experienced in anticipation of this activity.
In this month's Superintendent Spotlight, welcome back our students and staff and speak with them about how they prepared to start the new school year.
On September 5th, secondary students and their parents had the opportunity to meet with more than 80 representatives from colleges, universities, technical schools and other organizations during our school district’s annual College and Career Night.
St. Augustine High School held its Inaugural AVID Signing Ceremony on August 31st. AVID is an advanced, college preparatory program for students who have the potential and individual determination to complete a pre-university course of study in high school.
Student Services is pleased to announce the addition of three new social workers to better serve our schools. The district now employees a total of seven school social workers who work to enhance the social and emotional growth and academic outcomes of all students by connecting schools, families and communities.
In response to SB 7026, all St. Johns County schools are assigned a Youth Resource Deputy for emergency response situations, as well as facilitation of required training, drills, and participation on each schools Threat Assessment Team.