INFORMATION & RESOURCES FOR PARENTS
Please read the information about the updated 2017 – 2018 Attendance-Policy
The College Board is committed to supporting students and educators affected by the recent hurricane in Florida.
Free November SAT Registration and CSS Profile Fee Waiver for Hurricane Irma-Impacted Students
To support students and families affected by Hurricane Irma, the College Board will offer a free November SAT registration and a CSS Profile fee waiver.
We understand this is a difficult time for those who are struggling as a result of the storm. We hope this measure can ease some worry for students and ensure their college-going plans are minimally affected during storm recovery efforts.
The free November SAT registration and CSS Profile fee waiver are for students who are experiencing hardship and/or displacement due to the hurricane and are in an area designated by FEMA. Please scroll down for the list of FEMA counties.
- Students can register for the November SAT here: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/register/dates-deadlines. Please note that students must pay in advance and then call Customer Service for a refund at 866-756-7346, unless using a CSS Profile fee waiver.
- Students who are registered for the November SAT should call Customer Service to receive a refund of their registration and late fee. Students can register and contact Customer Service through October 25. To reach Customer Service, please call 866-756-7346.
- For the CSS Profile fee waiver, students should go to cssprofile.org, complete their application, and the system will automatically apply eligibility rules. To reach CSS Profile Customer Service, please call 844-202-0524.
You must provide all documents that are listed on the Enrollment Checklist. Most important is your Proof of Residency and Immunization without either we cannot enroll your student. Residency requirements can be found on our Guidance page. You also have to bring an unofficial or official transcript with you for the counselor to determine the best courses for your student. Without one, you will not be able to see a counselor to discuss classes and we will have to reschedule.
Please contact Ms. Nightingale to schedule an appointment or to answer any questions. She can be reached at 904-547-7366 or by email.
is a document that compares how the bar has been raised in English and math regarding common core standards with examples at all levels.
SPAR REPORT AVAILABLE HERE
LETTER TO PARENTS REAPPLYING FOR A HARDSHIP
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ACADEMICALLY CHALLENGING CURRICULUM
to Enhance Learning (ACCEL) is available. Parents who wish to consider course or grade level acceleration should review eligibility criteria and process referenced in the District Student Progression Plan http://www.stjohns.k12.fl.us/depts/cs/spp and Parent Resource Guide http://www.stjohns.k12.fl.us/parents/resource.
Empowering Excellence in Educators
Learn about St. Johns County School District’s new instructional evaluation system that will advance student growth and academic achievement.
No Child Left Behind
The No Child Left Behind law requires that schools provide parents and community members with school information found in the annual School Public Accountability Report (SPAR) The 2011-2012 report is now available and is accessible three different ways: A hard copy is maintained in the front office of our school for viewing; a WORD version of the report can be requested; and at the link below:
“Know the Law” Guide Book
Know the Law is provided for you by PACT Prevention Coalition, the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office, the St. Johns County School District and the State Attorney’s Office in hope that it will become a valuable tool for parents or guardians. It is designed to help you know and understand the laws and their consequences as they apply to you. When making decisions about your behavior, you should always take the time to consider the law and weigh the consequences before you act. “Ignorance of the law” is never an acceptable excuse for bad behavior.
View the Know the Law Pamphlet.