Beverly Slough, District 1 representative to the St. Johns County School Board, writes periodic updates for parents and others concerning school district matters. If you would like to receive the updates, please email her at [email protected] so that she can add you to the distribution.
We are pleased to introduce parents to SchoolPay, a convenient option for making electronic payments for school related fees such as registration fees, field trips, Extended Day and/or Day Care fees, etc. SchoolPay will eliminate last minute check writing hassles and eliminates lost cash. SchoolPay allows you to make payments 24-7-365 and gives you peace of mind that your payment will not be lost along the way.
You are always in full control of your account and can make a payment at any time that is convenient for you. No payments will be allowed without your knowledge and authorization through this secure payment system. Simply add all desired items to your cart, and proceed with your checkout. Each payment is followed by an email notification informing you of the student’s name, item name, and payment amount.
That said, on February 10, 2014 you will be able to create your own unique SchoolPay account. Simply go to the SchoolPay Login Page and click “Create an Account” in the blue box. or use this link: https://www.mypaynetapps.com/user.php?create_account&school=1880
Upon logging in, you will have a list of payment items that may be applicable to your family.
If you have any questions regarding your new account, please feel free to contact SchoolPay‘s Customer Service at 888-88-MYPAY or [email protected].
Free Event for Parents
Join us this 19th Annual Conference for and about families of children with Special Needs ages Birth to 22.
The public pages of the SIP are now live! This means that anyone may now navigate and browse the PDF version of the SIP without a user account. Please visit the following URL to do so:
(Under the “Online Plans” tab, parents/community members may view the SIP 2013-2014 and under the “Other Documents” tab parents/community members may view the 2012-13 School Improvement Plan.)
The Dismukes Dental Program was made possible by the generosity of John T. Dismukes, a Florida veteran. Mr. Dismukes came to St. Augustine in 1885 and established the First National Bank and he built and endowed the Dismukes Clinic.
St. Johns County maintains the Dismukes Dental Program and provides free dental treatment for qualified children under 18 years of age enrolled in the St. Johns County School District.
For further information, please click here: Dental Concepts
The School Public Accountability Reports (SPAR) for 2012-13 has been released by the Florida Department of Education.
The link to access this information is http://doeweb-prd.doe.state.fl.us/eds/nclbspar/index.cfm. (Hold ‘CTRL’ and click on link).