Many Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia school districts canceled classes due to Hurricane Irma. Here is the following information we have received from the local school districts.
More than two weeks into the new school year, hundreds of students in St. Johns and Duval counties still don't have permanent teachers in their classrooms.
Two Clay County students are being praised for completing their flag duty in the pouring rain.
Relatively new safety gear on school buses is decreasing illegal passing by drivers. St Johns County is the only county in Florida currently approved by the Department of Education to pilot a supplemental lighting system on school buses.
- 6 signs you attended EWC
- Signs you attended Robert E. Lee High School
- 5 signs you went to Stanton College Preparatory School
- 9 signs you went to school in Nassau County
- 7 signs you went to school in Clay County
- 5 things everyone who attended St. Augustine High School have in common
- 6 things all UNF students experienced
- 5 things all JU students know to be true
- 5 signs you went to Bishop Kenny
- 5 things every Flagler College student knows to be true
High number of crashes on US17 near Fleming High School has parents worried
FDOT working on several major projects
Children safety in new school year
Dr. Willis to focus on student achievement
Teacher brings science back to students
Tips for taking better back to school pictures
Rush for immunizations before school year
Resources for Parents & Students:
Timely stories and resources for both parents and students
Back-To-School Shopping Tips
Back-to-School Shopping Tips
5 Sack Lunches Kids Love
Distract finicky eaters by putting together a meal that’s so much fun to eat, they won’t be thinking about whether it’s on their short list of “likes.”
Print & Use Tools: Math Worksheets
Math worksheets and activities to help with general math skills like addition, subtraction, fractions, decimals, multiplication, and division. Help your kids practice math with these fun printables.
A safe place where kids can create, share and learn
U.S. Department of Education: Activities for children ages 5 through 11
Helping Your Child Succeed in School
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Flu season hits Georgia especially hard
Thieves break into home with cinder block while St. Johns County family sleeps
Murder charge filed against Jacksonville woman found with daughter's body in W. Va.
Jacksonville family loses beloved pet in house fire