On Thursday, parents in St. Johns County were given four options for how students can return to school this fall.
In a letter, Superintendent Tim Forson said the district has come up with “flexible options” for reopening schools after hearing feedback from parents, teachers and business leaders. Read the full letter here.
Below are the options provided in the letter:
OPTION 1: School-Based Brick & Mortar. No action necessary; your school will be in contact regarding next steps.
OPTION 2: School-Based Distance Learning. Please complete the School-Based Distance Learning Registration Form
OPTION 3: St. Johns Virtual School. Contact St. Johns Virtual School to enroll.
OPTION 4: Home Education. Contact the District’s Guidance & Choice Department to enroll.
Parents must pick an option for their child by July 15. If parents do not pick an option by that deadline, Forson said in the letter that the school-based brick & mortar option will be chosen for the student.
“On August 1, 2020 a decision will be communicated on how our schools will proceed instructionally under Option 1- School-Based Brick & Mortar, based on the level of community spread,” Forson said.
Other important links:
- Elementary and Secondary return-to-school options can be found at https://www.stjohns.k12.fl.us/reopening-plan/
- Health and safety protocols for school-based brick & mortar can be found at https://www.stjohns.k12.fl.us/reopening-plan/#protocols
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