Dates for July graduation ceremonies announced
Due to COVID-19 safety concerns, all the high school commencement ceremonies planned for May were rescheduled for July. Visit TeamDuval.org to view the dates.
Information regarding time, venue, guest information and safety protocols will be shared with families and on our platforms within the next few weeks.
Report cards available through Focus accounts on June 8
Report cards will be available to view through Focus accounts beginning June 8 .
To view the report cards, follow these simple instructions:
Note: If you do not have a Focus account, visit here. You will see instructions for "Creating an Account" and then for "Linking Your Student" to your account once it's created.
Summer meals begin June 8
Duval County Public Schools with Chartwells K12 is proud to announce our participation in the 2020 Summer Food Service Program!
Free summer meals will be available beginning June 8 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at select school sites and bus stop locations for children ages 5 -18. No enrollment required.
Note there is one week between the end of spring meal service (May 29) and the beginning of summer meal service (June 8). During that week, the Kids Hope Alliance will be providing free meals at various sites across the county. View Summer Meals flyer for more info.
This home-based approach to education is new to almost everyone. Check out videos and photos below to see how Team Duval families and teachers are succeeding in this new way of education.
Special end of year message from Superintendent Dr. Diana Greene
New Berlin teachers share song of appreciation to parents
Photos - Students and families from all over the district are thriving in Duval HomeRoom
Mandarin Oaks Elementary teacher Ms. Stearns teams up with her niece for an online read-aloud to Stearns' class of young, developing readers. Ms. Stearns teaches very young students with intellectual disabilities, and her niece appears to be on a path to becoming a classroom hero like her aunt.
Implementing differentiated, highly individualized instruction is an innovation that has led to dynamic gains in student achievement. Just like a traditional classroom, Duval HomeRoom virtual education supports small group and individual activity. Below, Brookview Elementary third grade teacher Ms. Cahill conducts some individual coaching with one of her students, Malik.
Check out more photos of how students, educators and families are making Duval HomeRoom work for them.
Call your school for counseling services
Student Mental Health Helpline: 904-438-4223
Department of Children and Families Abuse Hotline: 1-800-962-2873
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