•  Region Highlights

     
     
     

    Duval Transformation Region Highlights

    • Comprised of 49 schools: 3 high schools, 5 middle schools, 40 elementary schools, 1 K-8 school
    • District support staff dedicated to serving only DTO schools
    • Region Superintendent communicating with Principals weekly regarding academic celebrations and areas of instructional focus
    • Increased recruitment of high performing educators to upgrade human capital in accountability areas
    • Developing and sustaining the emerging leadership pipeline
    • Overall increase in use of blended learning
    • DTO’s focus on improving the human capital, technology, and culture within DTO schools has led to the following improvements:
    • 90% of with a letter grade F improved
    • 67% of schools with a letter grade D or F improved
    • 75% of the original 36 DTO/QEA schools improved their school grade or maintained a C or higher over the past two years
    • All DTO high schools are a C or higher
    • All DTO Region schools have a D or higher

     DTO New Programs

    DTO Region’s New Programs in the 2016-17 school year:
    • PITSCO STEM Labs and Pre- Early College are at all DTO Middle Schools
    • PITSCO Elementary Labs with Fischer Equipment are in some Elementary schools
    • Andrew Jackson High School is a dedicated magnet for Video Gaming, Cybersecurity, Information Technology, Sports Medicine, Sports Marketing, and Sports Broadcasting.  Each program will be connected to dual enrollment opportunity.
    • Enhancement of William M. Raines High School’s Visual and Performing Arts Program
    • Jean Ribault Middle & Senior High School Aviation Programs
    • Hyde Grove Elementary School converted to an Early Learning Center for ages 3 through second grade
    • Hyde Park Elementary School converted to a grades 3-6 school
    • John Love Elementary School converted to a PreK-2 Early Learning Center
    • Long Branch Elementary School converted to a grades 3-6 school
    • Susie Tolbert Elementary School converted to a grades 3-6 school
    • S. P. Livingston Elementary School converted to a grades PreK-2 Early Learning Center