Recognizing our AMAZING Schools!
SCHOOL OF THE MONTH FOR OCTOBER? WE HAVE THAT!
Duval County Public Schools and Community First Credit Union are once again teaming up in 2021-2022 to recognize our outstanding schools!
This is YOUR opportunity to share with our community all of the wonderful things happening in your school. Each month there will be a new theme. Just click on the link and share your story!
Winners will be announced each month on this page. October nominations must be submitted by Friday, October 22 by 5 pm.
What does my school win?
Thanks to our Community First Credit Union partners, winning schools will receive the following:
1. A celebration for all school employees;
2. Money towards a school initiative; AND
3. A trophy to display in your school.
Nominations are now OPEN for October!
To submit a nomination for the October School of the Month because of its outstanding CHARACTER EDUCATION, follow these easy steps:
1. Click on this LINK!
2. Fill out the form to include the following information:
- School Name
- Select your role with the school (Student, Parent, Employee, Community Member)
- The reason why your school deserves to be School of the Month (please limit to 2000 characters or less)
- Contact information in case there are any questions
3. Hit SUBMIT
October Nominations are due by Friday, October 22 by 5:00 p.m.
If you are having difficulty opening the link above, please copy and paste the following web address into your browser:
Everyday Heroes: What are some of the ways the faculty, staff, and support organizations at your school go over and above expectations to provide exemplary customer service?
Character Education: How does your school encourage students to demonstrate good character and a growth mindset?
School Spirit: Provide examples of the many ways your school encourages enthusiasm and pride in your "Home Team."
Celebrating All Students: How does your school create an inclusive, learning-friendly environment for all students?
Black History Month: Share some of the ways your school commemorates Black History Month.
Reader Leaders: What are the ways your school is encouraging students and their families to read?