• Back to School. Get ready for a great start to the 2022-23 schoolyear with info on enrollment, safety, transportation, & more

First day of school is Monday, Aug. 15. Are you ready?

  • Enrollment


    Do you know where your child is going to school? Be sure to contact the Enrollment Call Center for assistance. Or you can make an appointment to speak with a school choice specialist. Read details here.

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  • School Safety

    School Safety

    We take the job of student, staff, and school safety seriously. Our schools should not just feel safe. They should be safe. Safety and security measures include an armed police officer or safe school officer on every campus; threat assessment teams on each campus; and camera surveillance used at all schools.

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  • Health, Mental Health, and COVID-19

    Health, Mental Health, and COVID-19

    Students have access to health and mental health care at no cost to families through two district partnerships: Hazel Health and Full Service Schools. Regarding COVID-19 precautions, the district plans to continue several mitigating measures to prevent the spread of communicable disease in schools. However, other measures will be discontinued.

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    School Meals

    The district will continue to serve meals at no cost to all students through the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP). CEP is a school meal funding option of the National School Lunch Program that enables the district’s nutrition program to provide free breakfasts and lunches to all students, even after pandemic waivers expire. 

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  • Transportation


    With a national bus driver shortage still impacting Duval, families may continue to notice bus delays, longer bus rides, and longer wait times. Transportation staff is working with its bus vendors on strategies to recruit and retain bus drivers.

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Parent Resources

Resource Phone Number
DCPS Enrollment Hotline 904-348-7777
Transportation 904-858-6200
Bully Prevention Hotline 904-390-2255
IT Tech Support 904-348-5200

5 Things to Know

    1. Breakfast and lunch meals are available at no cost to students.
    2. Due to bus driver shortages, school bus routes have been consolidated, resulting in longer bus routes.
    3. A dedicated mental health therapist is assigned to all high schools.
    4. Parents have the ability to update the phone number used to receive school and district automated calls.
    5. Students will have free access to the district WIFI to do homework on their laptops while riding the bus.