The 2014-2015 Title I Parent Survey is now open. The survey will be available online through May 31, 2015. This survey is open to all parents/guardians of children currently attending a SDCC Title I School. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact your child’s school or the District office at 904-529-4923.
We have lots of exciting events coming up in these last few weeks of school. Be sure to check the Calendar page of our website.
The title's for next year's SSYRA books have just been announced. Check out Mrs. Lloyd's website for more book information. Click the button below for your grade level's books. These books look exciting! Do you notice some familiar authors?
A number of CEB teachers and support staff received their 10 and 20 year service awards on 4/24/15. Guidance Counselor, Devin Hixon, received a 20 year pin as did aide, Delphine Williams. Teachers Amber Carter, Apryl Coleman, Kim Hobbs, and Leah Keeley received ten-year pins. Cafeteria worker, Denise Moody, also received a 10-year pin. Congratulations to these outstanding CEB staff members!
Fourth-grade student, Riley, was honored with a dinner to celebrate her completion of all 30 of this year's SSYRA books. Not only has she read all the 3rd-5th grade SSYRA books, but also the 6th-8th grade SSYRA books. To celebrate, Mrs. Lester, Ms. McIver, Mrs. Lloyd, and Mrs. Barrie took Riley and her mom to dinner at D'Fontana's in Green Cove Springs. Riley's favorite book was "Magic Marks the Spot." Way to go, Riley!!!
Ms. Vidal's class really got into the spirit of Earth Day by cleaning the school grounds. Here we have two fourth-grade students who learned how important it is to do our part to save our planet.
It was hard to tell who had the most fun at our "Weird Science" event held on April 21st. Teachers, parents, and 3rd - 6th grade students had a great time with some hands-on science experiments. Thanks to our fifth-grade teachers who really made this a fun event!
Have you ever wanted to work in the library? Would you mind giving up one or two of your recess classes each week? Do you have good grades? Will you be in the 5th or 6th grade next year? If you answered "yes" to these four questions, you may be just who we're looking for! Soon we will be sending home applications to students currently in 4th and 5th grades. Your duties might include, shelving books, assisting younger students in the library, straightening shelves, checking books in and out, helping with the book fair, creating displays, and other duties. In return, library aides will be allowed to check out 3 books each week and will have first access to new books. If you are interested in being a library aide next year, be sure to get your application signed by your parent and teacher. Turn in your signed form by the deadline date on your application.
"Unlimited Possibilities @ Your Library" - That's the theme of this year's National Library Week celebration. We all know that the library is a great place to find books, but there's so much more that we can do at our library. You can conduct research, create power point presentations, read magazines, learn really cool stuff in our Reference section. Don't forget to check out eBooks on your computer or reading device. Stop by the media center this week and celebrate your library!
On Friday, April 10th, kindergarten attended Disney on Ice. We had a wonderful time. Just look at our pictures!!!