Letter from Superintendent

As we look forward to the holiday season, I think you’ll agree we have extra cause for celebration this year! With the passing of the Half-Cent for Schools, we can all look forward to creating higher-quality learning environments for all our students. As we said throughout the campaign, our #1 priority will be the revitalizationContinue reading “Letter from Superintendent”

ESE Coffee Shop Series

Calling all Exceptional Student Education (ESE) Parents! You are invited to attend our series of ESE workshops. Each workshop covers a different topic on how to help guide parents through the ESE process. Come out and join us! We are pleased to partner with Florida Diagnostic and Learning Resources System (FLDRS) and Family Network onContinue reading “ESE Coffee Shop Series”

School supplies drive for Hurricane Michael victims

Alachua County Council of PTA’s is collecting school supplies for schools in Springfield, Calloway and Parker in the Panhandle that were impacted by Hurricane Michael. Many of these schools suffered major damage, and new supplies would mean a lot to the kids as they return to school in a few weeks. The list of suppliesContinue reading “School supplies drive for Hurricane Michael victims”

5 things you need to know about third grade testing

Third grade is the first year that children in Florida take the Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) test, which is given each spring. This test includes English language Arts (reading and language), as well as math. Districts in Florida are required to give students the FSA as one way to measure knowledge of the Florida Standards,Continue reading “5 things you need to know about third grade testing”