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Student Code Of Conduct Information and Forms

In order to come onto campus at St. Johns Virtual School, you need to review the St. Johns County School District Student Code of Conduct guidelines. Once you have read over the acceptable practices, please sign and return the sheets to Jo Linskey or Kathy Jones. The required forms are below:

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SJVS Fundraising Events

February 22, 2017

Please click Panera Logo below for more information.

Bring this flyer when you dine with us and we’ll donate a portion of the proceeds from your purchase. Please hand in a hard copy or show an electronic version of this flyer upon placing your order. Purchases of gift cards are not counted towards the event. It’s a great way to combine great taste and great fun – for a great cause.


February 28, 2017

Please click Panera Logo below for more information.

 

Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to support St. Johns County Virtual School. Come in to the Chipotle at 1753 US Highway 1 S. in St. Augustine on Tuesday, February 28th between 4:00pm and 8:00pm. Bring in this flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to St. Johns County Virtual School.


St. Johns County School District Students Applying for Full Time St. Johns Virtual School:

Fall 2017 Enrollment begins April 10, 2017!!!

 

 Open Registration Dates:  Semester Start Dates:
April 10, 2017 – July 10, 2017 August 10, 2017 (Fall 2017 Begins)
November 18, 2016 – January 6, 2017 January 5, 2017 (Past Spring 2017)

 

Closed!!!


EOC Information

SPRING DATES: Coming Soon!!!

NOTE:  The school that you attend full time will need to create a test ticket for you and email it to Ryan Erskine.  We must have the test ticket before the day of your test.  Thank you.

The First link below is for taking a Practice Test before your EOC. You must take the Practice Test First!!! If you click below then follow the directions: Stay logged in as GUEST. Then Select your Grade. Now Pick the test you are taking. Yes, Start My Test. Begin Test Now

EOC FSA Practice Tests: Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry

 EOC FSA Practice Tests Guide

EOC Pearson Practice Tests: Biology, Civics, and US History


SJVS Monthly Virtual Family Spotlight

 

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 Hannah, Kaylee, and Leah LoGatto 

LoGatto 4Irish dancing began in Ireland. However, today the sport has spread to all over the world. Dancers can compete in competitions called Feisannas “feis”. The goal for many Irish dancers is to one day compete in the World Championships. The World Championship is the Olympics of Irish Dance. For the World Championship, dancers have two opportunities to qualify. Both the Oireachtas and the North American Nationals are where top dancers competes to qualify. The top 10 or so will qualify for a spot on the world stage. However, you must be in the U10 age group or above to be allowed to compete at worlds. Kaylee, Leah, and Hannah have been working diligently towards the goal of one day representing the South. The girls train five days a week during a major competition. They have been dancing for two years with Legacy Irish Dance and competing for one year. During that time Kaylee and Leah have achieved four levels and are currently dancing as Preliminary Champions. LoGatto 2All three girls just competed at their very first Oireachtas in the South. Kaylee placed 31st, Leah placed 13th and Hannah placed 24th. LoGatto 1They will be representing the South in Nationals this year. Besides for competing, the girls have also been on the show team at Legacy Irish dance where they have performed at assisted living homes, parades, sporting events, schools and local fundraisers. Being a part of St. Johns Virtual School has given the girls an excellent education, wonderful teachers, and the flexibility to fulfill their dreams!

 

 

 

 

American Youth Character Award (AYCA)

Valuing good character is an essential ingredient for a successful and well-rounded community. Each year, the American Youth Character Award (AYCA) program honors selected students from our schools. These students have consistently displayed the beliefs, attitudes and actions which exemplify the Six Pillars of Character:

  • Trustworthiness – integrity, honesty, reliability and loyalty
  • Respect – valuing all people; living by the Golden Rule; honoring the dignity, privacy and freedom of others; courtesy; politeness; tolerance and acceptance of differences
  • Responsibility – fulfilling duties, accountability, pursuing excellence, and exercising self-control
  • Fairness – being just and impartial; being willing to listen and being open to differing viewpoints
  • Caring – being compassionate, kind, loving, considerate and charitable
  • Citizenship – doing one’s share, helping the community, playing by the rules and respecting authority and the law.

This year, SJVS is proud to announce that our honored students include: senior, Tikeiria Collins and senior, Elizabeth Green. These young women are outstanding students with our program as well as wonderful assets to our St. Johns community! Both young ladies received recognition at the AYCA banquet and in addition received a scholarship award. Congratulations Tikeiria and Elizabeth, we are so very proud of you!!

Tikeiria Collins

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Vision

The vision of SJVS is to be leaders in innovative teaching through online and blended learning programs that use best practices to promote academic excellence in a student-centered environment while serving the District of St. Johns County.

Mission

Our Mission is to ensure all students are provided with an academically rich and rigorous education through online learning opportunities that meet the needs of today’s diverse learners.