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CCE Registration Requirements 2015





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Monday – Friday 8:00-4:00

The ESE Parent Advisory Council meets twice per year to inform the school district about ways in which we can improve our efforts in serving students with disabilities. All parents are invited to participate. For more information contact the ESE office at 904-547-7712.

Next meetings –
 October 16, 2014
6:00pm – 8:00pm
40 Orange Street, 3rd floor auditorium
February 26, 2015
6:00pm – 8:00pm
40 Orange Street, 3rd floor auditorium
Volunteers & Check-Out Procedures

Welcome back parents and visitors! A drivers license or State ID is required at all times on school property and when checking your student out.

Please remember that ALL visitors and volunteers entering the school must be an approved volunteer through the county.  If you have NOT made application, please go on line at https://stjohns.keepntrack.com/apply.  Please do not reapply if you have already made an application in St. Johns County.  Volunteers will automatically be updated in the system after 3 years.  Please remember to allow 1-4 weeks for your application to process.

PTO Updates



March 6th 4:00-7:00

Spring Fling Wrist Band and Basket Raffle Tickets Order Form 2015

Mark your calendars everyone, Spring Fling is just two weeks away. Volunteers are working around the clock to shake off their Winter blues and get into the spirit of Spring. Spring Fling is the perfect time to catch up with each other and get together as a Cardinal Community. Tickets are on sale now, so get in on the pre-event pricing by sending those order forms in right away. See link below for ticket order form.

Our Basket Raffle Volunteers are hard at work creating great baskets from your donations. If you haven’t had a chance to send in a donation for your child’s classroom, please do it next week. These volunteers are working to make great baskets for our children and families to win and they have to turn everything in next Friday. Please make their jobs easier by donating to your classroom basket.

Baskets and Brownies on Thursday, March 5th from 4-7pm, is a great opportunity to preview the donated baskets and to buy your wristbands at pre-event pricing. We also enjoy the evening with a bake sale of delicious dessert treats. If you would be able to donate baked goods to the Baskets and Brownies event, please e-mail Andrea Wheeler at wheele_a@bellsouth.net

Spring Fling needs volunteers…. In order to make Spring Fling a SAFE and enjoyable event, it requires more than 100 volunteers. Please e-mail Mary Davidson, our Volunteer Coordinator, at cceptomail@gmail.com

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Keep Saving Box Tops! Win a Pizza party for your class!   You may send them into the office in a sealed bag or on the Collection Sheets.


Empowering Excellence in Educators triple-eLearn about St. Johns County School District’s new instructional evaluation system that will advance student growth and academic achievement.

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