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Upcoming Important Dates

  • September 10- Early Release- Elementary Schools Only

  • September 17- Early Release- Secondary Schools Only

  • September 22- CTA Bargaining 4:30 in Room 153

  • September 23- School Board Meeting

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING OF THE

SCHOOL BOARD OF COLUMBIA COUNTY, FLORIDA

  • October 13-17- FTE Week

  • October 17- End of 1st Grading Period

  • October 20- Teacher Workday/ Student Holiday

  • October 29- Early Release- Secondary Schools Only

  • November 5- Early Release- Elementary Schools Only

  • November 11- Veterans Day- Legal Holiday All Personnel/ Students

School Times

Elementary

All  7:45AM - 2:15PM
Middle
 Lake City / Richardson   8:40AM - 3:10PM
High
Challenge  7:30AM - 1:00PM
Columbia / Fort White  8:30AM - 3:00PM

         

Congratulations to our "A" Schools!

1. Columbia City Elementary

2. Eastside Elementary

3. Pinemount Elementary

4. Westside Elementary

    and our charter school

5.  Belmont Academy

Congratulations to our "B" Schools! 

1. Five Points Elementary

2. Lake City Middle

 

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2014-2015 Back to School Supplement

 

 

Message from Superintendent

In the News

2014 Take Stock in Children Scholarship Students Signed 

Eleven Columbia High and four Fort White High School students were signed into the Take Stock in Children program on September 4 th & 5th. 
The Columbia County School District and Florida Gateway College partner to promote The Take Stock in Children program, an extraordinary program for improving the lives of
deserving children in Columbia County. Take Stock provides an opportunity for the students to EARN a two prepaid tuition scholarship. The Two-year scholarships are for Florida Gateway College. Students sign an agreement to stay drug and crime free, make good grades and stay out of trouble. Take Stock also gives caring citizens the chance to contribute to a local child's scholarship fund and/or serve as a mentor. Currently, 190 children have been awarded scholarships. 
Fifty-five (55) of these students are attending Columbia High and Fort White High Schools. 
There are forty-eight (48) students presently attending Florida Gateway College. Seventy (70) students have now graduated from FGC.

Fort White Elementary kicked off this year’s Accelerated Reader theme, Super Readers Save the Day.

 Employee Development Day!

Prizes donated by AvMed.

Holly DeLoach – AvMed Bicycle (Pictured with Holly is Ivan Cajic, Sr. Client Manager, AvMed)

Fred Gaylard – IPAD

Juan Diaz, Superintendent of Sulphuric Shipping, PCS-Phosphate White Springs, an outstanding business partner of the Columbia County School District, is presenting a $10,000 check to Celena Crews, CHS Robotics Teacher, for the CHS Robotics Team. PCS - Phosphate embraces student academic success through their partnership which totally exemplifies what a relationship between education and the workforce does to prepare our students for postsecondary education and careers. Juan Diaz is a mentor for the CHS Robotics Team.

The Columbia County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age disability or marital status in its educational programs, services or activities, or in its hiring or employment practices.  The district also provides equal access to its facilities to the Boy Scouts and other patriotic youth groups, as required by the Boy Scouts of America Equal Access Act.  Questions, complaints, or requests for additional information regarding discrimination or harassment may be sent to:

Narragansett M. Smith

Columbia County School District

Equity Officer

(386) 755-8015

 

 

 

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To create a safe, orderly learning environment conducive to the preparation of highly motivated students;

To work to ensure that all students achieve to the maximum potential of their abilities; and

To prepare students to be successful in their career/technical training or higher education and in the workplace.

 

Last Updated: 09/26/2014

 

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