Sonya Duke-Bolden

GRASP educator works with student in classroom.

Federal Impact Aid Survey now available through Jan. 21

(This story has been updated to reflect the new deadline, which is Jan. 21, 2022. The original story was posted on Nov. 23, 2021.) Jan 12, 2022 – The annual Federal Impact Aid Survey is available, and it’s vitally important that all federally connected families associated with Duval County Public Schools complete the survey. Why […]

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Full academic ride to historically black university awarded to “5000 Role Models of Excellence” students

June 29, 2021 — Disappointed after not getting into the college he applied for, Maurice Bell said he lost some of his motivation for higher education. Then Bell — who would be graduating from Lee High School — received a phone call from a 5000 Role Models of Excellence district administrator that brought everything back […]

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District recognized for transparency in financial reporting

May 4, 2021 – For the 20th year in a row, Duval County Public Schools has been awarded the Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting (COE) by the Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO) for demonstrating transparent and high-quality financial reporting. The COE is considered the gold standard in annual financial reporting. The district received […]

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Food distribution this Thursday, Dec. 17

District joins community partners in food give-away this Thursday

Dec.  14, 2020 – In the spirit of the holiday season and coming together as a community, Duval County Public Schools is joining several non-profit organizations in two different food giveaways to support local families in need.  Both events will be hosted this Thursday, Dec. 17 at two locations: Redemption Church (hosted by Feeding Northeast […]

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How to register for the 2021-22 VPK lottery

Dec. 2, 2020 – With holiday season in full swing, don’t forget that school choice season is just around the corner. Beginning Jan. 1, parents will have the opportunity to apply for their children’s school of choice. This includes Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten with Duval County Public Schools. Like last school year, applications for VPK will be online […]

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School Choice – What you need to know

Nov. 18, 2020 – Duval County Public Schools is a choice district, which means students can attend schools outside their attendance area zones through the school choice application process. While applications open in January, there is a lot families can do now to prepare. See list below. Note that while some things have changed due […]

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