Sea Turtle News
January 11: SAC Meeting
January 17: MLK Holiday
January 19: Report Cards available on HAC
January 20: Kid of Character breakfast
January 20: 3rd Grade field trip to UNF
January 21: 3rd Grade field trip to UNF
January 24 – 28: Celebrate Literacy Week
* Friday, January 28th: Read My Shirt Day! Wear a shirt that others can read (no inappropriate language/images)
$20.00 until April 30, 2022
A limited number of yearbooks have been ordered and may not be available later, so reserve your copy today.
Online ordering only!
No cash, checks or money orders will be accepted at the school.
school ID 703024
Image Share – Yearbook
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up on the pages of your yearbook!
Elementary Math Textbook Adoption Information:
The St. Johns County School District curriculum department formally announces the review process for the 2021-2022 Instructional Materials Adoption for Mathematics. The core resources that have been submitted for evaluation have come from the state adoption bid list and other submitted resources from publishers when available. Additional resources for advanced programs may be reviewed from materials listed as appropriate for the program indicated. Parents/community members may view the resources by visiting the Math adoption website. Community members, teachers, and parents will be able to provide public comment at the required public hearing in January.
Policies & Procedures
- 8:00 – Doors Open
- 8:15 – First Bell: Students report to class
- 8:20 – Morning Announcement
- 8:25 – Tardy Bell
- 2:45 (1:45 on Wed)
For student safety, if your child is late to school (after 8:25), you must park and walk your child into the building and sign in at the front office.
& Early Pickups
Please arrange transportation changes and early pickups before 2:00 (1:00 on Wed).
Please call if you have transportation changes for your child.
PVPV (904) 547-3820
Rawlings (904) 547-8570
Contact our school receptionists:
PVPV, Kindergarten – 2nd Grade
Rawlings, 3rd – 5th Grade
Please email and include student’s name, teacher, and reason for absence.
Excused absences include: personal illness,
illness of an immediate family member, a death in the family, religious holidays of the student’s established religious faith, required court or law agency appearances, public functions, state competitions, scheduled doctor or dentist appointments.
Unexcused absences include: shopping trips, pleasure trips, suspension from school, appointments without prior approval except in case of emergency,
truancy, and other avoidable absences. For a complete list of excused and unexcused absences, refer to the Student Code of Conduct.
In 1998, the St. Johns County School District, along with area businesses, youth organizations and civic groups, selected the national character education program of CHARACTER COUNTS! as a countywide initiative to instill positive character traits in our young people.
School District News
2021-2022 Instructional Materials Adoption for Mathematics UPDATE
St. Johns County School District curriculum department representatives and adoption committee members have completed the review process for the Instructional Materials Adoption for Math. On January 25, 2022, the School Board will conduct a public hearing to receive comment from the community regarding the final list of recommendations for instructional resources for this adoption. The public is invited to attend this hearing. The hearing will be held at 9:00 a.m. in the auditorium of the District Administrative Building located at 40 Orange Street in St. Augustine.
We encourage parent and community participation in our adoption process. Please visit our Instructional Materials Adoption web page to:
- View the resources that are being considered for adoption.
- Find out how to serve on a school committee and formally review the resources as a part of the school review team.
- Learn more about the policies and procedures for textbook adoption.
B.E.S.T. Standards Presentation
The purpose of the video is to provide parents and community members with information about the new B.E.S.T. Standards for English Language Arts and math. The video also explains the timeline for the implementation of the new standards.
Apply Now for the SJCCA Program at R.J. Murray Middle School
Families of Current SJCSD 5th Graders,
All rising 6th grade students are eligible to apply for admission to the award-winning St. Johns County Center for the Arts (SJCCA) at R.J. Murray Middle School. For over 20 years, SJCCA has been a county and state leader in arts instruction. SJCCA students consistently receive the highest ratings and awards at regional and state competitions. Students who attend SJCCA programs have the opportunity to learn and perform at prestigious locations including the St. Augustine Amphitheater, Broadway, and Walt Disney World. SJCCA students often continue to future arts success at prestigious post-secondary institutions.
To learn more about SJCCA, please visit the MMS SJCCA website or attend one of the following informational sessions:
- Tuesday, January 18th at 6pm - Virtual Meeting
- Wednesday, January 19th at 6pm at Allen D. Nease High School
- Thursday, January 27th at 6pm at R.J. Murray Middle School
Ready to Apply?All rising 6th graders may apply by completing the general application in Home Access Center (HAC) until February 10, 2022. Auditions at R. J. Murray Middle School will occur on February 7, 2022.
This is just a reminder that anyone (parent, guardian, friend, neighbor, aunt, uncle) must have school access to attend an event at PVPV-Rawlings Elementary, have lunch with a student and/or attend an awards assembly. If you have not already done so, please complete the School Access Form. The process for approval may take up to 4 weeks, so please fill out the application sooner than later for any guests that would like to have school access. Once the application is approved, school access will be valid for three years.
FortifyFL is a website and app developed at the direction of the Florida Legislature. Any student, educator, parent or member of the public can report school safety concerns directly to law enforcement and school administrators anonymously and easily through the FortifyFL app or getfortifyfl.com.