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School Board of Clay County
December 10, 2020 - Regular School Board Meeting
D2 - Spring 2021 Education Plan and Assurances

Per Florida Department of Education Emergency Order No. 2020-EO-07 issued on Monday, November 30th, each school district shall submit a board approved Spring 2021 Education Plan and Assurances to the state for approval by December 15, 2020. The attached plan accomplishes the four main goals set forth by DOE:

  1. Building on the successful reopening of all public schools to in-person instruction; 

  2. Promoting parental choice while ensuring that every student is making adequate academic progress; 

  3. Providing financial continuity to enable each school district to maintain the full panoply of services for the benefit of Florida students and families, including students from vulnerable populations such as low-income families, migrant families, the homeless, English Language Learners (ELLs), students in foster care and students with disabilities; and 

  4. Empowering every district to maintain high-quality school choices for Florida students and families with a focus on eliminating achievement gaps, which have been exacerbated by the crisis.

Gap Analysis


Previous Outcomes


Expected Outcomes

The district shall complete the plan, agree to all assurances and faithfully implement the plan to receive the statutory flexibilities and financial supports that are offered in DOE Order No. 2020-EO-07.

Strategic Plan Goal

Strategy 1.2: Provide diagnostic and prescriptive interventions for differentiated instruction in reading and mathematics.

Strategy 1.3: Prepare all students to be full option graduates who are prepared for college, eligible to enlist in military services, or able to compete in the workforce. 


Approve the Spring 2021 Education Plan and Assurances with the supierntendent's authority below:

Due to the ever-changing conditions resulting from COVID-19 and the effects that unforeseen changes may have on the implemention of this Spring Education Plan, the Superintendent of Schools is authorized to make any adjustments necessary, consistent with the structure and intent of this plan to continue to provide the best quality education and academic services to the students of Clay County District Schools. 


Terri Dennis, Chief of Staff,
Financial Impact
Undetermined at this time. It is believed that the approval of the Plan is essential to qualifying for financial continuity and support from FDOE which will support the school district's multiple programs for the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year.
Review Comments
Spring 2021 Education Plan and Assurances.pdf