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|January 6, 2022 - Regular School Board Meeting|
C8 - Amendment to the 2021-22 Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement Between the School Board of Clay County and District Board of Trustees St. Johns River State College
This amendment to the 2021-22 Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement states that Florida Statue 1009.30, effective July 1, 2021, established the Dual Enrollment Scholarship Program, in which the program will reimburse SJR State for tuition and related instructional costs for dual enrollment courses taken by eligible pulic-school secondary students during the summer 2022 term. As it stands now, no one pays for summer school dual enrollment tuition.
This amendment is allowing St. Johns River State College to submit reimbursement to the Department of Education for the summer classes that our Clay County District School students take.
Clay County has had a positive working relationship with St. Johns River State College for many years. This amendment will help St. Johns River State College receive reimbursement from the State for the summer classes.
Clay County students will continue to receive free college-level courses during the summer.
|Strategic Plan Goal|
Goal 1: Develop a High Quality & Aligned Instructional System
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.
That the School Board of Clay County approve the Amendment to the 2021-22 Dual Enrollment Articulation Agreement Between the School Board of Clay County and District Board of Trustees St. Johns River State College.
Roger Dailey, Chief Academic Officer, 904.336.6904, email@example.com
Treasure Pickett, Director of K-12 Academic Services, 904-336-6918, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jan 2022 - Amendment to 2021-22 SJRSC Dual Enrollment Agreement.pdf