Seminole County Public Schools

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Seminole County Public Schools
Seminole County Public Schools.jpg
SCPS official Logo
Address
400 East Lake Mary Boulevard
Sanford, Florida, Seminole, 32773-7127
United States
Information
Superintendent Walt Griffin[1]
Grades PK-12
Website

Seminole County Public Schools (SCPS) is a public school district that covers Seminole County, Florida. As of September, 2006, the total district wide enrollment was 66,351 students in 2006.[2]

School Board[edit]

The District School Board is elected on a non-partisan basis. Members serve four year terms.

  • District 1: Diane Bauer (2010–2014)
  • District 2: Karen Almond (2010–2014) Chairman
  • District 3: Dede Schaffner (2012–2016) Vice Chairman
  • District 4: Amy Lockhart (2012–2016)
  • District 5: Dr. Tina Calderone (2010–2014)

Schools[edit]

The district operates 57 traditional schools: 9 high schools, 12 middle schools, and 36 elementary schools.

High Schools[edit]

Middle Schools[edit]

  • Chiles Middle School
  • Greenwood Lakes Middle School
  • Indian Trails Middle School
  • Jackson Heights Middle School
  • Markham Woods Middle School
  • Millennium Middle School
  • Milwee Middle School
  • Rock Lake Middle School
  • Sanford Middle School
  • South Seminole Middle School
  • Teague Middle School
  • Tuskawilla Middle School

Elementary Schools[edit]

Charter Schools[edit]

  • Choices in Learning
  • Galileo School for Gifted Learning[4]
  • United Cerebral Palsy - SCPS

Home Schools and Virtual Schools[edit]

The District operates home school and virtual school programs.

Voluntary pre-K[edit]

The District operates voluntary pre-K at selected locations within the District.

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ "Selected statistics on enrollment, teachers, dropouts, and graduates in public school districts enrolling more than 15,000 students, by state: 1990, 2000, and 2006". Digest of Education Statistics 2008. U.S. Department of Education. Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics. 18 March 2009. pp. 129–139. Retrieved 2009-04-26. 
  3. ^ "Longwood Elementary closes". www.myfoxorlando.com. 10 May 2011. Retrieved 2011-08-28. 
  4. ^ [2]

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