LAJH Guidance News
How is your mental health?
Community Mental Health Resources
The Student Assistance Program is a partnership between the Clay County School Board and Clay Behavioral Health Center and is a voluntary program for Clay County students.
Right Path Behavioral Health, LLC (RPBH) was established in October of 2010 to provide needed services and support to youth and adults who suffer from mental health and/or behavioral health disorders.
The Multiagency Network for Students with Emotional/Behavioral Disabilities (SEDNET)creates and facilitates a network of key stakeholders committed to assisting in the provision of a quality system of care for students with or at-risk of emotional and/or behavioral challenges.
State Testing in May
🍎#Thank a Teacher!
TSIC Scholarship Winners
Please congratulate the following students that have been selected into the Take Stock in Children program. Hailey Huskey, John Johnson, and Isabella Williams were chosen out of 116 applicants and will receive a college scholarship after completing high school & the TSIC program. The TSIC Induction ceremony will take place at Fleming Island High School on May 18, 2019. Way to go Tigers!
Community Youth Awards
We would like to congratulate the following students for winning a Community Youth Award! This award is given to students who exemplify perseverance and resilience while achieving academic excellence. These students were nominated by our School Counselors and will be honored with awards on May 25th at Fleming Island High School. Please join us in congratulating: Cormoni Burns, Aubrie Chism, Amylee Grever, Isaiah Robinson, Malachi Savage, and Tommi Toomey. Congratulations!
Summer School Programs
- Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten
- 3rd Grade Summer Reading Camp
- 6th-12th Grade Credit Recovery
- Algebra 1 Credit Recovery for ESE ONLY
- Algebra 1 Boot Camp - 7 high school sites
- 11th-12th Grade ESOL Summer Reading Program
- Extended School Year Services as determined by the IEP team.