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    Sarasota County School Board

  • Welcome to the School Board of Sarasota County!

    The School Board of Sarasota County sets policy for the school district that advances educational opportunities for all students. Comprised of five members elected county-wide, each School Board member serves four-year terms on an alternating basis and works to advance legislative priorities that best meet the needs of the 53,000 students in the school district. School Board members are also responsible for appointing a school superintendent who directs the day-to-day academic and operational strategies of the school district.

    School Board meetings take place twice a month – check out the upcoming calendar for agenda items and opportunities to address the Board during public meetings.

    Members of the community are welcome the reach out to School Board members directly to notify them of ideas and feedback pertaining to education in Sarasota County.  

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District News

  • Website Quarterly Maintenance Notification

    SARASOTA COUNTY, September 13, 2019 – Please note that Sarasota County Schools’ Information Technology department will performing necessary maintenance on network severs on Friday, September 13 starting at 5:30 PM and lasting until 11:00 PM. This will make Gradebook, Business Systems, Email, Blackboard temporarily unavailable.

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  • Dr. Rachel Shelley Named FAEA 2019 Principal of the Year

    SARASOTA COUNTY, September 12, 2019 – Booker High School’s principal, Dr. Rachel Shelley, was recently named the Florida Art Education Association’s 2019 Principal of the Year for her support of the arts in education.

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  • You’re Invited! 2019 Fall College Night on September 26

    SARASOTA COUNTY, September 6, 2019 – Come one, come all! Fall College Night is a great opportunity for local high school students and parents to meet representatives from more than 80 colleges and universities from across the United States.

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