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Middle School Cluster Chief: Addison Davis Executive Director/Turnaround Specialist: Lawrence Dennis Executive Director: Kelly Coker-Daniel Support Staff: Phyllis Mack, Stephanie Green Office Address: Ribault High School 3701 Winton Dr. Jacksonville, FL 32208 ..................................924-3450


High School Cluster Chief: Tony Bellamy Executive Director/Turnaround Specialist: Kenneth Reddick Executive Directors: Larry Roziers, Vicki Schultz Support Staff: Marnice Parker Office Address: Northwestern Middle School 2100 West 45th St. Jacksonville, FL 32209 ..................................924-3722


FREQUENTLY CALLED NUMBERS


Communications......................................................390-2126 Community Education ............................................858-6080 Curriculum and Instruction ....................................390-2377 Exceptional Student Education................................390-2071 Food Service............................................................732-5117 Transportation Department......................................858-6200


MAGNET PROGRAM With one of the nation’s most successful


magnet school programs, Duval County offers students an innovative form of public schooling. While students receive standard education, they are also invited to explore a special interest they may have, such as culinary arts or engineering. Admission is by application only and is available online. Magnet applications for students not currently enrolled in a Duval County public school are available in the Magnet Programs Office, located in the Duval County School Board building. Call 390-2082 for additional information and application deadlines or visit www.magnetprograms.com.


EXTENDED DAY ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS For the convenience of working parents, 80 elementary


schools in the district offer safe, affordable before and after- school care for students. The program provides educational enrichment, academic enhancement, recreational activities and tutoring. Hours of operation are from 7 to 8:30 a.m. and 3 to 6 p.m. Parents prepay monthly fees, with morning fees of $13 per week, and $25 per week for afternoon care. For additional information, please call 858-6080.


CHARTER SCHOOLS


Duval Charter School at Arlington ....................724-1536 www.duvalcharter.org Duval Charter School at Baymeadows................638-7947 www.baymeadowscharter.org Global Outreach Charter Academy ....................551-7104 www.gocacademy.org KIPP Impact Middle School ..............................683-6643 www.kipp.org Lone Star High School........................................725-5998 Pathways Academy..............................................633-8125 www.pathwaysacademy.net


River City Science Academy Beach..............................................................855-8010 Southside........................................................565-0065


www.rivercityscience.org School of Success (SOS) Academy Charter Middle School ....................................................573-0880 www.schoolofsuccessjax.org Somerset Academy Eagle Campus......................854-0990 www.somersetacademy-jacksonville.org Tiger Academy ....................................................309-6840 www.ymcatigeracademy.org Waverly Academy................................................206-7836 www.waverlyacademy.org Wayman Academy of the Arts ............................695-9995 www.academy.wayman.org


EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT CENTERS Three facilities in Duval County serve special needs students


by providing nurturing, yet appropriately challenging environments. They focus on in-classroom and real-life learning in order to provide disabled students with opportunities to become as independent and self-sufficient as possible.


Alden Road Exceptional Student Center ............565-2722 Mt. Herman Exceptional Student Center............630-6740 Palm Avenue Exceptional Student Center ..........693-7516


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