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School Board Changes Time for Oct. 24 Meeting

The time for the regularly scheduled school board meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 24, has been changed. more...

Food for Florida - Disaster SNAP (D-SNAP)

The Florida Department of Children and Families has coordinated this Food for Florida/Disaster SNAP site to serve Floridians in who live in Volusia County affected by Hurricane Irma to ensure they have the resources needed for healthy meals. more...

Volusia Schools Select Teachers of the Year

Each of Volusia County's public schools has completed the process to select its Teacher of the Year. The 71 winners, chosen by their peers, are nominated to compete for the honor of Volusia County School District's 2019 Teacher of the Year more...

Volusia Schools Kick-Off United for Puerto Rico Relief Effort

​Every Volusia County School student, parent and staff member who has the resources is being asked to contribute $1 toward the school district's United for Puerto Rico Relief Effort.  more...

Volusia Student Named 2017 Broadcom MASTERS Finalist

Scott Tobin, former Creekside Middle student and current freshman at Spruce Creek High, has been named a top-30 finalist in the 7th annual Broadcom MASTERS —founded and produced by the Society for Science & the Public — the nation’s most prestigious middle school STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) competition.more...

VCS Hurricane Makeup Plan

Volusia County Schools will make up missed instructional time due to Hurricane Irma by adding one full day and cancelling three early release days during the first semester.more...

FEMA Individual Assistance Program

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has several resources available to individuals and families impacted by Hurricane Irma.  Please see the information below relating to FEMA’s assistance programs.  Please share this information with your family and friends that have been impacted by Hurricane Irma.more...

Schools to Offer Free Meals to Students

Volusia County Schools will offer free breakfast and lunch to all students through Friday, October 20, to help families who were affected by Hurricane Irmamore...


Throughout Hurricane Irma, Volusia County Schools sheltered and fed more than 4,000 people three square meals. With school being cancelled for over a week, some families are struggling to provide food for their families.  To answer that need, several schools will open their doors Saturday morning to provide a complimentary breakfast and lunch.more...

Volusia County Schools Remain Closed Thursday and Friday; Schools to Reopen Monday, September 18

All Volusia public schools will remain closed Thursday and Friday, September 14 and 15, due to Hurricane Irma and will reopen Monday, September 18.  All extra-curricular activities, and athletic practices and competitions are cancelled until Monday.more...
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