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Volusia County Schools
Volusia County Schools
Annual Enrollment is August 3 – 17 at 5:00 p.m.
Annual enrollment is the only time of the year to add, drop or make changes to your existing insurance coverage without a qualifying event.
Settlement Reached in Negotiations with Trades Union In Two-Year Deal
Negotiating teams for the Volusia County School Board and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (“AFSCME”) reached a settlement.
Settlement Reached in Negotiations with School District and Unions In Two-Year Deal:
Negotiating teams for the Volusia County School Board, the Volusia Teachers Organization and the Volusia Educational Support Association reached a settlement for a two-year deal providing raises and health insurance benefits
Volusia School Grades Released
District Maintains “B” Grade
Formula Used to Determine School Grades Causes Concern
Volusia County Superintendent Cautions Community to Consider 2015-16 as the Baseline Year
Clerical and Support Union Negotiating Team Rejects School District Offer of 6.5% Raise - Some Employees Would Have Received a Raise of up to 22%
The school district made its best offer for raises since the great recession for clerical and support staff employees.
Trades Union Negotiating Team Rejects School District Offer of 6.5% Raise
The school district made its best offer for raises since the great recession for support and trades union employees this week.
Find Out What's Happening in Volusia County Schools
Read the latest edition of Volusia Vibes, the district’s quarterly newsletter that highlights students, staff and great events happening in each of our schools.
Apply for School-based Behavioral Health Care Services
Volusia County Schools have opened the enrollment process for community agencies to submit an application to be considered for approval of school-based behavioral health care services.
Teachers’ Union Denies Volusia Teachers the Right to Vote
This morning, Volusia County Schools received a letter from the teachers’ union president, Andrew Spar, announcing he is denying Volusia teachers the opportunity to vote on a 4% average raise
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