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Madison Schools Receive $116,086.00 in School Recognition Program funding

February 25, 2015

Governor Scott Presents More Than $124 Million in School Recognition Awards

 

Today, Governor Rick Scott announced the distribution of more than $124 million in School Recognition Program funding this year to Florida’s high performing schools across the state. Over 1,500 schools will receive the financial awards based on sustained or significantly improved student achievement.

 

Governor Scott said, “Florida’s teachers and schools prepare our students to pursue a college degree or excel at a great career when they graduate. It’s important to continue to provide our teachers and schools the resources they need to ensure our students are successful in the classroom. That is why I am excited to award more than $124 million in school recognition awards to help recognize schools for their success and help increase student achievement. During this year’s legislative session, we will continue to invest in our K-12 classrooms by proposing record per-student funding.”

 

Commissioner Stewart said, “The School Recognition Program award allows us to honor the schools that have been successful in improving student achievement. I am so appreciative of the hard work that Florida teachers contribute every day to ensure students are prepared for college, a career and life.”

 

Schools eligible for recognition awards include those receiving an “A” school grade, improving at least one letter grade from the previous year, or improving more than one letter grade and sustaining the improvement the following school year. Alternative schools that increase their school improvement rating or are rated “Improving” also qualify for awards.

 

The school staff and school advisory council at each recognized school jointly decide how to use the financial award. Schools may use their award for faculty or staff bonuses, to purchase educational equipment or materials, or hire temporary staff to help maintain or improve student performance.

 

As part of his 2015-16 “KEEP FLORIDA WORKING” budget, Governor Scott has requested a record $19.75 billion in K-12 education funding, an increase of $261 per student over this year and $50 per student over the previous record in 2007-08.

 

Total district School Recognition Program awards are below.

 

School District   Award Amount               School District  Award Amount

Alachua                         $1,227,312                                      Liberty                         $57,436

Baker                             $59,910                                            Madison              $116,086

Bay                                 $717,728                                          Manatee                    $2,461,552

Bradford                        $90,958                                            Marion                       $1,042,366

Brevard                         $3,871,778                                       Martin                        $1,088,750

Broward                       $12,026,652                                      Monroe                      $333,058

Calhoun                       $213,548                                           Nassau                      $858,728

Charlotte                      $163,352                                           Okaloosa                   $2,052,628

Citrus                            $495,304                                           Okeechobee             $124,659

Clay                              $1,980,516                                        Orange                       $10,302,440

Collier                          $2,582,672                                        Osceola                      $1,483,702

Columbia                    $461,401                                            Palm Beach               $10,574,959

Miami-Dade                $17,192,496                                      Pasco                         $2,224,787

Dixie                             $48,899                                              Pinellas                      $3,310,718

Duval                           $5,005,476                                         Polk                             $1,887,944

Escambia                    $1,420,617                                         Putnam                       $347,834

Flagler                         $668,281                                             St. Johns                    $2,572,747

Franklin                       $121,043                                             St. Lucie                     $1,134,334

Gadsden                     $161,774                                             Santa Rosa               $1,925,063

Gilchrist                       $126,588                                             Sarasota                    $2,390,950

Glades                         $99,539                                               Seminole                   $4,398,238

Gulf                              $34,566                                                Sumter                       $456,169

Hamilton                     $63,818                                                Suwannee                 $130,208

Hardee                        $287,957                                             Taylor                          $199,147

Hendry                        $132,183                                             Union                          $221,685

Hernando                   $588,486                                             Volusia                       $1,779,099

Highlands                   $306,294                                            Wakulla                      $106,714

Hillsborough               $11,410,992                                      Walton                        $432,030

Holmes                        $77,000                                              Washington               $128,001

Indian River                $353,689                                            FAU Palm Beach       $92,022

Jackson                       $127,004                                           FAU St. Lucie             $139,705

Jefferson                     $34,318                                              FSU Lab – Broward   $67,778

Lafayette                     $59,349                                              FSU Lab – Leon         $167,325

Lake                             $728,304                                           UF Lab School            $111,660

Lee                               $4,214,304                                        Virtual School             $330,715

Leon                            $1,772,731

Levy                             $130,202

 

                                                                        STATE TOTAL               $124,108,278

 

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