SUMTER COUNTY School District

  • The Sumter School District is committed to providing a rigorous and relevant standards-based education in a safe environment.  Through a partnership of students, parents, staff and community, students are given the opportunity to reach their full potential as lifelong learners and contributing members of society.

Great Things Are Happening In Sumter District Schools

  • School meals free of charge through October 20th.

    The Florida Department of Agriculture has given us a waiver through October 20th and has made available all school meals free of charge. Please encourage your students to take advantage of this. They will still be required to put their numbers in so that we can keep count, but no money will need to exchange hands and their accounts will not be debited. This will begin tomorrow through October 20.

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  • Sumter Students Earn Industry Certifications

    Exciting news! At a time when workforce demands for technical skills and industry certification are at an all-time high, the schools in Sumter County have increased the number of students earning industry-relevant credentials by (31%) with 266 industry certifications awarded this school year!

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  • RISE Summer Math Academy Completes 4th Summer

    The 4th Annual RISE Summer Math Academy for South Sumter High (SSHS) and Wildwood Middle High School (WMHS) students ran from June 5 – June 22, 2017.

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  • Welcome Back! Students Return August 10th!

    Teachers return August 3, 2017 and the student school year begins August 10th. Please access the Back to School page for more information!

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  • Sumter is a Top Florida School District

    School Superintendent Rick Shirley is pleased to announce Sumter is ranked 16th out of 67 school districts in Florida according to a preliminary school grades press release by the Department of Education. Bushnell Elementary, Lake Panasoffkee Elementary and The Villages Charter received “A” ratings. Wildwood Elementary School increased 124 points, moving up two letter grades and earning a school rating of “B”. South Sumter Middle and Webster Elementary also earned “B” ratings. South Sumter High School and Wildwood Middle High School earned “C” ratings despite a significant increase in total points earned. Sumter is one of thirty-seven “B” districts with only eleven “A” districts statewide.

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