Policymakers from the local to federal level have a huge impact on public education. Scroll down to find contact information for the policymakers who affect the issues that matter to you, from the School Board all the way to the U.S. Senate.

School Board

Cheryl Grymes (District 1)

Elizabeth Andersen (District 2)

Ashley Smith Juarez (District 3)

Darryl Willie (District 4) 

Warren Jones (Vice-Chair, District 5)

Charlotte Joyce (District 6)

Lori Hershey (Chair, District 7)

City Council

Joyce Morgan (District 1)

Al Ferraro (District 2)

Aaron L. Bowman (District 3) 

Scott Wilson (District 4)

LeAnna Cumber (District 5)

Michael Boylan (District 6)

Reggie Gaffney (District 7)

Ju'Coby Pittman (District 8)

Garrett L. Dennis (District 9)

Brenda Priestly Jackson (District 10)

Danny Becton (District 11)

Randy White (District 12)

Rory Diamond (District 13)

Randy DeFoor (District 14)

Terrance Freeman (Group 1)

Ronald B. Salem (Group 2)

Tommy Hazouri (Group 3)

Matt Carlucci (Group 4)

Samuel Newby (Group 5)

Duval Legislative Delegation

Senator Aaron Bean (District 4)

Senator Audrey Gibson (District 6)

Representative Cord Byrd (District 11)

Representative Clay Yarborough  (District 12)

Representative Tracie Davis (District 13)

Representative Kimberly Daniels (Vice-Chair, District 14) 

Representative Wyman Duggan (District 15)

Representative Jason Fischer (Chair, District 16)

U.S. House of Representatives

Representative John Rutherford (4th District)

  • Jacksonville office: 904-831-5205
  • DC office: 202-225-2501
  • E-mail 

Representative Al Lawson (5th District)

  • Jacksonville office: 904-354-1652
  • DC office: 202-225-0123
  • E-mail

U.S. Senate

Senator Marco Rubio

  • Jacksonville office: 904-354-3400
  • DC office: 202-224-3041
  • E-mail

Senator Rick Scott 

  • Tallahassee office: 850-942-8415
  • DC office: 202-224-5274
  • E-mail

 

Upcoming Event

EDDY Awards

  • Date: Friday, Jan 17, 2020
  • Time: 7:00PM to 10:00PM
  • Where: Hyatt Regency, 220 E Coastline Drive
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2019 Education Poll

Support for half-cent tax 

In JPEF's 2019 Public Perceptions Poll, the Jacksonville community said once again they would support a small tax for schools.

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Did You Know?

85.1 % of students district-wide graduated high school in 2018, a record high.

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