Public Records Request
Please note: Student transcripts are NOT considered public records. To request a copy of a high school transcript please call 850-482-1200 ext. 30238
Florida Statute 119.01, referred to as the Florida Sunshine Law, governs the public’s right to inspect and obtain copies of public records. The Office of the Attorney General’s Government-In-The-Sunshine Manual contains additional helpful information, including summaries of what exemptions apply to public records requests.
All public records subject to and not exempt from disclosure pursuant to Florida Statutes shall be available for inspection or copying during normal office hours at the District Office or other School Board offices in which records are maintained under procedures adopted by the Superintendent in accordance with applicable law.
Anyone can request a public record in person, verbally over the telephone, in an email or in writing or through this request link: https://jacksoncountyschoolboardfl.justfoia.com/publicportal/home/track
You do not have to give your name or explain why you are making a request. There may be a fee associated with your request. If so, you will be notified in advance. Charges for copies of public records not exceeding 8 ½ X 14 in size shall be 15¢ for each one sided copy or 20¢ for each two sided copy, unless a different fee is otherwise prescribed or permitted by Florida Statutes. Other costs may include clerical/supervisor time (includes research and redaction time) and delivery fee (mailing and shipping); charged as incurred.
In making your request please provide a clear concise description of the records that you are seeking. Please avoid acronyms. If you are requesting emails, searches of emails should include:
-Date range for the requested email messages
-Identify email accounts or individual names for emails that should be searched
-Keywords to use during a search
In order for us to provide you the best response to your request, please carefully consider the information that will be useful to you. Very broad requests can take longer to fulfill and may become costly. The requested information will be provided in a reasonable period of time under normal conditions, unless such information is considered to be confidential or exempt from public records disclosure.
For more information contact:
Aaron Day Deputy Superintendent/Public Records Custodian
2903 Jefferson Street
Marianna, FL 32446
850-482-1200 ext 30226