Washington County School district serves as the fiscal agent and district of record for PAEC.
Patient care services at Healthcare Clinic locations at Walgreens are provided by Take Care Health Services, an independently owned professional corporation whose licensed healthcare professionals are not employed by or agents of Walgreen Co., or its subsidiaries, including Take Care Health Systems, LLC.
PAEC Cooperative State Purchasing is a member of the Association of Educational Purchasing Agencies (AEPA) and managed by the Panhandle Area Educational Consortium (PAEC).
As a member of AEPA, Florida can now save significant dollars by purchasing goods and services through combined purchasing volume of 26 states representing over 25 million students. The Panhandle Area Educational Consortium, located in Chipley, is Florida’s oldest regional educational consortium.
Since the creation of PAEC in 1967, our school districts have benefited from shared services made available through leading edge technology.
Over the decades, we have prided ourselves in being one of Florida’s leaders in multi-district initiatives.
Likewise, many of the sports camps reached maximum capacity with record numbers this year, resulting in a nine percent total increase for camps/academies across campus compared to last year and an 106 percent total increase since 2012.
Summer conferences and events drew 37 groups to the SLU campus, with a three percent increase in the number of guests.
Significant new, larger and longer conferences included the Graduate Orthodontic Residents Program and the Ignatian Spirituality Conference.
Summer studies focuses on supporting, developing, implementing and highlighting the numerous summer opportunities for Pre-K-12th grade students; encouraging high school and college students to take advantage of summer course offerings; and establishing SLU as a destination for international summer programming and national conferences.
As part of the office of summer studies branding, the Summer At SLU initiative seeks to build community awareness of activities occurring on campus between May and August while increasing the number of visitors, the revenue generated and the University’s level of community engagement – ultimately leading to more prospective SLU students in years to come.
In 2015, 14 new camps and academies were added (bringing the total of Pre-K-12th grade programs to 52), and over 200 scholarships awarded.
Well-known programs such as Camp Invention, Little Medical School and the Campus Recreation Youth Program experienced strong growth much like newer programs such as the Grand Theater Camp, Grand Arts Camp and International Business Academy.