FLCCA—Duval 2017–2018 School Year Seat Availability
School Capacity 789
Current Enrollment 416
Available Seats 373
FLCCA Duval Board and Operation Policies
Florida Cyber Charter Academy at Duval is governed by a Board comprised of community leaders. Public notice of our board meetings and posted board documents can be found here.
Members of the Board
Larry E. Williams, Chairperson
Larry Williams has over 25 years of progressive experience in both business and government sectors including expertise in Developing Strategies and Policies, Building Coalitions, Government Relations, Legislative Affairs, Public Relations, Communications, Public Speaking, Research, Recruiting, Training, Finance, Sales and Information Technology. Larry served in the Florida House of Representatives as the Legislative Aide/Budget and Policy Director for State Representative Janet H. Adkins from 2008–2012, and retired from U.S. military service in November 2005. He currently has his own consulting firm specializing in consulting and lobbying services. Larry was the Gubernatorial Appointee for the Northeast Florida Regional Council Board of Directors and has served on a plethora of Government committees throughout his career.
Charlene Sprague, Secretary, Parent Liaison
Charlene Sprague is a graduate of Edward H. White High School and Florida Community College at Jacksonville (Associates in Arts). She then worked at Prudential Insurance Company for 13 years before becoming a stay-at-home mom. Sprague has been an active PTA member, homeroom mom, and has logged more than 150 volunteer hours at the Duval County brick and mortar schools that her two children attended. She was also a Substitute Teacher in Duval County. Beginning January, 2008, Sprague started her journey as a Virtual School Learning Coach for her children who are currently entering 7th and 9th grades. Since then, she has been an advocate for public virtual education. As a governing board member Sprague intends to provide a perspective to virtual education not all board members possess, having participated in three different public virtual programs.
Deborah Palmer, Board Member
Deborah Palmer, is currently pursuing a BSET in Information Systems Technology with a specialization in Cyber Security, at Daytona State College. While at Daytona State, she has served as a student ambassador and president of REGROUP (a support and networking club for non-traditional students) and the Culinary Club. She left her career as a manager for the Florida Prepaid College Program’s administrative contractor to be a stay-at-home mom for her two children in 2001. She has held positions at her children’s public, private and virtual schools since 1993, in various volunteer roles, including serving on PTA, SAC and extra-curricular activity boards and has worked closely with the Volusia County School Board with the implementation of their drop-out prevention program at the Storefront West School.
Erika Pruett, School Liaison
FLCCA Duval Board Meetings
Next meeting dates for the Northeast Florida Virtual School Board (DUVAL & CLAY)
February 28, 2017 at 10:00 AM in the FLCCA Board Meeting Room (virtually).
Please see the Duval Board Archive page for the Past Board Meeting Minutes.
Annual Financial Audit
Instructions for Presentations to the Board by Parents and Citizens
The Florida Cyber Charter Academy (School) welcomes your participation at the School Board meetings. The purpose for the public meeting of the Board of Directors (Board) is to conduct the affairs of the School in public. We are pleased that you are in attendance and hope that you will visit these meetings often. Your participation assures us of continuing community interest in our school. To assist you in the ease of speaking/participating in our meetings, the following guidelines are provided.
Agendas are available to all audience members upon request.
“Requests to Speak” forms are available to all audience members who wish to speak on any agenda items or under the general category of “Communications” or for conference call attendees by so signifying at the beginning of "Communications". Download the Request to Speak form [PDF]
The “Public Comment” portion is set-aside for members of the audience to address items on the published agenda. Audience members may offer objective criticisms of school operations and programs, but the Board will not hear complaints about school personnel or other persons during a public session. The process for complaints involving school personnel or other persons are provided through other channels. The Board will not generally respond to remarks made in this manner during the meeting, but may issue a written response after the meeting. These presentations are limited to three (3) minutes. Extensions of time will be at the sole discretion of the Board Chair.
When addressing the Board, speakers are requested to state their name and address from the podium and adhere to the time limits set forth.
Individuals may request that a topic related to school business be placed on future agenda by submitting a written request at least two (2) weeks or ten (10) working days.