Pinellas County Schools is a school system that operates various elementary, middle and high schools. It has an annual enrollment of more than 800 students in New Jersey. The district also operates a dropout prevention school that has an enrollment of more than 4,000 students and conducts classes to students in kindergarten through grade twelve. Pinellas County Schools curriculum includes English, social studies, mathematics, arts, music and computer science. It has a board of education that formulates policies and handles issues related to reporting violence, vandalism, alcohol and drug abuse. The district also maintains a juvenile detention center that is a cooperative program between the Department of Juvenile Justice and the School Board of Pinellas County in Florida.