IMPORTANT INFORMATION

School Hours
School Hours: 8:15AM - 2:50PM
Before School Supervision 7:45-8:15AM
After School School Supervision 2:50PM-3:20PM
Tardy: After 8:15AM - Please come to the office and get a tardy pass for your child.

 “The Leon County School District does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex (including transgender, gender nonconforming status, sexual orientation and diverse gender identities) marital status, age, ethnicity, religion, military status, pregnancy, disability or genetic information.”

Transportation Changes 
Transportation Home: Changes must be submitted by a note to the teacher or call the school at 488-7322. Changes cannot be made after 2:15 PM.

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School Tours
Tours are scheduled, so please call 488-7322 if you are interested in a Hartsfield tour. 

School Plans
The Hartsfield 2016-2017 Parent Involvement Plan and Title 1 Plan are available for review in the “Our School” section under “Forms and Reports.”  These plans, as well as the 2016-2017 School Improvement Plan, are available in print at our front office. 

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Around the District

  • BRRRR. SNOW DAY VIDEO AT EVERHART

    The annual snow day at Gretchen Everhart always brings a smile to the faces of everyone who attends.

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  • Leon County's Marisa Langley Wins Regional Spelling Bee

    The final word was shuddering. S-H-U-D-D-E-R-I-N-G. You can view the entire competition by clicking on the trophy.

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  • Cobb's Annual Black History Program Part B

    Cobb Middle School hosted their annual Black History Program. Guests included Ms. Westley, Adaryll Lee and the Royal Court. Performances by Black on Black Rhyme, the African Caribbean Dance Theater, the Cobb Orchestra, Choir and Theater Department.

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  • Cobb's Annual Black History Program Part A

    Cobb Middle School hosted their annual Black History Program. Guests included Ms. Westley, Adaryll Lee and the Royal Court. Performances by Black on Black Rhyme, the African Caribbean Dance Theater, the Cobb Orchestra, Choir and Theater Department.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Science fair

     

     

     

     

     

    Every year, students at Hartsfield have the wonderful opportunity to participate in the annual Science Fair. The Science Fair enables the students at Hartsfield to explore science using scientific methods. Every year, we welcome each and every child to participate in this fun, yet challenging event. To understand the science fair and what is required, please CLICK HERE to see the answers to the most commonly asked questions about the Science Fair.


     

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  • Florida Standards Assessment (FSA)
    February 28th 

    FORTH GRADE AND FIFTH GRADE will take the paper-based Florida Standard Assessments (FSA) Grade 4 and Grade 5 ELA Writing assessment on February 28th. Your student will have an opportunity to participate in a practice session to become familiar with the item types and response formats he or she will see on the FSA assessments. If you or your student would like to review the materials, paper-based practice tests and answer keys are available at http://www.fsassessments.org/students-and-families/practice-tests/paperbased-practice-test-materials/. Attached is more information. Forth Grade information  Fifth Grade Information


     

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  • Blast from the Past Dinner Showcase
    Thursday, February 23rd & Friday, February 24th at 6:30pm.  

    Tickets are officially on sale.  This is a show that will allow you to flashback and sing your favorite hits from your childhood. We have some exciting acts planned this year and I am here to ensure you, that you won't be disappointed.  We have acts such as Aretha Franklin, Beach Boys, Tina Turner, Madonna, Prince, Whitney Houston, Destiny Child, etc. CLICK HERE for Flyer.

    This year we would like you to dress in your favorite decade era. Decades consist of 1960s-2000s.  We will have prizes for the best dressed teacher or staff member!  

    General Admission Tickets are $10 per person which includes dinner and regular seating.   

    New: VIP Admission Tickets (are limited): $20 per person which includes dinner, dessert bar, appetizers, special entrance, and seating in the front at a round table.  First Come, First Served. 

    Reserved Table of 8 is $160 (Guaranteed all guests will be sitting together)

    Please see Mrs. Glenn or any chorus student for purchasing. Note: Please indicate what night(s) you would like to attend. 


     

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  • UPDATES AND INFORMATION!

    There is a convenient way to get updates and information from Hartsfield Elementary School right on your phone.  Please click on this link to join our class:  http://www.remind.com/join/frankha.  (For reference, our class code is @frankha.     Remind is a free, safe, and easy way for us to reach you with important information. You can choose to receive notifications by text, email, or the app.  Having trouble? Go here: https://help.remind.com/hc/en-us/articles/203541849.


     

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  • Parent Reading Workshop book
    Wednesday, February 15
    6:00 PM at the Orange Avenue Community Center

    The presenter is FSU professor Dr. Billy Close, who will talk about how reading shaped his life in athletics and academia.  This is a FREE event and there will be dinner after the presentation (Jason’s Deli). There will also be FREE books and school supplies given away.

    Please RSVP by Monday, February 13
    Call Hartsfield: 488-7322 or email: mcdowellj@leonschools.net or return the yellow flyer that will go home Monday.


     

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  • Lafayette Paseo Multimodal Corridor Project 

    under construction

       

        January 2017 - late spring 2017

     
    To improve pedestrian safety and mobility along the Lafayette Street Service Road and East Indianhead Drive, the City of Tallahassee will soon begin construction of the Lafayette Paseo Multimodal Corridor Project.  The work mainly includes construction of sidewalks, storm drain,  inlets, water and sewer adjustments, and repaving of the roadways within the project limits. Click here for more information.


     

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  • Welcome to Hartsfield Assistant Principal Urban

    Ms. Van Camp and Ms. Williams would like for you to join us as we welcome Ms. Lisa Urban to Hartsfield Elementary; she will be serving as Assistant Principal. Ms. Urban has been an administrator in Leon County Schools for eight years and we are very lucky to have her as the newest member of the Hartsfield Family!

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  • CONGRATULATIONS!

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    Carly Lozowski - Hartsfield Teacher of the Year 2016-2017

    Cathy White - Hartsfield Glenn Howell Teacher of the Year 2016-2017

    Reggie Black - Hartsfield School Related Employee 2016-2017


     

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  • WORLD'S FINEST CHOCOLATES

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    Support PTO by participating in their World's Finest Chocolates Spring Fundraiser, which begins Wednesday, February 8th. Look for a brochure in your child's backpack next week. Another way to support PTO is to contribute directly by scrolling down on the right side of webpage to "Donate".

     


     

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  • CONGRATULATIONS DREAMERS AND DOERS


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    Osiris Harris and Jaleah Cohen

    Osiris and Jaleah are two of our esteemed 5th Graders that were recognized at the MLK Breakfast held at the Leon County Civic Center on January 13, 2017. They are perfect examples of many of the beliefs and ideals that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. exhibited throughout his life.


     

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