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  • LCS Teachers Build Trust at Superintendent's Leadership Academy

    The Superintendent’s Teacher Leadership Academy helped create new friendships this week…as well as some sore muscles from doing the ropes course at the FSU Reservation. The event also included a keynote presentation from Author Peter DeWitt.

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  • LCS Transportation Department Focuses On Field Trip Safety (VIDEO)

    The Special Operations Department staff at LCS Transportation have been busy this summer producing a training video for Field Trip Safety. We appreciate their hard work and vigilance to keep our students safe in all aspects of transportation.

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  • Hanna Calls on Governor to Veto HB7069

    Superintendent Hanna sent a letter to Florida Governor Rick Scott asking him to veto HB7069. Read more by cicking the picture.

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  • What are Students Giggling About at Buck Lake ??

    The end of the year always brings smiles to the faces of our students. But so does Kahoot ? Ka WHAT ?? Kahoot. It's a fun way to engage students in Math and all other areas of instruction. Fun and learning combined with laughter. Very unique.

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  • LCS Financial Transparency

    LCS believes in transparency. On this page you will find links to the LCS Budget, Labor Contracts, Current Bids with Vendors, School Board Meeting Dates and more. Click the picture or the title for more information.

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LCS Water Quality

The safety of our students and staff is our top priority. To learn more about water quality in Leon County Schools, click on the picture, title, or visit http://www.leonschools.net/waterquality for more information.


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Secondary Social Studies Textbook Adoption

Leon County Schools is currently participating in the state textbook adoption process for social studies in grades 6-12. This process includes a review of print and digital materials by a team of qualified teachers in the field as well as an opportunity for the public to view the content and provide comment. Click here for more information.

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Foundation for Leon County Schools

FLCS  As a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, the Foundation for Leon County Schools provides our schools with innovative programs and resources, that are not supported by tax dollars, to ensure that Leon County remains one of the top performing districts in the state. To learn how you can help impact our public schools, view our event calendar click here!

Community News & Events

  • Tallahassee Arts Guide

    June 19, 2017

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  • COCA's Monthly Arts in Education Newsletter

    June 13, 2017

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  • Tallahassee Arts Guide

    June 12, 2017

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  • Arts News from COCA: Ruediger Students Light Up Studies with Highway Signs

    June 7, 2017

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