Leon County Schools

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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, click here!

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LCS News Updates

  • VIDEO: Giselle Marsh Named Glenn-Howell Distinguished Educator of the Year

    On March 5th, Giselle Marsh, the principal of Raa Elementary School was honored with the 2015 Glenn-Howell Distinguished Educator of the Year award.

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  • Arts News from COCA: March Arts in Education Newsletter

    COCA's free monthly Arts in Education Newsletter is full of funding sources, student arts contests & opportunities, news & research, local kudos, and other items of particular interest to educators.

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  • UPDATE: LCS Continues to suspend online FSA testing

    Leon County Schools has made the decision to continue to suspend all online FSA testing. It is evident that the technical issues that occurred yesterday with the online test are occurring again today throughout the state.

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  • Arts News from COCA: week of 3-2-15

    COCA's Monday email - "MoreThanYouThought.com This Week" - gives you a list all of the arts and cultural events in our area!

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  • LCS Delays All online FSA Testing

    Today, Superintendent Pons sent a letter to Commissioner Stewart at the Florida Department of Education. The letter addresses issues and problems being experienced throughout the state in regards to the online version of the FSA testing. Superintendent Pons has decided to delay administering the test until assurances are given by the Department of Education that the test will be able to be administered without problems or cause for concern. Testing will continue in those cases where the test is being completed with paper and pencil--sixth and seventh grade. Click through to read the letter.

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