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The Foundation for LCS

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 get help impact our public schools, click here!

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LCS News Updates

  • Honoring Sheriff's Deputy Chris Smith

    Leon County Schools joins the entire community in expressing our grief over the senseless loss of Sheriff’s Deputy Chris Smith in the line of duty. We extend our profound appreciation for the courage and selflessness of all of our first responders. Our thoughts and prayers are with Deputy Smith’s family and the Leon County Sheriff’s Office. I am asking that flags at all of our schools be lowered to half-mast for the remainder of the work week. There will be a community candle light vigil this evening at the Dick Howser Baseball Stadium beginning at 7:00pm.

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  • VIDEO: Astoria Park Warms Up With Chili Cook-Off

    Astoria Park Elementary kicked off their annual Chili Cook Off with a Community Conversation featuring Superintendent Jackie Pons.

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  • VIDEO: Pineview Joins Million Book Challenge

    Students at Pineview Elementary accept the Million Book Challenge during a visit with Superintendent Jackie Pons.

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  • VIDEO: Arts & Music Get Boost !

    Superintendent Pons stopped by Raa Middle School to deliver a special announcement that will financially impact art and music programs throughout LCS middle schools.

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  • VIDEO: Gilchrist Cuts A Ribbon To Outdoor Learning

    Last year Gilchrist students collected aluminum cans and tops. Local artists melted the material and created a sculpture that will be unveiled as part of the outdoor classroom project.

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