• [ALERT] There is no school Friday, Oct. 3. District offices will be closed as well.
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  • Free GED® Practice test Oct. 2

    The official GED® practice test will be offered free from from 1 to 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 2 at the main campus of Adult & Community Education (also known as ACE) at 283 Trojan Trail.

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  • VIDEO: Woodville Hosts Community Conversation

    Woodville Elementary Principal Taita Scott kicked off the 2014-15 Community Conversation tour with Superintendent Jackie Pons. Woodville is the first in a 10 school schedule offering the community a chance to ask questions and visit with Superintendent Pons.

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  • Million Book Challenge

    Superintendent Pons challenged every school in the district to read 1,000,000 books this school year. In the 2013-2014 school year, LCS read approximately 800,000 books. LCS schools will work to accomplish this challenge through: the Accelerated Reader program, Summer Reading, Book Clubs, the United Way’s Reading Pals Volunteer program, Novel Studies, and so many other creative literacy ideas that will be going on in our schools every day.

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  • W.T. Moore In The Superintendent's Spotlight

    W.T. Moore Principal Sue Kraul brought a Hawaiian flavor to the Leon County School Board Meeting. W.T. Moore kicked off the first of a year long Spotlight Segment from Superintendent Jackie Pons.

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  • VIDEO: Apalachee Accepts Million Book Challenge

    Principal Iris Wilson and students of Apalachee Elementary accept Superintendent Jackie Pon's challenge to read 1,000,000 books

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