Leon County Schools

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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

  • VIDEO: Real Life Forrest Gump Visits LCS

    He's been called a real life Forrest Gump. The only person who has walked all 50 states in 365 days. Recently, Leon County Schools Working on Wellness brought Mr. Robert Sweetgall to their Healthy Schools Wellness Champions Training to reinforce the importance of exercise and education.

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  • VIDEO: Therapy Dog Helps Students Read

    A therapy dog at Swift Creek Middle School has become a companion to students. Kirby, who happens to be a rescue dog, comes to school every Wednesday and works as a non-judgmental listener as students read to him.

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  • VIDEO: Swift Creek In The Superintendent's Spotlight

    Swift Creek Middle School Principal Sue Rishell brings an interesting guest during her recent appearance in the Superintendent's Spotlight.

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  • VIDEO: Foundation for LCS Hits Goal With Soiree

    The Foundation for Leon County Schools held their annual fundraiser, Friends of the Foundation Soiree at Goodwood Museum. The event featured a fantastic silent auction, entertainment by teachers and students, and great food. The Foundation met their goal by raising $57,000, which enabled them to send $114,000 of total matched money directly back to our students and teachers.

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  • VIDEO: Million Book Challenge Moves Forward at Riley

    Superintendent Jackie Pons sat down with students at John G. Riley Elementary to read "This Book Just Ate My Dog" The morning visit is part of a Million Book challenge issued by the Superintendent to students.

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