• School Hours
    School Hours: 8:30AM - 2:50PM
    Before School Supervision 7:45-8:25AM
    After School School Supervision 2:50PM-3:20PM
    Tardy: After 8:30AM - Please come to the office and get a tardy pass for your child.

    “The Leon County School District does not discriminate against any person on the basis of sex (including transgender status, gender nonconforming, and gender identity), marital status, sexual orientation, race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, age, color, pregnancy, disability, or genetic information.”

    Transportation Changes 
    Transportation Home: Changes must be submitted by a note to the teacher or call the school at 488-7322. Changes cannot be made after 2:15 PM.

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    School Tours
    Tours are scheduled, so please call 488-7322 if you are interested in a Hartsfield tour. 

    School Plans
    The Hartsfield 2016-2017 Parent Involvement Plan and Title 1 Plan are available for review in the “Our School” section under “Forms and Reports.”  These plans, as well as the 2016-2017 School Improvement Plan, are available in print at our front office. 

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Around the District

  • LCS & The Great American Eclipse: Teacher Involvement

    “We stopped by the annual Science teachers meeting and spoke to a few teachers about how their class will be participating in the Great American Solar Eclipse. Many of our schools will have lesson plans focused on this event, here are three examples…” August 16, 2017

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  • LCS & The Great American Eclipse

    LCS has launched a series of videos in preparation for the eclipse. Happy viewing!

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  • Famous Tallahassee Weather Expert gives Eclipse Information (VIDEO INTERVIEW)

    If you didn’t know, Tallahassee is home to a famous weather expert who is very excited about the Eclipse. During our interview with him, we learned some great facts about the event this Monday. Plus, he is sharing a live stream from his massive telescope to anyone who wants to watch. See the Squirrel? Press his nose to play the video.

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  • Faces From First Day: Apalachee Video

    So how was your first day of school? Our cameras caught the faces of students arriving at Apalachee Tapestry Magnet School of the Arts. Special thanks to Michael Byrd for letting us behind the scenes.

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    Our dismissal time on Monday will be at 3:30 PM.









    The solar eclipse will occur on Monday, August 21st. With much consideration for the safety of all, students will remain inside during the solar eclipse (2:00 PM-3:15 PM); however, they will view the eclipse via their classroom Smartboard by using a link provided by NASA. For more information from Principal Blackwell-Flanagan, CLICK HERE


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    Thank you neighbor Rick Groshong! He is one of our good neighbors in the Indian Head Acres neighborhood who has taken the initiative of installing a collection box for Box Tops and Coca-cola reward codes at Optimist Park at the Little Free Library. Neighbors are dropping off their Box Tops there and he is delivering them to the Hartsfield. 

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    Thank you for donating school supplies to Hartsfield!

    Banana Republic















    Alex Hatten-Banana Republic Factory Outlet, Kelli Walker-Leon County Schools, Dr. Blackwell-Flanagan-Principal, Ms. Thompson-AP, Mary Matthews-Communities in Schools


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    Costco donated over 100 backpacks to Hartsfield. Thanks you!













    Mr. Landrum, Dean,   Armando Zapata, Costco General Manager,   Ms. Thompson, AP,   Dr. Blackwell-Flanagan, Principal,   Tifarrah Alford, Costco Marketing Manager


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    Does your child has a medical condition that may require medication or assistance during the school year?   New forms are required at the beginning of each school year.  

    School forms that you may need for your child are available on the School Health page of the Florida Department of Health in Leon County’s website:  or

    through a link on the Leon County Schools homepage: 

    If you are unable to access the necessary forms or are unsure of the forms you may need, please call the School Health Division at the Florida Department of Health in Leon County at 606-8150. Please contact your provider to request completion of the necessary forms.

    Karla K. Bass, RN BSN
    Senior Community Health Nurse
    School Health Division


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    STEAM stands for the integration of science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics education. Twenty-three elementary schools teams participated in the day's activities. Below are photos of Hartsfield's STEAM team.

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    Our "Hartsfield Chorus" has done it again! They were awarded "Grand Champions"  in the Choral Division" (had the highest scores in choral categories for Elementary-High School), Straight Superiors and 1st Place Show Choir, Straight Superiors and 1st Place Concert Choir, and 2 Outstanding Soloists selected from adjudicators: "Ashley Glenn and Jada Turner." 

    Chorus 2017

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    There is a convenient way to get updates and information from Hartsfield Elementary School right on your phone.  Please click on this link to join our class:  (For reference, our class code is @frankha.     Remind is a free, safe, and easy way for us to reach you with important information. You can choose to receive notifications by text, email, or the app.  Having trouble? Go here:


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    under construction


        January 2017 - late spring 2017

    To improve pedestrian safety and mobility along the Lafayette Street Service Road and East Indianhead Drive, the City of Tallahassee will soon begin construction of the Lafayette Paseo Multimodal Corridor Project.  The work mainly includes construction of sidewalks, storm drain,  inlets, water and sewer adjustments, and repaving of the roadways within the project limits. Click here for more information.


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