Frank Nims Middle is named for the late Principal Robert Frank Nims. Mr. Nims was the assistant principal of the Old Lincoln High School, under Cecil Walker, and the principal from 1955-1958. Robert Frank Nims was born into one of the few well-known African-American families in Tallahassee. His mother was an educator and his father ran a local meat market in Frenchtown, a predominately African-American section of Tallahassee. Robert Frank Nims was affectionately called “Frank” by all family and friends. His parents were always supportive and played an involved role in Frank’s educational growth. As a younger boy, Frank would help out after school in his father’s meat market. He attended Lucy Moten Developmental Research School (FAMU High School) and graduated from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College. He and his wife, who was superintendent at Bethel A.M.E Church, had no children, but treated students as if they were their very own. Robert Frank Nims was an outstanding educator, administrator, and innovator. He earned the respect of his staff, students and Superintendent Amos P. Godby.
Parents of Students in Exceptional Student Education: Between February 1 and May 31, please complete the ESE Parent Survey conducted by the Florida Department of Education: www.esesurvey.com
LCS is once again partnering with WCTV and Second Harvest of the Big Bend to collect peanut butter and jelly for hungry children and their families. Send jars of peanut butter and jelly (plastic only please) to the front office Monday April 1st through Friday April 12th.
Spring Break Office Hours:
The front office will be open to the public and for deliveries, to include US mail Monday 3/18 and Tuesday 3/19. The office will be closed the remainder of the week.
Title 1 Family Engagement Survey