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    Tuesday, March 31, 2020


    Extended Day Enrichment Program, Credits


    Good morning/afternoon parents and guardians,


    I hope all is well with you and your family,

    Program Credits:  All parents that paid cycle 8 fees will receive credit for missed days in cycle 8.  As of now we are unable to issue refund checks for days missed in cycle 8. 

    Per the Commissioner of Education, school campuses will be closed until Friday, May 1, or until further notice.

    Please do not make any online payments until further notice.


    Stay Safe!

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  • Questions?  Please call APES at 850-488-4673 during the day, between 8:00am-3:00pm.

    After hours LCS HOT LINE: Call 850-518-0077 between 3:00pm-6:00pm.


    Parent Questions and Answers:

    Q- How can parents get the LCS student work packets?

    Work packets for Prek-12 grade are located online (link on the school website).  If needed, parent can pick up a printed copy at the school.  APES will have printed packets in grade level boxes located outside the front office door.


    Q- Do students need to complete work packets?

    Yes, the expectation is to complete and get grades for assignments.  These grades will be part of their 4th nine weeks grade, and assist in promotion/retention decisions in May.


    Q- How will my child continue learning during the absence from school due to COVID-19?

    • There will be three phases of “transition” into distance learning for LCS.
    • March 23-30: All students were considered to be on an extended “Spring Break” until Monday, March 30th.
    • March 30-April 10: Beginning on Monday, March 30th, students are provided with review packets of academic materials created by LCS curriculum developers. The review packets will be available either online at, school websites, or in paper form for pick up at school sites, or at food distribution sites.

    In the two weeks between March 30th and April 13th, teachers and schools will be moving to distance learning using a blended model.  All teachers will be in contact by April 1.

    • April 13 and beyond: Beginning on April 13th, schools and teachers will be delivering distance                          learning. Specific communication regarding students learning from home  for instruction for April 13th and beyond will come from school sites. 


    Q- How can my child complete the review packets provided if they do not have computer or internet access? 

    Printed packets will be available at APES, as mentioned above.

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    Tallahassee Kiwanis Club, Evangel Church and Klean Kutz Barbershop.

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  • Extended Day Enrichment Program


    Our wonderful Extended Day Enrichment Program is located under the tab above "Programs and EDEP"  

    All information needed is there.


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  • In an effort to go paperless LCS has created an online registration system for the 2019-2020 school year!


         A few things to keep in mind:

    • If your student is currently attending Pre-K at a Leon County School or you were approved for School Choice, you do NOT need to complete this registration.

    • You are still required to bring in the following documents after completing the registration process:

    1. Birth Certificate

    2. Medical forms (Physical and Immunization Records)

    3. TWO Proofs of residency

    • Lease, Mortgage Statement, Property Tax Receipt, or Homestead Exemption


    • Utility Bill


    Please use the link below to complete the registration for Kindergarteners or students who are new to Leon County Schools.



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