Yearbooks will go home with students who pre-ordered a book on Friday, May 18th.
On Monday, May 21st, the remaining yearbooks will be on sale in the front office. They will be $25 , cash (exact change) or money order only. Please know there are very few books available and they will be sold on a first come, first served basis.
All 5th grade students are required to provide 2 current proofs of residence before leaving elementary school. A letter was sent home with all students stating what are acceptable proofs. If you need another copy of the letter, please let your child's teacher know and we can send home another one. Your student will not be given a 6th grade schedule unless your current proofs of residence have been submitted. Please call the front office if you should have any questions.
EDEP 2018 SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION
Registration has begun for Canopy Oaks 2018 Summer Camp! This year's theme is "Under the Sea"! We have a lot of fun and educational events planned for this summer! Summer Camp begins Monday, June 4th and runs every week until Friday, July 27th. The week of the 4th of July will only be 4 days and rates will be adjusted accordingly. Camp hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday. All information can found in the registration packets that are available in the front office. A $50 non-refundable registration fee needs to be paid when the registration packet is submitted to Tracy Malone or the front office. Weekly rates are $150 (Week 5: $120) due the week before your child will attend. Registration payments can be made in the form of check or money order (no cash) to Leon County Schools. Spots are limited. If you have questions, fee free to call Tracy Malone at 414-7366.
Emmy Award-nominated actress Cheryl Hines graduated from Leon High School in 1983. She stopped by her Alma mater to brush up on some improv with drama students. Click the image on the left to see their performances. Copy/paste this link to watch an interview with Mrs. Hines on our Instagram page: http://ow.ly/PC3f30kaF2P
As the school year comes to a close and the final grades come in, Leon County Schools is proud to announce high marks in fiscal responsibility.