Mental Health Resources

  • Mental Health Awareness Ribbon The School District of Leon County recognizes that Mental Health encompasses social, emotional, and behavioral health and the ability to cope with life’s challenges. LCS’s mental health initiatives consist of a continuum of supports for student mental health wellness inclusive of school-based mental health service providers and community-based mental health professionals. Please visit the LCS Mental Health webpage to explore an assortment of supports for students and families to ensure success.

    https://www.leonschools.net/mentalhealth

Covid-19 Cases

  • Wednesday, January 20, 2021

    Students

    Woodville -1

    Lincoln -2

    Gilchrist -2

    Hartsfield -1

    Chiles -2

    Killearn Lakes -1

    Sabal Palm -1

    Sullivan -3

    Employee

    Conley -1

    Chiles -1

    Sabal Palm -1

     

    Update at 1/21/21 at 9:45am

    See our dashboard and previous daily reports here. 

    The dashboard lists Covid-19 positive individuals that have been on a campus within the previous 72 hours. 

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  • R Frank Nims Opens Pre-Law Magnet

    R. Frank Nims Middle School just became one of the few middle schools in the state of Florida to offer a Pre-Law Magnet program, and is the first of its kind in North Florida

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  • Leon County School Board Meeting Replay

    Miss the Leon County School Board Meeting? Catch the replay on our YouTube channel by clicking the image to the left. (Original broadcast date: January 12, 2021)

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  • Local Student Film Award Winners 🎬

    The Northeast Leon Society for Arts and Culture (NELSAC) recently announced the winners of their Student Online Short Film Contest. All of the winners were Leon County School students. Kraft Nissan kindly provides funds for film contest cash prizes and Tiburoso Films provides the Director of Best Contest Film a Β½ Day, on-location film shoot. Congrats to all of the winners! For more information about NELSAC, visit www.nelsac.org.

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  • Tow Truck Drivers Create Parade At Everhart (VIDEO)

    Tallahassee Tow truck drivers wanted to make sure students at Gretchen Everhart had a chance to see Santa. They decorated their trucks and made a parade just for our students!

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Welcome to Leon Schools!

  • Welcome to Leon County Schools in the beautiful city of Tallahassee, Florida. Our district is home to over 34,000 students, 2,400 teachers and a total of 4,300 employees. We are committed to providing a world class educational experience in a safe and positive environment.

    You can find our superintendent here and our school board here.

    If you would like to volunteer or become a mentor call 850-487-7800. 

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    To request any public records from LCS please visit www.leonschools.net/publicrecords

    If you are a former LCS student and wish to request a transcript or any other information,  please  go to https://leonfl.scriborder.com.

    If we can assist in anyway please email us here or call 850-487-7100.

    Thank you for your continued support of our school system.  

  • LCS Financial Transparency

    LCS believes in transparency. On this page you will find links to the LCS Budget, Labor Contracts, Current Bids with Vendors, School Board Meeting Dates and more. CLICK THE TITLE TO BE DIRECTED TO THE APPROPRIATE PAGE.

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  • Public Records Requests

    Florida has a very broad Public Records Law. Virtually all written communications to or from School Board of Leon County, Florida Personnel are public records available to the public and media upon request. E-mail sent or received on the LCSB system will be considered public and will only be withheld from disclosure if deemed confidential pursuant to State Law. Individual student records are deemed confidential. To request any public records from LCS please visit www.leonschools.net/publicrecords

  • Foundation for Leon COunty Schools

    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 help impact our public schools click here!
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