Tallahassee Area Coalition Center of Excellence

Postponed-Fall Induction 2018

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2018 -2019 NAS School Year At a Glance

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2018-19 School Year Planning Meeting

Advisory Board Quarterly Meeting 6.21.18

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2018 Summer Youth Employment Opportunity

April Monthly Meeting:What's Your Score

Black History Brain Bowl 2018 - And the Trophies go to

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2018 Black History Celebration

Dr. LaToya Lee, MD

Contact Information

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    Tallahassee Area Coalition Center of  Excellence (TACCOE) 

     National Achievers Society (NAS) 2018-19
     
     Dr. Malinda James
     
     
    Malinda Jackson James, Ph.D., Director

    Tallahassee Area Coalition Center of Excellence

    8688 Alexandrite Court

    Tallahassee, FL 32309

    (850) 878 - 8770

    taccoe_nas2016@yahoo.com

     
     
     
     
     

Black History Program February 26, 2018

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Achiever Elegance and Excellence

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I-10 Connection- Historical Tour 2016-17 School Year

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January 2018 Meeting Reminder

Announcing 2017 Spring Enrollment Opportunity

  • Dr. Malinda James

     

    The Tallahassee Area Coalition Center of Excellence in partnership with Leon County Schools, announces its Spring 2017 National Achievers/Believers Society Induction. The Induction date is scheduled for Friday, June 2, 2017. The application period is April 1st  – May 15th. Applications will also be sent out via the Leon County Schools District Electronic Mail System (email). Students in grades 1st – 11th enrolled in Public, Private or Charter Schools located in Leon, Gadsden, or Jefferson Counties are eligible to apply. Questions may be directed to Dr. Malinda Jackson James, Center Director at: taccoe_nas2016@yahoo.com   

    Achiever Application Information

    Believer Application Information

     Malinda Jackson James, Ph.D., Director

    Tallahassee Area Coalition Center of Excellence

    8688 Alexandrite Court

    Tallahassee, FL 32309

    (850) 878 - 8770

    taccoe_nas2016@yahoo.com

    Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.”

    -James A. Baldwin

End of School Year 2016-17 Events You Must Attend

Announcement

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    Junior and Senior females, please see the message below.

    Dr. JJ

     

    The Junior League of Tallahassee (JLT)Now Accepting Teen Board Applications

     
     
     

    2017-2018 Teen Board Applications  are due no later than Friday, April 28, 2017, and should be submitted via email to teenboard@jltallahassee.org.

      

    From: Denise O. James [mailto:deniseojames@gmail.com]
    Sent: Monday, April 24, 2017 3:09 PM
    To: Denise O. James
    Subject: Deadline: Friday, April 28 - Junior League of Tallahassee Teen Board applications for next year
     
     
     
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  • New Opportunity - Dr. Alain Locke Oratorical Contest

     

    Alain L. Locke

    Parents and NAS Students,

    I encourage you to try out for this competition. It is a wonderful stepping stone in preparation for your growth in the area of Public Speaking. Please let me know if you will sign up. Dr. JJ

     

     

    Malinda W. Jackson James, Ph.D.

    M.W. James & Associates, LLC

    8688 Alexandrite Court

    Tallahassee, FL 32309

    850-878-8770

    Mjackson60@embarqmail.com

     

    Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.”

    -James A. Baldwin

     

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     Ladies Learningto Lead

    PRESS RELEASE

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 7, 2017
         FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
                   British Solomon                                  

     Marketing & Communications Coordinator

    Ladies Learning to Lead (L3)

    901-574-2465 
     
    british@l3ladies.org

      

    7th Annual L3 Leadership Conference Offers Scholarships for Girls to Attend

                TALLAHASSEE-Ladies Learning to Lead (L3) will host their 7th Annual Leadership Conference for middle school and high school girls on May 19th and 20th at Florida State University's Center for Leadership and Social Change.

    Applications are now being accepted from girls in the State of Florida and South Georgia for this fun, two-day overnight event. Young ladies will learn about STEM careers, entrepreneurship, college preparation, and have an opportunity to network and gain mentorship from influential women from across the U.S. Workshops and sessions will focus on professional development in the areas of resume writing, interview preparation, professional dress, self-esteem building, health and wellness, financial management, and more.

    From the help of sponsors like Florida Blue, Walmart, and Comcast, along with local donors, L3 is providing scholarships to 200 young ladies this year. Girls must complete the college-focused application, which will require an essay, GPA of 2.0 or better, and community leadership and service. Applications will be reviewed and accepted based on all requirements. The scholarship includes lodging, meals, and materials. L3 also provides business clothing, business cards, gifts, and major prizes like Disney World tickets for top applicants.  The application deadline is March 31, 2017. Girls can apply online at www.L3ladies.org.

    For those interested in giving, L3 is in need of in-kind items for the girl's bags, business clothing, and sponsorship, which is $150 per girl. For giving online visit the L3 website at www.L3ladies.org or contact Executive Director, Samantha Vance at 850.445.3144 or sam@l3ladies.org.

    Ladies Learning to Lead is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to empower young ladies to become leaders by building confidence, character, and leadership skills to prepare them for college, careers, and life.

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  • Ms. Sha'Rhonda you will be missed

    Ms. Sha'Rhonda

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  • Pictures/Videos Share videos/pictures taken at Black History Program. I am asking that you would email your pictures to me as soon as possible so we can get them up on our website to share.

    Dr. JJ

     Malinda W. Jackson James, Ph.D.

    M.W. James & Associates, LLC

    8688 Alexandrite Court

    Tallahassee, FL 32309

    850-878-8770

    Mjackson60@embarqmail.com

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May 2017 Message- Dr. James

Fall Induction 2017-Apply today!

NAS Family --Be a part of the 2017-18 Annual Planning Meeting, Aug.25.17

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