•  Welcome to the Grants Office...

    This website is designed to assist schools and community partners in finding grants, developing proposals and managing grants awarded.  See below for links to sites we have found helpful when searching for grant opportunities.


  • Summer is here!!

    As you take a break for summer remember that it is a busy time for grants. Utilize the links below to search for classroom grants, and please call us if we can help. Have a relaxing and safe summer!

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  • Ashley Scott
    Grants Coordinator
    Leon County Schools
    3955 West Pensacola Street
    Tallahassee, FL 32304

  • Envisioneer Logo

    We are pleased to announce that our new Envisioneer is Dr. Christopher Small of Springwood Elementary School. He will serve as our teacher liaison for local school events and initiatives. You can read more about his activities throughout the year on our blog.

    With a passion for educational administration and the academic success of at-risk youth, Dr. Christopher Small has made it his personal goal to build self-esteem, character, leadership and integrity in every student.

    In 2006, Dr. Small began his work in the public school system as a 5th grade Science teacher and Dean of Students at Jefferson Elementary School in Monticello, FL. His time and dedication while at Jefferson Elementary School resulted in the school moving from an “F” to a “C” in one year. Subsequently, he was hired in the Leon County School District where he worked as the Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction at R. Frank Nims Middle School. His work with the teachers, students, and parents while at Nims also resulted in moving the only “F” rated school in Leon County to a “C” in one year.

    His current position as the proud Principal of Springwood Elementary School in Tallahassee has taken him to new heights in vision and leadership as he aspires to dedicate his talents to seeing Springwood move to an “A” school.

Last Modified on June 27, 2017