Leon County Schools

  • Our New Employee Job Application System (ATS) launches December 6, 2021. To learn more, click this link to learn what steps are needed to create your new account and application profile

    Scroll down on the homepage to see the instructions in the orange box or jump right in @ https://www.leonschools.net/ATS  

  • For detailed information on how LCS is managing our COVID-19 response, please visit the In Class website. @ https://www.leonschools.net/InClass
    For Quarantine / Exposure Specific protocols please visit - https://www.leonschools.net/Quarantine 

LCS Announcements

  • New Employee Job Application System (ATS) - Effective December 6, 2021

    Step 1: Create an Account You will need to create an account with a username and password when you first begin. Once your account has been created, you may return to update your application, add attachments, or view your application. 

    Step 2: Complete your Application You may exit the program at any time and return to complete it at your convenience. 

    Step 3: Apply for Open Positions Once you have completed your application, you may apply for any open position. While logged-in click on the Jobs tab and select the jobs for which you would like to apply. (Jobs will be posted on the ATS System beginning December 6, 2021.)

    To start creating your acct, click the link  - https://www.leonschools.net/ATS

    Beginning December 6, 2021, anyone interested in applying for a job with Leon County Schools must create a new application and profile using our new Applicant Tracking System.

    Leon County Schools will be retiring the old Paperless Applicant Tracking System (PATS) and it will no longer be used as of December 5, 2021. No existing accounts or information from PATS will be carried over to the new system. You can begin creating a new profile TODAY.

    For questions regarding the new ATS system please contact ATS Support at 1-855-955-0946 or by email at businessoperations@powerschool.com.

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Welcome to Leon County Schools

  • The beautiful city of Tallahassee, Florida is home to the Leon County School District. Our district has 32,000 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.

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

     

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  • Foundation for Leon County Schools
  • Volunteer 850.487.7800
  • Mentoring 850.487.7800
  • LCS News
  • Fortify Fl App
  • I.T. HelpDesk
  • Student Transcripts / Records
  • Professional Learning
  • Human Resources
  • Employee Resources
  • Office365 Webmail
  • Forms Directory
  • Public Records Requests
  • School Board

LCS at a Glance

  • 49 Number of schools
  • 32,000+ Total Students
  • 14:1 Student/faculty ratio
  • 2,328 Classroom Teachers
  • 12.7 Avg # years of teaching experience
  • $8,149 Total Costs Per Pupil
  • 42% Faculty with Adv degrees (Masters or Higher)
  • 94.4% (Top 5 in state) Graduation Rate
  • 64.3% of Seniors choose a Florida College
  • Over 4,000 Digital Tools / Industry Certs Annually
  • 6,500+ Employees hired from local area
  • Over $10,000,000+ In scholarship money earned each year by students
  • 106 Languages spoken by students in the district

Around the District

  • Teacher of the Year TOP FIVE FINALISTS

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  • Anti-Bulling Week - One Kind Word (Video)

    When a bully uses name-calling it can cause their victim to feel depressed and hopeless. Watch what Hartsfield Elementary students are doing to fight bullying in their school.

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  • Pink Party 2021👩‍🎤🎆

    Each October, Leon County Schools joins people all over the world, showing support for those affected by breast cancer. #breastcancerawarenessmonth The district office hosted a "Pink Party" on Friday, October 22. Our thanks to everyone who helped paint the district pink this month!

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Mental Health Resources

  • Mental Health Awareness RibbonThe 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

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