School Hours
School Hours: 8:15AM - 2:50PM
Before School Supervision 7:45-8:15AM
After School School Supervision 2:50PM-3:20PM
Tardy: After 8:15AM - Please come to the office and get a tardy pass for your child.

 “The Leon County School District does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex (including transgender, gender nonconforming status, sexual orientation and diverse gender identities) marital status, age, ethnicity, religion, military status, pregnancy, disability or genetic information.”

Transportation Changes 
Transportation Home: Changes must be submitted by a note to the teacher or call the school at 488-7322. Changes cannot be made after 2:15 PM.

All volunteers/visitors must sign in at the front office and receive a volunteer/visitor badge.

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School Tours
Tours are scheduled, so please call 488-7322 if you are interested in a Hartsfield tour. 

School Plans
The Hartsfield 2016-2017 Parent Involvement Plan and Title 1 Plan are available for review in the “Our School” section under “Forms and Reports.”  These plans, as well as the 2016-2017 School Improvement Plan, are available in print at our front office. 

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Around the District

  • 6th Annual STEAM Bowl

    Wednesday, May 10, 2016, marked the 6th annual Leon County Schools STEAM Bowl Challenge, this year sponsored by Envision Credit Union. Twenty-three elementary school teams participated in the day’s activities.

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  • Principal's Challenge at W.T. Moore Gets Groovy

    Principal Sue Kraul is back at again, with a year end Principal's Challenge. Her students love the event so much, they beat their reading goals just so they can attend.

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  • What Will You Never Forget About Your Teacher ??

    We asked soon to be graduates to tell us about their favorite teacher. More specifically, what lesson they learned that will stay with them for the rest of their life.

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    What do iPads, Monsters, and Art have in common? Click on the iPad to find out how students at Buck Lake Elementary are learning to draw with an app on their iPads.

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  • Fifth Grade Celebration


    5th The Fifth Grade Celebration will be on Friday, May 26, at 9:00 AM in the Cafeteria followed by a reception in the Media Center. 

    Parking is very limited so please plan accordingly. 



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  • Medication in the School Clinic

    Does your child have medication in the school clinic?  This is a reminder for you to pick up the medication on or before the last day of school.

    Leon County Schools (LCS) medication policy states that medication must be picked up within one week of the ending date on the permission form.  Please remember that students cannot transport medications, therefore, all medication must be picked up by a parent/guardian. Medication that is not picked up within that time period will be disposed of. 

    Please call the school if you have any questions regarding your child’s medication.


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  • Early Release Days - 12:20 PM

    Early Release







    Thursday, Friday, May 25-26 and Tuesday, May 30, 2017


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  • Memorial Day - Monday, May 29

    memorial day










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  • 6th Annual Leon Country Schools STEAM Bowl Challenge

    STEAM stands for the integration of science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics education. Twenty-three elementary schools teams participated in the day's activities. Below are photos of Hartsfield's STEAM team.

    SB 1 SB 2 SB 3











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    CLICK HERE for Suggested Summer Reading List


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    Our "Hartsfield Chorus" has done it again! They were awarded "Grand Champions"  in the Choral Division" (had the highest scores in choral categories for Elementary-High School), Straight Superiors and 1st Place Show Choir, Straight Superiors and 1st Place Concert Choir, and 2 Outstanding Soloists selected from adjudicators: "Ashley Glenn and Jada Turner." 

    Chorus 2017

     Chorus steps








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    Howard award














     Ms. Freeman, Ms. Howard, Ms. Roy, Ms. Ruddell

    Ms. Howard was awarded a scholarship from the Leon Wakulla Retired Educators Association to help further her education in Educational Leadership. Congratulations!


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  • Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day 

    Hartsfield's Teachers/Staff Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.


    Duclo  cummings Glenn Reynolds Rogers williams




















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  • Front Office Building Closed for Makeover

    Our Front Office Building is getting a makeover and will be closed starting Monday, March 13. All Parents and Visitors please check in at our Temporary Front Office located at the front main entrance. Parents, know that safety is our main concern so PLEASE walk with your child to the Temporary Front Office as we are in the middle of our "Makeover" which is an ongoing construction site.

    PK Conference Room (PK Building, first door on the left) FRONT OFFICE



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    There is a convenient way to get updates and information from Hartsfield Elementary School right on your phone.  Please click on this link to join our class:  (For reference, our class code is @frankha.     Remind is a free, safe, and easy way for us to reach you with important information. You can choose to receive notifications by text, email, or the app.  Having trouble? Go here:


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  • Lafayette Paseo Multimodal Corridor Project 

    under construction


        January 2017 - late spring 2017

    To improve pedestrian safety and mobility along the Lafayette Street Service Road and East Indianhead Drive, the City of Tallahassee will soon begin construction of the Lafayette Paseo Multimodal Corridor Project.  The work mainly includes construction of sidewalks, storm drain,  inlets, water and sewer adjustments, and repaving of the roadways within the project limits. Click here for more information.


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