Official Statements from Leon County Schools

  • Superintendent's Email About Rise in Disrespectful Incidents

    Click through to read Superintendent Hanna's email (3/21/17) to Board members and parents in response to questions about disrespectful incidents.

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  • 12/13/16 New Principals Announced

    During the December 13th, 2016 meeting, the Leon County School Board approved the superintendent’s recommendations to appoint two new principals.

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  • 8/23/16 STATEMENT: Pledge of Allegiance Non Participation

    A change to Florida law this year requires all school districts to publish in the student code of conduct booklet the students’ right to not participate in reciting the pledge of allegiance. In complying with the change in law, our staff developed a form for parents to use to exercise that right. Superintendent Pons received several messages from the community in regards to this process and-- upon further inspection--made the decision to remove the form and revise the code of conduct booklet. We apologize for any confusion the form may have caused. We understand that approximately 400 paper copies were distributed before the superintendent stopped the process.

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  • 4-20-15 LCS Suspends FSA Testing

    Due to extensive, state wide issues experienced across multiple school districts, Leon County Schools has suspended computer based testing today.

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  • 11-7-2014 CASE OF TUBERCULOSIS FOUND IN LOCAL SCHOOL

    Tallahassee—The Florida Department of Health in Leon County (DOH-Leon) and the Leon County School Board today announced that they have confirmed a case of tuberculosis (TB) at Amos P. Godby High School, located at 1717 West Tharpe Street. Because of confidentiality laws, the patient cannot be identified.

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  • 10-23-14 STATEMENT: Godby Altercation

    Multiple students have been arrested following an altercation on Godby’s campus this morning. During the investigation of the altercation a weapon was located by an administrator. No students were harmed. The students involved in the fight were suspended immediately and recommended for expulsion.

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  • 10-20-14 STATEMENT: Possible Lively Technical Center Namechange

    Lively Technical Center staff has asked the Leon School Board to research changing the institution’s name to a college. LCS staff is working internally to study all pertinent information in preparation for a presentation at a future school board workshop. Superintendent Pons and staff will continue to meet with teachers from Lively as part of the information gathering process. The date of the public school board workshop will be announced as it becomes available.

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