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  • Do You Know The Word Of The Year ?

    We asked a group of seniors at Leon High School to tell us the most popular word of the year. Click on Anthony Copeland's picture to play the video.

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  • PB&J Food Drive 2017

    Nearly 10,000 lbs. of peanut butter & jelly was collected during this wildly successful food drive. Congratulations to everyone who participated. LCS students are always willing to help those in need!

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  • Last Day of School Less Than 50 Days Away ?? (CLICK "50" FOR A SPECIAL VIDEO)

    Someone asked me yesterday, "where has this year gone?" Can you believe less than 50 days now ? Click the picture to see video highlights from this year.

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  • FEET WERE TAPPING WITH RAA JAZZ BAND MUSIC (VIDEO ON LOCATION)

    Raa Middle School Jazz Band went out on the road to perform in the Tallahassee Music Week celebration. Click the picture to see them play.

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LCS Featured News

  • LCS Financial Transparency

    LCS believes in transparency. On this page you will find links to the LCS Budget, Labor Contracts, Current Bids with Vendors, School Board Meeting Dates and more. Click the picture or the title for more information.

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LCS Water Quality

The safety of our students and staff is our top priority. To learn more about water quality in Leon County Schools, click on the picture, title, or visit http://leonschools.schoolwires.net/waterquality for more information.


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Secondary Social Studies Textbook Adoption

Leon County Schools is currently participating in the state textbook adoption process for social studies in grades 6-12. This process includes a review of print and digital materials by a team of qualified teachers in the field as well as an opportunity for the public to view the content and provide comment. Click here for more information.

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Foundation for Leon County Schools

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As a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, the Foundation for Leon County Schools provides our schools with innovative programs and resources, that are not supported by tax dollars, to ensure that Leon County remains one of the top performing districts in the state. To learn how you can help impact our public schools, view our event calendar click here!
  • Teacher Grant Spotlight

    Kate Sullivan Elementary received a $10,000 grant to institute an "Engineering Energy Innovations" curriculum, allowing students to pursue alternative energy projects. Click the title to read more...

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Community News & Events

  • Arts News from COCA: Lincoln students create twist on Rumplestiltskin

    April 19, 2017

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  • Music blossoms in unlikely places

    April 12, 2017

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  • CHP Champions Update

    Champions Assessments Are Upon Us!

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  • Arts News from COCA: Pineview Students Embrace the Artist & Artistic Process

    April 05, 2017

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