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November is Parent Involvement Month

Nov 6, 2014

November kicks off Parent Involvement Month with the Florida Department of Education. This year, DOE decided to do something different.
One of the local schools in Leon County was selected because of their success in the past year to host the kick off celebration.
On November 3rd, more than 100 people were in attendance to celebration Parent Involvement Month at Fort Braden School.

The Superintendent of Leon County Schools also shared his million book challenge with Fort Braden students. Before the day was over,
Mr. Pons and Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart read a book to a group of excited 2nd and 3rd graders.

Please enjoy a video from the day brought to you by Leon County Schools.

Stay Classy Tallahassee!
Kim

 

 


86th Annual Fort Braden Carnival

Oct 13, 2014

On Friday October 17th from 5-9pm,  Fort Braden School is hosting their 86th Annual Carnival.

Fort Braden is one of the oldest schools in Leon County. The school started out as a small white school house that is still located on Blountstown Highway. Fort Braden has the largest school zone in Leon County serving almost 800 students.

Come out and support a wonderful tradition. Food, games, and bouncy houses are just a few of the activities that the Fort Braden community has in store.

Stay tuned, and remember, Stay Classy Tallahassee!
Kim


Whole Foods and the Sharing Tree

Oct 10, 2014

Come out to support the Sharing Tree on Friday, October 10th from 6-8 p.m. at Whole Foods.  Whole Foods is celebrating their one year anniversary in Tallahassee. As part of their celebration, they are hosting a fundraiser event for the Sharing Tree.

Leon County Schools and The Sharing Tree have developed a partnership that has provided over $20,000 in classroom materials this school year.

The SAIL High School bluegrass band will be playing from 6-7 pm at the event.

Stay tuned, and remember, Stay Classy Tallahassee!
Kim

 


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