Envision's Success For Educators
SuccessforEducators.com, an initiative of Envision Credit Union, brings financial benefits to all people employed by the Leon County School Board and surrounding districts. We invite all employees in Leon, Gadsden, Jefferson, Wakulla, Liberty and Franklin counties, including private schools, to bookmark this site and come back often for the latest educator-exclusive financial offers, news and events including blogs and updates from our very own teacher ambassador, or "Envisioneer". Take a look!

Back to School Tips and Resources

Aug 11, 2014

It's that time of year Teachers! We are heading back to school and i have compiled some back to school tips to help you start the year. 

The sites I referenced in the video are as follows:

http://schoolgirl-style.myshopify.com/
justforteachers@fldoe.org
www.donorschoose.org
www.teacherspayteachers.com/

Stayed tuned for more back to school updates, and remember, Stay Classy Tallahassee!

Kim


Registration Begins for Lively Technical Center

Jul 29, 2014

Fall Registration has begun at Lively. Hurry in, classes fill up fast. If you miss out on your program, you will have to wait until until next semester. Registration runs through August 18. For more information, call 850-487-7414. Office hours are from 8 am-4pm.

Also, be on the lookout for upcoming interviews detailing the new Wakulla/Lively Applied Welding Technology program and the Godby/Lively Aviation Maintenance Technology program.

Stay Classy Tallahassee!
Kim


LITE Teams up with Catalina Cafe

Jul 24, 2014

Ms. Jennifer Tibbits at Lincoln High School was awarded an Envision Classroom Grant last fall. Using the money from the grant, Ms. Tibbits was able to partner with a local business to provide learning opportunities to Lincoln High Students.

Leon Intensive Training Program (LITE) focuses on job exploration and training to prepare students for the transition from school to work.  LITE is a program for students with special needs at Lincoln. Through the program they have formed a partnership with their "buddies" from Best Buddies Club and Catalina Cafe. Students in the program manage a hot beverage stand that allows students to learn marketing, food service, and book keeping skills while providing a service to Lincoln's faculty and staff. 

Stay tuned for more Classroom Grant updates and a special back to school teacher blog! Stay classy Tallahassee!

Kim


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