Apr 18, 2015
Congratulations to this years school level and district level awardees. On Thursday, April 16th over 1,000 community members, educators, and stakeholders gathered to celebrate the accomplishments of inspirational educators throughout Leon County. Among those recognized were, Tabitha Bradwell (Florida School Related Employee of the Year), Giselle Marsh (Distinguished Educator of the Year), Betsy Penn (Teacher of the Year), and Racquel Harrell (Jo Glick Administrator of the Year).
Special Presentations were presented by Envision Credit Union and Herff Jones. We are truly proud to have such dynamic educators investing in our future generations. Continue to shine brightly amongst the stars and never dim your shine for anyone.
-Dr. Small, 2015 Envisioneer
Apr 11, 2015
On behalf of Envision Credit Union and the branches of educators impacting the community, we celebrate the 80th Birthday of Mrs. Inez Holt. As a former educator, she asked the the community pull together to purchase books or make a birhtday donation towards books for children that can be shared with the Gadsden County area. Mrs. Holt understands the importance of not only giving back to the community, but the impact that educators can have on the lives of future generations. Envision presented her with a check for $500 to go towards her casue. Thank your Mrs. Holt for planting seeds of inspiration.
Apr 11, 2015
Superintendent Jackie Pons has been on a quest to push the schools of Leon County to read a total of ONE MILLION BOOKS this school year. He announced this week that Leon County is at 950,000 books and are expected to reach the goal by May 21st. The students of Springwood Elementary had a chance to visit with Superintendent Pons as he read “This Book Just Ate My Dog”. Students also took a pledge to join the Superintendent’s Book Club and reach their Accelerated Reader Goals for the last 9weeks. Stay tuned for the MILLION BOOK CHALLENGE PEP-RALLY at Godby High School on May 21st!