Students at Leesburg High School will benefit from a statewide investment by AT&T this year, once that seeks to increase understanding of how classroom curriculum translates into STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) careers.
So far, there are no confirmed cases of the virus in Lake County
The first round of spring Florida Standards Assessments (FSA) begins in a few weeks with students in grades 4-7 taking the English Language Arts paper-based writing exam on March 1. Students in grades 8-10 will take the computer-based exam one day between Feb. 29 and March 11.
This is where Mental Health First Aid training steps in. Last year, Lake County Schools received a $100,000 grant to administer the training across the district and throughout the county as a whole free to all participants.
Shelby Lenz attends Villages Elementary of Lady Lake and performed with the FMEA All-State Elementary Orff Ensemble in Tampa, January 15, 2016 at the Tampa Convention Center.
Student project addressed safety needs for bike-riders and walkers at the school.
Congratulations to Rhonda Hunt and Chad Frazier!
The students traveled to Tallahassee to receive the award after learning that they were among the top three prize winners.
Ron Clark, an educator widely known for his creative and successful work with low-income and troubled students, was the guest speaker for the Lake County Schools Leadership Mini Conference on Monday, Jan. 25, at Mount Dora High School.
Umatilla High School will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 9 a.m. on Jan. 29 to dedicate a mural wall created by three student artists.
Teachers Michael Geoffrion of Eustis High School, Kristen Pautienus of Lake Minneola High School, and Andrea Vineyard of Tavares High School learned on Jan. 20 that they are finalists for Lake County Teacher of the Year.
Eustis Heights Elementary School, which welcomed students into its new building late last year, will host a dedication ceremony from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 24, at the school, 250 W. Atwater Ave.
The money was donated though Take Stock in Children of Lake and Sumter Counties
Kylie Rider, a third grade student from Mascotte Elementary Charter School, won a $1,000 scholarship from Bonnie Plants as the state winner of the company’s 3rd Grade Cabbage Program!
The grants are from the STEM Alliance of Central Florida to support excellence in science, technology, engineering and math education.
They helped create kid-friendly brochures about the school
6:00 PM Regular School Board Meeting
9:30 AM School Board Workshop
6:00 PM - 11:00 PM Regular School Board Meeting
12:00 PM Educational Foundation Board Meeting