City to Approve $600,000 Grant Application for Disabled Transportation Program

City to Approve $600,000 Grant Application for Disabled Transportation Program

At Wednesday’s meeting, the Tallahassee City Commission is expected to approve the staff’s request to submit the FY 2021-2022 Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged Trip & Equipment Grant application. The grant, as proposed, will provide up to $600,000 in funding for non-sponsored transportation services to disabled citizens traveling within Leon County. What qualifies someone […]

LCS Announces Teacher Resignations

LCS Announces Teacher Resignations

Editor’s note: This report was published to let people who have an interest in the public school system to know what teachers are leaving the system. It was not published to make any conclusions about the underlying reasons for the resignations. However, some limited information is provided by LCS about the separation. Given the response […]

Florida’s New Voting Law Implements Grand Jury Recommendations

Florida’s New Voting Law Implements Grand Jury Recommendations

Governor Ron DeSantis recently signed SB 90 into law. The bill, which addressed elections, has been derided as a “Jim Crow” tactic and characterized as voter suppression by political opponents. However, in 2012, a grand jury taking part in an election fraud case in Miami-Dade County provided a list of recommendations to lawmakers to crack down on absentee ballot-related voter fraud. […]

Hanna Announces Masks will be Optional Beginning this Summer

Hanna Announces Masks will be Optional Beginning this Summer

Superintendent Rocky Hanna announced today that masks will be optional for students, teachers, staff and visitors for the summer and the 2021-22 school year. Hanna’s statement is listed below: Summer is officially here for our students, and our teachers are completing their tasks in order to finish out their year as well. We are proud […]

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