LCS Announces Personnel Changes, Instructional Resignations Increase

LCS Announces Personnel Changes, Instructional Resignations Increase

At the last Leon County School Board meeting on June 19th, personnel decisions were announced for the upcoming school year. The personnel decisions were included in a 176 page document which addressed teacher, principal, assistant principal, and administrative appointments. Also included in the personnel decisions was a list of instructional resignations, which totaled 110. Based […]

DeLeo Resigns, Outlaw to Serve as Interim Chief

DeLeo Resigns, Outlaw to Serve as Interim Chief

On June 12th Police Chief Michael DeLeo notified Tallahassee City Manager Reese Goad he planned to resign effective July 6. Goad announced that Major Steve Outlaw, a 32 year veteran of TPD, will serve as Interim Chief and a nationwide search will begin immediately to permanently fill the position. In his resignation letter to the […]

City Budget 2020: TEMPO Seeks $150,000 in Funding

City Budget 2020: TEMPO Seeks $150,000 in Funding

A new public safety and economic development outreach initiative, Tallahassee Engaged in Meaningful Productivity for Opportunity (TEMPO), was created this year as an additional item in the City’s budget to “connect Disconnected Youth with educational and workforce opportunities.” As of May 2019, the program has engaged 500 participants, with a target population of 1,000 for […]

Andrew Brady selected as FSU’s 2019 Carraway Employee of the Year

Andrew Brady selected as FSU’s 2019 Carraway Employee of the Year

By Shelley Lopez, FSU News For more than 20 years, Andrew Brady has been an invaluable asset to the advancement of Florida State University. Brady, who serves as associate director of Institutional Research, has transformed the way FSU capitalizes on data, and for his efforts, he’s been selected as the 2019 Max Carraway Employee of […]