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Education

  • School Zone

    Upcoming Activities, Events and Other School Information

    All Schools:

    Feb. 9-13-FTE Week Please be sure your child is in attendance, this is when the state counts students for school and district funding.

    Feb.16-President’s Day: No School

    Feb. 17-LCSB Meeting @ 9:30 a.m.

    March 10-19 FCAT Testing-2nd-11th grades

    Please be preparing and encouraging students for the upcoming FCAT

    Chiefland Elementary School: 493-6040

    Feb. 17-SAC Meeting @ 5:30 p.m. in the CES Media Center

  • Be what you want, but get an education

    What do a country music singer, a US marshal, a race car driver, a soldier, a firefighter, and a sheriff, have in common? Education. That was the message that high profile professionals conveyed Friday at Bronson Elementary Career Day.

  • Two named to FIT Dean’s List

    The following students from Florida Institute of Technology who were named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester, which ended in December, are:

    Joseph Moos, of Bronson, a Business Administration major.

    Brice Peters, of Inglis, a Chemical Engineering major.

    To be included on the Dean’s List, a student must complete 12 or more graded credits in a semester with a semester grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.4.

  • Students named to honor roll

    Chiefland High School has released its honor roll for the first nine weeks.

    A Honor Roll

    9th Grade

    Deric Allen

    Shelby Beauchamp

    Karli Bowen

    Taylore Fuller

    Hailey Gerhard

    Shelby Mills

    Kody Plemmons

    Shelby Prevatt

    Catheryn Williams

    A/B Honor Roll

    9th Grade

    Dylan Anderson

    Kidijah Bowers

    Bessie Clemons

    Dessie Clemons

    Brandyn Davey

    Lewis Fields

    Katina Hicks

    Chad Marsh

    Maria McGee

    Devin Moran

  • Superintendent’s Gala is Feb. 7

    The Levy County Schools Foundation (LCSF) will be hosting its annual Superintendent’s Gala on Saturday, Feb. 7.

    The event, which includes dinner and musical entertainment, will take place at 6 p.m. at Chiefland Elementary.

    The Gala is the premier fund-raiser for the Levy County Schools Foundation, a not-for-profit organization established in 1989 to support Levy County schools. The event has become a Levy County tradition, providing an opportunity for members of the business community, civic leaders, and local residents to gather in support of local education.

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  • The School Zone

    Upcoming Activities, Events and Other School Information

    All Schools:

    Dec. 20-Jan. 5 Christmas and New Year’s Holiday

    Jan. 6-Students Return

    Chiefland Elementary School: 493-6040

    Now through Jan. 16- preorder CES Yearbooks on sale for $17 each

    Send in “Box Tops for Education” and check for expired dates.

    Chiefland Middle School: 493-6025

    Dec. 15-CMS Basketball G/B vs Trenton 4/5 p.m. AWAY

    Jan. 8-CMS Basketball G/B vs Lake Butler @ 5/6:30 p.m. AWAY

  • Parkin is Sunshine Scholar

    Bronson High School senior Sarah Parkin was named the 2009 Sunshine State Scholar for Levy County School District last week. The award recognizes the state’s top 95 students, Florida’s crème de la crème, in math and science. Sarah is one of 15 who will represent the North Central Region in the January 2009 state competition. The top 10 regional competitors will compete in the finale at Tallahassee in March. Sarah has earned 4.5 math credits and 5 science credits with straight A’s. Her weighted GPA is 4.37.

  • Education: A look back at 2008

    From new science standards and deep budget cuts to teacher awards and a new Superintendent, education in Levy County experienced many newsworthy occasions in 2008. The following are highlights from this year’s important headlines.

    January:

    Superintendent Cliff Norris announces he will not run for re-election, opting instead for retirement.

  • Pride of Chiefland better than ever

     “We had our highest score ever this year,” said Pride of Chiefland Marching Band director Matt Flenner.

    “We’ve scored 68s, 69s; this is the first time we’ve cracked 70.”