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Education

  • 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.”

  • Homecoming Beauty
  • Students earn rewards for good behavior

    Surrounded by balloons and guitars on the cafeteria stage, with posters of Hanna Montana and the Jonas Brothers, a giant inflatable jukebox, and records hanging from the ceiling, Bronson Elementary students are eating, dancing, giggling, and blowing lots of bubbles.

    "Can I freshen up your drink, miss?" teacher Mark Roberts asks a first grade student. With her approval, he proceeds to top off her fruit punch and add fresh ice. Roberts is spending Friday moonlighting as maitre'd for BES's Hard Work Cafe.

  • School Zone

    Upcoming Activities, Events and Other School Information

    All Schools:

    Oct. 20-No School-Teacher Workday

    Oct. 21-Levy County School Board Meeting @ 9:30 a.m.

    Oct. 24-No School-UF Homecoming

    Oct. 27-31-Red Ribbon Week-Drug Awareness and Abuse Prevention

    Chiefland Elementary

    Oct. 21-SAC Meeting @ 5:30 p.m. CES Media Center

    Oct. 28-Safety Patrol Cake Auction @ 6:30 p.m. in CES Cafeteria

    Save and Send in "Box Tops for Education" to your child's class

    Review classwork and homework with your child and READ everyday!

  • CFCC Classes

    Retirement Class

    The Central Florida Community College Levy Center is offering "Basics of Investing for Retirement" beginning in October.

    The course is designed to teach the basic principles of investing and saving for retirement, but is useful for anyone interested in learning about investing. Even if you think you have enough money saved for retirement, there are numerous factors that will greatly impact the financial picture before and even during retirement. Make sure you are prepared.

  • One-stroke painting class offered

    The Levy Center of Central Florida Community College will offer a four-week Intermediate One-Stroke decorative painting class beginning Sept. 18. It is designed for those who have completed the Beginning One-Stroke painting class or for anyone who has experience with the One-Stroke painting technique.

    The class will meet from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursdays through Oct. 9. The course fee is $69. Students who need supplies may purchase them from the instructor at the first class.

  • Welcome to the School Zone

    Chiefland Elementary:

    493-6040

    www.levy.k12.fl.us/schools/ces

    Thursday, Sept. 11 @ 6:30 p.m. Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd Grade Open House

    Tuesday, Sept. 16 @ 6:30 p.m. 3rd and 4th Grade Open House

    Tuesday, Sept. 23 @ 5:30 p.m., Media Center, SAC Meeting

    Wednesday, Sept. 24 @ 11:45 a.m. Early Release

    Tuesday, Sept. 30 @ 6:30 p.m. Safety Patrol Meeting

    Remember to read every day.

    Chiefland Middle School:

    493-6025

    www.levy.k12.fl.us/schools/cms

  • Chiefland Middle FFA one of the tops in state

    ORLANDO -The Chiefland Middle FFA chapter continues to rank among the top ones in the state.

    Backing this was its super showing at the 80th annual Florida State Convention and Leadership Conference held June 9-13 at the Caribe Royale Resort.

    The Chiefland Middle School chapter grabbed a number of awards.

    It was one of 14 statewide recognized for 100 percent FFA membership within the chapter. In order to receive a plaque, every student enrolled in agriculture must also be a bona fide FFA member.

  • Levy Schools addresses sex education void

    BRONSON–With temptations abounding for today's young teens, a special School Health Advisory committee decided its about time Levy County tackled the sometimes touchy subject of sex education.

    Carol Jones, the schools, Tech Prep Coordinator who headed up the committee, saw the handwriting on the wall.

    "Teen pregnancy is up in the county and sexually transmitted diseases are also on the rise in the 15-19 age bracket," she said. "We felt it was time to address the issue."

  • GED graduates largest class ever at CFCC

    The Central Florida Community College Adult Education Program?s GED graduation was held last week at the Levy Center. It was the largest graduating class in the program's history. Graduates included: