TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — The Leon County School District announced the #Summer850 plan, featuring eight program options over a five-week period during the summer to help ensure zero students fall behind.

“Across our country, some students have been more negatively impacted than others by this horrific pandemic. Our district is investing $1.5 million on summer programs designed to combat the Covid Slide,” said Superintendent of Leon County Schools Rocky Hanna. “Summer 850 is another example of our district rising to the challenge to ensure the future success of our students.”

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