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12_13_22 PTSO Monthly Meeting Reminder Flyer 12/12/2022

12_13_22 PTSO Monthly Meeting Reminder Flyer

Join us tomorrow morning 12/13/22 @ 8:30 AM via Zoom for our monthly PTSO Meeting.

12_13_22 PTSO Monthly Meeting Reminder Flyer PTSO Monthly Meeting December 13th @ 8:30 am The PTSO mtg will be via Zoom - Click the Learn More button at the top for: • Click the Learn More button at the top for o Meeting Agenda (Includes Zoom Link) o Previous meetings minutes Click the Sign-Up button to Join Meeting via Zoom directly PTSO in...

Donate to SAIL High School PTSO 12/06/2022

Donate to SAIL High School PTSO

Help support SAIL PTSO's ongoing efforts by donating using our PayPal account!!

Donate to SAIL High School PTSO Help support SAIL High School PTSO by donating or sharing with your friends.

Photos from SAIL PTSO's post 12/06/2022

Just uploading some of the images from the April 29th, 2022 prom for the archives!

Winter Dance 2022 is in HIgh Gear! 12/06/2022

Winter Dance 2022 is in HIgh Gear!

Winter Dance 2022 is in high gear to wrap up Fast and Furious!! Check it out!

Winter Dance 2022 is in HIgh Gear! Sail Parents and Volunteers, PTSO would like to THANK YOU for all of your volunteer efforts and donations. 2022 is in high gear to wrap up Fast and Furious!! In preparation for the Winter Dance, we are asking for volunteers to help out with any one of the following: Decorating, Serving, and Donati

2022 Winter Dance Volunteer & Donations 12/04/2022

2022 Winter Dance Volunteer & Donations

The Winter Dance 2022 is this Friday! To sign up for donations, or to volunteer, visit the link below:

2022 Winter Dance Volunteer & Donations Please review the available slots below and click on the button to sign up. Thank you!


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Tomorrow is First Friday, and we're still looking for a few donations to make it extra special!

Sign up posted below:

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We're doing a holiday gift drive to help make this season special for SAIL students and families in need. To sponsor a family, please use the sign up link below!

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The LCS School Climate Survey for parents of LCS students will be closing on Friday, November 18. We want to hear from you! 👂
👉Visit to complete the quick and anonymous survey.


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There are a few SAIL families in need who will greatly appreciate donations for Thanksgiving. If you are able to donate a publix gift card, please sign up below:

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Behind every great school is an AMAZING PTSO! Thank you to members of our PTSO, who sponsored the food and drinks for our Fall Festival AND volunteered their time to serve our students and staff! #sail #wheretheindividualcounts #itsjuatdifferent 11/01/2022

Behind every great school is an AMAZING PTSO! Thank you to members of our PTSO, who sponsored the food and drinks for our Fall Festival AND volunteered their time to serve our students and staff! #sail #wheretheindividualcounts #itsjuatdifferent

Thank you to all of the wonderful parents who volunteered and donated to make Fall Festival 2022 a success! We honestly could not do it without you all.

For anyone who wants to get involved for future events - stay tuned! There will be plenty of opportunities throughout the year!

Behind every great school is an AMAZING PTSO! Thank you to members of our PTSO, who sponsored the food and drinks for our Fall Festival AND volunteered their time to serve our students and staff! #sail #wheretheindividualcounts #itsjuatdifferent


We are looking forward to seeing you at Open House on Monday, Sept. 19, beginning with dinner at 5:15. We also will have these great stickers available for $1 each.

Photos from Sail High School's post 05/07/2022

Photos from Sail High School's post


Magical things happen when a group of teenagers belong. Today, we shared in a lovely ceremony hosted by caring teachers and teenagers with the biggest hearts, all for a teenager who is going through some hard things. She has met her graduation requirements, but won’t be able to be present for our graduation. Today, these teenagers loved her hard. They loved her well. They showed her hope. They showed empathy and celebrated her for the friend that she is, the special human being that we all love. They showed her that she truly belongs. Because we can feel belonging only if we have the courage to share our most authentic selves with people, and that’s what these teenagers do. This is SAIL. This is us. And in the words of Susanna Denham - “I Love Us”. We love you sweet friend and Congratulations on your graduation!👩🏻‍🎓
*Shared with Permission*

SAIL PROM 2022 04/17/2022


💃Prom is right around the corner! Help us make it special for the students! We need volunteers, food, desserts, and candy for the goodie bags. Please share with other SAIL families and sign up HERE 👇

SAIL PROM 2022 Prom is on Friday, April 29 - help us make it special for our students! We need volunteers, food, desserts and candy for goodie bags. Thanks again for all you do!

Photos from SAIL PTSO's post 04/02/2022

There was a long line of students for our long line of OREOs for today's First Friday celebration! We had tastings of over 25 different flavors! Thanks to all the great parents who volunteered!


We are seeking feedback from parents/guardians of LCS students to fill out the 2021-2022 Climate Survey. The survey will be available until Tuesday, March 29 at 4 p.m. 👉Access the survey here:


Are you looking for a summer job? All Leon County residents between the ages of 14-24, are invited to apply for the Leon County Summer Youth Employment Program. To apply for the Summer Youth training program, visit now through April 25, 2022.


Calling all teens! Get in touch with your inner poet and create blackout poetry using old book pages, magazines, or newspapers on Thursday, March 24 at 6:30 p.m. at the downtown Main Library. Using a simple sharpie marker, create fun poems and share out loud with others on our Poetry Slam Stage. Bring a blackout poem you already created, or make one at the event.

Learn more at

Timeline photos 03/22/2022

Check out this event on Wednesday at Midtown Reader featuring our wonderful teacher, Nancy Floyd Richardson!

Join us for a discussion with Holocaust Education Resource Council (HERC) Executive Director Barbara Goldstein, Maclay teacher Lauren Fantle, SAIL teacher Nancy Floyd Richardson, as they discuss Maus: A Survivors Tale by Art Spigelman and other banned books.


Calling all parents of high school juniors and seniors! The Leon Works Junior Apprenticeship Program provides one-on-one mentorship for students with County staff and hands-on experience in a skilled career all while students earn a paycheck! The application deadline for fall Junior Apprentices is Thursday, March 31. Learn more about the program here:


The Leon Works Junior Apprenticeship Program provides Leon County high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to earn a paycheck and gain hands-on experience shadowing a County staff member in a skilled career. Applications due March 31! Apply:

Oasis Trailblazer: As a teen, Kristin Dozier advocated for teaching women's history 03/11/2022

Oasis Trailblazer: As a teen, Kristin Dozier advocated for teaching women's history

"Thirty years ago, as a 16-year-old SAIL high school student, Kristin Dozier asked the Leon County School District to acknowledge March as Women’s History Month and to make it mandatory for all schools to recognize it as well." Kristin Dozier Rosanne Wood A School for Arts & Innovative Learning-SAIL High School Sail High School

Oasis Trailblazer: As a teen, Kristin Dozier advocated for teaching women's history Thirty years ago, as a SAIL high school student, Kristin asked the Leon County School District to acknowledge March as Women’s History Month.


As a calendar reminder, next week, March 14 - 18 is Spring Break. 🏝 Teachers return Monday, March 21 for Teacher Planning Day, and students return Tuesday, March 22.

Wishing everyone a safe Spring Break! 🌴


📢 Calling all youth artists, parents and art teachers! 🎨

DEP’s Art Contest for fourth through 12th graders starts now! 🌎

To enter, simply submit an original drawing or painting on the topic: “What Do You Love About Florida’s Environment?” to your nearest DEP District Office. Winners will be selected from across the state to win prizes including passes and posters of their work.

Visit for more information and to find a contest coordinator near you!


PLEASE SHARE: We just learned that one of our SAIL families had a house fire last night. We're so thankful for a caring school community that comes together to help those in need - and grateful that we’ve built a system where parents are comfortable reaching out when they need help.

The family is staying with their grandparents now - so its a family of 5: 2 grandparents, mom, and 2 teen girls (both of whom are students at SAIL).

Jessica Chapman will be providing dinner tonight, but we're hoping to provide meals for the following 10 days too. If you can help, please sign up at:

Thank you VERY much for your generosity!


Our garden is now completely freshly tilled and ready for planting! Thanks to all of our team members for getting the job done- JaSun, Matt, Benny, Tony, Calvin, Rob, Sheri, Jessica!

Timeline photos 03/04/2022

Timeline photos

Hey everyone, Science Club is back! We are so excited to invite you to the High School one on 3/7 at 4:15pm and Middle School one on 3/8 at 6pm. Scan the QR code to register, find out more information, and to join the facebook group. Hope to see you all there!


There is a youth focus group Zoom meeting happening tonight at 6:30 pm. The discussion will center around the new StarMetro South Side Transit Center off S Meridian/ Orange Avenue, student safety on public transit, and how we can increase transportation equity for our community.

If you are a secondary student, or you are a parent / guardian that has a child that uses the StarMetro public transit system, then this conversation is for you.

Register here to join in on the conversation:


We had a wonderful kick off to our Black History Month Celebration here at SAIL High School! Students received cookies, hot cocoa and a story!
Did you know Famous Amos is from Tallahassee? 🍪 🖤

Timeline photos 01/27/2022

Great opportunity!

Did you know we offer a summer internship program for high school students interested in becoming surgical technologists? We’re accepting applications now!

This internship offers hands-on experience in our state-of-the-art surgery center alongside our expert team. Participants will be eligible to start their surgical tech careers at TMH right after high school graduation, qualifying them for college tuition reimbursement and surgical technologist scholarships.

The eight-week course requires eight hours per day on Tuesdays and Thursdays from June 14 through August 4. Applicants must be at least 16 years old, and a rising senior or graduating senior. Applications are due by March 1!

To learn more or to apply, email Susan Branham at [email protected].

Note: This internship is designed for students that want to become certified surgical technologists, not those who plan to apply to a four-year university. Eight students will be accepted.


The Chain of Parks Art Festival, in partnership with the City of Tallahassee, FL - Government TAPP program, are looking for 8 artists to use their artistic talents to decorate repurposed rain barrels for a public art project in downtown Tallahassee! These painted rain barrels will be on display for the month of April, leading up to the Festival weekend, April 23 & 24, 2022 and will be auctioned off at the festival as a fundraiser for LeMoyne Arts.

💧 APPLICATION DEADLINE: January 26, 2022, Click HERE to apply:

💧 All applications must include a sketch and use sustainable, weather-friendly materials. Mixed media is welcome! Design themes should be community friendly, and focused on sustainability, local nature, landmarks, colorful abstract designs, and anything Tallahassee-friendly. Artists will get $150 stipend for materials and lots of marketing recognition!

💧 Artists will be able to pick up their barrels at LeMoyne Arts between Feb 1-5th, 11-6pm. Completed barrels must be returned to LeMoyne Arts by March 30th.

We hope you will participate in this exciting public art project, showcasing the beauty of sustainability!


SAIL’s Best and Brightest work group led by our amazing counselor Ms. Quashier Flood! Jessica Chapman, APC is checking in on their progress. We do everything as a family at SAIL! ⛵️


Parents, students, and teachers:
Live United this New Year and support Student United Way.👏

Student United Way provides opportunities for our local students to Make a difference in the community through fundraising and service opportunities.


SAIL PTSO meeting TOMORROW (Tuesday morning). DM us if you did not get the Zoom link


THIS Thursday at Sail High School!


SAIL is an amazing place with the best and most caring teachers! Love Art? Drama? Guitar? Music? Fiber Arts? Want to practice yoga daily? Or learn something fun like juggling? Interested in Robotics? Or Digital Design? We have all this and so much more. Our hands-on approach to learning in core subjects helps so many students of all levels and abilities excel and reach their fullest potential. Our smaller class sizes allow our teachers to give more individualized attention to each student. We offer many college and career opportunities including dual enrollment both on campus and off campus. There is something for everyone at SAIL, and we celebrate the individual in everything that we do. All students are loved by teachers, staff, and peers and given room to grow into their authentic selves. We are now accepting applications for fall enrollment in all grade levels... we would love to have you join our school family. ❤️

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