Back to school

Back to school supplies, like pencils, pens, and notebooks

Florida’s child welfare agency is partnering with other groups to hold its first ever “Back to School Supply Drive” for foster care kids.

Religious Expression Law Goes Into Effect July 1st

Jun 29, 2017

A multitude of bills goes into effect Saturday, including one that is protecting the religious expression of public school students. 

City of Tallahassee

Students in Tallahassee's Frenchtown neighborhood were gearing up for the classroom on Saturday (8/20).

With school starting, Florida Agriculture officials are hoping parents and students will have an easier way to find out about school meals ahead of time. Officials are encouraging them to download the meal apps—specific to their school district.

Florida Beer Wholesalers Association's screenshot

Most Florida schools opened this week, and the rest will soon start. An unlikely source is reminding the public about safety as kids head back to school: The Florida Beer Wholesalers Association.

With the first day of school right around the corner, Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam wants more parents and students to take advantage of a Back-to-School app.

A House panel today approved $436 million in proposed tax cuts.

Building awareness of Monday’s kickoff of the Atlantic Hurricane season is hard enough when the state hasn’t been struck for a decade. But this year’s lack of a tax-free holiday to promote stockpiling emergency supplies could make the job more difficult.