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Congratulations Mrs. Genco!  Mrs. Hilda Genco was the Assistant Principal for Curriculum at Leto, and she now takes over as the Principal for the Falcons.  We will continue to embrace the favorite motto from Mrs. Genco: TEAM - Together Everyone Achieves More.






FREE SAT for Juniors!!
The SAT day for Hillsborough County is on February 25.  This is a great opportunity for Juniors to take the SAT for free during school.  Be on time and ready to do your best!  Click on the SAT link for more information and what to bring.  

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New website coming soon!  
We are excited to announce the launch of a new school website coming soon.  Get ready for a brand new, modern and mobile-friendly site to get all the latest news, information, and educational resources you need!
                                                
        



                                                                                                       
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ELP (Extended Learning Program) continues.  Come to get ahead or for extra help.  ELP takes place Monday - Thursday and Saturday.  There are sessions before school, during lunches, and after school.  Plan now to attend!  See the Guidance Office or Student Affairs for an updated schedule.






Welcome to Leto High School
Home of the Falcons!  
Welcome to the 2014-2015 school year.  Let's have a great year!  Come to school on time, be prepared to learn, and have a positive attitude.  If you need assistance, please ask for help from any teacher, administrator, or staff member.  
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You must make an appointment with the Guidance Department if you are interested in registering your child(ren) for school.  To make an appointment, please call 813-872-5300 ext. 289.  
Registrations will only take place on Mon, Tues, and Wednesdays between 7:30 - 10:30 AM.
To begin registration, you MUST have the following items completed in order to be seen by a Guidance Counselor or an Assistant Principal:
  • Address verification - TWO forms are required (i.e. TECO bill, water bill, affidavit, caregiver affidavit, lease, etc.)
  • Birth certificate
  • Immunization records - MUST be on the Florida form
  • Physical - MUST be on the Florida form
  • Current Parent/Guardian identification (Driver Liscense/FL ID card)


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mySPOT - Student Parent Online Toolkit
Staying connected to HCPS is easy when you know where to look. Let mySPOT lead the way. mySPOT, the (S)tudent (P)arent (O)nline (T)oolkit is a web based, central location for useful HCPS resources. Edbsy, myPaymentPlus and the annual school calendar are just some of the links you’ll find when connected to the mySPOT portal. If you are an Edsby user, your username and password will also log you in to mySPOT. If you do not have an account, registration is simple.  https://myspot.sdhc.k12.fl.us
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Edsby Online Gradebook
Communication is the key to ensure a student’s success and Edsby provides the  perfect way to facilitate that communication. Edbsy, the district’s online gradebook, keeps parents engaged by connecting them to teachers, classroom assignments and grades.
Leto HS parents and students can now communicate and receive progress reports through a new web-based portal at www.sdhc.edsby.com.  All students and parents will receive accounts so they can login to view grades, missing assignments, receive important class news and more.  Students will receive account information to share with parents—-so please make sure you remind them!  You should have this information available now.
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Guidmii
Curious about academic options? Hillsborough County Public Schools engages students, parents, teachers and school counselors to ensure student success with Guidmii (Pronounced Guide Me). This web-based academic planning tool, available for middle and high school students, enables secondary students and parents to develop a roadmap to   college and career readiness.







Collegiate Academy is here!



Leto High School is proud to offer an outstanding dual enrollment program for current and incoming students.  The Collegiate Academy at Leto High School offers students an opportunity to earn an Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree while at the same time earning a high school diploma through our partner institution, Hillsborough Community College (HCC). Students take college classes free of charge on campus during the school day and may attend the HCC campus as well. There also is no charge for books.

Here are just a few of the reasons to attend the Collegiate Academy
  • Gain college credit while attending high school
  • Entering freshmen can potentially earn an Associates Degree by the time he or she graduates high school.
  • Improve your writing skills and sharpen your problem-solving techniques.
  • Develop the study habits necessary for tackling rigorous course work.
  • All instructors have master's degrees and have been credentialed by Hillsborough Community College.
  • Explore the world from a variety of perspectives, most importantly your own.
  • Study subjects in greater depth and detail.
  • The Collegiate Academy is located only minutes from HCC's Dale Mabry Campus.
Click HERE to find out more

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Farewell Mr. Fernandez...As Mr. Fernandez "graduates", we wish him the very best.  He will be missed by all.  Once a Falcon, always a Falcon.  
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Congratulations to the Falcon varsity football team for their victory against Middleton High School!  We broke the streak!  Keep up the great work!  
Also, thank you to CBSOutdoor for the congratulatory billboard on Dale Mabry.  Thanks for supporting the Leto community!          
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Leto Culinary Dynasty adds another new chapter



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The Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association’s Educational Foundation (FRLAEF) hosted the 13th annual Florida ProStart Culinary Competition on Thursday, March 7 and Friday, March 8 in Orlando. This year, the event showcased the skills of over 400 high school students, and the Leto High School Culinary Competition team, led by Chef Debra Hladky, took first place honors! In addition, the entire Leto Culinary Arts team placed fourth OVERALL out of 55 teams, with a combination of their Culinary Competition, Waiter's Relay, Management Competition, and Edible Centerpiece scores. Notably, Leto Culinary student Guillermo Quezada, was awarded the Student Top Chef Award, and he and the team were featured on an episode of professional chef Emeril Lagasse’s television show, "Emeril’s Florida", which aired locally on the Cooking Channel. Leto Culinary has won the district award for six years running and has also earned the state championship in several categories during that same period.