First Lady Ann Scott plays an active role in supporting healthy habits for Florida’s children. As First Lady of Florida, a mother and a grandmother, Mrs. Scott knows that healthy habits start young. While her daughters were growing up, Mrs. Scott was always looking for tips and tricks to help them eat more fruits and […]
~ Students praised for their hard work and creativity in celebration of literacy ~ 1/25/2012 TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Department of Education (DOE) today announced the winners of the Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida! statewide public service announcement (PSA) contest. Florida First Lady Ann Scott joined Deputy Director of the DOE Office of Early Learning Kevin […]
~ Students challenged to participate in the Million Minute Marathon ~ 1/23/2012 TALLAHASSEE – First Lady Ann Scott today joined Florida Department of Lottery Secretary Cynthia O’Connell, Florida Department of Education Office of Early Learning Executive Director Stuart Greenburg, and Sarasota County Schools Superintendent Lori White, to kick off Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida!, at Sarasota […]
10/5/2011 TALLAHASSEE – Florida’s First Lady Ann Scott, along with the Florida Department’s of Education, State and Environmental Protection, today announced that Reedy Creek Elementary School in Osceola County had the highest number of participating students in the Summer Literacy Adventure, with 478 children pledging to read 7,124 books.
9/19/2011 Tallahassee, Fla.– Today, First Lady Ann Scott is launching the Florida Fun and Sun Student Art Contest for all Florida K-8th grade students. As a reminder that in Florida fun and sun does not end with the start of the school year, Mrs. Scott is asking all students to share their favorite Florida traditions and memories.
9/8/2011 TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and Department of Education joined Florida’s First Lady Ann Scott in recognition of International Literacy Day and Florida Literacy Month this morning at Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park. At a picnic pavilion overlooking beautiful Lake Hall, Mrs. Scott read Llama Llama Red Pajama by Anna Dewdney, this year’s Read for the Record book, and spoke with students from local home schools and Buck Lake Elementary about the importance of reading.
9/7/2011 Tallahassee – In partnership with the Florida Department of Education and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Florida First Lady Ann Scott will host students from Buck Lake Elementary and local home school students at Alfred B. Maclay Gardens tomorrow to celebrate International Literacy Day. As a part of the celebration, Mrs. Scott will […]