Fla. county's oldest school to become history magnet program

Woodville Elementary School is the oldest school in Leon County, Fla., and teachers use the history of their school, which opened in 1856, to help illustrate both the stability of the community, as well as the many changes that have occurred in the past century and a half. Starting next year, the school will shift to a magnet program focused on history and civics called "Leadership through History, Civics, and Service Learning."

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