Florida League of Middle Schools

Summer 2015 State Conference

Save the Date: June 12-13th, 2015

Pre-conference session: June 12th, 4-5pm

All-day Conference: June 13th

Hyatt Regency: Sarasota, FL

Registration is available NOW! Visit the 2015 State Conference tab to find out more information and register now!

What Can you expect from the FLMS Conference this year?                 Here's just a brief sneak peek...

-Q&A with Florida Middle Level Administrators
-Session from the National Principal of the Year: Jayne Ellspermann
-Middle School 101 with Dr. Paul George
-Digital Tools to Create Reading, Writing and Math FSA Style Questions
-Full STEAM Ahead!
-Brain Gym Session
-Managing Student Behavior
-Tender Approaches for Tough Kids
-Writing-It's not just for Language Arts Anymore!

Plus, 2 sessions from our Keynote Speaker, Kim Campbell! Pre-Conference Sessions begin Friday afternoon with Dr. Shannon Vincent before the social!

For more in-depth description of Conference topics, please visit the State Conference Tab



Congratulations to Sherry Maguire of High Springs Community School in Alachua County!  You are the 2nd winner in our NEW monthly gift card giveaway for being a member of the FLMS!  Interested?  Visit the Membership Page for more info!

Join FLMS today!

Which membership best fits you?

Individual Membership (1 year)           $25.00

Individual Membership (2 years)          $40.00

Institutional Membership (1 year)        $150.00

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The Florida League of Middle Schools was founded in 1972 by a group of individuals who were designing, teaching and working in a new kind of school called a "middle school".  The association is designed for individuals and institutions dedicated to the cause of quality middle level education for grades 5-9.

The mission of the Florida League of Middle Schools is to improve education for middle grades students in the state of Florida.

        The mission of the League is accomplished by:

  • Acting as an advocate for middle grade students and education in Florida.
  • Facilitating curriculum improvement and in-service education.
  • Being a clearinghouse for middle level ideas, materials, and personnel.
  • Coordinating statewide efforts in the School Improvement Process in Florida.
  • Securing support for middle level education from groups and agencies.
  • Representing middle schools in public discussions of education issues.
  • Establishing and supporting regional affiliates of the Florida League of Middle Schools