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Mission Statement

McInnis staff, students, families, and community work together to encourage life-long learning in order to reach our goals.

School Colors: Red, White and Blue
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School Hours: 7:50 am - 2:30 pm
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School History

Mclnnis Elementary, first called Deleon Springs School, came into being on Tuesday, September 29, 1885, when the townspeople of Deleon Springs decided to build a school. In 1886, a large, one-room school was constructed at the corner of Central and Webb. The school eventually had 40 students. A south wing was added in 1915 and in 1925, an east wing was built to accommodate primary students. This building later was used as a community center that contained a small public library. For many years Blanche Broderick was the only teacher at the Deleon Springs School. In 1937, a new school was built as a WPA (Works Progress Administration) project on five acres of land donated by F.N. Burt on Highway 17. The new DeLeon Springs Elementary was a stucco-covered brick building of Spanish architecture with four classrooms and an auditorium. To find out more about this school and others in our district, please click on the link below.

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