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  • The Lee County Board of Education voted on May 10, 2016, to advertise a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) from qualified firms to implement and manage a comprehensive energy conversation program designed to significantly reduce energy consumption for Lee County Schools.  More_Information

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What's Happening in Lee County Schools

  • Carpentry Project House Auction

    Sealed bids will be accepted until July 19 for the Lee County Schools Career & Technical Education Carpentry Project House.

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  • Request for Qualifications (RFQ) Energy Management and Conservation Program

    The Lee County Board of Education voted on May 10, 2016, to advertise a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) from qualified firms to implement and manage a comprehensive energy conversation program designed to significantly reduce energy consumption for Lee County Schools.

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  • College Road Trip

    Are you a rising 11th or 12th grader? We're hitting the road this summer to tour 5 college campuses and we'd love for you to join us!

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  • End of an era

    Lee County High School seniors received their diplomas last week, marking the end of their high school careers

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  • Graduating in style

    Southern Lee seniors celebrate end of high school

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  • INSPIRED. $4.9M

    What could you do with $5 million? Buy a car? Buy a boat? Buy a house? Buy all three? The possibilities are seemingly endless. For 170 Lee County Schools graduates this year, the nearly $5 million they earned in scholarships will go towards helping pay for their college education.

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  • Elementary's end

    LCS fifth-graders graduate, look to middle school

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  • Movin' on up

    LCS elementary students celebrate educational milestones

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  • INSPIRED. Mapping Out a Clear Future

    Even as the director of an organization that works to expand access to higher education for first and second generation Latino immigrants across the entire state of North Carolina, Lee County and its public schools are at the center of Ricky Hurtado's story. The executive director of the University of North Carolina's Scholars Latino Initiative, after all, is a product of Lee County Schools. A 2007 graduate of Lee County High School, he moved with his parents, themselves immigrants from El Salvador, to Sanford at age 7.

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  • Walking the walk

    SLHS grads tour feeder schools, inspire younger students

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