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Sports Physicals available Wed, Oct 22 at 5:30pm
LCHS Main Gym - Cost $20.00 

Early Dismissal Lee County Traditional Schools will have early release 
for students on Tuesday, October 28th.
LCHS and Southern Lee will 
dismiss students at 12:30pm.
Elementary and FLK at Noon and Middle Schools at 12:15
Tramway and Lee Early College will run a regular schedule.  

 LCHS Yellow Jackets Band
Overhills Band Classic 
 1st Place Class AAA
 Runner-Up Grand Champions


Volleyball Playoff 
LCHS volleyball team advanced to the 2nd round of the state playoffs Saturday with a 3-0 victory over CB Aycock.  We will host Union Pines, Tuesday, October 21 at 6pm in the Main Gym.  

Seniors and Members of the Senior Committee are invited to volunteer at the Annual No Scare Fair, Saturday, October 25.
 No Scare Fair

The LCHS band and color guard won first place overall in the 2A division and received the highest grade of superior during the band competition held at Western Harnett High School.

LCHS National Art Honor Society assisted with a face jug workshop facilitated by LCHS ceramics instructor Jody Stouffer and local potter AV Smith.  The workshop was sponsored by the Lee County Arts Council.


NAHS Community Service - Lee County High School National Art Honor Society members, 
Diana, Lydia and Leslie recently helped facilitate a clay whistle workshop for youth at St. Luke's U.M. Church for their Wednesday Night Alive art experience. NAHS members assisted youth in adding a face onto their clay whistles which Cooper and club adviser Jody Stouffer had made earlier in the day. Club members were surprised to have a special guest helper in Joanne Thaxton, Lee County Arts Council President, who came by to assist with the workshop. Workshop participants learned about the importance of clay and pottery to the Sanford community as well as the traditional way to add a folk art face to pottery. This was the first session of a two session class as the group will reconvene in October to glaze their fired pieces.

The LCHS National Art Honor Society 
participated in their first community service activity of the year yesterday by helping the Sanford Lions Club prepare for the opening of the fair by hanging all of the Kindergarten through 12th grade student artwork that was submitted for exhibit. 
 Fair fair NAHS

College Admissions Representatives
Are Coming to LCHS!
Several North Carolina colleges will be hosting an information session for students interested in applying to and/or learning more about each school.
Many of the college reps will be reading your college applications and attending these sessions will demonstrate interest in the school.
Please sign up at: http://www.lee.k12.nc.us/page/15330 and check your email or see Kelly Hagerty in room 1319 for a permission slip to attend. Permission slips must be signed by a teacher.
Thurs, Sept 4 at 9am - Campbell University (Media Center)
Fri, Sept 5 at 1pm - Methodist University (Media Center)
Thurs, Sept 11 at 10:30am - Meredith College (Career Center)
Fri, Sept 12 at 1:30pm - Catawba College (Media Center)
Mon, Sept 15 at 1pm - NC Wesleyan
Thurs, Oct 23 at 8am - UNC Chapel Hill (Media Center)
Wed, Oct 29 at 2pm - Appalachian State (Location TBA)
Be on the lookout for more schools to be added to the list! Email lchscollegeadvising@gmail.com if you have any questions

Picture Slide Show Reflection of School Year 2013-2014