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jamberry prom  
2014 LCHS Prom Fundraiser with Jamberry Nails - Proceeds from any nail purchase between now and Saturday, April 12 will go toward the prom expenses.  Please visit http://alisonpoole.jamberrynails.net/party/?uid=5cf4269e-6f72-478c-bbaa-32831aed2af2 and take advantage of the buy three get one free.  Ladies, you can glamorize your nails along with supporting your prom.

2014-2015 Course Registration
LCHS is implementing a new approach to student registration. Our Jacket STING Advisers and School Counselors will now meet individually with students and their parents to register for classes.
Career Cruising

WRAL Congratulations to Chandler Patterson for receiving WRAL's Extra Effort Award.  Tom Suiter visited our campus to present the award and the presentation will be airing on WRAL on April 8 around 6:25pm.  This is a great accomplishment for Chandler and an honor for our Lee County High School.

NTHS Seniors - Scholarships are available to you on the NTHS website. 
Check them out before the deadline.  See Mrs. Poole if you have any questions.  

 nths The NTHS graduation cords and stoles are now on sale.    
Seniors can pick up an order form in the Career Center located in the Career Counseling building.  The induction ceremony for NTHS will be April 28, beginning at 6:00pm.  It will be held in the Lee County Schools' Board Room on the Lee County High School campus.

 Prom Promotion

LCHS Art Students attend NCNAHS State Retreat
The North Carolina National Art Honor Society recently held their 2014 Spring Retreat on the campus of UNC Pembroke with 19 art students representing Lee County High School in attendance. Students attending the retreat spent the morning participating in a variety of art workshops facilitated by the UNCP art professors including painted portraiture, non-traditional mark making in sculpture, Silverpoint drawing techniques, a Raku ceramics experience, wet media, fiber arts macramé and digital media design. After lunch in the UNCP dining facility, students were provided a campus tour and the opportunity to view the NC NAHS traveling art exhibit in which six LCHS art students have work on exhibition.

Interested in Career and/or College Planning and College Tours?
A tutorial program called "Above and Beyond" is being sponsored by the Boys and Girls Club.  The program offers tutorial services, career and college planning and college tours.  Interested students please stop by Guidance for an application.

The LCHS SkillsUSA Team traveled to FTCC on Friday, March 7, for the SkillsUSA South Central regional competition. The students did an awesome job and many placed high enough to receive an award! Click here to view a list of accolades.  Michaela Torre served as a regional officer and her responsibilities included running the conference along with appearing on stage.  She well-represented Lee County High School.
 Skills USA

A North Carolina School of Math and Science representative visited LCHS students enrolled in the distance learning classes, Forensic Science and Forensic Anthropology.  Chandler and Autumn practiced measuring femur bones to distinguish gender.  The students also analyzed blood spatter and studied a skull.

CUOC of Lee County Student Volunteers  Volunteers
Mrs. Baucom's Early Childhood II students assisted with sorting supplies,
packaging food, and organizing the prom room for the local CUOC center.

LCHS Art Students Artwork Published 
Congratulations to Autumn Melby, Phillip Morie, Hollie Yates, Ramsey Diven and Maritza Santos who all had their artwork published in the National Art Honor Society 2014 Winter Digital Magazine. This is a National Publication. Helping to put LCHS on the map!

LCHS Football Players Sign With Campbell University
Congratulations to Pressley Hales and Thomas Ferguson on their signing letters of intent to play football for Campbell University Camels beginning the fall of 2014.

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