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What's Happening in Lee County Schools

  • Lee County Partners for the Advancement of Gifted Education to host speaker

    At their meeting on Monday, May 11th, PAGE will present Dr. Danny Thomas who will give a presentation to parents and educators about how to hold a successful parent/teacher conference. The meeting will be held at First Presbyterian Church, McIver Hall, 203 Hawkins Avenue from 6:30-8pm on Monday, May 11. Parents are invited to attend.

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  • Lee County Board of Education At-Large Non-Partisan Vacancy

    A vacancy has been created on the Lee County Board of Education by the resignation of an at-large non-partisan representative. Appointment to the seat will be for the remainder of the term expiring November 2016.

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  • INSPIRED. Bound for THE CITADEL

    After graduation in a few short weeks, many of Alexis Fox's current classmates at Lee County High School will go on to be college freshmen, or new faces at their first job, or maybe recruits to the Armed Forces. Fox, though, is the only one in her class who will be a “knob.” And she's looking forward to it. Fox, a senior, is set to attend college at The Citadel in Charleston, S.C. in the fall.

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  • SLHS Theatre Department Presents "A Grand Night for Singing"

    Directed by Michael Jones, with musical director Kim Lilley, this Cavalier Black Box production runs May 4, 5, 7, and 8. The show begins at 7 pm - tickets are $6.

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  • Lee County Schools Recommended for District Accreditation

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  • INSPIRED. 2015 Governor's School

    Summer break for high school students is only about ten weeks long, but two rising seniors from Lee County will be spending six of those weeks this year at the Governor's School of North Carolina. Lynn Nguyen, a rising senior at SLHS, and Alana Edwards, a rising senior at LCHS, have both been accepted to the Governor's School, a residential summer education program for gifted high school students across North Carolina. Both will attend the Governor's School West campus in Winston-Salem.

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  • Lee County High School Volleyball Camp

    LCHS will host a volleyball camp for ages 5-14 on June 15-18.

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  • LCS 2015 STEM Camps

    Lee County Schools will offer six Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Camps this summer for rising 6th-10th graders. The cost for the camps is $25.

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  • INSPIRED. Teacher Cadets

    At SLHS, Vickie Wilkins is teaching students how to be teachers. Wilkins' 13 teacher cadets – 12 seniors and one junior – are students in her Teacher Cadet 2 elective course. They've spent the current semester in classrooms at middle, elementary and even pre-K schools across the district, learning first-hand what it takes to run a classroom. In Lee County, the Teacher Cadet elective is offered at Southern Lee and is based on a successful program implemented throughout the Carolinas.

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  • Lee County Schools to Host Special Olympics

    On Friday, May 1, LCS will host the Special Olympic games at Southern Lee High School. The games start at 9 a.m. Come out and cheer on our very special and skilled athletes!

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