Our middle and high schools enjoyed great success this week shifting in-person learning from Plan B (moderate social distancing) to Plan A (minimal social distancing). It was encouraging to have even more students return to our secondary classrooms. Click "Read More" below to view the full message.
Lee County Schools will soon be offering SchoolCash Online to our parents to make payments directly to their child's school's bank accounts. No more sending cash or checks to school with students for field trips, fundraisers and more! Stay tuned for the registration information that will be sent out soon.
The Lee County Board of Education voted to bring students back to the classroom four days a week under the State's Plan A through the end of the school year. Elementary schools will begin the four-day schedule on April 6, with middle and high schools beginning that schedule on April 12. Wednesdays will continue to be remote learning days for all students. Full remote instruction is still available as an option for all families.
We are excited to announce that we will be hosting a Virtual Job Fair next month! On Saturday, April 10, join us to learn more about Lee County Schools and all that we have to offer. We are currently looking for Teachers, Teacher Assistants, Custodians, Child Nutrition Workers and Bus Drivers. Click "Read More" below to register.
Floyd L. Knight/The Children's Center is now screening typically developing children for the 2021/22 school year. If you are interested in enrolling your child in the FLK preschool program, here is some information that you will want to know!
If you or someone you know are interested in a teacher assistant at the elementary, middle or high school level, apply with us today at bit.ly/LCSJobBoard.
Every Wednesday, our curbside pickup locations and LCS Lunch Box on Wheels buses will have hot lunches, as well as meal boxes. Be sure to stop by one of our schools or head to a bus stop!
Lee County Schools is now using Peachjar to send out flyers and important information via email, which means, no more papers getting lost on the way home! We launched Lee County Schools Peachjar on October 5, and parents and community partners can now sign up to receive flyers directly in their inboxes. Click "Read More" below to sign up!