When it comes to AVID, Lee County Schools has got it down. The district is known for using the system in all schools, and has received awards for doing it well. East Lee Middle School being named AVID Schoolwide Site of Distinction only enforces the district’s passion for the system.
Wendy Bryan- Motley was recently named the North Carolina Art Educators Association’s statewide teacher of the year. Bryant-Motley is set to represent North Carolina later this month at the National Art Educators Association’s annual conference in Seattle.
Second grade students at J. Glenn Edwards Elementary School recently competed in Odyssey of the Mind, a “creative problem-solving program that engages students in their learning by allowing their knowledge and ideas to come to life in an exciting, productive environment.”
On February 28, Dr. Jim Atkinson will close out his career in education. The district’s assistant superintendent for auxiliary services caps off a 41-year education career that included stints in Florida, Shelby, and the last fifteen years, Lee County.