If eligible, please be sure to submit Impact Aid Forms by the December 15th Deadline.
As Dr. Chris Dossenbach is sworn in as Superintendent of Lee County Schools, we highlight student achievement in the latest edition of THRIVE.
Students visited residents at the inpatient facility to distribute Thanksgiving goodie bags and some holiday cheer.
Students with & without disabilities enjoy the Deep River Elementary club that teaches cooking skills while fostering better understanding of others and working across differences to build supporting friendships.
LCS partners with Sanford Area Habitat for Humanity to give students hands-on construction experience while providing homes to two LCS families.
Lee County BoE will hold a swearing-in ceremony & reception on Tuesday, Nov. 21, at 6 p.m., in the Jimmy L. Love Sr. Board Room at LCHS. It is open to the public.
Tramway receives a high honor for service to students with disabilities and students enjoy Artstober opportunities in this edition of THRIVE.
Tramway Elementary School recently received recognition from the North Carolina Association of Federal Education Program Administrators (NCFEPA) as one of the state's "Distinguished Schools" for their exceptional dedication to students with disabilities.
In his first year at East Lee, Robert Newby steadied the ship and was chosen by his colleagues as LCS Principal of the Year.