Lee County Schools

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What's Happening in Lee County Schools

  • A Message From The Superintendent

    All Hands On Deck! So goes the familiar line used in times of crisis. For the last three weeks, Lee County Schools has been defined by the term as our employees, students, parents, and community have risen to meet the challenge of COVID-19. We've had successes and failures but have never lost our resolve or resiliency. Click "Read More" below for the full message.

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  • Spring Break – April 6-10

    As previously scheduled, Lee County Schools will observe Spring Break next week, Monday, April 6 through Friday, April 10. During this time, there will be no online instruction for students. Online instruction will resume on Monday, April 13.

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  • Charter Supporting Schools, Students and Communities

    Lee County Schools families, we wanted to share the following information with you in case you may be in need of internet or WiFi services. Charter is now offering free access to internet and WiFi for 60 days for new grades Pre-K to 12, college student and teacher households who don't currently have internet or WiFi service. Click "Read More" below to learn more about Charter's offer.

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  • Lee County Schools Grading Guidance For Seniors

    On Friday, March 27, the State Board of Education provided grading options for virtual learning. At this time, we do not feel as if these guidelines are just and equitable for all students. In our attempts to be fair to all students, we will continue to provide virtual learning opportunities without recording grades. However, we are implementing the following in order to determine grades for this school year and a plan to continue the learning experience through May 15 — click "Read More" below for the full message regarding grading for seniors.

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  • Lee County Schools Grading Guidance for K-11

    On Friday, March 27, the State Board of Education provided grading options for virtual learning. At this time, we do not feel as if these guidelines are just and equitable for all students. In our attempts to be fair to all students, we will continue to provide virtual learning opportunities without recording grades. However, we are implementing the following in order to determine grades for this school year and a plan to continue the learning experience through May 15 — click "Read More" below for the full message regarding grades K-11.

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  • Lee County Schools Curriculum Boosters Website Now Active

    Lee County Schools has created an online menu of instructional activities for Pre-K through 12th grade. The site contains two weeks of lessons in core areas and AP courses for high school students. These activities are intended to supplement what a student may receive from their teacher. Students and parents will be contacted with information on how to access this site. Click "Read More" below to access the website.

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  • Lee County Schools Child Nutrition Hubs Are Expanding

    We are expanding! Lee County Schools is committed to feeding our students! Both breakfast and lunch can be picked up between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. at our Child Nutrition Hubs, or from 12noon to 12:30 p.m. at our LCS Lunch Box on Wheels locations on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Meals are free for those under the age of 18 years old.

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  • Lee County Schools Laptop Distribution Update

    At this time, we are not scheduling any additional laptop distributions for this week. So far, we have checked out 1,921 laptops. Our priority at the moment is ensuring all high school seniors have access to a computer in their home so they can complete their graduation requirements on-line.

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  • Lee County Schools Remote Work For Staff

    Lee County Schools is providing free resources to allow employees to fulfill the requirements of a staff workday while working remotely. These resources are meant to supplement any other school-related work being performed. We have created a website containing links to a number of online trainings - click "Read More" below to access the website.

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  • It's that time of year again!

    We are in the middle of the winter cold and flu season! Some schools are affected more than others right now, but PREVENTION is always best practice so that students and staff are not sick, missing school and work. Check out this article for some helpful reminders about how we can all stay well during these winter months (in English and Spanish)!

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