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  • Prom Court Nominations are now live!  Go to your

    Canvas Class of 2019 or Class of 2020 to

    nominate your classmates to be on the prom court!

       Nominations end on Wednesday at 3:30 pm 

     

    Prom Court

     


    Congratulations to Melanie Ayala-Hernanadez, Ashley Inman, Max Phillips, and Ally Thellman whose artwork has been selected to be displayed in the High Point University's 2019 Emerging Artists Invitational Exhibition.  Over 200 entries were submitted and only 54 were selected so this is a great honor and accomplishment!  #jacketpride

    Human Effect      Delmar, Pete and Everett

    Sage Laruto       Cherry Blossom View  


    Priscilla Anne Edwards

    Proceeds from this event will be donated to the Priscilla Anne Edwards Endowment Fund which provides annual scholarships to qualifying LCHS female athletes.

    GO JACKETS!

     

     


     On Friday, March 29th, the Junior ROTC Department

    hosted their annual Military Ball at the

    Carolina Trace Country Club, thanks to

    a generous grant from

    Central Electric Member Corporation's

    Operation Round Up Program  

    Students were able to practice and celebrate formal military customs and courtesies as well as appreciate an evening of team building with their peers.

    Military ball 1

    Military ball 2

    Military Ball 3

     


    SGA is sponsoring a Spirit Week April 8th - 12th.

    We will be playing SLHS in several sports and

    having the pep rally so

    Get In The Jacket Spirit!

    Spirit Week 2019


    LCHS senior Brandon Pedraza-Ramirez was part of an article featured in the STEM insert in today's copy of USA Today! Below is a link to the online article. 

    Lenovo

    http://www.educationandcareernews.com/sponsored/how-tech-partnerships-can-bring-stem-education-to-underserved-classrooms

     


    Attention Students!!! 

    Are you 16 Years Old?!?!!? 

    Be sure to REGISTER to VOTE!

    Voter Registration

     

     


    Sound of Music

     


     

    Theatre Workshop  

    High School students will present workshops for students from grades 2-8. Workshops will include Singing, Dancing, Improvisation, and Reading from a script. Students will be broken into groups based on age level (2nd and 3rd graders, for example, will not be in groups with 7th or 8th graders.)

    When? Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 10:00-4:00

    Where? McLeod Auditorium , Lee County High School

    How much? $25.00 which includes pizza, drinks, and snacks

    How? 1)  You may reserve a spot by emailing Ron Coley at rcoley.ls@lee.k12.nc.us with the name and grade of the student.   2) You may also mail in a check by May 6 to: Lee County High School, Attn: Ron Coley, 1708 Nash St, Sanford, NC 27330

    If you reserve without payment, you must be here at 9:30 on the day of the event. If you pay in advance, the attendee simply picks up the nametag when they arrive and their spot will be held no matter what. If you do not pay in advance and we fill up, reservations, will only hold the spot till 9:45. At 9:45, we will open open to students without reservations.

    The schedule will be as follows:

    Students will be sorted into groups according to grade level on the morning of the event. Snacks will also be available throughout the day.

    Students will be given a schedule for the day upon arrival

    3:30 - 4:00 Parents are invited to join us for a brief presentation from the day’s work.

     


    A GREAT TIME WAS HAD BY ALL!

    Winter Formal Pictures

     

    Click HERE to view photos

     

     

     

     

    Volleyball Camp

    For more informatin contact Coach Cindy Kelly

     

     


     

    Tutoring

      


     

     

    Tyler Profio Congratulations go out to Lee County High School Senior Tyler Profio, as she recently received an appointment to attend the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland as a member of the class of 2023.  Congressman Mark Walker (NC - 6th District) called Tyler personally to deliver the great news. Tyler's appointment is a direct reflection of her stalwart commitment to perpetual excellence in her academic and athletic pursuits as well as her unending desire to serve others.  Her selection for attendance to the Naval Academy was from a highly competitive pool of high school students from across the country and reflects great credit on her, as well as Lee County High School.

    Way to go Tyler!

     


     

    Katie Eddings

    2019 North Central Region

    Teacher of the Year

    Eddings NC Region TOY

    Click Here to watch Ms. Edding

    receive her award!

    Congratulations EDDINGS!

    #jacketpride

      
     


     

    AVID Gives

    LCHS AVID students raise $2,000 to support Central Carolina Hospital Auxiliary Breast Cancer Comfort Fund!

     


     

     
     
    Order Diploma

     

    1.       Log into your PowerSchool student portal account

    2.       Select Ecollect Forms on the left hand side

    3.       Click on the Diploma Name Verification form

    4.       Answer Yes or No to if your name is spelled correctly or not

    5.       Click the blue submit button at the bottom of the screen. Please note, the green save button will not submit your answer. You must use the blue submit button.

       

     

     

     Order your Yearbook TODAY!

    Yearbook 2018

    Click Here to Order a Yearbook!

     

    Buy Yearbook Ads to Honor your Senior!

    Ad 2018

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    Code of Conduct

    Click Here to Access the LCS Student Code of Conduct

     

    Click Here to Access the LCS Student Code of Conduct in Spanish

     

      


     

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