• Say Something Anonymous Reporting System

    Say Something Anonymous reporting systems allow students, staff, parents and community members to anonymously report safety concerns to school administration. Please click here to submit a tip.

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SanLee Info

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    2309 Tramway Road
    Sanford, NC 27332 
     919.708.7227 (p)
     919.888.4426 (f) 
    Doors Open at 7:00 a.m.
    Tardy Bell: 7:40 a.m.
    Dismissal: 2:30 p.m.


    SanLee Middle School's phones are answered Monday-Friday 8am-4pm. 919-708-7227


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Legal Notifications

School Announcements

  • Please do not forget that tomorrow is a teacher workday.  We hope students enjoy the day off!  


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  • Mark your calendar!  Here are the EOC testing dates.   If you have any questions or concerns about the NC End-of-Grade Tests, then please contact Christina Reed.  


    Testing Dates

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  • We will have an ESL parent night on May 17, 2022 at 5:30 PM.  

    ESL Parent Night
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  • There will be an information session for the Semillas Summer Camp next week!  

    Semillas is Somos Carolina's summer camp for Latine/Hispanic students hosted July 11-30, 2022 in Cary, NC. During Semillas, students will receive education, high-touch support, and accountability to affirm and nurture their identities and leadership as students prepare for college. 

    This program is 100% free but there are limited spots and registration is first-come, first-serve. Families can secure a spot for their child by registering for an intro call at bit.ly/semillasintro. Additionally, community members and school staff can nominate students at bit.ly/semillasnominate.
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  • Families, if you would like to help celebrate our 8th graders, then please send the following to school.  

    8th grade luau

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  • Are you a grandparent taking care of your grandchildren?  Then you can attend this support group every 4th Friday of each month.  


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    Stay in the loop by joining SanLee’s Remind! Receive text updates about buses, progress reports, and important announcements.

    Text 81010, and put @slmsparent in your message.

    ¡Manténgase informado uniéndose a SanLee’s Remind! Reciba actualizaciones de texto sobre autobuses, informes de progreso y anuncios importantes. Envíe un mensaje de texto al 81010 y ponga @slmsparent en su mensaje.





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  • Covid Rules for Schools 

    Please read over this document regarding COVID Rules for Schools.  If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out.  


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  • Bus Information


    Please use this link to know the range of times for morning pickups, main roads/community stops, etc. for SanLee Buses. Also, please join your bus Remind group to get updates on delays, changes, etc. Remember, Monday will be the most traffic on the road in 18 months. Be careful, Stallions. Masks are required at all times on all buses. Do not ride the bus or come to school if you or someone in your home is sick or waiting on a Covid test.

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  • 2021-2022 Supply List

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  • Spanish Immunizations

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  • Immunization Information

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  • stay safe

    Students need to stay home if they:
    • are not feeling well 
    • have an uncontrollable cough, difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, vomiting or diarrhea, new loss of taste or smell
    • have two or more of the following symptoms; runny nose/congestion, chills/shaking/shivering,  nausea, headache, fatigue.
    • or anyone in their household are running a temperature above 99.9
    • or anyone in their household have been diagnosed with COVID
    • or anyone in their household are awaiting a COVID-19 test result
    • have been asked to isolate or quarentine by the health department or health care provider

    Call the school to report what’s going on (919-708-7227)

    Students can always login to classes remotely if they feel up to it or watch the uploaded videos and complete assignments as soon as they are feeling better. 
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