Laptop Survey ~ Urgent
Please fill out this form by noon on Tuesday, August 11th so we can determine how many students need laptops.
Parents will need to complete one form for every child. Everyone needs to complete the survey to let us know if the student does or does not need a laptop and if they already have access to the internet.
Laptop Pickup Aug 12-14
Pickup is from 11 - 1 and 4 - 6 in the SLHS carpool line based on the student's last name.
A-G Wednesday, August 12
H-P Thursday, August 13
Q-Z Friday, August 14
You may fill out the following form and bring it with you or fill out the form when you arrive.
SLHS Virtual Learning Schedule
8:30-9:30 1st Block
9:45-10:45 2nd Block
12:30-1:30 3rd Block
1:45-2:45 4th Block
School starts Monday, August 17.
Check school email for google meet code from your teacher during the week of August 10-14.
Use this posted class schedule or CCCC class schedule.
Attendance and grades will count.
Laptop pickup is Aug. 12-14. Check schedule posted on our website.
Check PowerSchool for your schedule soon.
ESL Parent Night Meeting Held Online Aug 7 at 6 PM
Lee County Schools ESL department is hosting a parent information night about the upcoming school year. Please join us on Friday, August 7th at 6pm on Google Meet. This session will be delivered in Spanish and will explain Plan C Remote Learning plans, discuss how students and parents can get the most out of remote learning, and answer many questions that parents and students may be having about the beginning of this school year. You can find the joining information below. We look forward to seeing you on online or by phone on Friday at 6pm.
Meeting ID meet.google.com/xqx-vsoo-xhp
Phone Numbers (US)+1 317-763-2487 PIN: 654 184 773 #
El departamento de ESL de las Escuelas del Condado de Lee está organizando una noche de información para padres sobre el próximo año escolar. Únase a nosotros el viernes 7 de agosto a las 6 p.m. en Google Meet. Esta sesión se impartirá en español y explicará los planes de Aprendizaje remoto del Plan C, discutirá cómo los estudiantes y los padres pueden aprovechar al máximo el aprendizaje remoto y responderá muchas preguntas que los padres y los estudiantes pueden tener sobre el comienzo de este año escolar. Puede encontrar la información de unión a continuación. Esperamos verte el viernes a las 6pm.
ID de la reunión meet.google.com/xqx-vsoo-xhp
Números de teléfono (EE. UU.)+1 317-763-2487 PIN: 654 184 773 #
Stay connected by joining the the different classes at Southern Lee. Both students and their parents should join via remind with a cell phone or email address.
Seniors (12th) Text: @cav2021 To: 81010
or on a computer go to: rmd.at/cav2021
Juniors (11th) Text: @cav22 To: 81010
or on a computer go to: rmd.at/cav22
Sophomores (10th) Text: @2023cav To: 81010
or on a computer go to: rmd.at/2021cav
Freshman (9th) Text: @8h32f8 To: 81010
or on a computer go to: rmd.at/8h32f8
SANFORD — During a special called meeting on July 30, the Lee County Board of Education approved a plan to begin the 2020-2021 school year under Plan C – Remote Learning Only.
The district will open with remote-only learning for all students in grades K-12 for a six-week period beginning August 17. All-remote learning will be required for students, with daily attendance and graded work. The district’s goal is to transition back to full in-person teaching and learning as soon as it is safe to do so.
This decision to move from Plan B, a blended model of in-person and remote learning, was made based on the guidance the district has received from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the local health department.
Remote-only learning will be carried out across all grade levels. Students are expected to participate in virtual classes based on the guidelines set by each teacher. Remote learning expectations for instruction have been set for each grade level and can be found in Lee County Schools’ Remote Learning Plan (Section 3). Teachers will be remotely teaching from their classrooms and other appropriate locations, ensuring equity and fidelity for all students. Student attendance will be monitored and students will receive a report card at the end of the quarter.
The Inspired Virtual Academy, the choice school for remote learning, is being placed on hold until the district moves into either Plan B or Plan A. During Plan C, students will continue with their home school and will be assigned to a classroom within that school. Students who signed up for the academy will remain on the enrollment list and will be given an opportunity to change their decision as the district moves into Plan B or Plan A.
The following timeline will be followed but is subject to change based on the current conditions within the county and the state. In like manner, the governor can at any time change the phase of reopening or closing for the state.
To help ensure students can fully engage in remote learning, the district will provide laptops for those in grades 3-12 who do not have reliable access to a computer at home. Parents will be required to sign a laptop user contract and will be responsible for damages incurred during the school year. Parents must be present to pick-up a laptop for their child. Schools will contact parents with specific details regarding pick-ups which will be held during the week of August 17-21.
The district will work with families who do not have reliable internet access at home. Wi-Fi hot spots are available in the parking lots of each school throughout the county. As needed, the district will provide Wi-Fi connectivity devices for students to use in their homes. Families will be contacted during the first week of school to gather connectivity information.
Although students will be engaged in remote learning in the short term, the district will continue refining the plan for welcoming back students into its buildings once it is safe to do so.
View Lee County School's home page for the most current information.
Conditioning for Fall Sports and Band Camp Delayed
July 16, 2020:
As we continue to monitor the trends regarding COVID-19, Lee County Schools is delaying both voluntary conditioning for fall sports and band camp until further notice. Yesterday the N.C. High School Athletic Association announced it would delay the start of high school practice until at least Sept. 1.
We will continue to follow the guidance of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and the Lee County Health Department as we work to safely resume these activities. We will keep you updated.
On June 1, the 2020-2021 traditional school calendar was changed. The first day of school for students is now Monday, August 17th. Students are starting back 1 week early. Please share this as medical appointments, vacations and back to school preparation may need to be adjusted.
The last day of school is now Friday, May 28, 2021. Students are out of school before Memorial Day.
Click the REGISTRATION PAGE to review courses, description and prerequisites. Typically, students will register for 8 courses and will also select 6 alternates. There are quite a few new courses being offered at Southern Lee.
Parents, guardians and students should discuss the options available and identify the classes they wish to enroll in.