Every month we will showcase one faculty member and one staff member voted on by their peers and one member of Faculty/Staff voted by our students as going ABOVE AND BEYOND their line of duty.
We will also showcase students who show PROUD PRIDE behaviors.
The Lee County Board of Education will not discriminate against anyone on the basis of sex in its educational programs or activities in admission to its educational programs or activities, or in employment policies and practices in accordance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Inquiries regarding compliance with Title IX may be directed to the Title IX coordinator or the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights. The Lee County Schools Title IX coordinator may be reached at (919) 774-6226.
We PROUDLY present West Lee’s 2022-2023 Teacher of the Year: Mrs. Donna Shea!
Mrs. Shea not only teaches her four classes of 6th grade students but has stepped up to provide instruction for 3 additional 6th grade math classes as well as one 7th grade math class. She cares deeply for her students and wants to not only see them succeed but teaches them content knowledge and life skills to be successful. Her work ethic and drive to continually learn and be the best teacher she can be are second to none! We are thrilled that Mrs. Shea has been chosen to represent the BEST of West!
Lee County Schools—Updated COVID-19 Guidelines
Based on recent changes to the StrongSchoolsNC toolkit that provides pandemic guidelines for schools, the Lee County Board of Education voted unanimously to make masks optional for students and staff beginning on Monday, February 21.
Because of federal requirements, all students and staff are still required to wear masks on buses.
Parents should keep their child at home if they are experiencing COVID-like symptoms and notify their school.
Parents should have conversations with their child about whether they should wear a mask while in school. We will not utilize permission forms.
Lee County Schools will no longer conduct individual contact tracing. We will use a group notification method (email, phone call, note or other appropriate forms of communication) for exposures utilizing groups such as classrooms, cafeterias, teams and buses.
Updated information can be found in the StrongSchoolsNC toolkit: https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/media/164/open
At West Lee Middle School, we value the relationships formed with our students' families. We are seeking to form a parent-led advisory board to help provide feedback about specific areas of need as well as be ambassadors of our school. We hope to build stronger connections with our families in order to better support our students and to further advance our mission and vision for all students to be successful in school and beyond. If you would like to be a part of a parent group dedicated to these goals, please complete the following form. Thank you for your partnership and support!
Click here to fill out the Parent Advisory Board Interest Form.
WLMS SGLA would like to thank everyone who donated canned goods to our Food Drive and clothing items for our Coats/Hats/Gloves Drive! We appreciate your support and efforts to help us help others in need!
Click the link below for COVID-19 Quarantine Information:
Lee County Schools will continue this year to use the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System (SSA-RS). This system teaches students, teachers, and administrators how to recognize warning signs and signals of individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others. SSA-RS encourages students to talk to a trusted adult or use the anonymous reporting system. If you have any questions, please contact the principal.
Say Something Anonymous reporting systems allows students, staff, parents and community members to anonymously report safety concerns to school administration. Please click HERE to submit a tip.
The LCS Curriculum Boosters website for Lee County Schools is now live!
Here is the website link:http://bit.ly/LCSCurricul
(The website is case sensitive.)
In collaboration with teachers throughout the district, this remote learning opportunity was developed to provide students and families access to quality learning experiences in the event of a school closure. The coursework on this site may be used to supplement assignments provided by individual teachers through various digital platforms such as Canvas, Google Classroom or a students' LCS GMail account. This does not take the place of assignments/activities provided by individual teachers for their students.
Our hope is to provide students, parents and our community with continued learning opportunities during this time of uncertainty. We will continue to update this site throughout the school closure and we encourage you to check back regularly.