Twice a year, once in the spring and once in the fall, art students from Lee County High School get a chance to become art instructors at Floyd L. Knight School On “Arts Day”, members of the Yellow Jacket National Arts Honor Society (NAHS) bring art projects to the special needs student population at Floyd Knight.
The project consists of the athletic track and two other areas for upgrades at Lee County High School (Sanford, North Carolina). Work components include; (1) demolition and replacement of the existing running track; (2) furnish, place, and compact six inches of ABC stone base course; and (3) furnish, place, and compact two inches of 9.5A asphalt.
For a few hours in late October, Tramway fifth grader Levi Davis put on a costume, changed his name to Edgar Allan Poe, and recited to anybody who asked the historical details of Poe’s life and work.
Angela Colvin, assistant principal at Southern Lee High School, was recently named the district’s 2017-18 Assistant Principal of the Year.
The SanLee Middle School counseling department is hosting a speaker from the North Carolina Department of Justice on Dec. 13 at 5:30 p.m. to talk with parents about social media safety for students.
For the average high school student interested in video game design, music production, or film and video production, visualizing the pathway to a career in one of those fields might be just a little difficult at best. But students at SLHS got an up-close look on Tuesday at what those careers actually look like.