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  • A Message From The Superintendent: 10-15-21

    It is hard to believe that we’re already halfway through October. Thank you for making this school year such a success so far with your support and hard work to help students continue in-person learning.

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  • Lee County Schools Employees to Receive Bonus in November

    At their meeting on September 30, the Lee County Board of Education unanimously approved a Bonus Plan for all permanent full-time and part-time employees. The plan rewards both certified and classified employees for their hard work during the pandemic and dedication to the district. Employees must be employed as of November 15, 2021, to receive the bonus.

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  • Don’t Miss Your Opportunity for Additional Meal Assistance!

    Families eligible for free and reduced-price meals this school year could receive additional benefits over coming months if state or federal pandemic programs are extended. But a federal free and reduced-price meals application is required.

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  • LCS Teacher Office Hours for Quarantined Students

    To ensure quarantined students remain on track with assignments and curriculum being taught in schools, the district will begin to offer afternoon and evening virtual office hours starting on Monday, August 30. for grades K-12.

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  • 2020-21 Lee County Schools Teacher of the Year Dillon Crockett

    Congratulations to 2021-22 Lee County Schools Teacher of the Year Dillon Crockett! The science teacher at Southern Lee High School was honored for bringing passion to academic content and expanding opportunity for his students.

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  • SchoolCash Online — Register Now!

    Lee County Schools is now offering SchoolCash Online to our parents to make payments directly to their child's school's bank accounts. No more sending cash or checks to school with students for field trips, fundraisers and more! Click "Read More" below for additional details on SchoolCash and to create an account.

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    Lee County Schools Maintenance Department - 2000 Nash Street, Sanford, North Carolina 27330

    Sealed single prime Bids are being requested for the Girl’s Locker Room Facility - Southern Lee High School, including all civil, architectural, plumbing, mechanical, and electrical work and all accompanying incidental work required for the project.

    Bids will be received by at the Lee County Maintenance Department, 2000 Nash Street, Sanford, North Carolina. until 2:00 pm on October 21, 2021.

    Pdf’s of the Contract Documents may be obtained from Sherman Architecture PLLC, 2411 Lemon Springs Road, Sanford, North Carolina upon request. Contact Tim Sherman at tim@sherman-arch.com for drawings and specifications.

    A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held at the project site, Southern Lee High School, 2301 Tramway Road, Sanford, North Carolina on October 12, 2021, at 2:00 pm.

    PDF of Bid Announcement


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  • Feedback On School Re-Opening for 2021-2022 School Year

    Deadline: September 24, 2021

    Upon receiving ESSER III COVID relief funding from the Federal Government, school districts are required to post information regarding the reopening timeline of schools and seek feedback and suggestions as we look to the 2021-2022 school year.  Since March of 2020, Lee County Schools has worked diligently to continue the educational process while balancing the safety of our students and staff.  Listed below are the dates that students returned to in-person instruction during the 2020-2021 school year.  Students participated in virtual learning on dates not listed below. 

    October 5, 2020:  Pre-K-1 students returned 2 days per week

    October 12, 2020:  Grades 2-3 students returned 2 days per week

    October 19, 2020:  Grades 4-8 students returned 2 days per week

    October 26, 2020:  K-2 students returned 4 days per week

    February 22, 2021:  3rd grade students and 4-5 grade EC students returned 4 days per week

    March 1, 2021:  9-12 students returned 2 days per week

    April 6, 2021:  4-5 grade students returned 4 days per week

    April 12, 2021:  6-12 students returned 4 days per week

    With all suggested health and safety protocols in place, the district has successfully reopened for in-person learning five days per week.  In addition to providing our reopening timeline above, school districts are required to post this information and receive feedback from the community over the next several weeks.  If you have any comments or thoughts, you are encouraged to click on the link below to submit.  This link will remain active until September 24, 2021.   



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