"Be CALM" Program Information
All 9th graders in AVID classes at LEC will receive instruction in the Be CALM Connections curriculum as part of the standard course of study. This will involve 16 lessons delivered between October and February by each student's AVID teacher with support from a school mental health consultant.
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LEC Lunch Form
If you would like a free lunch at LEC, please fill out this form before 10 am. You need to fill out the form each day that you are requesting a lunch.
Here is the menu for September: September Lunch Menu
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Governor Cooper, in partnership with the NC Community College System and the State Education Assistance Authority, has announced the creation of the Longleaf Commitment Grant program.
This grant program will allow eligible 2021 high school graduates the opportunity to apply for a grant that covers tuition and fees at any of North Carolina's 58 community colleges for up to two years.
Eligibility requirements from 2021 high schools seniors:
The three steps high school graduates need to complete to get started:
For more information or to submit a question about the North Carolina Longleaf Commitment Grant, please click here.
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Covid-19 ResourcesNC Dept. of Health and Human Services: Up to date information and resourceshttps://www.ncdhhs.gov/
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Coping in Hard Times Fact Sheet for Youth & College-Agedhttps://www.nctsn.org/sites/
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Coping in Hard Times Fact Sheet for ParentsSupporting Families during Covid-19