As we head toward a three-day weekend, I hope everyone will take time to recharge. Our students and staff have been working diligently over the last week to keep in-person and remote learning on track. I am very proud of everyone’s accomplishments, especially with the challenging conditions we still face in this pandemic. Click "Read More" below to view the full message.
The Lee County Board of Education voted to continue operating under the current instructional plan for grades Pre-K - 12. The Board will continue to monitor COVID metrics in our community.
Tomorrow (1/6/21) and next Wednesday (1/13/21), our curbside pickup locations and LCS Lunch Box on Wheels buses will have hot lunches, as well as meal boxes. Be sure to stop by one of our schools or head to a bus stop!
If you or someone you know are interested in a custodial position at the elementary, middle or high school level, click "Read More" below for more information or to apply.
Did you know that free and reduced meal applications assist in so much more than just meals? Lee County School families can complete/update a free and reduced application anytime. Applying online is fast and secure at: www.lunchapplication.com!
As high school sports get underway this week with volleyball and cross country matches, Lee County Schools will comply with Governor Roy Cooper’s Executive Orders 169 regarding gatherings at indoor and outdoor athletic venues along with North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) guidelines. Click "Read More" below to purchase tickets for our high school sporting events.
Lee County Schools is now using Peachjar to send out flyers and important information via email, which means, no more papers getting lost on the way home! We launched Lee County Schools Peachjar on October 5, and parents and community partners can now sign up to receive flyers directly in their inboxes. Click "Read More" below to sign up!