What's Happening in Lee County Schools

  • A Message From The Superintendent – 10-30-20

    For the first time since this pandemic began, our Kindergarten through second-grade students had the option of attending in-person class for four days this week, and from all reports it has been a great success. Everything remains a challenge, but we have had a strong week thanks to the effort and support of everyone — including our teachers, staff, students and parents. Click "Read More" below to view the full message.

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  • 2020-2021 Principal of the Year, Lisa Duffey

    It’s not every day a principal walks out of her school to a crowd of chanting and cheering staff, even during a normal, non-pandemic school year. When J.R. Ingram, Jr. Elementary School’s principal, Lisa Duffey, stepped outside of the building on October 19 after school had ended for the day, she certainly didn’t expect to be thrust into the spotlight.

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  • Five-Day Meal Boxes

    We wanted to let our families know that any households with students, virtually or attending in person, can come to one of our Wednesday distribution pickup locations at 8-9 a.m. or 11 a.m.-1 p.m. to pick up a five-day meal box. Click "Read More" below to view pickup dates and locations.

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  • High Schools to Remain Under Plan C Through First Semester

    At the regularly scheduled Lee County Board of Education meeting on October 13, 2020, the Board voted unanimously for high schools to remain in Plan C – all remote learning – through the end of first semester. The Board will continue to discuss a Plan B option for high schools for the second semester and will consider a return to in-person learning at a later date.

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  • Lee County Schools Peachjar Digital Delivery Now Available

    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!

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  • Lee County Schools Launches COVID-19 Dashboard

    With students beginning to return to school, Lee County Schools has launched a COVID-19 Dashboard. The goal of the dashboard is to give the community information about the impact of COVID-19 on the school district by providing data on the positive cases and quarantines for students and staff. Click "Read More" below to access the dashboard.

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  • Lee County Schools buses back on Monday

    Many of Lee County Schools kindergarten and first graders will be back in elementary school buildings on October 5, and taking the school bus to get there. Please help the district in keeping students safe when riding to and from school, and be especially careful and patient when buses are on the roads. Click "Read More" to view the full message.

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  • SLHS demonstrates that “the show must go online”

    COVID-19 may have forced Lee County Schools to shut down, but that didn’t mean teachers’ creativity did. The Southern Lee High arts department teachers really thought outside the box…ed-shaped computer screen to “create as much of a ‘normal’ setting for our students." Click "Read More" below to view the full story.

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