What's Happening in Lee County Schools

  • INSPIRED. FINDING HER PLACE: Beginning Teacher of the Year, Morgan Carlyle

    As recently as a few years ago, Morgan Carlyle never really expected that she'd be a teacher. When that changed, she figured she'd teach either at the elementary or high school level. Definitely not middle school. When that changed, she dove right in. A little more than a year later, another thing Carlyle never expected happened: She was named Lee County Schools' beginning teacher of the year.

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  • INSPIRED. Southern Lee High And Moldova, Learning From Each Other

    When Southern Lee High history teacher Amber Burns told her colleagues that she was going to spend part of her summer in Moldova, many of them cringed a little when they asked her just where that was. “I didn't judge too much,” Burns explained with a laugh. “Moldova is a very young country and a very small country.” Burns said that as the 2018-19 school year was winding up, she began looking for professional development opportunities, which ended up leading her across the ocean and to Moldova.

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  • INSPIRED. Welcome Back to the Lee County Schools Family, W.B. Wicker

    W.B. Wicker Elementary — which once housed elementary, middle and high school students back in the late 20s until the 90s, then Central Carolina Community College students from 2006-2018 — has rejoined the Lee County Schools family and is off to a great start.

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