Lee County Schools

Achieving Excellence

What's Happening in Lee County Schools

  • INSPIRED. The Next Steps

    Katie Basinger graduated from Lee County High School in 2009, but she still hasn't stopped going to school. The Sanford native is currently pursuing a doctorate in industrial systems and engineering from N.C. State University after earning bachelor's and master's degrees in related fields. Basinger said her experience with Lee County Schools, particularly at Lee County High School, was instrumental in preparing her for the course she's on academically and professionally.

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  • At FLK bus safety comes first

    Student safety is always a top priority in all Lee County schools, and through preparation, safety plans and drills, students and staff are ready for any emergency situation.

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  • Rescheduled LCHS powder puff game for cancer

    As the weather gets cooler, school spirit grows stronger, especially during homecoming week in which students participate in fun activities, including powder puff football.

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  • Additional Kaleidoscope/Washington Trip Parent Information Meeting Oct. 20

    For those who were not able to attend the rescheduled AIG fifth grade parent information meeting on Kaleidoscope and the Washington, D.C. trip Oct. 17, there will be another opportunity to ask questions and receive important information.

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  • INSPIRED. A Day with the Panthers

    For die-hard fans of the Carolina Panthers, the Sept. 25 loss to the Minnesota Vikings came as a disappointment. But for four fifth graders at B.T. Bullock Elementary, the game was a dream come true.

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  • INSPIRED. Teachers at their Best

    DeShanta Prince, Whitney Testa and Wendy Bryant-Motley didn't get into teaching for the accolades. But accolades found all three of them anyway – each of the Lee County teachers was recently honored by their peers in their respective fields.

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  • Sometimes kids need to just stay home

    It’s getting to be that time of year again when many come down with some sort of sickness. Rather than sticking it out and sending kids to school sick, there are many instances when a child should not go in.

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  • A day in the lives of J. Glenn Edwards students

    Students at J. Glenn Edwards Elementary enjoyed various activities, as well as casual clothing, on their most recent College T-shirt day.

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  • FAFSA Updates

    Attention seniors and parents! There are a couple changes regarding FAFSA this year, including early filing. Instead of waiting until Jan. 1, 2017 to fill out the FAFSA, it can now be completed and submitted as early as Oct. 1. The earlier submission date will be a permanent change beginning this year.

    For those with questions, or needing one-on-one assistance, head to Central Carolina Community College Oct. 29 for FAFSA Day. More information can be found online at www.CFNC.org/FAFSAday, or by calling 866-866-CFNC.

    School counselors are also available to answer questions throughout the year.

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